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Garmin Fenix 7X Solar, Slate Gray with Black Band $858 Delivered @ Amazon UK via AU

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Garmin finix 7X solar 51mm smartwatch

Long-running solar powered multisport GPS watch with always-on 1.3” display and new ultra-tough athletic design uses the sun’s energy to extend battery life

Trusted button controls that work in any environment are matched with a highly responsive touchscreen interface for quick, convenient access to selections

Take your training to the next level with endurance and real-time stamina tracking, training status, advanced performance metrics and 30+ built-in sports apps

Get 24/7 health and wellness monitoring with wrist-based heart rate, Pulse Ox, stress and enhanced sleep tracking

Navigate the outdoors with built-in sensors for the 3-axis compass, gyroscope and barometric altimeter; supports multi-GNSS satellite systems (GPS, GLONASS and Galileo).Included components: fenix 7 Solar, Slate Gray w/Blk Bnd, USB Charge Cable

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  • $849 at the official garmin shop too - https://www.garmin.com/en-AU/p/735573

    • +1

      $999 on Garmin for the 51mm.

      • My bad didn't realise they were different.

    • That one is 7 solar not 7x

  • Hi all, I need your help. I am looking to buy my first smart watch. I am not a pro athlete. I workout 3-4 times a week at the gym and ride and hike occasionally too. I was looking into Apple watch ultra but they are too expensive and I really don’t want LTE feature. Was looking at Garmin Epix Gen 2 yesterday but thought it’s a bit overkill in terms of sport features as I wont be using many of those. This deal also seems good but again with a lot of features that I don’t need. however both Epix Gen 2 and this Fenix 7X solar seem to be a great value at this price point. Which one will be your pick based on my situation. I prefer microphone and call answering ability but it’s not essential. Thanks for your help.

    • +1

      I was in your shoes last year and ended up getting the Samsung Watch 5 Pro. Only downside is the battery life which I charge every 3 days or so. But has all the other features and sleep tracker. Not sure about the Samsung Watch 6 versions these days.

    • +4

      From what you’ve told, the Garmin 255 would suffice your needs. It is a great sports watch with smart notifications for the price. No microphone and call answering but you get all notifications on the watch. Currently on sale at Rebelsports for $369 for the non music version.

      • +1

        +2 for the 255, if you can live without the microphone and call handling. Excellent battery life, you can swim with it, and it's ideal for anyone starting their fitness tracking. If you get really keen and decide to get into triathlons, it has this as one of the activities.

    • +2

      I ended up going the Garmin Venu 3. It is more of a balance between smartwatch and sports watch. It has microphone and call answering ability. Play music from its speaker in pinch. Touch screen and customisable faces are really good for being able to check your steps, body battery, weather, heart rate etc. Has 99% of the walk, run, swim activities of the sports watches - about 97% I'll never use. Even has the golf courses that isn't on some of their range.

      Battery will last 10-14 days depending on use. I couldn't imagine charging a watch any more often then that, would get annoying. I kept forgetting to charge mine when it went below 20% but got 3 more days out of it without even using the battery saver. Do that with the Samsung and it's flat before you get home.

      Biggest reason I went the Venu 3 over epix 2 was that it is 47mm, thinner and lighter (40ish grams vs 70+). The epic and Fenix just seemed too big on my wrist. I also wanted OLED screen because it just looks so nice.

      They were $570ish at Myer with discounted gift cards but I was able to get JB hifi to price match it. I think at that price it is worth it, best purchase I have made for years for the improvements on health it has made and how much I use it.

      As someone else pointed out the 255 would also do everything you could want and more for $350 without music or $400ish with it. Screen isn't OLED and misses a few health apps, might miss a few things in the future as software updates come through due to being older.

      • +2

        Also - screen isn't only beautiful but 1.4" in size with narrow bezels. Watch face is only 47mm vs 51mm on this watch with a 1.3" screen. Reading notifications and text messages on the Venu 3 is easy for my aging eyes - also fits more of the message on without having to click into when out and about for a quick glance.

  • I'd be so keen if they got the ECG functionality approved in Australia

  • What are the risks of buying a Garmin watch from the Garmin UK store online?
    Any difficulty getting a refund or service under the warranty? O

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