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Garmin Fenix 5 Multisport GPS Watch

Garmin Fenix 5 Multisport GPS Watch
  • Release Date

    Mar-2017

  • Battery Life

    24 hours

  • Golf Courses Stored

    40,000

Description
With an array of features to keep you on top of your game, the Garmin Fenix 5 Multisport GPS Watch is designed for athletes who are serious about their training. With a 47mm x 47mm x 16mm size and a sleek, stylish look, this watch offers 24 hour battery life, up to 2 weeks of battery standby, and 64MB of storage for maps and courses. The Garmin Fenix 5 Multisport GPS Watch also features a shot distance monitor and heart rate monitor that keep you on the right track during your workouts.
Specification
Garmin Fenix 5 Multisport GPS Watch
Features
Score Tracking
Yes
Distance Monitor
Yes
Bluetooth
Yes
Pulse Oximeter
No
Heart Rate Monitor
Yes
Golf Courses Stored
40,000
Compass
Yes
Music
Yes
Course Hazards on Map
Yes
Par Tracking
Yes
Shot Distance Tracking
Yes
Gps
Yes
Green Distance
Yes
Design
Touchscreen
No
Storage
64 MB
Size
47 mm x 47 mm x 16 mm
Release Date
Mar-2017
Category
GPS Watch
Model Number
010-01688-00
Battery
Battery Life
24 hours
Battery Type
Lithium-ion
Standby Time
2 weeks
Reviews of the Garmin Fenix 5 Multisport GPS Watch
Rated 4.6 / 5 from 7 Reviews
Garmin Fenix 5 review
stuff.tv
  • - 5
Garmin’s Fenix 5, then, is the undeniable champion of multi-sport trackers. Not least because it can track almost every discipline that’s out there. It also manages to be tough without looking ungainly, and carries a real sense of premium build quality that’s not undermined by a shoddy interface. Those physical buttons actually add to the experience, especially during exercise, while strong Bluetooth and battery performance polish things into a complete tracking package that’s also comfortable on smartwatch duty. For most people, it’s also probably overkill. Overkill that you’ll pay £500 for. Unless you’re an Ironman, wearing the Fenix 5 means knowing you’ll never truly test its full feature set.
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Garmin fenix 5 GPS Watch review
bikeradar.com
  • - 4.5
Garmin’s fenix 5 is a fantastic watch for the outdoorsy person. It’s data heavy and offers arguably the widest range of data fields on the market. It’s accurate, it’s tough and it looks great! I am partial to the look of a big watch, but the majority of people aren’t, so the fenix 5’s smaller size is likely to please. The screen is sharp in all light conditions and the range of built in sensors is fantastic In line with what I’ve found elsewhere, the optical HR sensor wasn’t as accurate as a chest strap, but it’s good enough to recognise trends. I do however wish Garmin would go back to the rounded clasp because it’s considerably more comfortable.
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The Best Outdoor GPS Watch
tomsguide.com
  • - 4.5
The Garmin fenix 5 is not a cheap GPS watch, but for outdoor adventurers who need or want to capture everything they do, this $599 device could be worth the investment. It provides detailed stats on a multitude of activities, has an accurate heart rate monitor, doesn't weigh your wrist down too much and lasts a long time on a charge.
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A beast of an outdoor activity tracker
techradar.com
  • - 4.5
The Garmin Fenix 5X has an enormous number of features, a long-lasting battery and an attractive albeit heavy build. It's expensive, but for serious outdoor enthusiasts it's hard to beat.
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Garmin Fenix 5S review
wareable.com
  • - 4.5
The Garmin Fenix 5S is the Fenix 5 in an arguably better designed package. You'll still have support for a range of sports, from running to cycling to golf, and an impressive amount of granularity for the pros. There are some gripes, namely around the Connect app experience, and the optical heart rate sensor isn't quite hitting chest-strap level just yet. But it's an impressive package overall, and a Garmin watch you probably won't want to take off once your workout is done.
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The best multisport watch now comes with added smarts
expertreviews.co.uk
  • - 5
Garmin threw everything at the wall with the Fenix 5 Plus and most of it has stuck, with the new navigation and music features both having been terrifically implemented. Garmin Pay is still a bit of a dud and it’s a shame battery has taken a hit compared to the original Fenix 5, but any complaints I have about the Fenix 5 Plus after several months of testing it are small. Overall, it’s a sensational bit of kit that justifies its price, which is no small statement when you consider it costs £600. If you’re looking for the best multisport watch there is, look no further.
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Garmin Fenix 5 review
wareable.com
  • - 4.5
The Garmin Fenix 5 is a still a superb multisports watch, which successfully packages up every element of Garmin's incredible array of specialist devices. For those who demand the best from running, cycling, swimming, hiking and even golf it's an unbeatable device. Of course, there are downsides. The first is price, but the Garmin Fenix 5 is essentially a 6-in-1 device – more if you count the options offered by Garmin Connect IQ. Our only real gripe is the optical heart rate sensor, that unlike every other aspect of the Garmin Fenix 5, isn't the gold standard. But for the truly active, the Fenix 5 is the best on the market.
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