Garmin has launched the Fenix 6, which includes a sum of 12 new models, the essential ones being the Garmin Fenix 6S, 6 and 6X. The names relate with case sizes: 42mm, 47mm and 51mm.
These are very fit marathon runner’s watches, with about each game related element you could envision, including pulse checking, exact GPS following, multi-sport methods of activity, and a heap different sensors to follow where you’re at, what you’re doing, and how compelling you are at getting along it.
They’re like smartwatches in that they can be utilized for contactless installments (by means of Garmin Pay) and can get warnings from your cell phone, however their screens aren’t as extravagant as the one on, state, the Apple Watch. They’re all water safe up to 10ATM (which means they’re appropriate for all water exercises with the exception of scuba jumping) and can be remotely associated with a huge amount of extras.
One new highlight that all Fenix 6 watches offer is PacePro, which gives you a chance to design your running course and aides you as you come. There’s additionally the Power Manager, which lets you know precisely how the different highlights you’re utilizing sway the watch’s battery life. The cost is an appalling $1,149.99.
Fenix 6S, 6, 6X variants
The Garmin Fenix 6X Pro Solar, has a few highlights none of the prior Fenix watches had. That incorporates a bigger, 1.4-inch show, worked in sun powered charging, which stretches out battery life from 21 to 24 days in smartwatch mode. That changes to 60 to 66 hours in GPS mode, and from 80 to 120 days in battery saver watch mode. Close by the Fenix 6S, 6, and 6X variations, there are three different choices: Pro for music, maps, and WiFi, Sapphire to get a sapphire gem glass on the showcase; and Solar for sunlight based charging.
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