- Size (LWH): 1.9 inches, 1.9 inches, 0.7 inches
- Weight: 2.88 ounces
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Garmin Fenix Hiking GPS Watch with Exclusive Tracback Feature
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- Fenix is a high-sensitivity GPS navigator + ABC adventure watch
- Very easy to use with altimeter barometer and 3-axis compass with automatic sensor calibration
- Worldwide basemap. Waterproof to 50 meters
- Mark up to 1,000 waypoints and store up to 10,000 track points and navigate to them.
- If required software can be updated to version 3.60 from Gramin.com/support
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The Garmin fenix is the first GPS navigator+ABC wristwatch to include Garmin GPS navigation. Designed for outdoor enthusiasts, it satisfies the lofty requirements of the serious adventurer. It’s very easy to use and packed with many of the same features found on our popular outdoor handheld GPS products. As a true GPS navigator, it can guide you off the trail and back to the safety of your vehicle, trailhead, campsite or home. All while conveniently strapped to your wrist.
You can create and follow routes, mark up to 1,000 waypoints, store up to 10,000 track points and easily navigate to them. Share data wirelessly with other compatible Garmin GPS units and smartphones. Naturally, as a navigating GPS+ABC watch, it also includes an altimeter, barometer, 3-axis electronic compass and temperature sensor. Rugged, stylish and waterproof to 50m (164 ft), it’s as comfortable in the cement, steel and glass jungle as it is escaping the beaten path to life’s greatest adventures.
Navigate Your Way
No other navigator GPS+ABC wristwatch offers you the GPS navigation capabilities of Garmin — The world’s most trusted name in GPS navigation. fenix tracks where you have been, but it also can guide you into the wilderness and, more importantly, guide you back out again. After all, what good does it do you to collect data, if you can’t use it to find your way back to your computer to download it?
It records a track log creating a GPS “bread crumb trail” as you move. It also allows you to mark waypoints, such as your campsite, vehicle location or 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 routes that can be downloaded to fenix from BaseCamp, free trip-planning software, from a computer. Then, follow the navigation arrow to waypoints. To get back, just have TracBack show you the way.
Enjoy Wristwatch Convenience
Rugged and attractive, the fenix also is a highly accurate timepiece that can be worn everyday. It includes settings for alarms, chimes and vibration alerts. It also functions as a timer, stopwatch and world clock.
fenix has a built-in barometric altimeter that provides accurate elevation information so you can keep track of your ascent and descent.
The built-in barometer can help you monitor and predict weather changes by showing you short-term changes in the barometric air pressure. If the barometric pressure begins a steady decline, this could be a warning of an impending storm.
fenix includes a 3-axis electronic compass that keeps your bearing whether you’re moving or not. Sight a bearing and be confident fenix will keep you headed toward your goal.
Be Ready for All of Life’s Adventures
- Temperature Sensor - gain insight into temperature trends from the built-in temperature sensor. Knowing how rapidly the temperature is rising or falling can help you determine clothing and shelter needs or whether it’s time to turn back.
- Wireless Unit-to-unit Communication - 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. That means you can also pair fenix with several external devices, such as the tempe external temperature sensor, Garmin heart rate monitor and speed/cadence sensor.
What's in the Box
- USB cable
- AC adapter with plug
Top Customer Reviews
(One of many customizable time displays....see pics)
After owning many GPS navigational watches, I feel the Garmin Fenix is the market leader for Hunters, Fisherman, Backpackers, Campers, Fireman, Search and Rescue, etc.... The theme is anyone that travels deep in the mountains or may find themselves caught in a survival situation without communication or back-up. The best GPS is useless if you dont have it on you when you need it and thats why a GPS watch worn as a everyday watch makes the most sense. The Garmin Fenix is a larger watch but not any larger than a typical ABC watch. A big advantage is that it uses standard 26mm lugs so your strap choices are limitless. The factory Fenix straps are very comfortable and pliable. I especially like the orange strap but I also purchased a few other straps just to mix it up and show the possibilities of the case design. As a guy with a 7" wrist, I can easily wear the Fenix as your every day watch. If you can wear a Casio G-shock or Suunto Core, the Fenix will feel right as home. The GPS antenna is also incorporated into the watch case making it look like a traditional watch. No odd antenna bumps or protrusions like other GPS watches.Read more ›
FEATURES & MENU NAVIGATION - One important thing to consider is that there are a LOT of features and menu options in this watch. I have literally spent a week up to now just exploring and testing features and functions. There are so many options that quick access to data can be tedious if you don't know what you're doing. My advice is to first figure out what data you want to be viewing the most, and then customize your menus and options for quickest access to what you want to see. If you find yourself sitting down fiddling with it somewhere out in the field, you know you haven't spent enough time optimizing your configurations in advance. Outdoor life is for adventure, not for boring your friends while they wait for you to adjust your gadgetry.
AS A DAILY WRIST WATCH - There are WAY better options than this for a day-today watch. In Watch Mode (GPS off), this watch's Up/Down buttons force you to scroll through compass, altimeter, barometer, temperature, and then back to the time screen. This makes no sense. As a watch you should be able to just view data like stopwatch, countdown timer, alarms, etc. In Watch mode these screens are not reconfigurable. What's worse, is that after each 30 seconds of inactivity, the next press of a button forces you to wait up to 2 seconds while the "busy" image appears - this is represented by a circle of double arrows. So throughout the day when you press a button to view various data, you have "wait".
AS A FITNESS WATCH - I don't intend to use it this way, but most people agree that Garmin's Forerunner series is more geared for this type of activity.Read more ›
I've always expected the day Garmin would put it all in our wrist, or at least a good part of what Garmin has to offer. I'm in the farm, driving around our crops and wonder what area did we harvested already, my Fenix will tell me, and don't need to get back to HQ to grab my GPS. A doy long boat ride in my friends cabin, leave the tracking on (UltraTrac mode to save you battery) and you will have your way home even after dark (I have evicted getting lost in our lakes at least a dozen times). Before the Fenix I would have to pull my Garmin 76 CSx from my backpack, leave it somewhere safe, where people wouldnt mess with it, and so on. And also to get that fuzz from the jealous guys who doens't know what a GPS can do, besides giving the image of a nerd/geek to girls you've just met!
So, cutting to the chase, you have routing, tracking, waypoints, trip data (avg speed and so on) altimeter, compass (it goes from magnetic compass to GPS heading once you start moving, just great!), termometer, barometer, navigating capabilites, I'm using in our single engine plane as a back up (it gives me vertical speed, headings, bearings, courses, altitutes, ETA, ETE, distance to destination and so on)! It does it all, and it also works as your daily watch, that gives you sunrise, sunset, moorise, moonset, moon phases and your heartrates!Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I now own the Fenix 3.
But my only reason for upgrading is because I lost this watch.
I'm in the army and I used this watch to help me navigate to points and to record my... Read more
great product. Didnt come in original box, but ill deal with that.
Lasts about as described. Im on week 5 without a charge and only down to 43%. Read more
Compared running pace to another device and the watch was off by 3 minutes.
Contact Garmin explained was was happening and luckily they agreed to exchange the watch. Read more
The unit is kind of large but the battery life is pretty good and it does what it's supposed to.Published 2 months ago by eck
Your item stopped working past return date. Will not buy from your store again.Published 2 months ago by rodney jackson
Got this watch as a christmas present. Had it plugged into charge for a whole day...went to see if it was ready to wear and it was at 0 percent battery. Read morePublished 4 months ago by ER nurse
I bought this Fenix watch to hopefully use while spending a couple years exploring Africa. As someone who loves to explore, I want to make sure I can find my way back; this allows... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Nathaniel L. Allen