Garmin Fenix 5 for £360 delivered at Amazon.de
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Garmin Fenix 5 for £360 delivered at Amazon.de

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Found 31st Dec 2017Edited by:"Kapitein"
Garmin Fenix 5 for £360 delivered at Amazon.de
To get the price you must go to checkout and the 20% will be deducted so you end up with 360 delivered.

Cheapest so far. (cheapest found in the uk is £442)

Only for Fenix 5!
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Great deal!
gus7747 s ago

Great deal!


For a fantastic watch! Battery lasts forever on this one.
Heat given. I got this on release date from Amazon France for a similar price but decided to keep my 3HR instead as I dont think its worth the upgrade but if you dont already have one then its a great watch. I'm still waiting for Amazon to sell the 5X.
wear this everyday. heat added. I got mine when it first came out iwth 15% off, so this is better.
£376.86 for me.
MattNorfolk1 m ago

£376.86 for me.


Pay in Euros. Conversion rate sucks.
MattNorfolk3 m ago

£376.86 for me.


The OP has failed to mention its based on using a fee free card with an exhange rate of appx 1.13
Kapitein4 m ago

Pay in Euros. Conversion rate sucks.


I have no idea how much the conversion rate through my bank would be though. Recently closed a credit card account where I was given the best possible exchange rate.
rhinopaul4 m ago

The OP has failed to mention its based on using a fee free card with an …The OP has failed to mention its based on using a fee free card with an exhange rate of appx 1.13


Only just closed an account which I was being given the best exchange rate
MattNorfolk4 m ago

I have no idea how much the conversion rate through my bank would be …I have no idea how much the conversion rate through my bank would be though. Recently closed a credit card account where I was given the best possible exchange rate.


If you dont have a fee free card then you will probably be charged 2.9% fee .Using the Mastercard currency calculator you will probably be charged appx £373.29
rhinopaul1 m ago

If you dont have a fee free card then you will probably be charged 2.9% …If you dont have a fee free card then you will probably be charged 2.9% fee .Using the Mastercard currency calculator you will probably be charged appx £373.29


Thank you.
MattNorfolk5 m ago

Only just closed an account which I was being given the best exchange rate …Only just closed an account which I was being given the best exchange rate


Get yourself a fee free card like Halifax Clarity. They are also giving £20 back on the first purchase. Saves a fortune if you use Amazon Europe a lot as I do.
stompin deal. Got mine for a little more with an extra strap. ive had it on since christmas day and still has 75% battery. Not done any exercise though
rhinopaul10 m ago

Get yourself a fee free card like Halifax Clarity. They are also giving …Get yourself a fee free card like Halifax Clarity. They are also giving £20 back on the first purchase. Saves a fortune if you use Amazon Europe a lot as I do.


Just got rid of the Barclaycard one but now got the Halifax Clarity like you said. The £20 credit back is a bonus, thanks. Would be good if it came through quick enough to order this.
MattNorfolk3 m ago

Just got rid of the Barclaycard one but now got the Halifax Clarity like …Just got rid of the Barclaycard one but now got the Halifax Clarity like you said. The £20 credit back is a bonus, thanks. Would be good if it came through quick enough to order this.


Sorry to say that this deal expires today 31st but as its not due in til 10 Jan you might be able to change the payment card after purchase as they dont charge until despatch.
rhinopaul24 m ago

Sorry to say that this deal expires today 31st but as its not due in til …Sorry to say that this deal expires today 31st but as its not due in til 10 Jan you might be able to change the payment card after purchase as they dont charge until despatch.


Tempting but unsure if that will work. I think if I wait for a while, a similar deal might come out..... hopefully
rhinopaul1 h, 36 m ago

Heat given. I got this on release date from Amazon France for a similar …Heat given. I got this on release date from Amazon France for a similar price but decided to keep my 3HR instead as I dont think its worth the upgrade but if you dont already have one then its a great watch. I'm still waiting for Amazon to sell the 5X.


If you're interested in the 5X. Cotswold Outdoor sell for £630 and add free kodiak powerbank.
cotswoldoutdoor.com/p/g…tml
Add AF-NTS-W2 for additional 10% off. So £567
I was planning on waiting for a 935 deal (coming from 735XT) but not sure it will go down as low as this.

Just wondering if the additional size and weight of the Fenix 5 will bother me
rosco12322 m ago

If you're interested in the 5X. Cotswold Outdoor sell for £630 and add …If you're interested in the 5X. Cotswold Outdoor sell for £630 and add free kodiak powerbank.https://www.cotswoldoutdoor.com/p/garmin-fenix-5x-sapphire-multisport-gps-watch-EA214157.htmlAdd AF-NTS-W2 for additional 10% off. So £567



Thanks for the info but I live in France and just prefer to use Amazon knowing I can return the item without hassle.
Blacks have actually had it for £504 in the past but I will also wait for about the £450 mark before being tempted as the 3HR is still a great watch and I'm in no hurry to part with it just yet.
Does this have the sapphire screen?
lewisjenkins513 m ago

Does this have the sapphire screen?


Only the 5x has the sapphire screen as standard
rosco1234 m ago

Only the 5x has the sapphire screen as standard


There is a 5 with Saphire as well but its not on these 5's as I originally thought the same as you and then started noticing a 5 with sapphire .
rhinopaul5 m ago

There is a 5 with Saphire as well but its not on these 5's as I originally …There is a 5 with Saphire as well but its not on these 5's as I originally thought the same as you and then started noticing a 5 with sapphire .


Yes. I bought the 5x a fortnight ago. It's only available with sapphire glass and one size only. Huge, about the size of the fenix 3HR and maybe a tiny bit slimmer
rosco1235 m ago

Yes. I bought the 5x a fortnight ago. It's only available with sapphire …Yes. I bought the 5x a fortnight ago. It's only available with sapphire glass and one size only. Huge, about the size of the fenix 3HR and maybe a tiny bit slimmer


Thats why I'm waiting for it as I really like the size of my 3HR and found the 5 to not feel so good on the wrist. The small tweaks in the 5 compared to the 3HR are just not worth paying the extra for but I'm hoping the 5X will be.
mdentz25 m ago

I was planning on waiting for a 935 deal (coming from 735XT) but not sure …I was planning on waiting for a 935 deal (coming from 735XT) but not sure it will go down as low as this.Just wondering if the additional size and weight of the Fenix 5 will bother me


wait it out for the 935. check the official Garmin forums - you'll see plenty of reasons not to buy the Fenix 5. it is a good deal however.
mdentz26 m ago

I was planning on waiting for a 935 deal (coming from 735XT) but not sure …I was planning on waiting for a 935 deal (coming from 735XT) but not sure it will go down as low as this.Just wondering if the additional size and weight of the Fenix 5 will bother me


Amazon.de also have the 935 cheaper than most. I think regarding weight is down to your activity. If you are a serious triathlete then the 935 but if you are generally just active then the 5 should be ok. The 5 combines looks and practicality whilst the 935 is purely for the sports.
rhinopaul4 m ago

Thats why I'm waiting for it as I really like the size of my 3HR and found …Thats why I'm waiting for it as I really like the size of my 3HR and found the 5 to not feel so good on the wrist. The small tweaks in the 5 compared to the 3HR are just not worth paying the extra for but I'm hoping the 5X will be.


The improvements are many but subtle. Better display, colours, battery life, extra options and maps. etc,etc.
Fenix 5 is a good improvement over 3 HR. I do day long hikes 14hrs +. And the 3HR is on the edge of battery life after 14 hrs of GPS tracking.
All depends what you will be using the device for anyway.

The Fenix 5 is also a bit thinner. The 3HR is quite bulky on your wrist.
Edited by: "Kapitein" 31st Dec 2017
Thanks OP - just purchased. Been waiting for one of these to upgrade from my Forerunner 630.

Cheers
Thanks. Returning my Vivoactive 3. It has miserable battery life. On my 2h bike ride I had used 50% of the battery. Fenix 5 should be so much better
Great price, great device.
What about returns in case of any issues?
For those looking at the Garmin 935, you can save 20% on the RRP (£469.99) if you work for a government department and have access to Edenred (edenred.uk.com/cc-…tml). Works out to £375.99 delivered!

Hope that helps someone I’m definitely glad I chose the 935 > Fenix 5, it weighs nothing, battery life is fantastic and loaded with features. Plus it has the same great screen and WiFi as well which is only available on the sapphire Fenix 5 upwards.
Mixed reviews, doesn't justify the price. It's just a glorified fitbit, but with poorer user experience
Build quality of this itself already justifies the extra cost over F3. The F3 was more plasticky and felt more like a gadget whereas the F5 actually looks fairly decent on your wrist. The size is also better (smaller) than the F3. Not sure I could live with the F5X's and F3's size.
Sharpharp12 m ago

It's just a glorified fitbit, but with poorer user experience


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benjai12 m ago

Build quality of this itself already justifies the extra cost over F3. The …Build quality of this itself already justifies the extra cost over F3. The F3 was more plasticky and felt more like a gadget whereas the F5 actually looks fairly decent on your wrist. The size is also better (smaller) than the F3. Not sure I could live with the F5X's and F3's size.


Not sure how you come to that conclusion as they have a similar build quality just varying colours both in the F3 and the F5. The only thing that can be plasticky are the straps of which is a personal preference as to me the F5 strap feels cheaper. The size again is merely preference depending on your wrist size so its not better ( well for you maybe ) but you cant generalise as for me the bigger watch fits better.
mdentz4 h, 59 m ago

I was planning on waiting for a 935 deal (coming from 735XT) but not sure …I was planning on waiting for a 935 deal (coming from 735XT) but not sure it will go down as low as this.Just wondering if the additional size and weight of the Fenix 5 will bother me


There's the smaller and lighter Fenix 5s if the weight is a concern, I've always fancied a Fenix but they were way too big however when the 5s came out I gave that a go as it's a good bit smaller and lighter making it comfortable to wear all the time on a smaller wrist.
935 is considerably lighter and has WiFi. It also fits more easily underneath shirt cuffs and looks much less 'sporty' then the 920XT for example. It comes down to personal choice really so if you want a slightly lighter watch with a stretchy strap then go with the 935 but they are both the same really.

As all Fenix 5 based devices are on the latest Garmin software you will see more updates over time and new features e.g. Running Power (not available on Fenix 3HR).

Remember, if you are a Vitality customer (or know someone who is) you can get 25% off the Fenix range although that is an RRP offer so £375 delivered.
I was lucky enough to receive a 935 for xmas from my wife, great bit of kit - made even better that she actually ordered and paid for a Polar watch at around £160. Won't tell you the retailer but they sent the wrong one we not got round to telling them yet...
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