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Garmin Fenix 6

Garmin Fenix 6

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Average Critic Score
 
90
Wareable
The Fenix 6 may not instantly feel like a massive leap forward from the Fenix 5, but the more time you spend with it the more you appreciate the subtle changes Garmin has made to the design and the software. It's an all-round nicer sports watch to live with and it coms with no shortage of features.
 
90
TechRadar
The Garmin Fenix 6 is one of, if not the best multi-sport smartwatch money can buy, bringing performance and adventure tracking as well as GPS-based mapping to just about every outdoor activity you can think of. However, there's a downside. It comes with a big price tag that will put most people off.
 
90
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.
 
90
TrustedReviews
If you're a hardcore athlete looking for the best of the best, the Fenix 6 is one of the best fitness trackers on the market -- possibly the best. It features a near indestructible design with all the sensors and location tracking features you'll need to take your workout to the next level. But, if you're a casual gym goer or runner looking at the Garmin Fenix 6 as an Apple Watch 5 rival, you're definitely barking up the wrong tree.
 
100
Stuff
The Fenix 6 has to be one of the best smartwatches on the market today. Sure, it doesn’t look as sleek as the Apple Watch, but that's not the idea here. 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.