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Garmin fēnix® 5X Slate Grey Sapphire with Black Band £337.99 with Free Delivery @ Garmin Shop
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Get More From Your WorkoutThe ultra multisport GPS watch with preloaded full-colour TOPO mapping for Europe and wearable navigation features
  • Steel Grip design with stainless steel EXO-Antenna as bezel, forged steel back and sapphire crystal to maintain best integrity in demanding environment
  • Preloaded activity profiles for all your sports and adventures and Elevate™ wrist heartrate
  • Put key stats at your fingertips with the performance widget that shows the effects and progress of your workouts
  • Connected features2 include smart notifications, Wi-Fi support for automatic uploads to Garmin Connect™ online sport community and personalisation through free watch faces and apps from our Connect IQ™ store
  • Outdoor sensors, including GPS and GLONASS satellite positioning, barometric altimeter, 3-axis compass with gyroscope.
  • Battery life: up to 12 days in smartwatch mode (depending on settings), up to 20 hours in GPS mode or up to 50 hours in UltraTrac™ battery saver mode.

fēnix 5X is the ultra multisport GPS watch for athletes and adventurers. It’s the first fēnix series watch to offer full-colour European recreational mapping for at-a-glance navigation and location reference – so you can beat yesterday, and be sure of getting back. You get training features such as Elevate™ wrist heart rate technology2, built-in activity profiles, advanced performance metrics and training status readings that allow you to train more efficient. Smart notifications1 help you stay in touch on the go. Plus, QuickFit™ bands let you tailor the look to any lifestyle or activity – no tools required.

Striking Design, Strong Performancefēnix 5X is the ultra watch with 51mm diameter and the most advance training and navigation feature set. fēnix 5X features a rugged design and tough quality feel with a stainless steel EXO-Antenna as bezel and a forged steel back to guarantee the best integrity in demanding environments water-rated to 100 meters. The fēnix 5X matches both your aesthetic and athletic interests.


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A Full-colour Roadmap to the FinishlineWhether you’re in the city or on the trail, an array of fēnix 5X on-watch mapping and navigation features help keep you oriented and on-course at a glance.

  • Full-colour European recreational mapping that comes preloaded; map data is optimised for at-a-glance navigation and location tracking on your wrist
  • Round-trip routing options give runners and cyclists the ability to enter a distance they want to conduct and the watch will suggest appropriate courses
  • Easy-to-read guidance cues provide banners on the display that show upcoming turns
  • Around Me map mode displays locations nearby in a simplified graphical interface that increases awareness and ease when navigating in unfamiliar environments
  • Data overlays on the map highlight key information so you don’t have to switch screens while in an activity
  • GroupTrack4 allows you to keep tabs on your buddies for adventures such as skiing; LiveTrack allows friends to follow your adventures in real time2



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Outstanding readability on the RunAn always on, high-resolution, full-colour Garmin Chroma Display™ assures great readability at any time. fēnix 5X makes use of 1.2’’ display with transflective technology that reflects and transmits light at the same time enables the watch face to become even better readable under intense sunlight. To guarantee enhanced durability in rough environment this sport watch offers a high quality scratch-resistant sapphire lens.

Wrist-based Heart Rate1To provide the ultimate freedom to the ambitious athlete all fēnix 5 models include Elevate wrist heart rate technology that lets you monitor your heart rate without wearing a chest strap. With the new fully integrated Elevate sensor on your wrist you can control at any time the intensity of your training and track daily activities with 24/7 heartrate monitoring to gain more accurate information on burned calories during the day.


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Match Your Style with Interchangeable WatchbandsA selection of QuickFit bands in your choice of premium leather, metal or silicone makes it easy to mix and match styles to go with any sport or activity. No tools are required to make the transformation. Just swap, click and go.


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All you need to know about your TrainingYou aim to get better and better, this drives you through countless training hours. fēnix 5X’s new Performance Widget holds all information easy to access in one place that will better track your fitness level and help you to train more efficient.

  • Training Status: Tells you how effective your training is and provides guidance on whether your workouts are productive and paying off.
  • VO2Max Estimator: Crunches running or cycling performance data to estimate the maximum volume of oxygen you can consume per minute and gives you an indication of your level of fitness.
  • Training Load: Tells you how hard you train over a period of time no matter which activity.
  • Recovery Advisor: With Recovery Timer that tells you the recommended recovery time counting down from your last workout.



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More advanced indicators like your functional threshold power (FTP) and Lactate Threshold help you to better judge your actual performance level during cycling or running and the Race Predictor eventually estimates your ideal finish time for a 5k, 10k, half marathon and marathon distance races based on your current VO2max number. Training Effect 2.0 will provide beyond this aerobic and anaerobic benefit scores so that you understand whether your high-intensity interval training really pays off.


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Step up your RunningNow you can go further with your running data. Garmin training features that tap into extended physiological metrics and advanced running dynamics1 can help improve your form and overall performance. These metrics include performance condition that compares your actual condition to your average fitness level, running cadence, and stride length. Make every run a personal challenge, compete against others on Strava Live Segments, get alerts for segment starts and finishes, view leaderboard rankings, and see how your current effort compares to your PR you can get.

Once paired with a compatible heart rate chest strap such as the HRM-Run™, you can access additional fēnix 5X metrics3 like Stress Score to measure your actual stress level based on your heart rate variability, vertical oscillation and ratio or ground contact time and balance to make your running more efficient.


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Run Verticalfēnix 5X comes loaded with features that make all the difference on the trail. The Auto Climb/Run switch makes sure you get in any environment the right metrics – go for pace and distance once running in the flat and automatically switch to accumulated ascent and vertical speed once you start climbing. Use detailed TOPO mapping for better situational awareness in alpine environment. For the Ultra distance runner fēnix 5X provides a special mode that allows you to extend tracking to take it much further and track up to 100 h in the new gyro-reinforced UltraTrac®* mode.

A True Multi Sport TalentFor the multi-sport athlete of any type fēnix 5X is the perfect partner. Use dedicated activity profiles for Swim-Run or Triathlon or create the multisport profile that suits your training routine or race day. Transition easily from one activity to the next with just one button press to make sure all your training splits are taken into account.

The Watch for All Sorts of SportsBeyond their running functions, fēnix 5X watches also offer special feature sets to support cycling, swim training, skiing, golfing and paddle sports, including stand-up paddle boarding and rowing. For cycling fēnix 5X supports speed and distance and all cycling dynamics once paired with a power meter, for swimmers, the device tracks your distance, stroke count and more. Ski/Board mode puts speed, distance, vertical drop and an automatic run counter at your fingertips. The feature set for paddle sports includes stroke count, stroke rate and even distance per stroke. Golf mode gives you yardage to the front, back and middle of the green for any single course you’ve downloaded from Garmin Connect – and also adds enhancements such as stat tracking (fairways hit, etc.), Green View, AutoShot detection and auto measure.


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For cyclists, fēnix 5X also offers cycling-specific routings and is compatible with the Varia™ lineof smart bike lights, rearview radar and wearable Varia Vision™ displays that aid in situational awareness on the road.

Navigate the Great Outdoors, Your WayEach fēnix 5 guides you safely on and off the beaten path combining GPS/GLONASS positioning, advanced sensors and well known Garmin navigation features like TracBack™. To provide the most accurate information the device auto-calibrates its sensors using GPS. The built-in altimeter provides elevation data to accurately monitor ascent and descent, while the thermometer and barometer can be used to predict weather changes by showing short-term trends in air pressure. The 3-axis electronic compass keeps your bearing, whether you’re moving or not.

So Many Ways to Stay ConnectedAll fēnix 5 series models can support smart notifications when paired with a compatible device. Receive emails, texts and alerts right on your watch. Another new fenix 5 feature is Group Track4 that allows you to pair your device through Garmin Connect™ so you can keep tabs of your connected buddies, and they can keep tabs on you when you get separated during an activity. Other connected features include automatic uploads to our Garmin Connect via Wi-Fi, live tracking and social media sharing through our free Garmin Connect™ Mobileapplications

Custom Apps and Watch FacesYou can customise your fēnix 5X watch with free downloads from our Connect IQ store. Change your watch face, add data fields or get apps and widgets for information at a glance. Garmin is continually working with top companies and developers to build partnerships that add even more value to your fēnix multisport watch. Names such as Uber, Strava, AccuWeather and many others offer apps and enhancements that let you tailor your fēnix 5X to fit your lifestyle in more ways than ever.


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Wear Your Personality on Your SleeveYou can also download the free Garmin Face It™watch face app to customise your fēnix 5S with any photo from your smartphone. Just download the app, choose an image from your photo library, adjust the style for time and set it as your watch’s face. Whether it’s a scenic view from your last hike or a picture of your new puppy, with Garmin you can add personality to your watch that’s uniquely you.

Running PowerAdd power data to your training by downloading our Running Power app from the Connect IQ™store onto your compatible watch. Developed by Garmin Labs, the Running Power app taps into metrics — such as pace, vertical oscillation, grade and even local wind conditions — to determine the amount of power you’re applying at the ground as you run. When you know how much power you’re expending from minute to minute and mile to mile, you’re better able to pace yourself, which can help keep you from tiring out too quickly. The best news? If you already own the right Garmin devices, adding power to your run is free. All you need is a fēnix® 5/fēnix 5S/ fēnix 5X, fēnix Chronos, Forerunner® 935 and 1 of these 3 accessories: HRM-Run™ , HRM-Tri™ or the Running DynamicsPod. Visit the Running Science page to learn more.

1Activity tracking accuracy
2When paired with a compatible smartphone
3When paired with a heart monitor. Included with some models, sold separately on others
4When paired with a compatible smartphone - GroupTrack can track up to 50 people.

Wi-Fi is a registered trademark of the Wi-Fi Alliance. App Store is a trademark of Apple Inc. Google Play is a trademark of Google Inc.

*The UltraTrac feature is a GPS setting that records track points and sensor data less frequently. Enabling the UltraTrac feature increases battery life but decreases the quality of recorded activities. You should use the UltraTrac feature for activities that demand longer battery life and for which frequent sensor data updates are less important.
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I’m actually posting this as I need help from all you tech savvy HotUKDealers. I’m looking at potentially this or an Apple Watch series 5.

Any help/advice would be much appreciated?

Thanks
The_Shepherd04/02/2020 13:46

I’m actually posting this as I need help from all you tech savvy H …I’m actually posting this as I need help from all you tech savvy HotUKDealers. I’m looking at potentially this or an Apple Watch series 5.Any help/advice would be much appreciated?Thanks


What are your requirements? Apple is a catch all, garmin devices are very specific to your needs.
Shepherd, what activities are you going to be using it for? need a bit more insight into your circumstances and needs!
Price is £519 for me?
Am I missing something? Shows at £519.99 for me.
Is there a code to get this price ? Link says £519.99
tek-monkey04/02/2020 13:53

What are your requirements? Apple is a catch all, garmin devices are very …What are your requirements? Apple is a catch all, garmin devices are very specific to your needs.


I’m not sure if this is overkill for what I need. Looking for something that I can use for hill walking, mountain biking, heart rate monitor, basic text/email notifications. I’ve started doing a bit of running too. Maps are a big bonus and it is a really nice looking watch.

I’ve read though that this is quite bulky/heavy and the HR monitor can be slightly inaccurate.

I don’t know anyone that owns one so can’t really ask for advice. I currently own an older Apple Watch but looking to change or upgrade.

Thanks for your time.
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I’ll suspend it just now as not sure why I’m getting it at this price
Working fine for me...
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I found looking at the link of the earlier garmin post (nus totum) it appears to set a cookie meaning the price cut is applied when returning to the site.
I think this cookie thing is working. First time I tried I got the retail price. The. I tried again, after looking at the nustotum deal and I now get the discounted price. Shame I haven't got the money for this
The_Shepherd04/02/2020 14:02

I’m not sure if this is overkill for what I need. Looking for something t …I’m not sure if this is overkill for what I need. Looking for something that I can use for hill walking, mountain biking, heart rate monitor, basic text/email notifications. I’ve started doing a bit of running too. Maps are a big bonus and it is a really nice looking watch. I’ve read though that this is quite bulky/heavy and the HR monitor can be slightly inaccurate. I don’t know anyone that owns one so can’t really ask for advice. I currently own an older Apple Watch but looking to change or upgrade. Thanks for your time.


This will be perfect for you I have it and I do a lot of hiking, it does all that you require it to do. Apple Watch is a girls watch Fenix 5X Is for Men 😬
The_Shepherd04/02/2020 14:02

I’m not sure if this is overkill for what I need. Looking for something t …I’m not sure if this is overkill for what I need. Looking for something that I can use for hill walking, mountain biking, heart rate monitor, basic text/email notifications. I’ve started doing a bit of running too. Maps are a big bonus and it is a really nice looking watch. I’ve read though that this is quite bulky/heavy and the HR monitor can be slightly inaccurate. I don’t know anyone that owns one so can’t really ask for advice. I currently own an older Apple Watch but looking to change or upgrade. Thanks for your time.


I was in a similar situation, and held off due to cost. Then I started running and TBH found a forerunner was better suited, when hiking my phone covers mapping much better and you can use breadcrumb trails on most garmins (apparently, I'm yet to test!).

Wrist based heart rate monitors are OK, not perfect but generally work well enough to get a good idea. Most garmins of a similar age use the same tech here, so no issues which you choose. The main decision is on the sports you do, and what you want out of it. I have cycled a few times with my 645, it tracks where I was with GPS and heart rate during, plus calories burnt etc. Same with hiking, but be aware of hills - my wander around Petra last month shows many interesting spikes when in deep gorges so it will never be perfect. This is true of all though. For running the forerunner seriously shows it's use, especially if you add a HRM strap. But if you're only running for fun and not competitively it's again overkill. I'm just a data geek

One thing I will say is the screen on most garmins are very poor in comparison to the apple watches if what you want is hi res visuals that look nice. They are functional, apple generally goes for style first, if you want something that looks pretty day to day I'd avoid garmin but do you really want to charge it every night?
the 5 PLUS is much much better than the 5X
Calaisjar04/02/2020 14:32

the 5 PLUS is much much better than the 5X


Is it over £100 better?
My husband has one of these and is very happy with it! It is also a nice looking watch and doesn’t look out of place if he wants to wear it dressed smartly, whereas a lot of fitness watch don’t.
The_Shepherd04/02/2020 14:42

Is it over £100 better?


No it's not, you are right, but I believe it's been on sale recently for a tenner more.
tek-monkey04/02/2020 14:27

I was in a similar situation, and held off due to cost. Then I started …I was in a similar situation, and held off due to cost. Then I started running and TBH found a forerunner was better suited, when hiking my phone covers mapping much better and you can use breadcrumb trails on most garmins (apparently, I'm yet to test!).Wrist based heart rate monitors are OK, not perfect but generally work well enough to get a good idea. Most garmins of a similar age use the same tech here, so no issues which you choose. The main decision is on the sports you do, and what you want out of it. I have cycled a few times with my 645, it tracks where I was with GPS and heart rate during, plus calories burnt etc. Same with hiking, but be aware of hills - my wander around Petra last month shows many interesting spikes when in deep gorges so it will never be perfect. This is true of all though. For running the forerunner seriously shows it's use, especially if you add a HRM strap. But if you're only running for fun and not competitively it's again overkill. I'm just a data geek One thing I will say is the screen on most garmins are very poor in comparison to the apple watches if what you want is hi res visuals that look nice. They are functional, apple generally goes for style first, if you want something that looks pretty day to day I'd avoid garmin but do you really want to charge it every night?


I charge every night just now so as much as I’m used to it, it’s a pain in the...... Think I’m just bored of the Apple Watch now and fancy a change.

I really appreciate your time and comments. Thanks.
Garmin Instinct is cheaper and can do most of the things fenix does, with a G-Shock look. Check if it meets your needs.
alladin04/02/2020 15:17

Garmin Instinct is cheaper and can do most of the things fenix does, with …Garmin Instinct is cheaper and can do most of the things fenix does, with a G-Shock look. Check if it meets your needs.


Thanks. I’ll have a look at it.
alladin04/02/2020 15:17

Garmin Instinct is cheaper and can do most of the things fenix does, with …Garmin Instinct is cheaper and can do most of the things fenix does, with a G-Shock look. Check if it meets your needs.


As a hiking watch it's what I'd get if I couldn't afford the 5s plus (I have very small wrists!), it's a lot more rugged and it's feature set is specific to being out on the hills. Out of interest have you ever used the garmin app or software? It could swing you, depending on what you want.

My 645M is still surprising me with features, just before I got injured I realised I could set heart rates as warnings as well as pace. By alerting at 170 I forced myself to pace better, and ran my fastest ever over a long distance (for me) first time out! I then tried again 2 days later without anywhere near enough rest and have been limping for nearly 6 weeks, learn to stretch people!:(
Fenix 5 plus can be had in A condition on CeX For 305 which I think is good value. A condition should be as new. I reckon that's better than the 5x imo.
I bought the fenix 5plus sapphire from sports pursuits in Jan for £349 so worth keeping an eye on them. Well pleased with it so far
andymacrae7804/02/2020 14:19

I think this cookie thing is working. First time I tried I got the retail …I think this cookie thing is working. First time I tried I got the retail price. The. I tried again, after looking at the nustotum deal and I now get the discounted price. Shame I haven't got the money for this


Hi where is the nustotum deal?
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