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Garmin fenix 6X Pro Premium Multisport GPS Watch EXPIRED

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Amazon has Garmin fenix 6X Pro Premium Multisport GPS Watch (Black, 010-02157-00) for $581.95. Shipping is free.

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  • Note, in stock February 23 2021
Key Features:
  • 1.4" 280x280 sunlight-visible, transflective memory-in-pixel (MIP) display
  • Enhanced estimated wrist heart rate and Pulse Ox
  • Advanced training features include PacePro for grade-adjusted pace guidance throughout your activity plus environmentally adjusted VO2 max and training status estimates
  • Preloaded TOPO maps, ski maps for over 2,000 worldwide ski resorts, multiple global navigation satellite system (GPS, GLONASS and Galileo) support and built-in sensors for 3-axis compass, gyroscope and barometric altimeter
  • Support for Garmin Pay contactless payments (not all countries and payment networks are eligible), music storage with premium streaming service (may require subscription with third-party music provider) support, smart notifications and more
  • Internal, rechargeable lithium 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 with an additional hour when solar charging when used in 50,000 lux conditions
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Really good price for larger face Garmin pro watch. actually lower than the regular Garmin Pro for most stores. was able to price match through chat with best buy soni could use my Amex deal.

https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B07W6...bGb40Q5VHJ >In stock on February 23
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Quote from harrisbautista408 :
how is this compared to a samsung galaxy watch?

If you are a data geek/freak, Garmin would be better IMHO.

https://connect.garmin.com/signin/
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If you want 99% of what the F6 has but with a lighter weight and at a slightly lower cost, check out the FR945. I ended up with the FR945 instead of the F6 because of the lower weight for running. The screen is slightly smaller, and the bezel is not metal. At the same time, there is no paint or anything to chip on the FR945. The only feature missing from the F6 is the expedition mode (mainly a battery-saving function), but you can mimic that on the FR945 via individual settings.

Regarding the screen, I've had a protector from Supershieldz (<$10 for three on Amazon) for about six months now without a problem. I learned the hard way that the Gorilla Glass on the watch isn't as scratch resistant as I expected it to be.
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how is this compared to a samsung galaxy watch?
The Garmin is less of a smart watch and aimed at athletes. It doesn't have the same level of apps or connectivity with your phone as the Samsung. The screen is different and doesn't require a backlight to work but also isn't as crisp as on the Samsung. The Fenix also doesn't have a touch screen, which you wouldn't want on a watch like that anyway.

Net: It all comes down to what you're looking for. If you're looking for a smart watch, go with the Samsung. If you're an athlete, then go with the Fenix.
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Quote from Pitmaster_Privilege :
If you are a data geek/freak, Garmin would be better IMHO.

https://connect.garmin.com/signin/
how about for ruggedness and battery life?
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Would anyone mind telling me what the differences are between the 6x Pro and the 6x Sapphire? I have the 5x and looking to upgrade
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This thanksgiving I got price match on Fenix 5xplus sapphire at Bestbuy and got it for 299. I am using regularly during hikes and other activities.. damn good watch ...
somehow cd not get myself to spend $500+ on any watch ..
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Regarding the screen, I've had a protector from Supershieldz (<$10 for three on Amazon) for about six months now without a problem. I learned the hard way that the Gorilla Glass on the watch isn't as scratch resistant as I expected it to be [/quote]
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If you want 99% of what the F6 has but with a lighter weight and at a slightly lower cost, check out the FR945. I ended up with the FR945 instead of the F6 because of the lower weight for running. The screen is slightly smaller, and the bezel is not metal. At the same time, there is no paint or anything to chip on the FR945. The only feature missing from the F6 is the expedition mode (mainly a battery-saving function), but you can mimic that on the FR945 via individual settings.

Regarding the screen, I've had a protector from Supershieldz (<$10 for three on Amazon) for about six months now without a problem. I learned the hard way that the Gorilla Glass on the watch isn't as scratch resistant as I expected it to be.
Could you please send us a pic? I'd like to see how your bezel looks.
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Someone mentioned out of stock last page, but now showing 9 more in stock
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Got a Fenix 5X Plus Sapphire for $379 for Christmas a year ago in 2019 and have loved it. I have seen it cheaper since. Garmin watches are awesome fitness watches but poor smart watches. If you don't know why you want the more expensive Garmin, you should research the cheaper one$.
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Would anyone mind telling me what the differences are between the 6x Pro and the 6x Sapphire? I have the 5x and looking to upgrade
Sapphire has a sapphire lens and DLC( diamond like coating) coating around the entire watch making it extremely durable. No need to use a protective cover because it take a beating but looks pristine. the pro uses Gorilla glass. There are some slight variations on brightness in the sun but those are debatable. Sapphire is considered the premium line below the solar/ titanium which I hear scratched easier. Sapphire is the top tier, 6x pro is just a hair below saphire( som prefer it) then the 6 then 6s
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Sapphire has a sapphire lens and DLC( diamond like coating) coating around the entire watch making it extremely durable. No need to use a protective cover because it take a beating but looks pristine. the pro uses Gorilla glass. There are some slight variations on brightness in the sun but those are debatable. Sapphire is considered the premium line below the solar/ titanium which I hear scratched easier. Sapphire is the top tier, 6x pro is just a hair below saphire( som prefer it) then the 6 then 6s
Awesome, thanks for the clarification! I have the 5x sapphire now and it's been a great watch
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The Garmin is less of a smart watch and aimed at athletes. It doesn't have the same level of apps or connectivity with your phone as the Samsung. The screen is different and doesn't require a backlight to work but also isn't as crisp as on the Samsung. The Fenix also doesn't have a touch screen, which you wouldn't want on a watch like that anyway.

Net: It all comes down to what you're looking for. If you're looking for a smart watch, go with the Samsung. If you're an athlete, then go with the Fenix.
Samsung is like 4 cylinder hatchback fenix is more like a 4by 4 all terrain vehicle only with much better gas mileage. They both do some things the same but one does them in extreme detail with endless amounts of data.
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Awesome, thanks for the clarification! I have the 5x sapphire now and it's been a great watch
I had a 5 loved it but very happy with my sapphire
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$520 with 20% coupon directly at Garmin.com
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Quote from PKADavid :
The Garmin is less of a smart watch and aimed at athletes. It doesn't have the same level of apps or connectivity with your phone as the Samsung. The screen is different and doesn't require a backlight to work but also isn't as crisp as on the Samsung. The Fenix also doesn't have a touch screen, which you wouldn't want on a watch like that anyway.

Net: It all comes down to what you're looking for. If you're looking for a smart watch, go with the Samsung. If you're an athlete, then go with the Fenix.
I agree. Smart watch - Apple or Samsung. Racing - Garmin. Try to swipe or even tap a touch screen while sweating or going through a water/mud obstacle course.

I had the 6x Pro (non saphire) for over a year now. Excellent battery life. It does have a few scratches and bumps, but nothing that is impacting the performance.
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