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Garmin fenix 6X Pro Solar, Premium Multisport GPS Watch with Solar Charging, Features Mapping, Music, Grade-Adjusted Pace Guidance and Pulse Ox Sensors, Titanium
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|Color||6X Sapphire Solar - Titanium|
|Are Batteries Included||Yes|
|Standing screen display size||1.4 Inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||2.01 x 2.01 x 0.59 inches|
|Connectivity Technology||Bluetooth Smart, ANT+, Wi-Fi|
|Battery life||15 Hours|
About this item
- Fit for performance with rugged, sophisticated design that features a big 1.4 inches sunlight-readable display (36% larger than previous fēnix models) with bezels in stainless steel, titanium or diamond-like carbon (DLC) coating
- Enhanced estimated wrist heart rate and Pulse Ox to support advanced sleep monitoring and altitude acclimation at high elevations (this is not a medical device and is not intended for use in the diagnosis or monitoring of any medical condition)
- Advanced training features include PacePro for grade-adjusted pace guidance throughout your activity plus environmentally adjusted VO2 max and training status estimates
- Navigate the outdoors with preloaded TOPO maps, ski maps for over 2,000 worldwide ski resorts, multiple global navigation satellite system (GPS, GLONASS and Galileo) support and built-in sensors for 3-axis compass, gyroscope and barometric altimeter
- Support for Garmin Pay contactless payments (not all countries and payment networks are eligible), music storage with premium streaming service (may require subscription with third-party music provider) support, smart notifications and more
- Battery performance: Up to 21 days in smart Watch mode, up to 15 hours in GPS and music mode, up to 46 days in expedition GPS activity mode, and up to 80 days in battery saver Watch mode
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fēnix 6X – Pro Solar Edition
Stay Charged Up For Any Adventure With Solar Power
· Solar-powered multisport GPS watch with large 1.4” display (36% larger than previous fēnix models) uses the sun’s energy to extend battery life and assure more on-wrist time for your off-grid activities
· Enhanced estimated wrist heart rate and Pulse Ox to support advanced sleep monitoring and altitude acclimation at high elevations (this is not a medical device and is not intended for use in the diagnosis or monitoring of any medical condition)
· Advanced training features include PacePro for grade-adjusted pace guidance throughout your activity plus environmentally adjusted VO2 max and training status estimates
· Navigate the outdoors with preloaded TOPO maps, ski maps for over 2,000 worldwide ski resorts, multiple global navigation satellite system (GPS, GLONASS and Galileo) support and built-in sensors for 3-axis compass, gyroscope and barometric altimeter
· Support for Garmin Pay contactless payments (not all countries and payment networks are eligible)
Feature and Benefits
Quality by Design
Rugged yet sophisticated design features a 1.4” solar-charged display that’s 36% larger than previous fēnix models. And it’s tested to U.S. military standards.
A first-of-its-kind PacePro feature helps keep you on pace with grade-adjusted guidance as you run a course.
TOPO and Ski Maps
Use topographical maps for North America to navigate your adventures and view run names and difficulty ratings for 2,000 worldwide ski resorts.
Internal, rechargeable lithium battery provides up to 21 days of battery life in smartwatch mode with an additional 3 days when solar charging (all-day wear, three hours per day outside in 50,000 lux conditions), and 15 hours in GPS mode with an additional hour when solar charging (use in 50,000 lux conditions).
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As the first Garmin device to offer solar charging on its big 1.4inches display, the Fenix 6x Pro solar Multisport GPS Watch puts no limits on how far you can go. Its unique power-replenishing feature extends battery life, so you’ll have more on-wrist time to enjoy the Watch’s color mapping, music streaming (may require premium subscription With a third-party music provider) and other advances. A first-of-its-kind pacepro feature helps keep your pacing strategy on track, Providing grade-adjusted guidance as you run a course. You’ll have preloaded topo maps and ski maps for more than 2, 000 worldwide ski resorts. Other highlights include enhanced wrist heart rate (The data and information provided by this device is intended to be a close estimation of your activity and metrics tracked, but may not be precisely accurate), smart notifications (when paired with a compatible smartphone), pulse ox (this is not a medical device and is not intended for use in the diagnosis or monitoring of any medical condition) sensing, Garmin Pay contact less payments (not all countries and payment networks are eligible) and more. Designed for all-day wearability, it is the ultimate Watch for active lifestyles. Customizable power Manager modes let you see and control how various settings and sensors impact battery life. There’s even a new expedition mode that provides an ultralow-powered GPS mode that will last for weeks
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Fenix 6 has great battery life. It is alt least 5 times that of the newest Samsung. The quick release watch band is ingenious. I ordered several colors and change the bands frequently. Sleep tracking is not as good as Huawei, and you must go to the Garmin Connect app to get detailed data, but the tracking seems pretty accurate.
There are a lot of great watch faces to buy and for free in the Garmin IQ app. Many of those are so customizable that you can put just about any data you want on the dial. In the picture, I am using the Fusion face. I can see the progress of my walking goal in the bottom, distance in miles covered, estimated calories burned, date, time, remaining battery, high and low temp for the day, current temperature, altitude, and more without even touching a button.
* Large display is easy to read, and fits up to 8 data fields.
* Titanium finish looks nice enough for most occasions with the metal band.
* Battery life is great. Estimate of 10-days with pulse-ox sensor on 24/7 feeling accurate. Solar charging does give a bit of a boost while outside on a sunny day also.
* Weight hasn't been as big of an issue as I originally feared. I got used to it pretty quickly.
* Maps/navigation a great feature to have on your wrist while walking/hiking. Course mapping can be done conveniently in the Garmin Connect app, or you can use anything that will save a GPX file. I use OsmAnd as I find it gives better tracks for the trails I've tried so far.
* The widgets are an upgrade from the Vivoactive 3. Weather, Calinder, and Health Stats are my most heavily-used widgets.
* Sleep tracking seems to be an improvement also, which I chalk up to having the pulse-ox sensor. However I still question some of the readings. For instance often it says I went to bed later or woke up earlier than reality. Or sometimes says I slept well when I feel tired, or slept poorly when I feel rested. So like all wrist-based sleep tracking, take it with a grain of salt.
* The thickness can be an issue with long-sleeve dress shirts, as cuffs often can't fit over the watch.
* Titanium band has limited adjustability due to the large links, and it ends up feeling looser than I'd like on my wrist.
* Silicone bands work well overall, but I find I have to adjust a few times a day as my wrist swells/shrinks, and it's just time-consuming enough to be slightly annoying. My previous Vivoactive 3 silicone band was much quicker to adjust.
* The titanium case has already accumulated a few scuffs from knocking into walls or other objects. It's not noticeable from a distance, but I'm concerned that after a few years it might look fairly beat-up.
* Reaction can be slow when going from the watch face to widgets or activities. Might take 3 seconds, which feels like an eternity. I think this is related to the 3rd party watch face I'm using (GearMin 2.0, which I like too much to give up just because of this).
* You cannot import a GPX file into Garmin Connect (and therefore not upload it to the watch) if you don't have Internet connectivity. So while I can use OsmAnd with offline maps to plan or update a course while away from civilization, I have no way to load it on the watch. This seems like a use-case that can be handled by the hardware, the software just needs to allow it.
* There doesn't seem to be a way to select a GPX file to import directly in the Garmin Connect app. Instead, I have to open a file browser, select the GPX file and select to open it with Garmin Connect. Not a huge barrier, but not as convenient as it could be.
* When importing a GPX file it defaults the course name to be the current date, rather than taking a hint from the filename.
* The watch only looks at the first 15 characters of the course name. If you have multiple courses that start with the first 15 characters, only one of them will be on the watch. This is surprisingly easy to hit, especially if you're breaking up a trail into numbered sections to keep them in order.
While the list of cons is longer, most of the issues are fairly minor. I'm hoping the software issues can be improved with newer firmware, which would really enhance the usability.
Fantastic tracking of activities.
Lots of functionalities.
Lot of watch faces available.
Battery last a whole week (7-8d) using all functionalities, wearing 24x7, and exercising every day. Take that iWatch!
Top reviews from other countries
No touch screen for the price and not compatible wear os ... Looks nice but too complicated with so many button to find things.
Don't spend the money unless you like jerking around with 5 buttons