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Garmin 010-01685-02 Fenix 5s GPS Watch WW, Silver with Black band
- Premium smaller-sized (42 mm) multisport GPS watch with Elevate wrist heart rate technology
- Preloaded activity profiles for all of your sports and adventures
- Put key stats at your fingertips with the performance widget that shows the effects and progress of your workouts
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Garmin fenix 5S
Smaller, sleeker, lighter multisport GPS watch
For serious athletes and adventurers who want to do more, not wear more – fenix 5S is the perfect fit.
It offers full-size performance in a lighter, sleeker, more compact design (42mm), ideal for athletes with narrower wrists. So you can beat yesterday with advanced features that make a real difference to your training such as wrist-based heart rate, built-in activity profiles for running, cycling, swimming, trail running, basic navigation functions and performance metrics that lets you measure better the effectiveness and progress of your training. It’s one smart watch you can comfortably wear anywhere to keep pace with your active lifestyle.
Outstanding readability on the run
Thanks to the transflective technology, the high-resolution full-colour Chroma display assures great readability even under intense sunlight whilst satellite navigation and tracking functions combined with a 3-axis compass with gyroscope and barometric altimeter will guide you with confidence on and off the beaten path. Garmin fenix 5S is also smart, it supports Group Track, smart notifications, and Connect IQ for further customisation.
- Smaller (42 mm), sleeker, lighter design
- Stainless steel EXO-antenna as bezel and forged steel back
- Wrist heart rate with fully integrated sensor
- Activity profiles for all sports and adventures
- Performance Widget
- Strava Live Segments
- GPS + GLONASS satellite positioning
- Smart notifications and Connect IQ app support
- Water rated to 100m
Get more from your workout with less on your wrist
Elevate wrist-based heart rate
On your wrist, Garmin Elevate wrist heart rate technology lets you monitor your heart rate without wearing a chest strap. With the new fully integrated Elevate sensor you can control the intensity of your training, track your steps, monitor your sleep and gain more accurate information on burned calories.
Advanced performance metrics
Garmin fenix 5S features the new performance widget which holds all the information you need to help you train more efficiently. Easily access indicators such as Training Status, VO2 Max Estimator, Training Load, Recovery Advisor, plus more advanced indicators including Race Predictor, Training Effect 2.0 and Lactate Threshold to help you to better judge your actual performance level during cycling or running.
The watch for all sorts of sports
Whatever sport you are into, fenix 5S is the perfect partner. Its activity profiles support sports like running, cycling, swimming, skiing, golfing and paddle sports, including stand-up paddle boarding and rowing. For the multi-sport athlete of any type, fenix 5S offers dedicated activity profiles for Swim-Run, Triathlon or create the multisport profile that suits your training routine and race day.
Step up your running
Now you can go further with your running data. Garmin training features that tap into extended physiological metrics and advanced running dynamics can help improve your form and overall performance. These metrics include performance condition that compares your actual condition to your average fitness level, lactate threshold, running cadence and stride length.
The Auto Climb/Run feature on your Garmin fenix 5S makes sure you get the right metrics in the right environment. It will track pace and distance when running on the flat and automatically switch to accumulated ascent and vertical speed once you start climbing. For the Ultra distance runner, the new gyro-reinforced UltraTrac mode allow you to extend tracking up to 35 hours.
Navigate the great outdoors, your way
Garmin fenix 5S guides you safely on and off the beaten path combining GPS/GLONASS positioning, advanced sensors and well known Garmin navigation features like TracBack. The built-in altimeter provides elevation data to accurately monitor ascent and descent, while the thermometer and barometer can be used to predict weather changes. The 3-axis electronic compass keeps your bearing, whether you’re moving or not.
So many ways to stay connected
Pair your fenix 5S with a compatible device and receive emails, texts and alerts right on your watch. The new GroupTrack feature allows you to keep track of your buddies, and they can keep track of you when you get separated during an activity. Other connected features include automatic uploads to Garmin Connect, live tracking and social media sharing through Garmin Connect.
Custom apps and watch faces
Personalise your fenix 5S watch with free downloads from Garmin Connect IQ store. Change your watch face, add data fields or get apps and widgets for information at a glance. The Garmin Face-It watch face app lets you customise your watch face with any photo from your mobile device. Download the free app, choose an image from your photo library, add the time and set it as your watch face.
Garmin QuickFit bands
Customise your Garmin fenix 5S with Garmin QuickFit bands. A selection of bands in choice of premium leather, metal or silicone makes it easy to mix and match styles to go with any sport or activity. Easy to switch and always secure. Just swap, click and go. No tools required.
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Otherwise, good fitness tracker with long battery life (once again, not as long as the 5 which I would have opted for if I knew it wasn't sapphire).
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I bought this watch on May 2017 and now (March 2018) it stopped working. I contacted Garmin USA - because I bought it right here on this page - and I was informed by Garmin USA that they cannot do anything about it. My watch should be replaced but Garmin USA cannot do anything because MY WATCH IS REGISTERED IN SOUTHEAST ASIA!!!!! I am trying to contact Garmin Asia, but as I don't speak any Asian languages it is extremely difficult to solve this problem.
I WAS CHEATED BY AMAZON!!!!
I’m 7 days into the Sapphire Fenix 5 coming from a first edition Apple Watch. Needless to say, I upgraded my analytics game. What an amazing piece of equipment. Very much appreciate the accurate insights, exercise effects, VO2 Max, Functional Threshold Power, anaerobic fitness levels, you name it. This watch tells you exactly what you are doing and can do. And the fact that after 7 days of use with numerous 90 minute exercises, the battery level is still on 20%. Great. For me that's such a welcome improvement over the Apple Watch.
1. Multisport insights, accurate measurements; pace accuracy is fabulous
2. Countless features and functions
3. 100M waterproof
4. Rugged, beautiful design, looks great on wrist
5. Screen readable under direct sunlight
6. Long battery life (>week)
7. Sync to Connect app is seamless (wifi, bluetooth)
8. Comes with black and yellow straps, easily changeable
9. Its pretty light weight if you ask me
10. Oh, in case you're wondering; all notifications you'd come to love from the apple watch, are on here too. I can even control my music like before. No song searching or voice control though.
1. Software froze on me once this week
2. Screen was marketed as HiRes, don't really notice that though
3. Colors are a bit bland
All in all a great watch, very happy with it. Full recommend it to anyone who trains a lot. Especially someone looking to upgrade from an AW. Good luck with your choice.
UPDATE, April 20:
On to four weeks with the Sapphire Fenix 5. Watch has become inseparable from my daily activities. Really grown on me. More so than the AW had. I keep looking at it, its stunning black rugged design with capabilities that surpass expectations. Anyone on the fence, go for it. You wont be dissappointed. Do have some small gropes which are more related to learning curve I guess.
*Only had to charge it twice this month (thank you!). Used it swimming, cycling, running, walking, strength training.
*I live high-up (8400ft) and the altimeter is spot on, barometer and compass as well. Unit takes the temperature from your surroundings, for example in the sauna you'll get accurate spikes.
*Must say the HRM is also better than expected which produces excellent data analysis on the watch and on the Garmin Connect App (also online). Does need to sit snug on the wrist, if not you lose accuracy. For example, on my daily 8mile bike ride to the office my HR stays in warm-up even though I'm sweating. Pulling the watchband tighter fixes the "issue". Related to using optical sensors, they say.
*If you want more data from running, an ANT+ connected HRM strap gives you access to additional menu for running dynamics, with real time info like cadence, ground contact time, stride length, vertical oscillation. Marvelous.
*Connectivity to more sensors. Im getting the HRM Swim Strap as well.
*BETTER ACCURACY, MORE DATA. Gotta love how Garmin feeds the need.
*Big fan of Segments. Race on commute segments against strangers. Strava also works wonders. Integrates well with online Garmin Connect.
*QuickFit wristbands in more colors.The black one I use while at work. The yellow one is good for the weekend. Looking forward to the leather strap.
*First week the software froze, happened once more. So twice in a month. Restart is fast but does delete last 4 hours of HR data.
*Error in software sync pushes your morning alarms from app to watch but not vice versa. This means the alarms you configure on the watch get deleted upon sync with Connect app. Sure this will get a fix, is a bit annoying nevertheless (using iOS).
*Connect IQ apps. Well, coming from AW and its apps Connect IQ makes you feel a bit underwhelmed. Im sure I'll get into it. I wish I could find a better way to use the Navigate app. Learning curve.
*That said, downloaded Garmin BaseCamp to find courses and waypoints to upload to the watch but I was like, nope - I'll save that for later.
*Sometimes the watch kinda renews the connection with my iphone and I get double notified of emails, chats, calendar alerts.
Hope this helps. Have to say that after four weeks I still feel that I haven't discovered half of what the watch can do. Makes me a very satisfied F5 owner. I'll update again once I get the HRM Swim Strap. Good luck with your choice!
UPDATE June 1st:
I'll try to keep this short as its becoming quite a long read. Received the HRM Tri and Swim straps two weeks ago. Wanted to test things out before posting any comments. The HRM straps themselves are excellent, I use the Swim strap in a pool 3 times a week, the Tri I use for running and cycling. Both are very comfortable to fit the purpose of long runs or swim sessions. *I do not live close to open water. Once you get your first access to the extended data such as Running Dynamics and swimming Swolf, you'll be amazed. Especially if you're a first timer like I am. What you cant help thinking though, is that the heart rate data quality becomes so much better with the straps that the optical wrist based data is bound to disappoint afterwards.
Heart rate real time data a LOT better, changes in heart rate are visible instantly
Running dynamics help you improve your balance and running style* (this is quite a considerable change, actually)
*even on a treadmill.
Pool swimming data is fabulous, not as extensive as Running Dynamics. I attached new Garmin Connect screen shots.
Additional Lactate Threshold and HRV Stress tests are now available
Overall additional datasets make you feel you're entering a professional training environment
Optical wrist based heart rate accuracy does disappoint, but I doubt it would have been noticeable without acquiring the straps? Not sure.
Swimming heart rate is not available under water, the unit will download HR data after you finish your exercise. This works flawless so no problem at all.
For what its worth, I'm really happy with the straps and additional training data. The graphs are great, the insights in your performance gets better and better. It is quite an expensive combo if you go full fenix5 + straps. Agreed. But I'm using this equipment every day, so I tell myself its money well spent. If you have any questions, by all means. Good luck and stay safe.
2 more runs and a hike and I'm now at 52%. Love the battery life.