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Garmin Instinct GPS watch with Tempe temperature sensor, £215.99 @ Go Outdoors
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Garmin Instinct GPS watch with Tempe temperature sensor, £215.99 @ Go Outdoors

£215.99£256.4916%Go Outdoors Deals
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Posted 3rd Nov 2018
The Garmin Instinct is a fairly new model, only released a few weeks ago. It has many of the features of the Garmin Fenix 5.
This is a bundle with the Garmin Tempe ANT+ temperature sensor, which usually costs about £25 on its own.
Available in black or red.

£269.99 then use the code 20INSTINCT for a 20% discount. Note you will need a Go Outdoors card, cost £5.
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deleted794454
You don't need the £5 membership card. It's optional. Code still makes it £215.99.

Keen to pick one up but torn between this and a Garmin Fenix 5 with NUS discount.

Oh and if anyone does buy this, check the box on the payment page to make a 50p donation to Mountain Rescue.
Edited by: "deleted794454" 4th Nov 2018
deleted79445404/11/2018 06:30

You don't need the £5 membership card. It's optional. Code still makes it …You don't need the £5 membership card. It's optional. Code still makes it £215.99.Keen to pick one up but torn between this and a Garmin Fenix 5 with NUS discount.Oh and if anyone does buy this, check the box on the payment page to make a 50p donation to Mountain Rescue.


What garmin fenix are you talking about?
deleted79445404/11/2018 06:30

You don't need the £5 membership card. It's optional. Code still makes it …You don't need the £5 membership card. It's optional. Code still makes it £215.99.Keen to pick one up but torn between this and a Garmin Fenix 5 with NUS discount.Oh and if anyone does buy this, check the box on the payment page to make a 50p donation to Mountain Rescue.


Unidays does not work for me on that site
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hitmant10 m ago

What garmin fenix are you talking about?


Fenix 5. Not the Plus version.
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hitmant04/11/2018 08:28

Unidays does not work for me on that site


NUS does. Not sure about Unidays.
deleted79445404/11/2018 08:29

NUS does. Not sure about Unidays.


How did you get the nus code? I have nus extra, and nothing is showing on the app

Is it the long number on my card?
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hitmant04/11/2018 08:31

How did you get the nus code? I have nus extra, and nothing is showing on …How did you get the nus code? I have nus extra, and nothing is showing on the appIs it the long number on my card?


It's a link from the NUS website to the Garmin official site. 40% off select models and other Garmin products too.
deleted7944544th Nov 2018

It's a link from the NUS website to the Garmin official site. 40% off …It's a link from the NUS website to the Garmin official site. 40% off select models and other Garmin products too.


Just checked it out, I'd personally wait, you'll probably get a better black Friday deal
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deleted794454
Ossibly. But I can't see a Fenix 5+ going for £350. Vivoactive 3 Music looks good too. Want something feature packed but able to control Tidal, Spotify and my DAP.
Good deal based on current prices

It has some features of the Fenix 5, but misses a lot of them too if you look at a comparison article online. The main one will be this has 2/3’s less battery life compared to the Fenix 5. One of the big draws for me with the Fenix is the couple of weeks between charges (and I use mine a lot). This is cheaper, but if you can stretch a little further i’d say do it and you won’t regret it.
Edited by: "andrewp" 4th Nov 2018
deleted79445404/11/2018 09:10

Ossibly. But I can't see a Fenix 5+ going for £350. Vivoactive 3 Music …Ossibly. But I can't see a Fenix 5+ going for £350. Vivoactive 3 Music looks good too. Want something feature packed but able to control Tidal, Spotify and my DAP.


The garmin 5+ is coming up at £450 for me..
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deleted1204383
There's a nice detailed review from DC Rainmaker here: dcrainmaker.com/201…tml
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It includes comparisons to the Vivoactive and Fenix 5. The Fenix 5 has some more features, but it still costs £100 more.
Yes, the battery life isn't quite as good as the Fenix. But still claims about 16 hours, should be enough to last a week or so for most people. Or a long day out, running/cycling/walking.
Also the Fenix 5 is a lot heavier, could be annoying to wear as an everyday watch.
The lack of support for Connect IQ on the Instinct is a bit annoying, it limits how much you can customise it, by adding extra apps etc.
hitmant21 h, 2 m ago

The garmin 5+ is coming up at £450 for me..


If you add it to your basket you will see the discounted amount then. Only works for 1 item it seems
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