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|Water Resistance Depth||10 ATM (Pressure Equivalent to 328.08' / 100 m)|
|Watch Case Size||47 mm|
|Sensors||Accelerometer, Barometer (Altimeter), Compass, Gyroscope, Optical Heart Rate|
|Operating System||Proprietary OS|
|Package Weight||1.53 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||6.7 x 5 x 4.1"|
|Weight||2.93 oz / 83 g|
|Dimensions||1.85 x 1.85 x 0.58" / 47 x 47 x 14.7 mm|
|Display Type||MIP LCD|
|Display Size||1.3" / 33 mm|
|Watch Crystal Material||Sapphire Crystal|
|Pixel Density||283 ppi|
|Screen Resolution||260 x 260|
|Global Positioning||GPS, GLONASS, Galileo|
|Rechargeable Battery Chemistry||Lithium-Ion|
|Estimated Battery Life||14 Days (Smartwatch Mode)
72 Hours (GPS On)
10 Hours (GPS and Music On)
48 Days (Low Power Mode)
|Band Circumference||5.2 to 8.3" / 132 to 210 mm|
Garmin’s Fenix 6 Sapphire is one of the most feature-rich smartwatches I’ve ever tested, though its chunky exterior and sporty styling is definitely an acquired taste. It’s also one of the most expensive wearables in the market today, with the model I tested retails for Php 40,995.
I upgraded from a Garmin Fenix 5 and it was worth it. The Titanium model is very light and yet it's as strong as the steel model. Would of loved to see a Diamond black coated titanium model. However happy with the upgrade.
Great battery life, VERY customizable and basically just like any of the other watches I own in comfort and style. It would have been 5/5 star on everything if the built in maps were a bit more towards what I use for hikes and walks, but that's a minor thing as you can add other maps to the device.
Love this watch. It took me a few minutes to get accustom to the menu structure and watch operation, but after that it been fantastic. I have sleep apnea and like being able to chart my blood oxygen levels at night. The Garmin Connect app does a great job tracking activities and fitness levels.
As a user for 3 years of a Fenix 5 this is a very welcomed upgrade. The Good Better widgets with more information Nicer screen New sensors MIL STD 810G Not so good No touchscreen PulseOx not very accurate, hope an update will enhance this Battery duration is fine, buy not great
Overall a nice upgrade from fenix 5. Works as described. Much bigger and nicer screen. Only issue is Bluetooth connection with earbuds but have found that wearing watch on opposite arm eliminated the problem. Other gripe is easy to scratch the clip as shown in the photo.
Really nice quality build and the features are pretty awesome, my focus was on golf and fitness. The battery life with the features doesn't seem to be beaten based on my research. I was a little concerned about the overall size and thickness, but it hasn't bothered me in real life.
I am really enjoying the vast array of features on the watch.
I want to give the watch 5 stars. The extra metrics it picks up versus the Fenix 5 used previously is great. I didn’t realise before purchasing that the Fenix 6 HR sensor does not work through tattoos, therefore the HR wrist sensor did not work.
Overheard a few people talking about this watch so checked it out.While it looked awesome it was very expensive. Grabbed it on sale and am now disappointed I didn't get it sooner. It is a great training tool and has so many features.
Beautiful tracker. The sapphire crystal display looks incredible and is super durable. Garmin is always elite with their fitness trackers. All the data is free, quite accurate and super easy to view. I love the fact it has no touch screen and i can turn notifications off.