The high end smart watch by Garmin ‘Fenix 3 HR’ is a standard watch for all fitness freaks who are really looking for the standard product for use. But to use this product to its fullest capability, you need to be fully fitness freak or enthusiastic, or an athlete.
One must always make a note that to get the best out of this iOS based smart watch, one must be a diehard fan of sports and exercise. The features like Heartbeat rate zones, muscle recovery times and some other features which are a part of this Garmin’s Fenix 3 HR like Running Dynamics features VO2 Max must be a thing for concern for the person who are actually using it.
Pros of Garmin’s Fenix 3 HR
There are several beneficial aspects of Garmin’s Fenix 3 HR which goes in its favor for the device which is priced at around 600 dollars. The Comfortable fitting along with the battery life are one of the features which allows users to have a breathing space. While, the device offers accurate GPS and activity tracking, the clear and wonderful color display option available is one of the highlights for the people who are looking for the performance of this smart watch.
The Garmin’s Fenix 3 HR is an iOS-connected smart watch for fitness fanatics, which is not for simple exercising enthusiastic but for those who really have a passion towards workouts and their physical activities. For the people who are looking for a basic solution to their heartbeat rates and small and minute features, there are several other cheaper and relevant devices available in the market; while this smart watch is for those who are looking for everything to be covered.
Other features of Garmin’s Fenix 3 HR
It’s a big watch with the screen size of around 1.2 inches and having the display of 218 pixels resolution. The device has the storage of 32MB internal for maps, routes, along with 100 hours of activity data. With the Connectivity and sensors options like Bluetooth 4.0 LE, WiFi, ANT+, GPS, GLONASS, barometer, optical HR and compass, the Garmin’s Fenix 3 HR is a perfect fit for the people who are looking for the complete solution to their exercise needs of all kinds.
However, one important feature of ability of storing and streaming music to Bluetooth headset while on a run is a missing point. The lack of screen touch is just another minus point of this beautifully crafted and designed iOS based smart watch. Another negative point associated with this device is the low visibility and its interface lagging.
The manufacturer of this smart watch ‘Garmin’ claims that the battery life of this iOS base smart watch is around 14 days when it operates just as a smart watch, while on several other tests, while on use for workouts and others, the battery life seems to be a highlight of is with the battery draining in a week’s time, thus providing a huge edge over all its competitors.
Garmin’s Fenix 3 HR is almost a perfect device with all essential features inbuilt for the fitness fanatics and athletes.