A large color display. More, Bigger and Better. The Uwatch 5 has a large color display and 2.5D curved glass that makes it easier to see. This watch has an aircraft-grade aluminum bezel and silicone strap, which makes it comfortable to wear. Uwatch 5 can combine two of the three different positioning systems to offer more accurate, faster and precise positioning during outdoor workout. You can take a photo on the watch or control music with the Smart Assistant. The watch can read message notifications. The Weather forecast, Flashlight, Find My Phone, and Alarm are some of the other features that are available. Your personal health tracker is your blood oxygen. Monitoring, high precision real-time heart rate monitoring, sleep monitoring and health reminders. All are indicators of your health. They track your health. Smart watch for phones. The Uwatch 5 is compatible with most of the above phones, but only displays the latest three messages. The hand-free lifestyle can be accomplished by reminding yourself of the watch.
👤Nice watch. It is very comfortable to wear. It's a nice complement to my Ear Buds. I like Umidigi because it has very affordable prices and excellent quality, I buy two or more of their products, one for me and one for a friend. The watch's functions are great. I have had watches from Umidigi before and they keep getting more features. I have to check if I can put different faces on it. When you press the upper button, it will give you a list of the different features on the watch. The difference sports/athletics functions can be seen if you press the bottom button. I wouldn't recommend it as a medical device, but the functions such as Sleep, Heart Rate, Step Count are very accurate. I use the one from my phones, not the charging cable. I don't know what scenario this would be useful in, but it has an optional feature that leaves the screen on for 5 minutes. The music player is responsive. I'm sure I'll buy it again as a relative or friend will be interested in having one.
👤I was looking for a tracker. I was surprised at how expensive they were. I thought I would try it. I own a Power 3 cell phone from the company. It's a good middle of the road phone and a good middle of the road watch. This is more of a fitness tracker than a cell phone. You can get your messages, but you can't make them or answer them from the watch. This watche is for someone who works out regularly and is active. I would recommend this watch to my friends if they were looking for a fitness watch.
👤The hardware is very impressive. The screen is bright and vibrant. The touch response is good but sometimes lags. The charging adapter only snaps in one direction, so it's well designed. The wrist bands are comfortable. The software needs some work. The pair went very well. There are only a few functions other than reading the sensors. The photo snapshot function is something I am interested in. It has its own in-app utility for taking photos. The photo was worse than the native app. I would use it as a sport/ activity tracker, play music and check messages if necessary. It could become a daily driver if more functions are added.
👤The price is good for the options you have. I used to own an apple watch. I thought it was very expensive for what you get. I got a fitbit that was more suited to my needs but not as many options. This seems to be a perfect match for my needs and a few extra options at a great price. The health related features include a sleep monitor, blood oxygen check, and monitor. The battery is great. The full charge lasts over 4 days. I have problems with my fitbit and my phone because of the bright screen that allows me to view it outside in direct sunlight. It is a good feature. The magnetic charge cable is nice. The watch is comfortable. This is a great purchase value. I will be buying a second one for my wife so she can keep track of her vital signs. A smart choice.
Titanium is 40% lighter and five times more scratch-resistant than other metals, thanks to Citizen's proprietary surface-hardening coating. The ECO-DRIVE is light-powered. Light can be converted into energy. There is a permanent power cell. The watch runs forever with no battery changes required. The average deviation is 15 seconds. The Citizen tactical watch is water resistant to 100m. It is suitable to wear in the shower, but not for scuba diving. The watch is a classic silver. Two-tone styling, a Super Titanium bracelet band, a screw-back case, an ion-plated bezel, Luminous blue hands and markers, and a 43-mm titanium case with antireflective mineral crystal are all included. Citizen watches for men include a 1-20 second chronograph, a tachymeter, dual time, and an alarm. The perpetual canyon is called the perpetual canyon. The date is displayed and can be set for a period of 28 to 29 days. There is a guarantee and a 5 year warranty. Quality and craftsmanship are what they stand for at Citizen. Every Citizen purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee and a 5-year limited warranty so you can be sure your timepiece is up to date.
👤I love this watch. You would be hard pressed to find a better option for the money. It's easy to set up and read. I love the Eco-Drive and titanium. Get this watch!
👤Everything is easy to read with the watch/band. It's like a computer in operation. I couldn't set the time until I had seen the online manual and video. In case the video is taken down from the Citizen website, I transcribed it. The first part of the online manual deals with a different movement. The instructions for the movement begin on page 37. I have had it running for 5 days and it has been perfect.
👤When I bought this watch, I thought it would be cheap and fair. The price for an Eco Drive was under $250.00. The watch is better in person than I thought it would be. 1. It was well made. 2. I don't need a battery in my life time. 3. Once you read the directions, it's easy to set. 4. I received another year of warranty for using the app on my phone. I recommend this style of watch to everyone.
👤The watch has all the bells and whistles, but only one glass. There is a titanium bracelet in the case. It is solid and beautiful. There is no rattling coming from the bracelet. This is one of the best watches money can buy if you are on a budget.
👤After holding a friend's titanium watch, I realized that it wouldn't do it for me. The issue was that his watch is from a very high end brand as he is in a different financial situation. I was looking for a less expensive alternative and I found this one and I am very happy with it. It's a lot lighter than my previous watches and it's very handsome. There are three things I would change. It could be a few dollars cheaper. The dark blue back ground is not my favorite color. It adds weight to a very light watch. I will keep this watch for a while because these are not big issues.
👤This is my review of the Pro's watch. Awesome that there's no battery to use. Time keeping is accurate. Love that the date is set all the way through 2200. The new month brings auto changes. Now for the bad. I had to take out 2 links on each side. Even with a watch tool for the pins, this was a real pain. There was a small sleeve that came out when the pins were pulled. They are part of the pin system. I have never had this happen on any other watch. The date window is too small. I can't read the number since it's so small. You have to look at it straight down. One of the indicators is a clock. It's useless. I don't like seeing that used for something else. The luminous hands are terrible and don't light up much. I can barely see them. I like the watch, but it's not cheap.
The solar powered MultisportGPS watch uses the sun's energy to extend battery life and assure more on-wrist time for off-grid activities. This is not a medical device and is not intended for use in the diagnosis or monitoring of any medical condition. There are advanced training features that include pace guidance, VO2 max, and training status estimates. There are over 2,000 worldwide ski resorts, multiple global navigation satellite system (GPS, GLONASS and Galileo) support and built-in sensors for 3- axis compass, barometric altimeter, and preloaded TOPO maps. Not all countries and payment networks are eligible for support for Garmin Pay, music storage with premium streaming service, and more. The internal, rechargeable battery provides up to 21 days of battery life in smart watch mode with an additional 3 days when solar charging and 15 hours in gps mode.
👤I changed my rating from 4 to 5 stars because I have been able to make changes to my life based on the new information collected by the F6x. The lock on the gps is super fast outside. The F6x is an all around improvement over the older model and it is a great watch. Coming from a Fenix 3 HR, I was hoping the upgrade/migration process would be easy. The watch face would be the same, like custom activities would just carry over. I figured out how to create a custom activity within Connect, but it doesn't list the custom name like it did with the F3. There are no watch faces that are similar to the F3 HR. The minutes are not inline with the hour, which is my biggest issue with the F6x default digital face. The digital face for the F6 Solar is what is expected, minus the sun gauge in the middle. The F6x Solar face should be a default digital one, with the hours and minutes inline and the other data fields around it, for other F6x users. The Fenix 3 HR has a grey bezel that can be worn with anything, while the F6x is shiny and can be worn with anything. Agreed. Thankfully, the older style band was able to be swapped for the shipping band, which had a nicer feel. If you purchase the pulse ox, it will take the battery from 21 to 15 days. The battery will be taxed from 15 to 10 days if the pulse ox setting is changed. Not a fan of the F6 charging cable and prefer the old style F3 cradle due to cable length and the new cable places the watch in an awkward angle that feels like it will break off or weaken the connection. The F6x is burning 50 to 80 calories more than my F3 HR, because they do the same cardio activity with the same HRM strap. The gym is always the same temp, but not sure if the F6x is accounting for it. In the same conditions as my usual run, there was a 38 calories reduction from F3 to F6. The heart rate was tested against Precor gym equipment and it was the same for all ranges. The watch screen is clear and readable. The screen size and clarity make it possible to see HR from a distance during the same MMA activity. It is less bulky on my wrist than the F3 HR, but would prefer a larger battery. The F6x alarm clock has a stronger sound than the F3. I didn't purchase the solar model due to the fact that it was not as scratch/break resistant as my F3 HR Sapphire model, which had never had any cracks or scratches over the course of many years of continuous use. I hope the comments are read and made better. The F3 HR was life changing for me back in March of 2016 and I want to see the F6x Sapphire in Black in person that comes with the leather strap. The ability to track sleep is not appreciated. Two pictures of my sleep while using the 6x. Even with a pulse ox, the Apple Watch cannot do something like this. Recovering time is required for any physical exertion. After having this watch for more than two weeks now, my only gripe with it is the shiny carbon grey (to me its light grey) bezel and the default digital face needs to be looked at from an otherwise great product. Since 13.1, it has been fixed with issues with connect locking up and not snycing. I have updated my phone to the latest version of the operating system, as well as the latest version of the navigation software. Have been using the 6x without any problems.
The G-Shock's Move collection is designed to be your go to workout companion, built for the athlete always training for the next level. The 55mm case is made from black and red steel, ensuring the classic shock resistance of G-Shock watches. This watch can link to a phone, providing better workout and overall health tracking support. The watch has a heart rate monitor, gps, bearing, altitude/barometric pressure, temperature sensors, stopwatch, and an accelerometer for step counting. A VO2 max value is an indicator of your cardio-pulmonary capacity and can be tracked using a combination of these functions and innovative apps.
👤The product claims to be solar powered. It doesn't charge with the sun.
👤The watch I received was a used one, all the accessories were thrown in the box and the watch has scratches. I can't tell if the watch is good or bad because I don't know why it was returned in the first place. Is it a refurbished? The seller had a bad experience. I will buy directly from Casio.
👤The solar power did not charge the battery. I had it on all day and it was not charging. I returned it because of that. I would have kept it.
👤The primary purpose of my purchase was to be able to use the watch for heart rate monitoring, but it was impossible because of the useless app. The app gets stuck on the loading screen and it has been this way for a long time, it needs to be fixed.
👤It's awesome for a Gshock. It's just ok for a dedicated fitness/smart. This watch is for people like me who want a smart watch in a Gshock case. Text is small and hard to read in low light if you don't have good eyes, and the watch has some smart features, but they can't directly access messages. Only run. There is no face customization. It takes several hours of strong sunlight to charge a bar.
👤It is the best watch I have ever purchased and it is made to last and go forever because of the automatic solar power charging andusb charging as a second faster choice but it is built like a tank and has so many useful. This is by far the best G-Shock Watches.
👤Demasiado costoso para lo, 400$ la pantalla, ni es tctil para conectamiento.
👤This watch is great. I have always been a fan of the G Shock watches and this one blows my mind. It looks nice on my wrist and is built to be rugged. The only draw back is that you can't reply to phone calls and messages on it, but this is low on my list of must haves.
👤This is my first g shock watch and it's absolutely unit! This delivery came in a week and was well packaged in the original box. It works perfect and is worth the money.
👤If you are 40+, it's wondeful for training.
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 classic outdoor sports watch, the Suunto Core, has many intelligent features to keep you informed of conditions while you hike, bike, or camp. It's essential for adventure. This watch has dual times, a date display, and alarm, plus predicted times for sunrise and sunset to help maximize your daylight hours and a depth meter up to 30 feet. Whether you're running, swimming, cycling, gym workouts, hiking, or other outdoor sports, you'll find a watch for you in the Suunto sports watches. Their watches track your activities and sleep to help you keep up with your training and recovery. Over 80 years of high quality heritage craftsmanship, relentless accuracy, and innovative innovation have been brought to the table by the team at Suunto.
👤Buyers should be careful. A leak in the watch caused it to break in less than a year. I was told that it would cost 130 to replace it. They don't back up junk. You would get more out of your money if you lit it on fire and kept it warm.
👤I have had my core for over 6 years. This thing has been in my wrist for over 6 years. I am an enlisted military service member with 11+ years in the infantry, and I am also a firefighter/paramedic for one of the busiest departments in the country. I have abused the life out of this watch. Military deployment to Iraq and Africa has been through hell and back. It has been inside burning houses, heavy interior fire fighting inside structures, car fires, in the ocean on shallow dives, on hikes and countless other events. This watch has been around for 6 years and still running strong. I have read about straps being bad but mine has been great to me. I ripped the small strap band. I contacted the company about getting a new one and they could give me a piece for free. They wanted me to buy all the new straps for $60. I didn't want to buy a new pair of straps just for that. I made my own out of the same cord. It has been on for about 4 years without any issues. The band on this watch is said to be fragile, dry rots and cracks by the top current review. Six years later, I have not changed out my bands. They might be time for a swap but won't do it until these fail me. The battery life is good if you don't add unnecessary features. I don't need to know if the watch senses a storm or a change in pressure. When I am in the field, I turn on when I need to, but until that is off, I don't need to chirp. Do things that extend my battery life. I swap batteries about 1-2 times a year. I love this watch and will continue to wear it. I've had friends buy them for me. I get jealous when I see a new one, but wouldn't trade my broken in, scarred up, battle worn one for anything. Take a look at my pictures. I have shown no mercy to this thing. I'm currently overseas and still wearing this.
👤I loved this watch for a long time. There are great options for altitude, temp, compass, and so on. A good band and great look. The buttons on the right side of the watch were failing to spring back to their original positions after about a year. This isn't a Navy Seal situation, but rather a desk job situation. The buttons had to be manually pulled out. I am not alone in my research of this glitch. No other brands of watches have this problem. Can't recommend.
👤I've been looking at this watch for a year. The price kept me from buying something. Do I need to watch ABC? You never know when it will be useful. I thought I could return if it wasn't what I wanted. That was a lot for a watch for me. I used to buy $12 "sport" watches from Amazon and expect them to last 6 months or less. I was usually correct. I'm not a fan of all of the items in the store. I was expecting a brighter day. If you actually read the instructions, the setup is clear, logical and relatively easy. It's great look, fit and feel, and it's solid without being clunky, heavy or cumbersome, but I don't want or need a gps on my wrist. It's very accurate. I've made my profile default to barometric pressure, and I'm learning it. The storm warning works. I don't think I'll be able to return this watch. It's part of my project. I have a long way to go to learn how to access the capabilities quickly. There are many online videos. If you want an ABC watch or just curious to see what uses you can find for it, you'd be crazy to pass on this price. Most places are in the high $200s and the closest price I have seen online is around $180.
1 x Instinct Solar (Tactical Edition), 1 x Wearable4U 2 in 1 Black EarBuds + Power Pack, and 1 x Charging/data cable. 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.
Japan imported and has a one year warranty.
👤I am a huge fan of the G-Shock line. The Mudmaster GWG-1000 and the Pro Trek WSD-F20 have a nice screen but no battery life. I compared this to all my other gps watches and then realized that it's in a class all by itself, which is neither good or bad, because it's in a class all by itself. I know it's only a couple of millimeters thicker and wider than my Mudmaster, but it feels and looks larger, heavier, and more powerful than I thought. This strap has to be the most comfortable that has ever been made for a G-Shock, because it feels great on the wrist. I have forgotten that it was on my wrist because it is so comfortable, but it is carbon fiber reinforcement, which you can see through a clear coat on the back of the strap. It has a better battery life than any other watch I own. The fenix 5X has a good battery life, but this one has no screen and holds the battery life for a long time. The watch's back has a recharging attachment that snaps onto it. The ceramic back of the watch is very impressive, and my understanding is that it helps with charging and reception, and it is pretty neat and comfortable. It would be great to have a larger screen, but there needs to be room for the solar charging panel. The onboard menu is easy to navigate. The limitations of the software app are too many to review. I had an issue with making adjustments to the watch from the phone app, such as changing the altitude from meters to feet. Some of the changes worked. I just went into the submenus and made the changes on the watch after this happened. The changes actually remained because of this. The watch doesn't have the ability to measure heart rate or steps, it doesn't receive texts or messages like a'smart' watch, and it doesn't have the ability to connect with the software on your phone. I realized that the watch isn't trying to be a smart watch, it's just a watch that you'd really want if you were stranded somewhere and there was no cellular signal. When connected to the phone, the watch cannot be used to manipulate any screens on the phone, so you have to remove the watch from the phone app to use it. If I were in the middle of nowhere, I would want to have this watch. I was disappointed when I first connected because it took over 5 minutes of sitting in the same place, outside, to connect. It connects very quickly after the 3rd connection. My watch connects in less than 10 seconds and is just as fast as my fenix, but this watch is just as fast as my one. I don't know why it took so long the first couple of times, but ever since my 3rd attempt, it now connects in just a couple of seconds even if I'm indoors. The gps is the same as any other watch or handheld on the market and you can download the activities onto your phone or iPad and use satellite maps to show your activity which is pretty cool. The software will get better and better as this watch is on the market for a longer period of time. This is not a smart watch designed for exercise or to compete with those types of platforms, but it is the best software on the market. The watch is very expensive at over $900.00, but it is a great watch and I paid less for the Pro Trek than I did for this watch. I think it's worth the price. I like that it doesn't need to be connected to a phone to work. I can use one of my other two watches if I want to use the texting feature. I like this watch for everyday wear and will use it in my watches rotation.
A black digital dial with grey accents and a black band displays the date, day, and time. The Rangeman has a triple sensor that is shock-resistant and can keep altitude, barometric pressure, temperature and direction readings at your fingertips. The pipes that guide buttons and shafts use multiple gaskets to keep mud out. The pipes act to protect buttons from impact.
👤This is the most recent version of the Rangeman lineup. The all black color way is what the watch is called and it has been out for three years. It has been a long time since it happened. Is the negative display easy to see as a positive display? This does not have the technology that is used on some of the Protrek models. It is definitely a looker with a G-Shock that has the most feature packed G in the lineup. One of my favorite G's has been updated. No issues at all. The Jay & Kay bullbars looked cool, but it affected the compass. Don't buy bullbars if you want an accurate reading.
👤I own a couple Rangeman watches. They are good time pieces. They should make a blacked out version. The negative display is not easy to read. I was pleasantly surprised that the lighting mattered. I think it's easier to read than other negative displays. I like the subdued look of it and the blue back light is pretty cool. I thought about taking it apart and changing it to a positive display, but I think I'm happy with the way it is. The watch is built like a tank. The features of the watch make it worry free. The other Rangeman models don't have one thing I love about this model. The metal keeper is black. It looks nice. If you think the negative display won't bother you, give this one a try. It's a large watch, but it's very light. One of the best G Shock models.
👤I ordered this for my husband on his anniversary. It arrived quickly, but was very used and re-packaged. The box was beat up and taped, and the watch had the label cut off and was placed in the box. Someone wants a $330 used watch. Returned.
👤I love the idea of this watch, given its appearance and function. It's a good looking time piece. It was what I was looking for. The negative display is hard to read in good lighting. My eyes are not what they used to be, but they are still good. I had to hold the watch at the correct angle in order to tell the time under normal lighting conditions. I'm not sure if the back-light on the watch is just the way it's made, but it was dim. I wish I could have kept the watch, but it was too difficult to read. I will be returning for a different model.
👤The owners manual is very small and difficult to read, and you have to find the right angle in low light to see it. It will take a while to learn the 1000 features of the watch. Light doesn't stay on long enough to move from one feature to the next. The picture on the ad is clear. On February 19th, the watch was returned, but it turned out that the watch was not compatible with the phone and gps features. The watch is not compatible with the wireless communication protocol.
The Power Glass solar charging lens harvests the sun's energy, giving you more power and time between charges. The power manager and battery saver modes allow you to turn on and off the sensors. Rugged, lightweight design features an always-on display and steel or DLC-coated titanium buttons. VO2 max tracks your cardiovascular fitness level and adjusts based on trail conditions. You can log your time at aid stations with ultrarun activity. ClimbPro trail enhancements give you information for descents and flats. Run/walk detection can be used to review after a race where you walked.
👤The battery life for a slower triathlon is awesome. It is easy to prepare a screen. Solar option reduces anxiety. It doesn't work very well. I had a Forerunner 935 and the battery life was diminishing, but the functions/menu are nearly identical but with an obvious delay with each press of the buttons with the Enduro...updates have not helped. The lighter Titanium version is worth the extra money because it has less wrist impingement. I like the elastic metal free band. It is larger than my 935 which I miss and watch out for. I need to put a screen protection on.
👤Do you want a smart watch that can track a lot of sport specific metrics while lasting 30 days? This is it. The price is high, but it lasts for a long time. If you're familiar with the Fenix line, you'll know that it's the same, but no music, and a multiple of battery life. The elastic band is comfortable and durable. It's also very absorbent as well.
👤It was designed for endurance athletes. I do a lot of running and this is perfect for me. There are a lot of bugs that crashed when saving the activities and lost all the workout load when using the software 15.20. The software update 16.30 was issued by Garmin and it resolved the problems. The interface is easy to use. The control buttons are easy to use. If you ever experience accidental touch on the watch, it's better not to have it. It is pretty accurate. It doesn't matter on the road or inside the mountain. While you are in the middle of nowhere, the gps can track the trail fairly accurately, and it is reliable to trace the previous trail. I would still carry the topo map with me on a trail run. It does not have the features that are found in Fenix 6X. It is not targeting to be a sports watch, but a super battery endurance watch. The battery lasts more than 2 weeks without the need of charging, with me running for an average of 2 hours a day using gps and ultra or trail runs for 5 - 7 hours a week. When it dropped to around 30%, I charge every two weeks. The biggest feature of this watch is that. If you're looking for a sports watch that has a lot of features, then you should go with the Fenix 6X, it's similar to the Enduro, but it lacks a lot of features. If you are more concerned about running out of juice during an ultra marathon or triathlon, then Enduro is for you. I just want to say that the reviews are not comparable because they are targeting different groups. After the software was updated to 16.60, all the data was lost after a 12.50 mile trail run. The watch was frozen at the saving screen for a long time before it started to work again. The problem seems to have been solved with the update to 16.70, but we will see if it persists. The update was issued by Garmin. Since then, some new features have not crashed.
The ultimate multisportGPS watch that estimates heart rate at the wrist and includes color Topo maps featuring trend line popularity will help you find and follow the best paths. When you're adjusting to higher altitudes, the Wrist based pulse ox Acclimation sensor is especially useful because it provides awareness of your estimated blood oxygen saturation levels. The rugged design features a scratch resistant domed sapphire lens and a carbon titanium rear case. You can store and play 500 songs on your watch, and connect with headphones for phone free listening. You can leave your cash and cards at home with the help of the Garmin Pay solution. Up to 20 days in the wristwatch mode and 13 hours in the gps mode with music.
👤The watch is very nice. I'm not faulting Garmin for anything; it's completely configurable on-device out of the box, does just about anything you could possibly want for physical training, has detailed maps, and is much more responsive. The battery will last through the most intense of training sessions on a full charge or will last through weeks of constant light use, with the screen on and visible 100% of the time, no less. What is the problem? A device that connects to the internet. If you search for issues connecting Fenix watches to the iPhone, you'll find threads full of people with watches that refuse to connect despite repeated resets, reinstalls, etc. You're looking at a lot of work just to keep the thing connected and in sync, because the watch doesn't allow things such as activity screens to be tailored in the app or backed up online. This is an $850 watch, and part of the deal is the phone and online connection. The app needs to be 100% reliable, not constantly failing to connect or sync with no tools provided to diagnose or fix the issues people are having. It's great that your app just automatically connects when everything is working, but maybe you should have left the management of the connection itself to the usual OSUI, instead of trying to roll your own.
👤The features on this watch are great. I have had it since December of last year, but it started shutting down on its own over the past week. Due to it, I lost my music and at least two days worth of data. I'm in the middle of a chat with a customer service representative. The chat went from trying to fix the problem to wanting me to exchange the watch for a new one when I mentioned the software version. The problem lies here. They want you to exchange it for a new one or pay a $360 deposit and they will send you a replacement right away, but you will have to wait up to 14 days for it. Either you don't use it for a half month or you have to pay them again to fix it and hope they get you your money back in a reasonable amount of time. I wouldn't expect it any time soon, based on the interactions I've had over the past week. If you're considering buying this watch, you should check out the Fenix 5x+ reboot issues. When I bought mine, there were a few mentions of minor issues, but it seems like there has been an increase in these issues in the past few days. I wonder what happened after seeing a bigger population of people run into issues the past few days. After spending 1.5 hours in a chat window with a customer service representative, they offered to ship the new watch as soon as they see that the old one is in transit. It's a lot better than their "only two" exchange options that they insisted they had. I really love this watch when it works, but I wouldn't buy it again because of the lack of support from Garmin. I would look for a cheaper option. Even if it has issues, you won't be as hard on yourself for the lack of support. Still don't have a replacement. The USPS is apparently used to deliver by Garmin. My replacement was going to be on April 5th. There was a notification that there was already a delay in the delivery process and that there would be an additional delay. I noticed that it had been turned over to the USPS at 3:37 AM on the 4th after checking on the 5th. The last update from the USPS was on 4/6 and they said they were waiting for it. Neither has updated since the 8th. When I contacted both USPS and DHL, the automated system told me that the package was delivered to Egg Harbor Township, not on any of the updates or anywhere near it's supposed to be. I was told that it could be the result of poor communication between the carriers, but I am not sure why you can't get a definitive answer from them. The package is in the process of being handed off to the USPS since it has a USPS tracking number. That's been it. They don't back up their product, they don't try to help in any way, shape, or form, or even try and provide an answer. I've bought a lot of things from them in the past and present, but it's going to be hard to get anything from them again after this experience. If you're looking at one of their products, have your eyes open. They're not going to support it even if it's under warranty.
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