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Posted 15 May 2023

Garmin Fenix 7 Multisport GPS Watch - Silver with Graphite Band - £449.99 @ Amazon

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MPN: 010-02540-01EAN: 763759278038

Item number UKT6H1T
Garmin Fenix 7 Multisport GPS Watch - the stylish way to access fitness information and notifications.

This rugged, sophisticated multisport GPS watch features an always-on 1.3-inch display, long battery life and new ultra-tough athletic design with fibre-reinforced polymer case

There are 7 days in a week - and the Garmin Fenix 7
Multisport GPS watch is built to last for all of them. Use trusted button controls or the new touchscreen interface to access selections.

Gain performance insights and metrics that help you manage your exertion and build stamina. Optimise recovery with 24/7 health and wellness monitoring of heart rate, respiration, stress, sleep and more. Take your training to the next level with endurance and real-time stamina tracking, training status, advanced performance metrics and 30+ built-in sports apps.

GPS and outdoor navigation sensors guide your outings off the beaten path. And to compliment your less energetic days, connected features include smart notifications, music storage and Garmin Pay contactless payments. Navigate the outdoors with built-in sensors for the 3-axis compass, gyroscope and barometric altimeter; supports multi-GNSS satellite systems (GPS, GLONASS and Galileo).

Check out preloaded maps for thousands of golf courses and ski resorts worldwide; download TopActive maps for any region to keep your explorations on track.

Please note: This is not a medical device and is not intended for use in the diagnosis or monitoring of any medical condition; see Garmin.com/at accuracy. Pulse Ox not available in all countries.
  • Get 24/7 health and wellness monitoring with wrist-based heart rate, Pulse Ox, stress and enhanced sleep tracking
  • Enjoy everyday style with access to smart notifications, music storage and our Garmin Pay™ contactless payment solution
  • Battery performance: up to 18 days in smartwatch mode, up to 62 hours in GPS mode and up to 40 days in Expedition mode

Music remote handling, find phone function, VIRB control, inactivity alert, Move IQ, Find my Device, Downloadable workouts, store & play music, rejecting a call, LiveTrack, Physio TrueUp, PacePro pace guidance, animated workouts, weather information, dual grid coordinates format, Body Battery Energy Monitor

Tracking Data
Distance, speed, calories burned, activity, sleep activity, heart rate, steps taken, blood oxygen saturation, pace, stress level, respiratory rate, active time, water balance, temperature

Dimensions (WxDxH) 47 mm x 14.5 mm x 47 mm
Weight - 79 g
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  1. David_Lown's avatar
    Tbf, it’s £447 via any of the discount schemes and has been for some time.

    Also, as previous stated, the newer pro models are multi-band and we think also have the new HR sensor and maybe ecg type sensors

    They will cost a lot more though!

    I think Black Friday might be a v good time to pick up a Fenix 7 sapphire  (edited)
  2. Carl_Waters's avatar
    Nice one for posting this mine came today and I’m supper happy with it. To all the other comments, I just prefer the shiny metal look over the other models looks class with white and orange bands. Was undecided with getting Epix but it’s still over £100 more and has less battery and not as good in sun light. I just decided I prefer to save the £100+. Yes pro models are coming out soon but it’s going to be £150 more than this and prob £250 for the epix pro. The extra features are nice to have but I don’t think they’re worth the extra cost.
    sashforth's avatar
    For me, the most useful feature of any new model is the discount that you can normally get on the previous model. The Fenix 7 was nice enough watch but the best thing about it was the discount on the Fenix 6 pro that followed soon after its launch.
  3. sashforth's avatar
    The Fenix 7 is still a great watch but not at this price. With the price of the Epix 2, with its vastly superior Amoled screen, beginning to fall at last, I really can't see much point in the base level Fenix 7 unless it is heavily discounted. The sapphire version comes with solar and multi band GPS so is still worth considering but, again, only at the right price.

    As ever, it comes down to the balance of price and functionality.
    iainl7's avatar
    I don’t know how popular the Epix is, really. Because the big selling feature of the Fenix is that two week battery life despite having an always-visible display, and OLED is a lot more thirsty. 

    But then I’m currently wearing two Fenixes right now (my old one just tells me if my work phone goes off, as I’m on call) and I’ve certainly never taken either rock climbing, skiing or whatever. I just like watch-shaped watches. So maybe not.

    The other advantage of a cheap 6 Pro is that the 7 has a touchscreen, which I don’t like.  (edited)
  4. Craig_ward's avatar
    There is also an Epix Pro on the way possibly with ECG
  5. sossidge's avatar
    dropped by another tenner now: £439.33
    David_Lown's avatar
    Only £140 to go  
  6. garyho1220's avatar
    Just read a report saying the 7S Pro, 7 Pro and 7X Pro will be coming out soon, may be end of May. Expecting the price will be discounted further.
    Msx98's avatar
    Makes sense. This vanilla fenix is nothing like as capable as those will be. That said it will still be more than enough watch for the majority of people.
  7. FunkyDomino's avatar
    The way to go was back in January when the 6 pro was flogged off for £300
    Professor_Chaos's avatar
    I got the 945 for around £380 using the perks at work way back when it was newly released and going for £600 everywhere else

    as always it’s a matter of when you pick these up and you’ll get it at the right price 
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