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Garmin Fenix 6 Sapphire (Ti Gray w/ Orange Fenix 6 Quick Fit Wristband)

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Add mapping, music, intelligent pace planning, and plenty, plenty more to your workouts with the Fēnix 6 Sapphire multisport GPS watch. A first-of-its-kind PacePro™ feature helps keep your pacing strategy on track — providing grade-adjusted guidance as you run a course, plus environmentally adjusted VO2 max and training status estimates. This watch is designed for a diversity of activities, with preloaded TOPO maps and an enhanced wrist heart rate monitor with Pulse Ox sensing of blood oxygen saturation. Control how various settings and sensors impact battery life, so you can make battery-extending changes on the fly, and saving battery life. Sapphire editions add the quality and durability of a scratch-resistant sapphire lens and other premium materials. Designed for all-day wearability and versatility, this device puts advanced training status, running/cycling dynamics and environmentally adjusted VO2 max estimates right at your fingertips.

Features:
  • Fit for performance with sophisticated design that features an always-on 1.3” (18% larger than previous fēnix models) sunlight-readable display with bezels in stainless steel, titanium or diamond-like carbon (DLC) coating
  • Enhanced wrist heart rate and Pulse Ox sensing of blood oxygen saturation to support advanced sleep monitoring and altitude acclimation at high elevations
  • A first-of-its-kind PacePro™ system for grade-adjusted pace guidance throughout your activity plus environmentally adjusted VO2 max and training status estimates 
  • Navigate the outdoors with preloaded TOPO maps, ski maps for over 2,000 worldwide ski resorts
  • Multiple global navigation satellite system (GPS, GLONASS and Galileo) support 
  • Built-in sensors for 3-axis compass; gyroscope and barometric altimeter 
  • Garmin Pay™ payments compatible (not all countries and payment networks are eligible)
  • Music storage with premium streaming service support 
  • Smart notifications (when paired with a compatible smartphone)
Specifications:
Battery performance: Up to 14 days in smartwatch mode, up to 10 hours in GPS and music mode, up to 28 days in expedition GPS activity mode, and up to 48 days in battery saver watch mode
Lens material: Sapphire Crystal
Bezel material: Titanium
Case material: Fiber-reinforced polymer with metal rear cover
Strap material: Silicone
Display: 1.3" (33.02 mm diameter) 
Weight: 72g 
Water rating: 10 ATM/100 meters  
Memory: 32GB 

Note: The data provided by this device is intended to be a close estimation of activity and metrics tracked, but may not be precisely accurate 
Also, this is not a medical device and is not intended for use in the diagnosis or monitoring of any medical condition
Music streaming may require a premium subscription with a third-party music provider

This product was added to our catalog on August 29, 2019

Verified Owner
Sunday, Oct 20 2019 (2 days ago)
Garmin Fenix 6 Sapphire (Ti Gray w/ Orange Fenix 6 Quick Fit Wristband)
This is my third F6 Pro. The first two were the F6 Sapphire. Both had button problems where the Start/stop button stopped working within a week. Apparently Garmin still has some hardware or assembly issues going back to the F5 and also the new 945 (numerous post in their forums). This version is perfect so far and so is the software. I have a few Garmin products including the Vivoactive 3 Music, two bike computers and two handheld GPS units. If you exercise or spend more time outside you know that Garmin's are built for outside activities first and smartwatch stuff second. This is the most expensive watch I ever bought and have been considering the F5 Plus for since last Christmas so when I saw the F6 was out I looked at the differences between the two and decided to go with the F6. This watch does just about everything except phone ET. I am still figuring out a lot of things and suggest reading up on the Garmin website about the different features. You could really write a book about all the features this watch has. I was a little concerned about the weight but the Titanium version is so light I hardly know it is on my wrist. If you have the money, or do not mind a little debt, this watch will take care of your exercise needs for years to come. What would like to see when Garmin does the F6 Plus is a full LTE version to include a microphone and speaker on the watch. Yes it will impact battery life, but I have LTE on AW5 and AW4 before that, and it does become life changing when you can leave your phone at home and not worry about it.
Verified Owner
Tuesday, Sep 17 2019 (5 weeks ago)
Garmin Fenix 6 Sapphire (Ti Gray w/ Orange Fenix 6 Quick Fit Wristband)
I love this watch! I previously was using the Garmin Forerunner 735XT. I mostly do Mountain Biking, but also do some running.
Pros:
- The battery life is amazing! I did a 4.5 hr race with navigation and the battery was still 80% when I completed!
- I got lost during a race and easily found my way back using the map and auto "breadcrumbs" feature.
- I never thought I'd use the Spotify music, but have learned it's one of my favorite new features: I no longer have to take my bulky phone on my runs. It paired easily with my EarPods and Sony Bluetooth Headphones.
- During races, I found it helpful to use the watch for navigation and my Garmin Edge 1030 for cycling data.
- The WiFi uploading is convenient.
- There are some great watch faces out there... my favorite is "AdjustableAnalogRebirth" by bine8x8.
- Alarm clock! I wish my Forerunner had that.
- Every menu, activity, etc is fully customizable. After about three hours of tweaking, I have it exactly as I want.
Cons:
- It did not come with Cycle Maps nor the City Navigator® North America NT maps. The included topo map is still pretty functional, though.
- It charges slowly. It takes around two hours to charge from 50%.
- My wrist occasionally gets tiny sores from the wrist band, but I expect that to get better as I get used to the heavier watch.