The Tough Smartwatch That Could Beat Up Your Apple Watch - Garmin Fenix 7 Review

 

The Garmin Fenix 7 is for anyone who enjoys competing and wants to push themselves to new limits, whether it's a cycling sportive, a half marathon, an Ironman, or the grueling sweat of a CrossFit competition. The Fenix 7 doesn't assume you've already figured out a whole training schedule and how to balance work and rest — instead, it provides tools to help you analyze your current fitness level, establish a realistic goal, and train in a way that will help you reach it.

It includes the same powerful workout tracking and training tools that helped the Fenix 6 become the best multi-sports watch in 2019, as well as some new features that make it more accessible to new users.

The addition of a touchscreen is the most evident enhancement here. The watch retains the five physical buttons found on prior Fenix watches (including a newly reinforced start button), but it's a tremendous assistance when it comes to panning through maps. However, it's been done with caution; the screen is locked by default during workouts to prevent accidental button presses, and Fenix purists may turn off touch completely if they choose.

It includes the same powerful workout tracking and training tools that helped the Fenix 6 become the best multi-sports watch in 2019, as well as some new features that make it more accessible to new users.

The addition of a touchscreen is the most evident enhancement here. The watch retains the five physical buttons found on prior Fenix watches (including a newly reinforced start button), but it's a tremendous assistance when it comes to panning through maps. However, it's been done with caution; the screen is locked by default during workouts to prevent accidental button presses, and Fenix purists may turn off touch completely if they choose.

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Author: Micha Chan
San Diego Newsroom

Silicon Valley Newsroom

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