Garmin Fenix 5 Official Release Date

Garmin on January 4th, 2017 announced the following versions in its Fenix line of top of the line athletic watches. The organization uncovered the Fenix 5 and Fenix 5X, and the Fenix 5S, the primary top of the line Garmin watch outlined particularly for females.

Release Date of Garmin Fenix 5 is January 4th, 2017

Each of the three watches incorporate GPS and GLONASS to quantify pace, separation, speed and different measurements when running, biking and playing out an assortment of different exercises. The watches additionally include an optical heart-rate sensor, throughout the day fitness tracking (steps counted, calories, active time and sleep), and the capacity to show notifications from an iPhone or Android smartphone.

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The Fenix line is known for its long battery life and rugged design. The watches are water resistant to 100 meters (10ATM) and highlight a tough stainless steel bezel. Each of the three models will likewise last over a week in smartwatch mode.

Different components incorporate a three-axis compass, gyroscope, barometric altimeter, alongside a wide assortment of profiles, including running, biking, swimming, climbing, marathons, climbing, skiing, paddling and paddle loading up. These are additionally the main Garmin watches to bolster the organization’s new QuickFit discharge framework, which lets clients rapidly swap out bands with no tools needed.

Though Fenix 5 was officially announced to be released, devices are estimated to be available in the market in 4-8 weeks.

Check this post for the pros and cons of Fenix 5 and its difference from Fenix 3HR.

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