Garmin Fenix 6 review

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Specs / Features


Warranty (Months) 12 months
Release date 29-August-2019
Size 4.7 x 4.7 x 1.47 cm (1.9 x 1.9 x 0.6 in)
Weight 80 grams
(2.82 ounces)

Critic Reviews


TrustedReviews

A robust tracker that’ll survive everything from mountain climbing to ultramarathons

from TrustedReviews

The Fenix 6 is a refinement on the Fenix 5 that brings a number of small but welcome new features to the table. It’s not the most stylish tracker around but it’s by far the most reliable we’ve tested and a perfect training companion for any serious athlete.

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The Fenix 6 is a refinement on the Fenix 5 that brings a number of small but welcome new features to the table. It’s not the most stylish tracker around but it’s by far the most reliable we’ve tested and a perfect training companion for any serious athlete.

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Stuff

A do-it-all smartwatch that might be a touch too rough for some

from Stuff

Anyone who is truly into their fitness will more than appreciate the endless features that Fenix 6 has to offer and how it’s able to handle everything you throw at it - now with better power options and user interface that make it much easier to use. It is, without a doubt, the best fitness smartwatch money can buy.

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Anyone who is truly into their fitness will more than appreciate the endless features that Fenix 6 has to offer and how it’s able to handle everything you throw at it - now with better power options and user interface that make it much easier to use. It is, without a doubt, the best fitness smartwatch money can buy.

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T3

A great watch further tweaked, but might be a bit too heavy for some

from T3

The Garmin Fenix 6 Pro further refines the formula already tried and tested in the Garmin Fenix 5. With increased battery life, bigger screen and better menu system, the Garmin Fenix 6 Pro is a definite improvement over its predecessor. It might be a bit too heavy for some runners, though.

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The Garmin Fenix 6 Pro further refines the formula already tried and tested in the Garmin Fenix 5. With increased battery life, bigger screen and better menu system, the Garmin Fenix 6 Pro is a definite improvement over its predecessor. It might be a bit too heavy for some runners, though.

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Pocket-lint

Sublime sports watch, great smartwatch

from Pocket-lint

An outstanding sports device with the intelligence to compete with any smartwatch too. The Fenix 6 has great build, is packed full of functions, and the 14 day battery life means there's little to worry about whether you're in the mountains or in the urban jungle.

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An outstanding sports device with the intelligence to compete with any smartwatch too. The Fenix 6 has great build, is packed full of functions, and the 14 day battery life means there's little to worry about whether you're in the mountains or in the urban jungle.

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Tom's Guide

This massive GPS watch can last weeks on a charge

from Tom's Guide

Battery life has always been an issue for smartwatches, and though Garmin’s previous Fenix devices have been known for their endurance, the addition of solar power to the Fenix 6X could result in a watch that almost never needs to be recharged. For those out on epic adventures far from any outl...More

Battery life has always been an issue for smartwatches, and though Garmin’s previous Fenix devices have been known for their endurance, the addition of solar power to the Fenix 6X could result in a watch that almost never needs to be recharged. For those out on epic adventures far from any outlet, this feature alone could make the Fenix 6X Solar’s equally epic price worth it.

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DC Rainmaker

A pretty good smartwatch

from DC Rainmaker

In any event, the Fenix 6 production units I’ve been testing have been largely good, but not perfect. There are still occasional quirks that either are transient (such as slow syncing on one unit, but not the other), and of course some GPS oddities in New York City specifically. Plus of course...More

In any event, the Fenix 6 production units I’ve been testing have been largely good, but not perfect. There are still occasional quirks that either are transient (such as slow syncing on one unit, but not the other), and of course some GPS oddities in New York City specifically. Plus of course the Garmin Connect driven map creations issues I saw that flowed downhill into my PacePro experience. But on the whole, things are pretty good for a product that starts shipping globally today.

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