Garmin Fenix 6x Pro
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Based on 169 reviews

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  • Great for running
  • Easy to use
  • Lots of features
  • Good battery life
  • Not waterproof

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With the Fenix, all of these useful sensors/metrics/data are right there, and with the Glances interface, they update in real-time in a single scrollable list. I can see the weather, sunrise-sunset time, a real-time compass/altimeter/baro/heart rate, steps, activity, sleep, etc. Without having to go in and out of separate apps.
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 ...
5/5
JP
3 years ago
amazon.com
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Wear OS is making app sideloading much more difficult
It never really got back up to the quality it had before. Eventually I noticed mine dying in 2-3 hours and just upgraded to a Garmin Fenix 6X. I _wanted_ to like wear. I _tried_ to like wear.
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...
5/5
Andrew
3 years ago
amazon.com
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My Garmin Fenix 6X immediately alerted my wife through incident detection even though I didn't take a tumble after the injury. I'm extremely impressed with the incedent detection alert system and would be very handy if something serious did happen. As a very active type one diabetic, this system gives me peace of mind that our Garmin watches will inform our emergency contact of any serious falls or injuries.
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DallasOil
reddit.com/r/Garmin
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Amazing
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...
5/5
AdventureInUtah
10 months ago
amazon.com
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It breaks up so much, you can't understand what the assistant is saying. Lastly, when I paired with my Garmin Fenix 6x, the connection is terrible and unusable.
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...
2/5
Kayenine
3 years ago
amazon.com
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apple watch vs garmin. which one should i get?
Personally for me is really irritating to have to charge my watch daily, this is why Apple watches are not my thing. I have Garmin Fenix 6X Sapphire that holds 21 days, there are that hold more thanks to solar powering, but the screen is Gorilla Glass on those. So if you care about the fitness and activities options more go Garmin, if you care about having a smart device that can be also a fitness tracker take Apple.
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 ...
5/5
michael faust
2 years ago
amazon.com
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Specs

Supported Host Device OS

iOS, Android

Notifications

Calendar, SMS, Email, social apps

Navigation

GPS/GLONASS/Galileo receiver

Tracking Data

Distance, speed, calories burned, activity, sleep activity, heart rate, steps taken, floors climbed, blood oxygen saturation, stress level