The RuggedGPS watch is built to endure the toughest environments. It was manufactured to US Military Standard 810 G for thermal, shock and water resistance. Multiple satellite global navigation systems help keep track of more difficult environments than justGPS. Train with activity profiles and monitor your heart rate. Stay connected with smart notifications and automatic data uploads to the online fitness community.
👤One of the buttons on my watch stopped working after less than a year. The button on the bottom left that I use everyday will no longer depress. I don't use this watch as much as an average person, I'm not running marathons with it. There is a I live at sea level and the altimeter doesn't work correctly. The way the barometer reacts with the pressure at sea level can't be accurately read. I got this because of it. There is a altimeter feature. I was ok to let that one go. I have not prompted it to do so, but I find it bringing itself to power save mode often. There is a Although I am not a marathon runner, I still spent the money on this watch because of its notification features, altimeter and durability. It does not push text notifications from my phone. It handles third party notifications without a problem. I can not see a preview of a regular text message. It tells the time, heart rate, steps, moon cycle, and the date with relative accuracy. You need to have the garmin app connected to your computer so you can get weather or music control. The stair counter is the same as the altimeter. I will randomly get my 10 stair goal notification after not climbing a single staircase in a day. There is a chance that one of the buttons will stop working and that you may not be able to use it how it is advertised. It looks rugged but I can't return it because the buttons can't live up to the name and I have a broken $150 watch in my drawer. Get a G-shock, it will tell the time and last for years with no issues.
👤If you don't like smart watches, you will love this watch, it's my favorite watch ever, and the battery lasts about a week without charge.
👤I've owned a number of vehicles, including the Instinct. The price of the Fenix 5 or 6 series was not something I could commit to. They did not offer enough features to upgrade my watch. Most of the features I would never use were there. I am a hiker who loves being in the woods. The Instinct was the perfect upgrade because of the Explore app. I can use the Explore app on my phone to view a detailed topographic map, even though the Instinct does not have maps. Send a waypoint to my watch. The Instinct is so light it's almost 888-270-6611 It's much easier to wear all day. It's on you. The button is not pressed accidentally. I put my pack on with the Fenix 3 and it accidentally got the gps button. Either stop my current activity or start one when it isn't wanted.
The watch case is 43mm and fits wrists with a circumference of 125-190mm. Up to five-day battery life in the smartwatch mode, and up to six hours in the gps and music modes. The broadest range of all-day health monitoring features keeps track of your energy levels, respiration, menstrual cycle, stress, sleep, estimated heart rate and more. You can easily download songs to your watch, and connect with headphones for phone-free listening, if you have a third-party music provider. With more than 20 indoor and outdoor sports apps, you can record all the ways to move. You can get easy-to- follow, animated cardio, strength, yoga and Pilates workouts on your watch screen.
👤I've been using fitness trackers for several years, starting with the Microsoft Band, Microsoft Band 2, and now the Garmin Venu. I like fitness-focused devices more than smart watches like the Apple Watch or theSamsungGalaxy Watch because I have never really seen the appeal of using a tiny screen on my wrist to read news or navigate a map. It's more important to me that the device tracks my sleep, heart rate, steps and workouts, and that it does all of those things, than it is to install add-ons or apps. I'm quite happy with my Venu after a couple weeks of ownership, but there are a few things that need to be fixed. The battery life is good. With the always on display mode disabled and pulse ox tracking enabled only while sleeping, I'm getting more than five days on a charge. The raise-to-wake function is responsive enough to not bother you, but you can also have the display on during activities only, which provides a compromise between maximum battery life and maximum ease of use. The accuracy of the gps device is generally good. It seems to be a noticeable improvement compared to the Fitbit Ionic, which was pretty good but had a tendency to cut corners. You can change the layout, order and number of screens on the workout display. I haven't made many changes yet, but I like having the option, and I like having multiple screens with several fields per screen, compared to the Ionic's limited selection. It seems like heart rate accuracy is great. DC Rainmaker's tests showed good results and it feels right to me. I like the fitness oriented features like auto step goal, and I haven't yet used the latter. It's one of the few devices that has a touch screen and I still prefer it. When it's raining or you're swimming, the Venu software seems well designed to avoid the problems that can be caused by the finnicky touch on fitness devices. There's no way to stop an activity using the touch screen, which is a common problem on Apple Watches. The watch has built-in support for a lot of different activities, all of which have first-class support on the Garmin Connect website and also sync properly with Strava. The biggest annoyances with the Fitbit Ionic were that it lacked support for skiing and snowboarding, and that the website wouldn't export activities without gps data. In the weatherwidget, phone notifications seem to work reliably. It's nice to have a weather app that works now that the weather app on my device never worked. There are third party apps on the Connect IQ store. I haven't used it yet, but I like the idea of being able to add custom data fields to activities. The price! $400 is a lot of money, especially when you can get an Apple Watch series 3 for less than $200. Although I have a lot of gripes about the watch, it's still a pretty good watch if you don't mind some of the activity-specific limitations. I wouldn't buy into their system now that they've been bought by Google. You can't distinguish between normal bike rides and eBike rides in Connect because there is no eBike activity. Even though it supports many different types of cycling, you can't set this later on the website. Even though other devices with the same gps chip and accelerometer support open water swimming, there is no open water swimming support. I don't think there's any reason this watch couldn't support open water swimming, but it's not a price difference. It feels anachronistic that Apple always releases new WatchOS updates to older devices, and it's annoying that Garmin does this. The software features that could have been included on this device are not included. Since they're licensing these features from FirstBeat, they probably pay more per feature, but at least giving us the option to pay for that extraFunctionality without dropping another $200+ on a Fenix device would have been nice. The Fenix 6 series does not have a glance view. When you're looking for a specific one, scrolling through a lot of different things can be a challenge. The sleep tracking accuracy is not very good. It's more of an art than a science when it comes to determining sleep quality, but it seems that Fitbit is better at it. I get readings from a finger-clip device, and "Body Battery" seems to be useless. There is no way to separate notifications from other apps. You have to manually enable other apps to prevent you from getting dozens of notifications on your wrist, but that is clever by Fitbit, which only defaults to calls and texts and maybe a few others. It's either on or off with the device. The notifications for most apps just show a generic icon based on the app's category, rather than the actual app icon, which is what Fitbit shows. TheGorilla Glass screen doesn't seem to be very strong. Even though I've been taking extra care not to damage my new toy, I have a small scratch on it. Buy a screen guard. The Connect IQ Store app has been broken since I got the watch. The main app is not working. You can install apps from the Connect IQ website. I don't really care about smartwatch apps, but the Connect IQ app ecosystem is not good, and a lot of the apps have poor design. That might seem like a lot of "cons" for a 4-star review, but they're not. The Venu feels like an upgrade from my previous watch, and I would recommend it to anyone looking for a fitness-focused watch at a reasonable price point. $400 is still a bit of money for a smart watch, but the Venu is affordable compared to the MARQ series, and it is still reasonable. If you're looking for a more detailed analysis from a more serious athlete, check out DC Rainmaker's impressions, I won't link to it, but if you search for "Garmin Venu with AMOLED Display: Everything You Ever Wanted", you'll find it
The design is built to military standards. Night vision compatibility is one of the tactical features. You can navigate your world with multi-GNSS support. You can measure running and cycling performance in ways you didn't know were possible. When you pair your phone with a smart feature, it will include payment, music, and notifications. Don't be limited by the battery life. You can get up to 21 days in the mode. Tactix Delta; Charging/Data Cable; Documentation were included.
👤It was difficult for me to buy this because of the high price. They are basically the same when compared to the Fenix 6X. The tactix line is more rugged. This watch is great. The battery life is amazing. It says "21 days" after a full charge. This watch is designed for you to be able to survive off the grid for weeks at a time, but it should be coupled with a phone to make use of all the bells and whistles. Leave your cell phone at home. You will not get lost. You would be set forever if you took along a small solar charge.
👤I am in the army. I run. I lift. I do physical activity. I swim. I moved. I use this watch for 7 days a week. This is a great watch if you are into fitness. I love how I can track my progress. This is a good watch for land navigation. The features on this are really good. I am still learning how to use it. It was almost too advanced for a dumb 13B like me.
👤It is not very durable for something that is expensive, multisport, and is targeted at the military. There are a few scratches on the DLC. I only had it for a couple of months.
👤I got this a month ago and I feel I understand it enough to give a review. It took me about a week to get used to all the drop down menus. I am still working on this watch, it has a lot of things you can personalize. I had a similar device, but it was much more straight forward. This watch is perfect for some people but it will be a head ache for others as it has too many things and it is not so friendly. The strength training part of the app has too many things for me to get used to. Running, biking, and swimming are great. The altimeter is very accurate, but sometimes it messes up. Sleep and stress are very straight forward. I find it pretty accurate when I don't have a watch, but it knows my battery is low, so that's cool. The gps works well. It works great. happy with the watch It is not for everyone.
👤I made a change after using several versions of the Apple Watch. I think the Apple Watch is a great piece of tech, and that's why I changed my mind about it. I like the way the Tactix Delta looks, but I wanted something more durable. I am aware that the Apple Watch will have a huge advantage in terms of integration with an iPhone because Apple makes both, makes the software for both, etc... The battery life is amazing. I track my fitness data and get several weeks on one charge if not longer, but I don't use many notifications. The tracking of the gps device has worked well. I haven't been able to get it out on any trails yet. You can review the data in the app on your phone. You have to have the software on your phone to track data. If it's not running, you can open it again. Not a huge deal, but of course not as simple as Apple. If you don't care about the looks of the Tactix and don't need any specific features, the current model of the Fenix 6 would be a better option. The Tactix Delta only comes in the size of the Fenix 6x, which is much larger than the 44mm Apple Watch. I was worried it would be too large. I like the size. I'm not a big person. I don't have long arms or big wrists. After a day or two, I got used to it and don't think it's too big. I would like to see the Apple Watch connected to the software of the Garmin, which would make it the ultimate watch, with its looks and durability. Maybe a future iteration! If you don't need all the notifications or the great screen of the Apple Watch, or are looking for something built more for outdoors/activities/adventure, then the Apple Watch is a good option. The watch itself has always been a bit more fragile than the Garmin, so it would be a great option for you. If you like notifications on your wrist that syncs well with your phone, I think the Garmin would be a great piece of tech to have. My two cents for a very average user... I am not a marathon runner, but I enjoy being active and trying new technology.
The solar charging lens uses custom power manager modes to achieve weekslong battery life. Carry out the mission, and train with a rugged yet sophisticated watch, featuring an always-on 1.4” display with black DLC-coated bezel and nylon band. There are ski maps for 2,000 ski resorts worldwide, multi-GNSS support and advanced navigation sensors. Applied Ballistics Elite software calculates aiming solutions for long-range shooting. Jumpmaster mode, waypoint projection, dual-position format, stealth mode and kill switch are some of the tactical features.
👤I think a lot of people rate products without actually using them. If you are going to spend $1200 on a watch and not give it a review until after the honeymoon, then you should. I have had this watch for a couple months now and I am completely underwhelmed by the price. I bought it because I work in blue collar crummy conditions that ruin my glass and cause me to watch with dirt, dust, high chlorine water, herbicides and insecticides all corrosive. I don't want to charge a watch with Frequency. I am outside for 5 days a week. As I type this review, I am charging my watch. The battery life is under 21 days. I have a HR monitor that is always on, without a gps or pulse ox. The watch band is terrible. It will leave a rash if you put it on too tight in the first month. If you wear it in the shower take it off. You will get a nasty soap rash if you don't. Do not buy this watch if you want accurate altitude measurement. I don't know where garmin gets its altitude measurement maps, but they are not accurate to anything I have in my area, based off our actual elevation land study. I don't trust the heart rate monitor as it is unreliable and unreliable to other methods of measuring heart rate. The app and software calculations for the calories burned is something I wanted the most with garmin. I use it to calculate against my calories for the week to see how far I've come. I believe it to be consistent. The notifications make the watch better. I can't get my phone out of my pocket fast enough. I like to see if a text will stop me from doing what I am doing. You can make your own responses. It should have the same ability as an apple watch with phone calls and voice text. I don't think the watch is very intuitive and it could use a refresh on the OS. I don't use the app as there is so much garbage. It needs to be more tailored to what I want. I think this watch is a hot blonde. She looks good and everyone is jealous, but she's mostly useless and comes with a price tag. I give it 3 stars if you have $1200 and are impulsive.
👤It was over priced for what it would do.
👤Only charge this once every two weeks. It seems to track health metrics better than any Apple Watch. I use the maps and the gps while hunting. I haven't tried the app yet. I am very happy with this watch.
👤A beautiful designed watch that does a lot and lasts a long time. It is a bit pricey. It is well worth it. I'll have this watch for a long time. Thank you for that!
👤I only wore it for a few hours. I have a small wrist. About 150. I did a few tests on the watch and it was very accurate. It looked like a frisbee on my arm, as much as I wanted to keep it. It is big. I liked it more than the Apple Watch, but I looked like a fool wearing it. For those who can rock it, a great watch, but for small guys like me, it's a bit too much. It was a quick return. For a watch of this value.
1 x Instinct Solar (Tactical Edition), Moss, 1 x Charging/data cable, and 1x Wearable4U 2 in 1 Black EarBuds + Power Pack are in the box. Water-rated to 100 meters and constructed to U.S. military standard 810 for thermal, shock and water resistance, the wristwatch boasts solar charging. Track your activity by tracking heart rate, stress, estimated sleep, and pulse ox to see how your body uses energy. Dedicated tactical features, such as night vision compatibility, waypoint projection and dual-positionGPS format, provide a new level of performance. You can go dark by disabling wireless communication and data sharing. Wearable4U 2 in 1 EarBuds + Power Pack contains Wearable4U Power Bank 1500 mAh. Their Wearable4U 2in1 keeps your watches charged at all times and lets you listen to your music during sports activities. Earbuds Pro! Wearable4U 2 in 1 EarBuds + Power Pack contains Wearable4U Power Bank 1500 mAh. Their Wearable4U 2in1 keeps your watches charged at all times and lets you listen to your music during sports activities. Earbuds Pro!
👤The Instinct is a feature-packed watch that takes a while to learn, but it is a well-designed piece of tech that is fun to use. The screen and features are very flexible. Various functions can be accessed via hot keys. I recommend getting some of the circular screen protectors that are advertised on Amazon along with the watch, because it is not inexpensive. I got a pack of screen protectors and plugs to cover the charging port on the back of the watch. If you don't cover that port, you will accumulate gunk. I know that the watch is solar powered, but I would like to know when the light is enough to charge it. It doesn't. It seems to charge slower than the battery drain. That could be unavoidable. I have experience with solar watches that charge very slowly. If you need to charge your Instinct, it is best to put it into battery saver mode first and leave it alone in a well-lit area.
👤Although this watch has a lot of useful features, it does not run completely on solar power, as do other solar watches from other manfacturers. The solar charging features of the watch are only capable of extending the battery life by 10% under ideal conditions, after being completely charged through a wall sockets with the charging cable, according to the support team at the company. The ideal conditions to achieve 10% improvement are when the watch is worn outside in the sun. The solar charging capability of the watch is close to zero. This watch's poor solar charging performance was attributed to its features that other "solar watches" don't have, such asGPS-based functions related to being a miliary parachute jump master. If you don't have any missions that take you to places where you can use the charging cable for more than a few days, those features are useless. I keep the watch because of the features, but anyone else who buys it will know that it doesn't run as long on solar power as it should. The limitations were not included in the advertising that I saw on the websites before I bought the watch. I was expecting more for the price.
👤After having for a month, overall very pleased. I had this watch for about a month. I had been wearing an iwatch daily for three years but decided to switch to the instinct solar. I have not been disappointed. The watch has the same features but in a different orientation. You need the solar power feature for it to be worth it. When fully charged, the battery life is four days, with all the dormant features running constantly. There are features such as heart rate and sleep monitoring. The watch is being used as a walking monitor. It's not easy to set up quickly and get going, it's harder to turn it off than it should be.
👤You should not pair the earbuds with your order. These earbuds are not good. The drum beat from music will not hit simultaneously if they cut out. It's very frustrating to have them cutting out. That's what it's being said. Everything it advertises is on the watch. It works very well. The navigation is spot on. 5 people on watch. There is a star on earbuds.
The RuggedGPS watch is built to endure the toughest environments. The standard for thermal, shock and water resistance is U.S. Military standard 810G. Multiple global navigation satellite systems (GPS, Glonass and Galileo) support helps track in more challenging environments. Train with activity profiles and monitor your heart rate. Silicone is the material of the strap. Automatic data uploads to the online fitness community and smart notifications with a compatible phone are some of the things you can do to stay connected. Use the trackback feature to navigate the same route back to your starting point, and use the explore website and app to plan your trips in advance. Up to 14 days in the watch mode, up to 16 hours in the gps mode, and up to 40 hours in the Ultratrac battery saver mode.
👤I have been on a frustrating activity tracker and smart watch journey. I was looking for something that didn't seem right. I like to hunt, hike, bike, and occasionally run. An accurate altimeter, barometer, andGPS are things that are very important to me. The first thing I bought was the Fenix 3 HR. I thought I had found the one that was impressive in the beginning. The issue was the altimeter. It wasn't accurate. I waited for the Fenix 5. Same issue. It was worse than the 3. I was told to put the watch in warm soapy water. I continued to experience the same issue even after this seemed to reset it back to normal. I decided not to put my watch in a warm glass of soapy water every night. The 5 plus appeared to solve the issues. But then, garmin made a change to the Instinct. This watch has caught my eye so far. It is light and comfortable. The Fenix watches are large and heavy to wear. You forget you are wearing a watch. The features are great. It has everything I need. I don't care about some of the measurements the Fenix gives you. Some people have commented on the display. I don't agree. It would be similar to E Ink from a book. It is a pleasure to look at and readable. It is black and white. The keys are easy to use. The menus are very fast. You can use the settings to get where you want. The buttons are very good and I have not accidentally pressed one while bending my wrist. The accuracy of the ABC sensors is still being tested but so far it is looking great. I can not say enough about this watch. It seems like a great model from Garmin that will fit in with the niche hunting/outdoors market. I will give an update in a month. I have had this watch for a few weeks and have taken it on several hunting trips. I am very impressed with this watch. This watch is light and comfortable. I think I forgot how nice it is to wear a watch that you forget is attached to your wrist, because I have been wearing heavier watches over the years. I didn't like wearing my watches to bed. I would get into my wrist because it was too bulky. Tracking seems to be accurate. When you are tracking an activity, the attitude has been accurate. What I like about this watch is it is comfortable. It is lightweight and responsive. Menus and screen. The buttons arecessed to avoid Accidental Presses. I only have a few complaints and suggestions to improve the watch. When you lock the keys, you can hold any button for a short time in order tounlock the watch. The amount of time it takes to hold the button is too long. It takes about half a second for it to be unlocked currently. This is a small complaint. The screen is a proprietary material. I would like it to be a display made of sapphires. You can't tell if there is a screen protector on the face because I put one on it. The battery indicator should show a percentage as opposed to the 5 bars in a battery indicator. It would be nice if they changed that. Please ask me questions. I would be happy to answer. Over the years, I've done a lot of research on these watches and believe I have finally found the perfect watch for my needs. I've used all of the watches. This is my favorite watch. An absolutely great watch is still available. Every single day, this watch is on my wrist. It is still very comfortable. I have had a couple issues that I will address. It is a button on the watch. The watch was still under warranty. The watch was replaced quickly. They received an A+ for their customer service. I would be SOL if it had gone out after the warranty period. I think it is a one year warranty. I use this watch a lot. It is always worn. It has held up very well. I still think it is an amazing watch for the price. The lock feature on the watch is one of the issues I stated in the review. You can lock the screen. It is very easy to get it unlocked by bending your wrist and hitting a button. This could be a simple fix. The amount of time required to press a button is not a problem. It doesn't happen very often. It can be very frustrating if it does during an activity. This will be my last update. I will buy another watch whenever this one dies because it has been an amazing watch for me. I hope the watch continues to be improved. All the boxes are checked for my needs.
The Amazfit T-Rex Pro comes with a 1.3" HD AMOLED always-on color screen, which is always on, and the outer bezel undergoes a metal-spraying process, which enhances the rich texture of the light 60g watch body. The smart watch can battle through hot deserts, humid rainforest and polar glaciers. Witness endurance that thrives in the elements. The Amazfit T-Rex Pro is a high-level exploration partner that supports four global navigation satellite systems, a blood-oxygen saturation measurement system, a heart rate monitor, a sleep monitor, and a sunrise and sunset monitor. You can enjoy up to 18 days of activity and progress with typical usage, or up to 9 days with heavy usage, or up to 40 hours with a continuous working mode. T-Rex Pro watch is a must have. The Amazfit T-Rex Pro smart watch is water resistant to a depth of up to 100 meters and can accompany you as you surf, swim, or explore the mysterious underwater world together. The Amazfit T-Rex Pro fitness watch has over 100 sports modes and can be used to monitor critical data such as workout heart rate, distance traveled, movement speed, and calories burned in real time for most sports modes. The Amazfit T-Rex Pro smart watch can alert you of incoming text messages and calls, as well as scheduled alarms and events. It can easily control music.
👤3 stars. The watch/app/phone won't allow the update. The watch is not on the phone. I have reset the watch 3 times. The watch has a great screen and cool watch faces. I am very disappointed in the issues I am having. Will send it back.
👤This is a fake exercise smart watch. It won't tell you the actual time and you can't set the time anywhere. It's not programmed to take into account different time zones. What a watch that can't tell time. It freezes up when trying to figure out what the interface is. It won't connect to the internet. It feels cheap. Get a garmin. I am tired of this happening with my purchases.
👤I got my replacement T Rex Pro yesterday evening and it was fully charged by 8pm the next day. I lost 30% in less than 24 hours, the battery life on these suck, I haven't used gps or any fitness tracking, just wore it after it was fully charged, and wore it to work the next day. Amazfit doesn't care about battery life, so don't buy it. You will get 4 days with little to no use. If the second one does the same, I will have lost 30% of my watch in a day and a half. 9 days? How? It was left on the table on battery save mode. This is ridiculous and a shame. Update: May 15th 2021. I reduced my original 5 star review to a 2 star review because of a major issue. The watch was delivered to me at 5pm on Tuesday May 11th. I fully charged the watch by 6:30pm after a few days of moderate usage, I assumed nothing more than normal use, and I had a lot of outdoor activities. I only used the fitness tracking once for an hour of walking, I don't want to have to worry about the charge on this during a weekend or longer, I'm someone who does a lot of activities outdoors, like hiking and camping, I don't want to have to I have all day heart and stress monitoring on, but I don't have that on the sensitive setting because I don't have that on display. All notifications were on when I wore the watch, but I may have checked my SPo2 three or four times. I am not very popular so my watch is not always going off with an alert. I don't know what else I can do to increase the battery life because I feel like turning off features would be counter productive to having this device. I think I may have received a lemon battery. The battery life is one of the main selling points, and to me it was one of the main selling points, I got 2 or 3 times longer battery life from the Amazfit Bip U I previously purchased. It is two stars because of the price and the battery life being one of its best selling points. The watch is amazing, looks great and works great. I have only had the T Rex Pro for a day but I am so excited that I will be buying it on May 11th. The watch is light but feels good, the band is nice, I have small wrists, and I love a watch with a lot of room for a wrist of any size. I used a screen protectors to protect the watch glass from fingerprints, but it still looks good, and it resists finger prints, like the daily ones. The build and quality of this watch is very nice. It was definitely pleased with that part. The functions speak for themselves, between everything the watch and app have to offer this set up will cover just about anything, that's all I have to say. Swiping around feels clean, responsive and all motions look great, this can be tailored for any preference of options to be where you want them. If you want to see the apps first, prioritize them. The buttons make it easier to navigate the features of this Beaut in situations where you can't use the touch screen. I would like to see more watch faces to choose from. The Pro version has only been out for a few months, but I am sure they will release more in the near future. I lost 15% of my battery in the first 5ish hours of wearing this, but the screen brightness is not a problem. The brightness will take the charge away very quickly. If you wear a watch that shines like the northern star, then you should expect to charge it every 3 days. Simple replies to text messages for one would be great, I haven't used this enough yet to really discuss this subject, but I think they could improve. It would be great if they could have a voice control or talk to text option on the T Tex Pro. This watch/fitness tracker is amazing and I am very pleased with it. If you are like me and have been watching this watch on here and on the internet, I have a message for you: just buy it.
A screen dedicated to outdoor sports, no need to worry about strong sunlight, is one of the features of the MultifunctionGPS watch. Stay connected with notifications and automatic data uploads to record your activity and set the watch. Other features include a compass, a heart rate monitor, and a gps Logger. When outdoors, connect with the satellite to see the latitude, longitude and elevation. Up to 7 days in normal mode and up to 13 hours in gps mode. Silicone is the strap material. Up to 7 days in normal mode and up to 13 hours in gps mode. Silicone is the strap material.
👤Terrible! The temperature is always 25 degrees and the heart rate is the same. Read the directions while watching several videos. The watch looked good but didn't do anything other than tell time.
👤The design of smart sport watches is really user friendly. My son has always had issues with his watches, bracelets, and batteries, and this model can help him in one digital sport model. A cool design is great for teenagers and men. The frame and colors are nice and easy to operate.
👤I bought the watch because someone asked if it could display MGRS. And they said yes. I don't think the people who are selling this know anything about MGRS. It's a nice watch for the money I haven't tested out completely. The interface is awkward and manual is not clear on how to calibrate the compass. It's cool. It isn't no garmin or Sunto. It's annoying that a gps watch doesn't adjust my clock.
👤The back lighting works great day or night. The integration of the app and the accuracy of the results being accumulated were the main issues with the watch. I would give it 3.5 to 4 stars. Functionality is easy. It can be difficult to use buttons at first, but you can learn them and use them.
👤Everything is done in metric form, which is the only complaint I have about this item. There is no way to change that. The battery life is great and the gps is accurate. A great unit for the money.
👤It's a good idea to watch for the money. The watch is only metric. converts to Imperial. The distance measured seems to vary. It was easy to connect to the phone. The app is easy to use. Only had 2 times to contact customer service, the first and the second time, they were still waiting. It is on par with other men. Service. There is a If you like metric, it is a good watch and does everything that more expensive watches do. If the watch could be reprogrammed or converted to Imperial, I wouldn't be looking for a replacement. It is an aging redneck thing.
👤I love this watch, but I don't like it. For the price, you can't go wrong with this watch.
👤I purchased a difficult to navigate watch and it didn't work. The watch is very light but some features did not work.
A compass points the way, a barometer tells the Trend in air pressure, and an altimeter tracks your movement. The weather trend indicator is built into the barometer. The functions are as follows: compass, temperature, steps track, alarm, and back light. The bulit has a nylon band, a case and a watch. There is a note. The watch is heavy. A built-in Swiss high precision sensor and 18 months long battery life help you do all kinds of indoor and outdoor sports. It is a great companion for many activities.
👤I never go for the high dollar ones at the gun club because they always get damaged there, and I go through tactical training there occasionally. The blow back of high caliber rifles seems to suck out the watches as well. I heard from a friend that there are tactical watches, and I found this one with really nice specifications, and it looked good as well. It looks and feels like a nice piece of hardware. The buttons are well made and not cheap, but they push cleanly and accurately, which is a big plus when wearing tactical gloves. The barometer, altimeter and temperature readings are awesome and I love them all. When I adjust my scope for the round that I am firing, I need to find a place where the elevation is needed. A good way to double check is in the field. Even with night glares, the light is bright enough to see perfectly. I love the watch band, it matches my gear perfectly. My eyes are not what they used to be, and I can make this watch without my eye glasses, which is a big perk for me. I can't see the time because most watches are packing all the features into the face. I am very happy with the purchase of this watch, I could not find any cons with it.
👤I have been able to start hiking in the fall. I have been wearing a hiking watch for over a month. I like gadgets but they don't hold up during mini-expeditions in the Northern Michigan elements. I wear it whenever I do outdoor sports. This watch is used for attention at work. The cakcity watch has a great looking military style, the watch body and wrist band are black. It has a big face and big digitals that are clear to read. The design style of the watch is compatible with my clothing. It is very attractive to me. I mostly use the ABC functions when I ride mountain bikes, swim, and hike. The metal compass and garmin gps were tested against the compass. The Barometer and the Altimeter do not change much in my terrain. To measure the ambient temperature, I simply remove the watch and let it stay on. The double buckle design is easy to remove. This watch has all the functions I need. If you use a different shipping address to send this watch as a gift, you and the person receiving it will not be disappointed. The presentation of the watch when you open it gets a wow factor and raised eyebrows because of the expensive appearance of the gift box. This is a tactical watch.
👤It's a great looking watch, but it's not good because it's hard to read in any lighting.
👤Functions work well. The watch is heavy and can be abused. I replaced the NATO band with a survival bracelet because one of the watch pin springs broke. I have had no problems with the watch being in salt and fresh water.
Smaller-sized multisportGPS watch has an always-on 1.2” display, long battery life, and a new ultratough athletic design with fiber-reinforced polymer case. The button controls that work in any environment are matched with a responsive touchscreen interface for quick and easy access to selections. You can take your training to the next level with built-in sports apps. You can get a wrist-based heart rate, stress, and sleep tracking device, but it is not a medical device. The built-in sensors for the 3-axis compass, gyro and barometric altimeter allow you to navigate the outdoors. Download TopoActive maps for any region to keep your explorations on track, and check out preloaded maps for thousands of golf courses and ski resorts worldwide. Enjoy everyday style with access to smart notifications when you use a compatible phone, music storage, and their Garmin Pay solution in supported countries and payment networks. The battery can be used in a variety of ways, from 11 days in the smartwatch mode to 37 hours in the gps mode.
👤1. Vo2 was almost instantly detected. Batter life is crazy. Absolutely amazing 3. The middle left button is the best way to scroll. I will be used to it after a couple of rides. 5 is better than the gps. The model going from standard to X is much bigger than you might think. The watch is much larger than my 6. If a 7 solar was available, I would go that direction. The EPIC is amazing if battery life isn't your primary concern. The screen is much nicer. I want a watch because we do a lot of camping and travel. I don't need a cord. 7. You can't do much from the phone when changing data fields. I have a hunch that an update will fix the problem, but right now I get functions that only say on watch. There are 8. Still need a chest strap for certain tests, and no great way to get cycling vo2 without a power meter.
👤I'm really impressed by everything it does and how well it works. A huge fan of the transflective screen. It looks like a normal watch indoors. I can check it in bed. It's beautiful outside. If you use a streaming music service and want to play it on your watch, it needs a fix. It can play music, but it can't play a specific song. Instead, it can only do a single playlist from start to finish or random on shuffle. You pick a list and hope you get the songs you want to hear. Fix that, and it's perfect.
👤I've been using the Fenix 5S+ for more than 3 years. I returned the Fenix 6s because it doesn't support Asian languages. I ordered the Fenix 7s solar the next day. Let me tell you about the differences among these generations. Part 1. The battery life of the 7 is much longer than the 5. Three weeks is more than five weeks. This is huge, but I think it's mostly from better power management. I wear it for 24 hours and never take it off. I swim three days a week. I time my swim by the time I get to the beach. 10% of the battery is often brushed off by it. The 7 takes 4% off the charge. 7 is less than 5. See the pictures. This is huge. I can see the difference on the wrist. The dimensions are almost the same. 3. 7 now reads the rate of breathing and the amount of oxygen in the blood. All languages are included in 7. You have to buy 5 or 6 in the country with your desired language. The watch you buy in the USA can't read anything written in Chinese. That was ridiculous. I'm happy that it's 21st century now. There is a touch screen. Most of the time, I don't use it. It is possible that I need it when I view maps. The touch screen helps to zoom in and out. If not completely useless, viewing map on 5 is quite painful. Part 2. There is no difference between the two generations other than the touch screen. Most languages are supported by 7 and 6 don't. If you don't need other language support and don't use map often, you can grab a Fenix 6 instead. It would save you a lot of money when it's on sale. Part 3. I expected a few things but didn't get them. Wireless charging is available. Plug-in charging isn't necessary nowadays. Data transfer is not the reason. 2. There is a rumor that a band is charging. It isn't easy, but that would be a giant step. 3. I would like the screen contrast to be as good as 5. The white is not that white and all other colors are faint. It is worthUpgrading from Fenix 5 but not so much from 6. I returned my first 7. All the sensors were shut down. It's usually triggered by swimming. All of a sudden, the watch wouldn't work unless you restart it. It happened three times in three weeks. The replacement didn't have that issue for a week.
The main functions are Pedometer, calories, timer, Metronome, and atmospheric pressure measurement. A compass, dual time, 2 sets of alarm, date/week, hourly chime, 50M waterproof,super backlight are some of the things. The compass is a great sports watch for hiking or wilderness survival, they will calibrate it during production. It is better to calibrate it manually or automatically. The weather forecast shows local pressure and sea level pressure. The symbols indicate the weather. The units can be switched between Fahrenheit and Celsius. Military tactical watch can be used for tactical training, hiking, swimming or any outdoor sports. Great looking with military style. This is a tactical watch. It has a solid, durable and rugged case, diameter 50.0mm/1.96inch, durable and breathable nylon band, and is suitable for wrist from 7.08 to 9.45 inches, big watch face with large numbers. It's easy to read for time.
👤It seems like a great deal for the price and all of the features you get with this watch. It feels high quality and durable because it has some weight to it. The numbers on the screen are not as bright as I 888-276-5932s would suggest. The first half of the instruction manual is in Chinese and I'm not sure how it will hold up in the long run, but I'm hopeful. The elevation and barometer features seem to be accurate.
👤The price is $13 higher than on their website. Was it for shipping? Something doesn't add up with Amazon prime. It feels like a $30 watch if everything works the way it should.
👤I have been looking at watches and reading reviews of the product and thought I would purchase the AvTrek. After talking with customer service, they sent me a new watch after I noted the compass was reading north for south and east for west. I bumped the new watch after receiving it. It has fallen off my wrist several times since. I contacted customer service and they told me it was too late to return my watch. Several people have had the same issues, that's what I see from the reviews.
👤I like the way the watch looks. The band that they sent was cheap. The face of the watch dogs is not up when it is cold. It goes away when it warms up. It makes me think that it has some sort of liquid inside.
👤The battery was dead when it arrived. I replaced it and found that the functions were correct and the step counter didn't work at all. After an hour, the watch would reset the times and alarms on its own. The watch looks good, but it didn't work.
👤The watch is larger than I expected, it requires all the settings to be baselined, so keep that in mind, the watch is not ready out of the box. The barometric / air pressure is hard to get precise since the altimeter send to be about 10 feet. I don't know if I'm calibrating the compass correctly but it's definitely off and the manual is broken English and there is a business card insert that "translates" the functions, I don't think I would buy it again.
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👤I'm happy with the price of the watch. This watch performs many functions. I don't think features accuracy is always accurate for accurate reading. Time active, steps, weekly recordings are features that are important to me. If you're looking for a closed system where you're ok with a few quirks on features, this is a good watch. If you want accurate data and activity, you need a connected watch. There is one more thing. condensation is present when I'm hiking. Once covered from the sun, it disappears. Again... quirks.
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