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Garmin Fenix 5S Plus Compact Multisport Watch with Music, Maps and Garmin Pay, Silver with Black BanD down from £599 to £399
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Garmin Fenix 5S Plus Compact Multisport Watch with Music, Maps and Garmin Pay, Silver with Black BanD down from £599 to £399

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Posted 22nd Nov 2019

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Garmin fenix 5S Plus
Multisport GPS Watch With Maps, Music, Metrics and More
For athletes and outdoor adventurers, the Garmin fenix 5 Plus Series watches are the high-performance way to beat yesterday and bring your maps and music along. These rugged premium-crafted watches feature routable colour mapping, estimated wrist-based heart rate, storage for up to 500 songs and Garmin Pay contactless payment solution (available for supported cards from participating banks).

Mapping and Routing
fēnix 5 Plus watches include colour TOPO maps with Trendline popularity routing for your workouts, rides and adventures. Billions of miles of Garmin Connect data — collected from users like you — help you find and follow the best trails and routes.

Round-trip Run and Round-trip Ride routing options allow you to enter a distance you want to travel and have the watch suggest appropriate courses.

Music
You can enjoy phone-free listening on the go. There’s storage built right into your watch for up to 500 songs. So, it’s easy to download your favourite tunes for take-along listening through Bluetooth headphones (sold separately) - whether you’re running, biking, hiking or just taking a quick coffee break.

Key Features
Premium multisport GPS smart watch that estimates heart rate at the wrist
Includes colour TOPO maps featuring Trendline popularity routing to help you find the best paths
Fit for adventure with rugged design that features stainless steel bezel, buttons and rear case
Easily store and play up to 500 songs on your watch
Connect with Bluetooth headphones (sold separately) for phone-free listening
Garmin Pay contactless payment solution
Built-in navigation sensors include three-axis compass, gyroscope and barometric altimeter
Multiple satellite system (GPS, GLONASS and Galileo) to track in more challenging environments
Navigation, Performance Metrics and Wrist-based Heart Rate Monitoring
mapping and navigation
Your Roadmap to Success
Your Roadmap to Success

Whether you're in the city or on the trail, all fenix S Plus Series watches provide built-in mapping and navigation features to help keep you oriented and on course. Full colour TOPO mapping comes preloaded with map data optimised for at-a-glance navigation and location tracking. For runners and cyclists, the device also features Trendline popularity routing which uses billions of miles of Garmin Connect data to help you find and follow the best trails and routes.

Multinetwork Navigation
Multinetwork Navigation
Every fenix S Plus Series watch features multinetwork (GPS, GLONASS and Galileo) satellite reception to track in more challenging environments than GPS alone. In addition to map-based guidance, each watch also provides a set of ABC (altimeter, barometer and compass) sensors for outdoor navigation. The built-in altimeter provides elevation data to accurately monitor ascent and descent for activities such as hiking, while the tilt-compensated three-axis electronic compass keeps your bearing.

Advanced Performance Metrics
Advanced Performance Metrics
fenix delivers training features to monitor your form and performance. Tap into physiological metrics, running dynamics and more to track your workout stats, measure your progress and fine-tune your form. Training status automatically evaluates your recent exercise history and performance indicators to let you know if you're overtraining, maintaining or peaking.

Wrist-based heart rate
Wrist-based Heart Rate
On your wrist, Elevate wrist heart rate technology lets you monitor your estimated heart rate without wearing a chest strap. In addition to counting steps and monitoring sleep, the watch uses heart rate to provide calories burned information and quantify the intensity of your fitness activities. It also measures your heart rate variability to calculate a stress score that helps you assess what level of activity your body is ready for.

Music, Contactless Payment and Connectivity
Music
A Little Travelling Music
Got a power song that gets you pumped up for a race or tough workout? Now you can have up to 500 songs stored right on your watch, for phone­-free listening on the go. It's easy to transfer music from your computer and then queue up your favourite playlist for easy listening through compatible Bluetooth headphones (sold separately). So leave your phone behind when you head out for a run or ride, because the music that keeps you moving is right there on your wrist.

Contactless payment
Pay with a Wave of Your Hand
To help keep pace with your active lifestyle, Garmin fenix 5 Plus devices feature Garmin Pay contactless payment solution. Use it to pay for purchases so you can breeze through checkout lines while leaving your cash and cards at home. Try it anywhere there's a scanner for contactless payments.

stay connected
Stay Smartly Connected
All fenix 5 Plus Series models support smart notifications when paired with a compatible device. Receive emails, texts and alerts right on your watch -whether you're on the trail, on the golf course or simply away from your desk. Other connected features include automatic uploads to our Garmin Connect online fitness community, live tracking, Group Track and social media sharing through the free Garmin Connect and Garmin Connect Mobile applications.

Premium Materials with Customised Watch Faces
premium material
Premium Materials, Robust Performance
Built for rugged adventures and crafted of the finest premium-grade materials, this fenix 5S Plus watch has a PVD-coated stainless-steel bezel. A bright, high-resolution, full-colour Garmin Chroma Display with LED backlighting assures readability in all ambient conditions. Transftective technology reflects and transmits light at the same time enables the watch face to become even more readable under intense sunlight.

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26 Comments
I just got the text to say my 645 is ready for collection and you show me this? Decisions!
Same price for the larger (non-S) model too.
tek-monkey22/11/2019 15:09

I just got the text to say my 645 is ready for collection and you show me …I just got the text to say my 645 is ready for collection and you show me this? Decisions!


I dont think this is worth twice the price of a 645 unless you really want a fenix
pr2thej22/11/2019 15:14

I dont think this is worth twice the price of a 645 unless you really want …I dont think this is worth twice the price of a 645 unless you really want a fenix


We're getting back into hiking season rather than running, and the maps would be useful. Can the 645 do any routing?

EDIT: I think the 645 will suffice, and this is actually only £28 cheaper than I can already get it for so not the saving I thought.
Edited by: "tek-monkey" 22nd Nov 2019
This is too much watch for me! Checking my alerts regularly for the Garmin Vivoactive or Venu (latest models)! C'mon Amazon, drop the price! Voted hot nonetheless!
This is more useful to me as it has golf functionality which unfortunately the 645 doesn't.
lewish22/11/2019 15:30

This is too much watch for me! Checking my alerts regularly for the Garmin …This is too much watch for me! Checking my alerts regularly for the Garmin Vivoactive or Venu (latest models)! C'mon Amazon, drop the price! Voted hot nonetheless!


Which you going for??
Josh9222/11/2019 17:38

Which you going for??


They both have pretty much the same features so it's a tough one. Venu doesn't have as long battery life due the AMOLED screen but is more vibrant. Looks wise personally, I prefer the Vivoactive. I'm completely torn.
lewish22/11/2019 17:46

They both have pretty much the same features so it's a tough one. Venu …They both have pretty much the same features so it's a tough one. Venu doesn't have as long battery life due the AMOLED screen but is more vibrant. Looks wise personally, I prefer the Vivoactive. I'm completely torn.


Same! Battery life is still pretty good with Venu, I guess as they are so similar it’s the trade off between battery life and better display. I think I’m with you though, Vivoactive for me. But could go computer curve ball and get Apple S5. First world problems eh? Haha
Josh9222/11/2019 17:51

Same! Battery life is still pretty good with Venu, I guess as they are so …Same! Battery life is still pretty good with Venu, I guess as they are so similar it’s the trade off between battery life and better display. I think I’m with you though, Vivoactive for me. But could go computer curve ball and get Apple S5. First world problems eh? Haha


Haha! Apple have nailed it with the look of a Smartwatch. I loved the Nike sport version and would have bought one had I not been an android user (who's too stubborn to switch ecosystem ).
lewish22/11/2019 17:59

Haha! Apple have nailed it with the look of a Smartwatch. I loved the Nike …Haha! Apple have nailed it with the look of a Smartwatch. I loved the Nike sport version and would have bought one had I not been an android user (who's too stubborn to switch ecosystem ).


I’m firmly on the Apple bandwagon haha. Good or bad! You may have just made my mind up, Nike S5 it is?! Maybe. Black Friday deals on Vivoactive/ Nike S5 will probably make my mind up
lewish22/11/2019 17:46

They both have pretty much the same features so it's a tough one. Venu …They both have pretty much the same features so it's a tough one. Venu doesn't have as long battery life due the AMOLED screen but is more vibrant. Looks wise personally, I prefer the Vivoactive. I'm completely torn.


Received the Venu this morning. Took it off charge at 8:30 am- HRM running continuosly, installed an update, several notifications and still at 95% 10 hours later- its early days but battery life doesn't look too bad
Presumably the TCB 10% for watches applies to this too. Makes it a very good price indeed.
kingosticks22/11/2019 21:13

Presumably the TCB 10% for watches applies to this too. Makes it a very …Presumably the TCB 10% for watches applies to this too. Makes it a very good price indeed.


That makes it more interesting!
Quidco also have 10% on watches at amazon
lewish22/11/2019 17:46

They both have pretty much the same features so it's a tough one. Venu …They both have pretty much the same features so it's a tough one. Venu doesn't have as long battery life due the AMOLED screen but is more vibrant. Looks wise personally, I prefer the Vivoactive. I'm completely torn.


I've had both the screen on the Venu is great but the vivoactive display is bigger. Personally I like the amoled screen more and the watch faces just look so much better on the Venu. I think it marries the amoled to garmin accuracy really well. Weirdly I've gone for a galaxy watch active 2 as it does the Smartwatch thing better imo and I'll get an Instinct or 245 when I train for something. Had the 6 and is the best of all worlds imo. Looks the part and does everything so well.. Just couldn't justify my watch being twice the price of my phone...
Msx9822/11/2019 23:18

I've had both the screen on the Venu is great but the vivoactive display …I've had both the screen on the Venu is great but the vivoactive display is bigger. Personally I like the amoled screen more and the watch faces just look so much better on the Venu. I think it marries the amoled to garmin accuracy really well. Weirdly I've gone for a galaxy watch active 2 as it does the Smartwatch thing better imo and I'll get an Instinct or 245 when I train for something. Had the 6 and is the best of all worlds imo. Looks the part and does everything so well.. Just couldn't justify my watch being twice the price of my phone...


You must have run out of room on your arm thanks for that though. I nearly jumped at the ~£450 6s deal that popped up but the wife would kill me! Id be worried about the active2 as it doesn't have any protection around the screen which I know I'd probably break it when weight training
Wait for a week more and get Fenix 6X Pro 
Great price, but to be honest I would always get the sapphire version.
kingosticks22/11/2019 21:13

Presumably the TCB 10% for watches applies to this too. Makes it a very …Presumably the TCB 10% for watches applies to this too. Makes it a very good price indeed.



Hmm actually it doesn't look like it can be applied. The Garmin 5S Plus in the *watches" section of Amazon is still £567. The one that's £400 is in their *electronics* section. Shame, at £360 I was going to finally grab this.
kingosticks24/11/2019 23:46

Hmm actually it doesn't look like it can be applied. The Garmin 5S Plus in …Hmm actually it doesn't look like it can be applied. The Garmin 5S Plus in the *watches" section of Amazon is still £567. The one that's £400 is in their *electronics* section. Shame, at £360 I was going to finally grab this.


Would you consider cex? They sell them for 280, second hand but often in vgc.
Thanks but no. I'd want a decent guarantee and return policy when spending that kind of money on any Garmin product.
kingosticks25/11/2019 09:51

Thanks but no. I'd want a decent guarantee and return policy when spending …Thanks but no. I'd want a decent guarantee and return policy when spending that kind of money on any Garmin product.


Perhaps because I buy a lot from cex (and they like me? :/ ) but have taken advantage of their return policy and 2 year warranty with no issues.
Msx9825/11/2019 10:25

Perhaps because I buy a lot from cex (and they like me? :/ ) but have …Perhaps because I buy a lot from cex (and they like me? :/ ) but have taken advantage of their return policy and 2 year warranty with no issues.



I didn't know they did that. Interesting.
Don't get me wrong there are probably a lot of horrendous items on CeX but in my experience buying this kind of thing is relatively risk free. Nothing a wash in some disinfectant and a scrub can't sort out is about the worst I've seen.
Anybody know which UK high street retailers stock this and other Fenix ranges. Struggling to find one close so I can view before buying. Tried blacks / millers but staff didn’t even know which model they were showing me!
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