Garmin Fenix 3 HR, Gray
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- WRIST-BASED HEART RATE - Garmin Elevate wrist heart rate technology measures heart rate at the wrist, giving you the option to track your heart rate data without wearing a chest strap - Activity Tracking Accuracy
- BLACK SILICONE BAND - Soft, flexible black silicone band adds luxurious feel with resistance to discoloration
- CHROMA DISPLAY - 1.2” sunlight-visible high-resolution color Chroma optically-bonded display
- WATER RATING - Water rated up to 10ATM / 100 meters; suitable for swimming
- WIRELESS CONNECTIVITY- Utilize one or more Wi-Fi hot spots to automatically sync your data with Garmin Connect and update software (when in range)
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Elevate Wrist Heart Rate Technology
fēnix 3 HR watch includes Elevate wrist heart rate technology, giving you the option to track your heart rate data without wearing a chest strap. In addition to counting steps and monitoring sleep, fēnix 3 HR uses your heart rate to provide accurate calories burned information and to quantify the intensity of your fitness activities.
True Performance Meets True Style
Garmin fēnix 3 HR
fēnix 3 HR multisport training GPS watch is rugged, capable and smart. With feature sets for fitness training plus feature sets for outdoor navigation, fēnix 3 HR is ready for any training activity and competition. Access to the Connect IQTM platform allows customization of watch faces and data fields and provides downloadable widgets and apps.
- Omni-directional stainless steel EXO antenna with GPS/GLONASS satellite reception
- Elevate wrist heart rate technology
- Fitness training features like advanced running dynamics with vertical oscillation and vertical ratio, VO2 max, recovery advisor and more
- 1.2-inch sunlight-readable Garmin Chroma Display with high-strength domed sapphire lens
- Outdoor navigation features like 3-axis compass, altimeter and barometer and TracBack feature
Measure Oxygen Levels and More During Exercise
fēnix 3 HR watch is packed with additional training features to tell you about your form and fitness. The VO2 max estimator crunches data, including your running speed, beats per minute and heart rate variability to estimate the maximum volume of oxygen you can consume per minute. Track changes to see your fitness gains and to compare with your peers. Other fitness metrics include recovery advisor with a recovery timer and recovery check, plus a race predictor, which estimates your ideal finish time based on your current VO2 max number.
Advanced Running Dynamics and Physiological Metrics
- Vertical oscillation and ratio
- Ground contact time and balance
- Cadence - number of steps per minute
- Stride length
- Stress score
- Performance condition
Altimeter, Barometer and Compass
fēnix 3 HR watch is equipped with ABC sensors to provide relevant, real-time information. The built-in altimeter provides elevation data to accurately monitor ascent and descent, while the barometer can be used to predict weather changes by showing short-term trends in air pressure. The 3-axis electronic compass keeps your bearing whether you’re moving or not.
fēnix 3 HR watch auto-calibrates its ABC sensors using its GPS receiver and also auto sets the time based on location. For an extremely accurate temperature reading, pair it with our tempe external temperature sensor.
Borrowing from the Garmin Swim device, fēnix 3 HR watch tracks your distance, pace, stroke count and more. You just tell fēnix 3 HR watch the size of the pool you’re swimming in and begin your workout.
The feature set for paddle sports includes stroke count, stroke rate and even distance per stroke.
Golf mode gives you yardage to the front back and middle of the green for any single course you’ve downloaded from Garmin Connect. You can even use your fēnix 3 as a glove-friendly remote, via ANT+ wireless connectivity, for VIRB action cameras.
Ski/Board mode puts speed, distance, vertical drop and an automatic run counter (with Auto Pause for the lift line) and more at your fingertips.
|FĒNIX 2||FĒNIX 3 Gray||FĒNIX 3 Sapphire Gray with Metal||FĒNIX 3 HR||FĒNIX 3 Sapphire Titanium|
|Strap Material||TPU||TPU||Steel & TPU||Silicone||Titanium & Silicone|
|Bat Life: GPS + Smart||1-2 Days||3 Weeks||3 Weeks||2 Weeks (w/ 24/7 HR monitoring)||3 Weeks|
|GPS/GLONASS||GPS (No GLONASS)||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Altimeter, Barometer, Compass||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Activity & Sleep Tracking||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Running Physiological Measurements||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Wrist Heart Rate||✓|
Fenix 3 HR combines rugged good looks with fitness training performance, which includes Elevate wrist heart rate technology. With uncompromising construction details like stainless steel bezel with fully integrated EXO antenna which, when paired with GLONASS and EPO, provides faster fixes and more accurate position than GPS alone. With a sunlight-visible high-resolution Chroma color display, Fenix 3 makes a statement on the trail and off. A full set of fitness training features, plus outdoor navigation capabilities offer the outdoor adventurist every option for training activities and competitions. Connect IQ lets you customize your Fenix 3 with a variety of downloadable watch faces, data fields, widgets and activities. When paired with a compatible smartphone
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You will have many say oHR sensors are still "inaccurate" and that is mostly true but it all depends on the user, potential usage and expectations. I find the elevate oHR sensor to be excellent for most training runs, and for daily HR tracking. Once you begin to get into sprint intervals, hills and other types of extreme HR fluctuations is where you begin to see the limitations of the optical technology. However most serious runners will be using a chest strap paired with this watch, which I also do.
So far three workouts in with the F3HR -
1. 3 mile run wih F3HR on left wrist and I also wore my ambit 3 on right wrist with sunnto chest strap hrm.
results: after an indoor warmup I headed out - both units tracked within 1-3bpm from each other from the start. Pretty happy with that.
2. Cross training indoors – Same setup with both watches – burpees, medballs, pullups, pushups, sled pushes and etc… The only noticeable difference was a few second lag for the F3HR to catch up to the suunto. Both average HR were only 2bpm off at the end of the 45-minute session.
3. 15 mile trail long run pace – F3 (non-HR) with garnin hrm-run + F3HR on opposite wrist - during the first mile the F3HR was about 10-15bpm below the HRM-Run - after things settled in they both tracked nearly identical for the remainder of the run except for hills. I should note I walked the uphill sections and the F3HR did show about a 10-15 second lag when the HRM-Run was spot on. So if you need this immediate data for some reason the HRM-Run is still tops - but at the end of the run the average HR were both nearly identical.
4. Ran my first race with the watch - a muddy, gritty 50k - I opted for the HRM-RUN chest strap so for HR data not much to reports. GPS accuracy (GLONASS ON) was spot on - Watch behaved super responsive compared to my older F2, as a matter of fact comparing the two gps track recordings from a friend who ran (used his F2) the F3HR has a better track - the F2 was smoothed much more than the F3HR.
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I give 5 stars on every aspect of it that I tested.
Unfortunately, I'm returning it simply because it's just too damn big for my wrist. I couldn't get used to the size so I downgraded to the Garmin Forerunner 735XT (which I upgraded to from the Garmin Forerunner 25 that I had for a year).
If you are in the market for a true sports tracking watch that is very easy to use, battery lasts a long time and connects seamlessly with the software for review and tracking, Garmin is the way to go. They have several options and do it the best!
I've attached a couple of pictures showing the size difference from the fenix 3 HR and the FORERUNNER 735XT
I mainly bought this for a daily watch/smartwatch, track my daily exercise 5/week including weights and running, with the occasional paved path trails around my area. In the past, Ive used the Apple Watch, Fitbit Charge and Surge.
So, after two weeks what are some awesome features Im loving? To start off, I think this watch is gorgeous. Very masculine (definitely too big for my wife's wrist) and looks like a real watch vs activity bands/watches.
I think its easier to list out the small things Ive noticed that are really glanced over in other reviews. But know, my list is way bigger.
+Activity tracking screens are highly customizable and can track up to 4 different things you would like to monitor (elapsed time, cadence, heart rate, heart rate zones, balance, temperature, distance, etc)
+Notifications! The Apple Watch did GREAT with notifications. Although this isnt on the same level as an Apple Watch, its definitely better than the Surge which can ONLY tell you who texted and a few lines of the text and who is calling you.
+Watch Face customizablility. At the moment Im using DigicFace and Clarity. Some of the watch faces you download are GREAT with a ton of stuff that can be displayed. Other watch faces are extremely elegant and looks like a normal watch. Others... look pretty dumb. There is a ton of things you can download including other widgets, apps, watch faces, and data fields. Im hoping some of the watch faces will start updating and integrate the 24/7 HR soon.
+24/7 HR. The optical HR is much like that of the Fitbit. I think its relatively accurate for everyday things. If you used a optical HR before, you will know the limitations. Anything that requires you to clench your fist (weightlifting, mountain climbing, even rowing, etc) will make the optical HR give you false readings (usually low). Since I came from a Fitbit and knowing this limitation, I knew I wanted to get the bundle with the external HRM (which has worked REALLY well).
Everyday use the watch has been great. Its definitely heavier than the Surge, but I havent really found it much of a problem. After a few hours I barely even noticed it.
So how come I only gave it 4 stars out of 5?
-The App sucks. Compared to Fitbit, the dashboard looks like a mess. You still are able to put the same thing into the dashboard as fitbit (steps, sleep, calories, etc) but its not as pleasing on the eyes and easy to find things. You cant customize where you want to put things. Quite honestly, I think Fitbit is easier because its listed out. Garmin for example; to see your activity you did today, you click on the activity icon, then you click the particular activity, then if I wanted to see my HR and other stats, I have to click on the submenu to see the stats. On Fitbit, you just click on the activity you did for the day.
-It NEEDS your phone. For example want the weather app to work? If your phone closes out the Garmin Connect app, it wont retrieve the weather. It REQUIRES your phone to do quite a bit of the calculations and other things.
-Screen. In general, the screen is works well and during the day its beautiful. But the marketing images of the Fenix 3 HR with the beautifully saturated colors? Nope. It definitely looks more washed out.
-DAMN BACKLIGHTING. I dont understand why this is such a big issue. Apple Watch has done it incredibly well, Fitbit Surge was able to do it well, some of the other smartwatches/activity trackers were able to get it to work well as well. For some reason the Fenix 3 HR when raise your hand to tell the time, it SUCKS at recognizing youre trying to look at the time and turn on the backlight. SUCKS. I know this can easily be fixed with a firmware, but this is one HUGE gripe I had. This is such a problem, sometimes just rolling over in bed the backlight will light up but wont light up when I want it to!.
-No auto-activity feature. I always loved my Surge for auto detect that Im doing something. Not this. You have to tell it youre doing an activity.
-Sleep feature is okay. Doesnt tell much compared to Fitbit and also doesnt detect naps. In fact if you sleep out of your specified window of your normal sleeping schedule it starts making up stupid data.
+/-Lastly, I dont think this is a con only because it inspires me to get off my lazy butt and move around. I also dont consider it a con because I always felt the Fitbit was too liberal in what it thinks was a step. On the Garmin, the step counter is a lot less sensitive. Taking small steps around the kitchen might not register. Going up and down the stairs, it will. But you definitely wont get as much steps as you are with a Fitbit.
Honest to God, this is overkill for my needs. In truth, in terms of activity tracking there are WAY cheaper products out there that can do what I want it for. Garmin's 235 or more recently announced new vivoactive HR, seems like it would be able to track my exercises just fine but at less than half the price. When I researched the 235, it seemed like the 235 was almost a cheaper version of the Fenix 3, but with a few less features, but at half the price. Financially speaking, I should've saved the 300 bucks I spent.
But, after using the Fitbits and shopping around for other watches, I was done with the activity tracking-escue watches and bands. Google Watches and Apple's Watch didnt do it for me either because they lacked any real activity tracking (but they were GREAT smartwatches). The Fenix 3 HR just spoke to me because of how it looked like a real watch.
Am I going to use ALL the features in the Fenix 3 has to offer for me? Hopefully, but not the full potential and as consistently some people would.
All in all, Im trying to say this: youre going to be just as happy with the Fenix 3 HR. If financially you can justify it. DO IT. I love it. My wife? Thinks Im stupid.
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