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Garmin: Fenix 7X Solar Smartwatch $563, Forerunner 945 GPS Sport Watch

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BuyDig via eBay has Garmin Forerunner 945 GPS Sport Watch (Black) for $299.99. Shipping is free.

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BuyDig via eBay has Garmin Fenix 7X Solar Smartwatch (Slate Gray w/ Black Band) for $562.99. Shipping is free.

BuyDig also has Garmin Fenix 7X Solar Smartwatch (Slate Gray w/ Black Band) for $562.99. Shipping is free.

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Product Features:
  • 945 GPS Sport Watch
    • Advanced Multi-Sport Data and Statistics
    • Wrist-Based Heart Rate Monitor
    • 1.2" Color Display
    • Activity Tracker Functions
  • 7X Solar Smartwatch
    • Solar-powered battery boost between charges: Solar charging yields up to 37 days of battery life in smartwatch mode
    • Navigate with GPS, preloaded TopoActive maps
    • Stream your music from your wrist -- No phone needed!

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Wow, this is a great price for an outstanding watch. With the 7 and Epix Pros out, it's no surprise that prices are coming down, but as a 7S owner (7X is too big for me), I've been thrilled with my Fenix. There are some extra goodies on the Pros (flashlight, etc), but for a decent smart watch with a non-AMOLD display (which I prefer) and impressive battery life, the 7X is hard to beat at this price point.
I was on the fence awhile ago between 6x Sapphire and 7x Solar. Ultimately went with the 6x Sapphire since it was like over $200 cheaper. The 7x does have the flashlight and I think upgraded heart rate monitor. I used to have an Instinct solar and solar charging was I think more of a marketing gimmick. You'd have to leave your watch in open sun for hours just to get a couple percentage battery. Probably mostly ideal for those that go camping for days on end without charging options.
The Sapphire option is definitely the way to go IMO, I've smashed my watch against walls, doorknobs, occasional rocks when hiking and not a single scratch - still looks like new. I'll probably wait for the 7x Sapphire to go on sale.

Anyways, my $0.02
Navigation, topo maps, color. There a lot of differences and you can compare the watches on Garmin's site. The instinct is basically a budget Fenix. I've had/have both and much prefer the Fenix series.