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Garmin Fenix 6x Sapphire $1079.20 | Fenix 6 Pro $879.20 | Fenix 6s Sapphire $999.20 @ Rebel (Online)

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The Fenix 6 range were only released in the last week so to already be 20% off is a great deal. I haven't seen any discount for these elsewhere. Dont forget Cashrewards for an extra 7% off.

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Deal is only available online tonight, but will also be available in store tomorrow.

Fenix 6x Sapphire
Fenix 6 Pro
Fenix 6s Sapphire - Rose gold

The full range can be viewed on the Garmin offical website

Some specs of the 6x below;

• Internal, rechargeable lithium battery provides up to 21 days battery life
• Rugged design with spacious 1.4 inch display. Water, thermal and shock resistance tested to US military standards
• Scratch-resistant sapphire lens
• Pulse Ox sensor uses light beams to gauge how well your body is absorbing oxygen
• Wrist-based heart-rate monitor tracks your heart rate and the intensity of your workout activities
• PacePro feature helps you stay on pace throughout your run, based on your elevation and personal pacing preferences
Garmin Pay service allows you to make contactless payments
• Altimeter, barometer and three-axis electronic compass (ABC sensors) allow you to plan and read conditions
• Access multiple global navigation satellite systems (GPS, GLONASS and Galileo) to track in more challenging environments than GPS alone.
• Enjoy your favourite tunes with storage space of up to 2000 songs and compatibility with Spotify, Deezer and Amazon Music
• TOPO and Ski Maps provides run names and difficulty ratings for 2000 worldwide ski resorts
• CourseView maps built-in for more than 41,000 golf courses around the globe
• Preloaded activity profiles for running, swimming, trail runs, cycling and others
• Advanced training metrics and Body Battery Energy Monitor provide accurate feedback for the energy you expel
• Sync with your smartphone to receive message notifications through the Fenix 6X
• Download new watch faces, apps and add data fields from the Garmin Connect IQ Store

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  • Mmm I so want this Unggh

  • Mmmm… This or continue waiting for Google watch…

  • Tempted but couldnt justify the price. Only interestinflg feature, IMO, is the solar which only has in top range and costs $1.5k.

    • The problem with solar is that it means you lose the sapphire screen. I’ve hit my screen that many times that I was thankful I got the sapphire edition (Fenix 3)

      • How is the HRM accuracy? Do you have to use an external HRM?

        I just wanta a durable watch that has some HR information.

        My Vivoactive 3 isn't that stable, firmware wise.

        • The Fenix 6 range has built in HR so it will monitor your wrist heart rate. The accuracy seems pretty good from what I’ve read. (My old fenix 3 uses external chest band HR). I always find DCRainmaker does really thorough reviews and he’s included a write up about the heart rate accuracy he experienced.

  • Finally pulled the trigger on the 6x sapphire. Been thinking about buying this since launch. A shame that Australia can't get the discounts like usa does e.g 25% off from Unidays. Rebel 20% off saved me a couple of hundred from the garmin site plus click and collect easier than shopping from garmin.

    Can't pass on this price. They are missed quite a few models though

  • So tempted! But after an hour of YouTubing and google review reading I couldn't justify it. I just am no where near active enough to drop that kind of cash!

    Great deal tho!

  • still a lot for a watch. They are crazy. A price of a phone now.

    • +2 votes

      those are crazy, too

      • I spend a lot on watch, much more that that Fenix, but a digital device will be outdated in 12 month and not worth much. At least mechanical watches retain their value better.
        I just got a Suunto 9 and it does a lot of what the Garmin can do. Enough for what I need, which is track health, for half the price of this one, and is touch screen too.
        That's my opinion.

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          correct, I don't mind spending good money on good mechanical watch, because they kind of last forever? I still have a watch that used to belong to my grandfathers' grandfather, and he also received it as a family heirloom. it's still ticking accurately when I wind it up.

          I just don't see passing a gizmo with a battery and circuitry in it to my descendants 5 generations ahead. god be witness it will hit the rubbish bin before its firmware will stop updating.

          • @DisabledUser213022: You are comparing one 1 function of watch, tell time. Sure, if that is only factor, I would choose mechanical watches over this smart digital one any day.

            But these watches are more than telling time, and the mechanical would, in no way, capable of doing any of those functiona the smart one can.

            So, it is all want you want from the watch, to tell time or to do more than that.

            • -1 vote

              @SickMyDuck: nope, I am comparing longevity here. as in product lifespan. ever heard of that? why would someone invest into something that is going to be outdated. quickly. in 3 years tops? yes it does all these amazing things that my xiaomi smart watch does, and if it doesn't do something then either my phone does it or I don't care on account of it being a useless gimmick.

              we're talking about a 2" screen device.. with resolution that phones had in 2004.. why would I do so much on it? oh yeah perhaps it's for the geeks. sure they spend their days running. in the wilderness. looking at their watch to check the map.

              anyway, throw away your money. it's your money! what do I even care.

              • @DisabledUser213022: I am defending point of smart vs tradition watch. Not the price point.

                Im sure Seiko grand would be more precise than Rolex or Omega just like when you compare your Xiaomi with Garmin.

                • -1 vote

                  @SickMyDuck: not defended. how smart does it get? it's a gimmick. I used to be pretty sold on the idea, and was counting steps and tracking things, but it's been years since I don't care any more

                  the only "smart" functionality I really use on my Xiaomi is vibrating alarms that I can set and control from my phone. that's a win.

                  the rest is all marketing.

                  • @DisabledUser213022: Usefulness of smart features is subjective. For you, it may be gimmick, for many including me, being able to track the data of activities and exercise is useful.

                    As I said, i am arguing the mechanical over smart.

        • apples and oranges. the garmins are exercise oriented, i doubt anyone uses it primarily as a watch function. in fact i am kind of annoyed that i can't have a watch face with no time on it on my garmin

        • The Garmin is purely orientated for a specific purpose: adventure sports.
          For skiing/snowboarding, hiking, mountain biking, kiyaking, cross-country, etc., this is simply the best of the best. The most primo of primo. The rolex and the omega. There is no comparison (although Suunto is also very good. But not quite this good).
          Now, the thing about all these sports mentioned above is, well… they are the pursuits of rich people.
          Rich people have a lot of money, so Garmin can charge crazy prices for equipment which is the best at what it does if it is aimed at rich people.
          And then, because of the fact that it is expensive and aimed at rich people and the best at what it does (*for very specific purpose only mind you), it becomes some what of a status symbol.
          My boss has one of the previous gen ones. He's a millionaire executive of a silicon valley software company. Interestingly, our CEO (who is a billionaire) wears an Apple Watch, but he's not a sporty type, where as my boss is a super sporty type, going to the snow at Charlotte's Pass or Thredbo or Perisher every second weekend for skiing. In the summer he jets off to Japan or Canada at least 2 or 3 times to go skiing. So for him, money is no object, and the garmin watch is a no-brainer for him.
          But for our CEO, the Apple Watch is a no-brainer, because its a far better pure "smart watch", truth be told.

  • Yep, a lot for a watch with a shelf life of 5-6 years.

  • i got this price in-store yesterday, Rebel chadstone. for the Pro