Garmin never goes to a CES without an entire pack of various items in two. Alongside an entire bundle of in-auto GPS gadgets, the navigation turned-wearable producer is growing its fitness centered offerings with the expansion of a trio of new Fenix multisport watches—the Fenix 5, 5S and 5X, which are, as the name infers, all variations from the same topic.
The Fenix 5 is more conservative than its antecedent yet at the same time quite huge, with a 47mm casing. The 5S, denotes the first run through the organization has added a gadget to the line for clients with little wrists. At 42mm, it’s not precisely reduced, but rather ought to do a better job with regards to opening the line up to a bigger client base, while keeping up the line’s standard functionality.
The 5X sounds enormous with a 51mm casing. It has all kind of bike particular components worked in, including TOPO US mapping and routable cycling maps.
All new models have consistent heart rate checking worked in and multisport following, including modes for running, swimming, biking, hiking and so forth. Also, naturally integrated GPS and GLONASS route and a barometric altimeter, alongside the standard arrangement of movement following sensors. All are water-impervious to 100 meters and highlight ruggedized frame. The 5X has a alternative sapphire lens for further scratch resistance.
The watches are set to arrive in the coming months and are priced at $600 for the 5 and 5S and $700 for the 5X.