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Garmin Fenix GPS Multisport Watch with Outdoor Navigation and Heart Rate Monitor

by Garmin
24 customer reviews

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  • GPS Multisport watch with comprehensive fitness and navigation capabilities for demanding athletics and outdoor adventurers
  • Includes premium heart rate monitor which provides detailed performance data
  • Rugged, stylish and waterproof to 50 m, with altimeter, barometer, 3-axis electronic compass and temperature sensor
  • Use ANT+ and Bluetooth connectivity to wirelessly share tracks, waypoints, routes, and more with other compatible Garmin devices or upload data to Garmin Connect via your smartphone
  • Rechargeable lithium-ion battery with up to 50 hours (depending on settings) in GPS mode and up to 5 weeks in watch mode

Product details

Style Name: With Heart Rate Monitor
  • Product Dimensions: 1.7 x 4.9 x 4.9 cm ; 82 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 581 g
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: Fenix Performer Bundle
  • ASIN: B009SLDTG4
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 20 Nov. 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 69,302 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

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Product Description

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Product Description

Garmin fenix

Garmin fenix is the first GPS navigator + ABC (Altimeter, Barometer & Compass) wristwatch to include comprehensive Garmin GPS navigation. Developed together with professional mountain guides and designed for the serious expeditionist and outdoor enthusiast, fenix is the hands-free outdoor navigation tool that guides you with confidence through demanding mountain environments, allowing you to make your own way to the summit and back to the safety of a mountain shelter. With self-calibrating ABC sensors and Garmin quality navigation features such as TracBack it provides a new standard for navigation in mountain environments.

You can create and follow routes and mark up to 1,000 waypoints which you can navigate with ease. In addition fenix can store up to 10,000 track points. You can also share data wirelessly with other compatible Garmin GPS units and smartphones. Naturally, as a navigating GPS+ABC watch, it also includes altimeter, barometer, 3-axis electronic compass and temperature sensor. Rugged, stylish and waterproof to 50m it's as comfortable for everyday wear in the inner city as it is off the beaten path, conquering mountains or having great adventures.

Navigation by Garmin

fenix: Navigate with fenix
fenix: Navigate with fenix

fenix tracks where you have been, but it can also guide you into the wilderness and, more importantly, guide you back out again.

It records a track log, creating a GPS 'bread crumb trail' as you move. It also allows you to mark waypoints, such as your vehicle location, safety shelter, great viewpoints and other POIs (points of interest). With fenix, you can create and follow routes, mark up to 1,000 waypoints and store up to 10,000 track points. You even can create your trip data on BaseCamp, the free desktop trip-planning software from Garmin. Plan your trip at home, download all data to fenix and follow the navigation arrow to waypoints or the clearly visible track line to your destination. Use TracBack to show you the way home.

fenix: Know exactly where you are
fenix: Know exactly where you are

Wristwatch Convenience

The fenix is also a highly accurate timepiece that can be worn every day. It includes settings for alarms, chimes and vibration alerts. It also functions as a timer, stopwatch and world clock.

Altimeter

fenix has a built-in barometric altimeter that provides accurate elevation information along your way. This enables you to keep track of your ascent and descent, so you always know how high you climb from base to summit. With automatic calibration, altimeter accuracy is improved thanks to fenix continuously monitoring and recalibrating the sensor. So you will always know how far you have to climb until you reach your destination.

Barometer

The built-in barometer can help you monitor and predict weather changes by showing you short-term changes in the barometric air pressure. As an example, if the barometric pressure begins a steady decline, this is an indication for an impending storm.

fenix: With a built-in barometer
fenix: With a built-in barometer

Compass

fenix includes a 3-axis electronic compass that keeps your bearing in any position and also whether you're moving or not. Sight a bearing and be confident fenix will keep you headed toward your goal. The compass sensor can alternatively be set to automatic calibration ensuring you always hit your destination point.

Performance

Similar to Garmin's GPS running watches, fenix provides comprehensive real-time performance monitoring for athletes such as trail runners and ski mountaineers. With lap and autolap function and important performance data e.g. distance, vertical speed and pace, ambitious mountaineers can keep track of their progress during their outdoor training or other fitness activities. fenix is also compatible with Garmin's optional premium heart rate monitor for heart rate information or with a speed/cadence sensor for distance, speed and cadence while on a bike. All displayed data fields are fully customisable right off the wrist.

Accurate Temperature / tempe

You can gain insight into temperature trends from the built-in temperature sensor. Tempe is Garmin's ANT+ temperature sensor which gives you precise ambient temperature reading without influence of body temperature. Knowing how rapidly the temperature is rising or falling can help you determine clothing and shelter needs, and whether it's time to turn back.

Wireless Unit-to-unit Communication

You can easily share tracks, waypoints, routes and paperless geocaches wirelessly with other compatible Garmin GPS units and smartphones*. fenix is equipped with both ANT+ capabilities and Bluetooth technology.

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With Heart Rate Monitor

With Heart Rate Monitor

With Heart Rate Monitor

With Heart Rate Monitor

With Heart Rate Monitor
Watch function (time & date)
Non Negative Display (black text on a white background)
Running Efficiency Metrics (including VO2 Max Estimate, Race Predictor, Training effect and Recovery Advisor)
Barometric altimeter
Pace Alert
Multisport mode (Run, Cycle and Swim)
Swim Metrics (stroke count, intervals, distance, pace and time)
Vibration alert
Downloadable Training Plans/Advanced workouts
Virtual Partner
Virtual Racer
Powermeter compatibility
LiveTrack
Smart Notifications (Incoming call/text alerts)
Wireless uploads to Garmin Connect
Battery life Watch mode (weeks)/Training mode (hours) N/A/20 hours N/A/20 hours 6 weeks/50 hours 5 weeks/50 hours 5 weeks/50 hours

Box Contains

Fenix outdoor GPS watch
Premium heart rate monitor
Interchangeable orange and black bands
Screws/torx tool
USB/charger cable
AC adapter with plug
Quickstart guide

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

3.7 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Chris on 4 Jan. 2013
Style Name: With Heart Rate Monitor
The Garmin Fenix is truly a swiss army knife among watches. By this I mean it has a myriad of functions and uses, but at the same time it doesn't exactly specialise in any. As there is so much to cover, I'll try to break the review into sections. I'm also likely to update the review as I use my Fenix more and discover new and hidden features.

STYLE & DESIGN
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It's certainly a chunky watch. Pictures I've seen on the internet tend to give it a slightly more stylish appearance than in the flesh. It has a plasticy feel to it, and not the rubbery, durable kind of plastic found on Garmins other watches like the Forerunner 410. As such I recommend looking at the Fenix in a shop first. GoOutdoors and Cotswolds Outdoors both stock the Fenix. The only other watch currently available with a similar range of features is the Suunto Ambit + HR, which looks a bit more stylish in my humble opinion.

The Fenix Performance bundle comes with an additional Orange wrist strap. It's not a different size or anything, just a different colour. A nice addition, especially when considering the wide strap size which could make it difficult to find an alternative/replacement strap. Thankfully the Garmin straps are a soft rubber which is surprisingly quite comfortable on the wrist.

The Watch features 5 buttons around the bezel. It doesn't take long to get used to operating it using these. The buttons have short and long press functions (such as "back" also returning to the main menu, or "select" doubling up as a "mark waypoint" button.

FUNCTIONS
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As mentioned at the start, the watch is a jack-of-all trades.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Andrew on 16 April 2014
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A somewhat bulky but light good all-rounder. As a watch it provides a lot of useful functionality and can be utilised for a raft of different activities. Although not really a fashion statement (unless "big" is your thing) it can be worn as a main watch - battery life is pretty good when not using GPS, recharging via a USB cable, probably once every four to five weeks based on my experience. More frequently if GPS is used a lot.

If you're looking for an "activity" watch and you like hiking, running, biking and other outdoor activities - this is where the watch comes into its own - providing pretty much all you might need using various "profiles". It claims water resistance to 50M - so you can also take it sailing, kayaking and out on very rainy days.

The Fenix provides a lot of basic measurement information:-
> Time
> GPS
> Elevation
> Barometric air pressure
> Compass

This is certainly a watch you could use for weekend activities such as hikes and bike rides, although heavy use of GPS will impact battery life significantly.

[Profiles]
The Fenix can be set to different “profiles” depending on activity. For example, hiking, running, mountain biking, geocaching. In addition to those provided you can create your own custom profiles.
A profile provides data fields/screens, relevant to an activity – organised by screen pages.
The Running profile provides screens very similar to those of the Garmin Forerunner 410 I use for running. In fact, the Fenix could easily replace that as it actually provides more.

[External Sensors]
Connectivity to external sensors is provided via the Garmin Ant+ sensor.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A. J. Sudworth VINE VOICE on 14 April 2014
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Douglas Adam's once wrote that 'people still thought digital watches were a neat idea' - well, if they did this would be the watch to convince doubters I think.
Why? it looks excellent - I now use it as my everyday watch and the battery life means that I run most days using the GPS and it still only needs charging once a week. And there is a neat alarm that will warn you when it does need charging as well - and you can set what level you get the warning. It has a alarm function and its a little thing but you can set a weekday alarm and not have to reset for the weekend.
Its really straight forward to set up and there is a quick start booklet with it (the ful manual is a download) - my arrived about 75% charged already so it really was 'out of the box' - the charger itself is unique making a cradle to charge the watch - a micro USB might have been simpler given that phones use them but a minor point - it will at least charge from a PC which is useful
Main function is on a big orange button or there is a simple forward scroll from the main page direct into the compass . then altimeter and barometer in succession. Again , minor gripe, the temparature reading is affected by body warmth - but you can buy a seperate sensor (or take the watch off for 30 minutes)
Top left is a simple backlight button and just watch pressing that for too long as it also doubles up as the reset button - bit disconcerting that the first time you do it ..
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