Garmin Fenix 6

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  • Great for running
  • Good battery life
  • Easy to use and navigate
  • Screen is large and easy to read
  • Comes with a variety of different features


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Great watch but miss things from older model
Changed my rating from 4 to 5 stars because I have been able to make actionable tweaks on my daily life based on the new information collected by the F6x during activities and sleeping. Plus, the GPS gets a lock super fast when outside. It is truly a great watch and while I do miss some things from ...
3 years ago
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For those of you who wear a fancy watch, what are the benefits?
I bought the Garmin Fenix 6 last year about 9 months ago I reckon. What it did for me was quantify my training into something I could track better than any app I already had because now I have heartbeat data. Watching myself improve over the last 9 months gradually with numbers getting better was such a boon to keeping me motivated. Also knowing what HR zone I was in really took away any anxiety I had when I was less in shape.
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I wish i can afford to buy another one! Its amazing
Wow.. came from an Apple watch series 4 and this is amazing. Then again they both have their purposes. This watch has held up fine for the past 2 months in Iraq. Solid watch with great battery life, build quality, durability, reliability, packed with useful features etc. i would buy another one just...
3 years ago
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The Apple Watch activity feature is like
I actually find the iWatch targets way easier than my previous Garmin Fenix. Garmin is oh you walked 20km today? Let’s do a marathon tomorrow oh and drink 8liters of water for 4 hours!
I started with a Fitbit Charge 4 that I used for a while and then moved to an Amazfit T-Rex Pro. The Amazfit was really nice, but it would not control music and a workout at the same time. It was a decent watch, but I needed a more serious smart watch and I am not a fan of the Apple Watch. I settled...
10 months ago
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Smart Watch
I second Garmin Fenix. I have a Fenix 5 and it does everything I could want. Great for Tri’s but also has everything I would want for skiing, hiking, etc. plus the general health tracking stats are interesting if your into that.
Not worth the money.
So first off, I will say that my review is based on the $800 price tag. This is a decent watch and appeared to do the things it claims but for the $800 I was expecting much more. My biggest gripe is with the display. Ironically (or not), I bought and returned the Instinct for the same reason. As Gar...
3 years ago
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However, comparing my resting HR to when I started, nothing really changed. It sits between 47-50 bpm (this is recorded from sleep data using a Garmin Fenix 6) consistently. Did you experience a change in your resting HR?
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Awesome watch
I don't normally give reviews, but I want others who are on the fence to know what I've found to be the pros and cons. I love this watch and it hasn't let me down in any of my expectations. Here are a few things that might be helpful: The screen is not an led type. In a dark room or outside, in the ...
michael faust
2 years ago
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Are Fitbits even worth it anymore?
Mine lasted a bit over a year. Then I decided to invest in something better quality. The Garmin Fenix is beautiful and seems more mature than the Fitbit. Training metrics are so much better. You get what you pay for.




Model Name

Fenix 6

Silver w/Black Band

Screen Size

1.3 Inches

Special Feature