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|Water Resistance Depth
|10 ATM (Pressure Equivalent to 328.08' / 100 m)
|Watch Case Size
|Accelerometer, Barometer (Altimeter), Compass, Gyroscope, Optical Heart Rate
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
|4.2 x 4 x 4"
|3 oz / 85 g
|1.85 x 1.85 x 0.59" / 47 x 47 x 15.1 mm
|1.3" / 33 mm
|Watch Crystal Material
|260 x 260
|GPS, GLONASS, Galileo
|Rechargeable Battery Chemistry
|Estimated Battery Life
|16 Days (Smartwatch Mode)
40 Hours (GPS On)
10 Hours (GPS and Music On)
80 Days (Low Power Mode)
|4.9 to 8.2" / 125 to 208 mm
The Garmin Fenix 6 Pro further refines the formula already tried and tested in the Garmin Fenix 5 series. With increased battery life, bigger screen and better menu system, the Garmin Fenix 6 Pro is certainly an improvement over its predecessor.
Rugged as hell, Widget overview is great, Offline maps and POV navigation, Constant stream of updates
Heavy, Not many people will use all the features the watch has to offer, Hefty price tag
The Fenix 6 Pro can help you train harder and race smarter, and has useful smart features to back up its sports tracking
Top-class sports tracking and training analysis, New PacePro tool to pace your runs, Maps and music with Spotify support
Very expensive, Heart rate tracking not always accurate
With a bigger screen, longer battery life and a killer new feature, Garmin’s latest Fenix is a surefire winner
An outstanding sports device with the intelligence to compete with any smartwatch too. The Fenix 6 has great build, is packed full of functions, and the 14 day battery life means there's little to worry about whether you're in the mountains or in the urban jungle.
Genuine two-week battery life, Substantial build, Range of sports metrics, Evolution of the collected data, Hugely versatile, Mapping, PacePro for calculating pace
Other Garmin devices will offer you similar features for less money, Can be complicated, Expensive
Everything that I was looking for. It’s a high end fitness watch and great not only for runners like myself but for all fitness activities. Everything has been accurate to my knowledge and has really helped with my training since I do not have a team or coach to push me.
I've used this for pretty much everything. There are some accuracy issues and software glitches, that I've read are apparently the norm with new Garmin products. But overall, I'm very pleased with the amount of tracking it provides and the level of stats.
First fitness trackers that can accurately map my GPS position even in dense forests, I'm guessing because it is using dual systems. But like all such devices, I question the accuracy in recorded distance and elevation ascents.
I'm stepping up from a 920XT, and it's hard not to be continually amazed by what this thing can do! Looking forward to taking it on my next spartan race.
Great product, I use it to track my HR and it works great, I found also that it allow me to better track my sleep.
i had before apple watch 4, but i have to say garmin is way better…
This is a fantastic watch for collecting health and Performance data. I would have given the full 5 stars if the screen was a little brighter/clearer and if it had a touch screen. Saying that is a really good value watch for the huge amount of features it has.
Better than I expected it to be and so easy to sync to phone!
Very happy with the purchase, lovely everyday watch, even wear it when I sleep. Great battery life, nice Bright screen, loads of health and training features. Definitely recommend!
This was a present for my boyfriends 30th birthday. He absolutely loves it!