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Garmin Fenix 3 Sapphire HR GPS Multisport Watch with Outdoor Navigation and Wrist Based Heart Rate

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  • Elevate wrist heart rate technology measures heart rate at the wrist
  • Stainless Steel EXO antenna with GPS and GLONASS support for fast fix and accuracy
  • Outdoor navigation features: 3-axis compass, altimeter and barometer, TracBack and Sight' n Go
  • Advanced fitness training features including VO2 Max and Recovery Advisor with optional HRM-Run
  • Smart Notifications and Connect IQ App support for further customisation

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Colour Name: Black | Style Name: Wrist Based Heart Rate

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Colour: Black | Style: Wrist Based Heart Rate
  • Product Dimensions: 1.5 x 5.1 x 5.1 cm ; 91 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 399 g
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  • Batteries 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: 010-01338-71
  • ASIN: B016YQ8G5O
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 23 Feb. 2016
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (380 customer reviews)
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Colour Name:Black  |  Style Name:Wrist Based Heart Rate

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Fenix 3 Sapphire HR GPS multisport watch combines advanced fitness training, outdoor navigation and good features in a distinctive athletic design. The protective metal bezel with integrated EXO antenna provides enhanced positioning through GPS and GLONASS reception. It features a scratch-resistant domed sapphire lens and 1.2-inch sunlight readable colour display. It supports a variety of activities with dedicated profiles like trail running, cycling, swimming, climbing, skiing, golfing, rowing and many more. Adding Elevate wrist heart rate to this powerful watch makes it ready for action and competition at any time. For everyday use, take advantage of the integrated activity tracker or customise your watch by downloading free watch faces, apps and widgets from the Connect IQ store.

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fenix 3 Sapphire HR with black silicone watch band
USB/charger cable
AC adaptor

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Style: Wrist Based Heart Rate and HRM-Run Chest StrapColour: Grey
After having used Fitbits and tried Apple Watch I became gradually frustrated about the battery life. I also wanted something more, a watch that felt like one and would provide me with statistics across the many activities I do.

In the end I went for the the Garmin Fenix 3 HR with the strap. A was tempted to go with the normal Fenix 3 but I wanted my heart rate to be recorded 24/7. Another added bonus of the HR version is they come standard with sapphire glass.

In the box you get the watch, the manual, power plug with a usb cabled charging dock, HRM-RUN strap with an a extension strap.
When you first turn it on you need to setup your profile on the watch, download the app on android/iOS/Windows, configure the pairing between the watch and phone. This in all takes about 15 minutes and to be honest was easy to do.
After the setup navigation is done via 4 buttons. Two on the bottom left act as a settings access, widget and menu scrolling buttons. The top right acts as the activity selection/select button. The bottom right for going back.

The main features that impress are:
24/7 heart rate logging
Sleep analysis
Running dynamics
Ambient temperature sensor
Smartphone notifications (including call answering and reject)
Developer driven watch faces and widgets
Battery life of upto 6 weeks on a single charge (wow)
Display is always on
Find My Phone
To many more to list...

Although this is an awesome watch I do have some niggles with it.
Indoors at night the display is not easily readable unless you have the backlight on.
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Style: Without Heart Rate MonitorColour: Grey Verified Purchase
Update March 2017:

Garmin seemed to change changed via the firmware the GPS track accuracy. Its now better!

I walk along the same lane to get to the moors - so can easily look back and check accuracy.

And whereas before in Garmin connect it showed me walking at times in the field and not the road it now shows me walking on the road - as it should.

I guess a firmware update has improved the track algorithm quite significantly!

***** Original Review ****
I "upgraded" to this from a Suunto Ambit 3 Peak.

I use the watches mostly for hiking outdoors on Dartmoor, Snowdonia and the Brecon Beacons. And for in the gym when on the indoor rower, bike or cross trainer.

It didn't start well. The first Garmin Fenix 3 watch I got wouldn't charge up - despite my many attempts.

That went back and the 2nd one thankfully worked ok!

I've had a few minor glitches - for example Garmin Connect wouldn't let me download an App because I had software version 7.3 - but in fact both the watch and Garmin Express reported it as firmware 7.6

Anyway that has now resolved itself.

With these bugs out of the way the Garmin has proved very reliable - just one freeze up after I uploaded a course via Garmin Basecamp. Holding down the backlight button for 20 seconds forced a soft reset and sorted out the issue. Still not as reliable as the Suunto Ambit3 which I don't remember ever crashing.

Comparing the Suunto and Garmin its very obvious the Suunto has a more accurate GPS. Looking at the satellite images the Suunto more closely sticks to the actual path. The actual difference in distance length was actually small though - around 1% which is nothing. Suunto said I did a 7.
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Style: With Heart Rate MonitorColour: Grey
I've had this for about six months, so in a good position to attest to its long term usability. Quite simply this is the best fitness watch there is, or at least it is difficult to see how it could be improved, although Garmin regularly pushes through updates that don't seem to make much difference. The emphasis is very much on activities, whether it be walking, hiking, running, swimming, triathlon and any number of others. I tend to use it only for walking, hiking, swimming and cycling, non competitively I might add. For these activities it really is first class, as it includes all the navigational tools you could possibly want: altimeter, compass, GPS (and/or Glonass) tracking, heart rate monitoring (with an external chest strap), all of which seem to be extremely accurate, though you need to calibrate the altimeter before setting off. There is also the possibility of downloading gpx route files, which can then be followed very easily (even though there is no mapping software of any kind). After completing the activity everything is seamlessly uploaded to the Garmin Connect website whence it can be shared with other apps, in particular Strava. From the aesthetic point of view this is a big and I mean big watch but for all that it looks pretty cool and is very comfortable to wear. You might not want to sleep with it on though! The display is good (always on) but some watch faces look slightly washed out. Of course when outside the display becomes better as it is a transflective one. The battery life is superb, lasting at least a week, even with regular use of the GPS. On the subject of GPS there have been complaints about its inaccuracy. However, this seems to be a problem only when "smart" GPS tracking is used.Read more ›
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Colour Name: Black | Style Name: Wrist Based Heart Rate