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Garmin Fenix Montre GPS + ABC Etanche jusqu'à 50 m USB
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- Description du produit: Garmin - Fenix
- Type de produit: Montre GPS + ABC
- Type d'écran: Ecran LCD transflectif, monochrome
- Résolution de l'écran: 70 x 70 pixels
- Taille de l'écran: 3,1 cm x 3,1 cm
- Etanche: oui (IPX7)
- Récepteur haute sensibilité: Oui
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Garmin fēnix est la première montre GPS + ABC (altimètre, baromètre et compas) dotée de fonctionnalités de navigation très complètes et efficaces pour répondre aux situations les plus extrêmes. Développée avec des guides de montagne professionnels et conçue pour les alpinistes et les amateurs d'activités outdoor, la fēnix est un outil de navigation qui vous guide avec assurance à travers des environnements alpins exigeants.
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I was looking for a watch that could do a few things. Primarily I was interested in a training watch that synced up with a heart rate sensor, but also I was interested in something that could act as an aid while I'm hiking and Geocaching, and possibly could also be used as a day to day watch. I've always really liked Garmin products, so initially I got a Forerunner 220. While that watch was great as a fitness watch, it wasn't very useful for anything else. I ended up getting the Fenix over the Fenix 2 because there was a pretty sizable price gap on Amazon, and the extra features of the Fenix 2 didn't interest me.
As a fitness watch, this is a very useful tool. Garmin Connect works very well, and the ability to post my runs to Facebook gives me that extra motivation of knowing that my friends are keeping me honest. I love being able to set up intervals, and have the watch vibrate when it's time to switch up. This is significantly bigger and heavier than the Forerunner, and it is very easy to accidentally hit the wrong button and mess up the tracking. I've done this more than once, and it's really thrown me off while on good runs.
As a hiking watch, it performs well. Really, if you look at the feature set of a Fenix and an eTrex, there's very little difference. Tracback, custom waypoints, MOB, geocaching...it's all here. The watch is even capable of some very basic maps. Nothing too detailed (and no road navigation that I can find), but enough to get some decent landmarks and reference points.
As a day to day watch, it works well. The big face is easy to read, and can be customized in a number of different ways. The alarm clock is able to vibrate instead of chime so you don't disturb others. It sounds like a dumb feature, but it might actually be my favorite part of the Fenix.
Where it starts to falter is in accuracy and ease of use. While this watch can be customized in a million different ways, dialing down in the menus to do this gets tedious very quickly. Another issue is the accuracy of the GPSr. My eTrex 20 generally registers an accuracy of 10-20 feet. I've never gotten better than 30 feet with the Fenix, and usually it's in the 40-60 foot range. This shouldn't be a problem for most use cases, but it can be a problem for Geocaching.
The Fenix is completely capable of paperless caching, and I've gone out and found caches using nothing but the watch. However, I doubt that I'd be able to find a micro in the woods with just the Fenix. Also, while the map is a neat feature, navigating around on it is a nightmare. I suppose these issues should be expected, seeing how this is a fully featured GPSr shrunk down to the size of a chunky diving watch.
The Fenix is a big, clunky watch that's hard to navigate through. All the fitness features are done better on other watches. All the GPS features are done better on dedicated GPSrs. If you just want a day to day watch, any cheapo will likely be more comfortable.
All that being said, I love this watch. There are very few watches out there that do everything the Fenix does, and if you can look past the warts, I suspect that you'll love it too.
(One of many customizable time displays....see pics)
After owning many GPS navigational watches, I feel the Garmin Fenix is the market leader for Hunters, Fisherman, Backpackers, Campers, Fireman, Search and Rescue, etc.... The theme is anyone that travels deep in the mountains or may find themselves caught in a survival situation without communication or back-up. The best GPS is useless if you dont have it on you when you need it and thats why a GPS watch worn as a everyday watch makes the most sense. The Garmin Fenix is a larger watch but not any larger than a typical ABC watch. A big advantage is that it uses standard 26mm lugs so your strap choices are limitless. The factory Fenix straps are very comfortable and pliable. I especially like the orange strap but I also purchased a few other straps just to mix it up and show the possibilities of the case design. As a guy with a 7" wrist, I can easily wear the Fenix as your every day watch. If you can wear a Casio G-shock or Suunto Core, the Fenix will feel right as home. The GPS antenna is also incorporated into the watch case making it look like a traditional watch. No odd antenna bumps or protrusions like other GPS watches. I find the watch attractive and purposeful looking. Its got a solid build with a stainless steel smooth case back for comfort. Display is sharp and crisp with very good detailed graphs,icons,etc...
Don't worry about swimming with the Fenix because it is WR rated to 50M. 50M is fine for swimming but not snorkeling so any outdoor activity around or in the water, the Fenix has you covered.
The battery is a rechargeable lithium ion battery that can be charged via any USB port. Garmin didn't cheap out and includes a AC adapter with the watch. Battery life is reported as 16-50 hours (GPS mode); 2 weeks (sensor mode); 6 weeks (watch mode). There are a lot of factors on how long your battery will last between charging but all the factors can be individually adjusted on the watch. Once again flexibility is were Garmin thinks ahead of its competitors.
Garmin is no doubt the world leader in GPS devises and they used their prowess by creating a GPS watch that still has many of the same features as their hand held devices.
(Satellite info display....see pics)
You also do not need any proprietary software to use the Fenix. Plug its charging/synch cable into your computer and it is instantly recognized as a storage device. You can easily move or transfer way-points, maps, or tracks. The Garmin Fenix comes with a rudimentary base map but there are several 3rd party maps that are more detailed that you can load onto your Fenix. Just remember there is a limited amount of on board memory so you will not be squeezing a entire Countries road map onto the device. I managed to put a 300 square mile map of central/north central Pennsylvania that includes all the roads, log roads and towns. This took up very little memory and gives lots of extra room for tracks and way-points.
This is more than enough information and can get me out of a jam if I get lost deep in the mountains and need to find a log road to pack out on. (You will see this map in many of my pics).
I found my self reviewing the map from my tree stand by panning and zooming around the map. You do not need to be connected to the satellites to do this and it was very educational for hunting new areas. No other watch uses maps directly on the watch and lets you use the Fenix like a traditional hand held GPS. You can transfer all your tracks and waypoints to Garmin's Basecamp or even Google Earth, but you dont have to and that is a big difference with other GPS watches. This is one of the biggest and should not be underestimated advantages of the Garmin Fenix over any other GPS watch. Once you have this capability, all others seem like last years cell phone.
All the moon and sun info you could every want. There is even a moon phase icon displayed on the main time display and it changes from moon to sun info pending on the time of the day.
(This is a more detailed moon sun display. You can also scroll to different dates for that info)
From a hunters point of view, I can scout new areas, mark buck rubs and scrapes, new treestands, food sources, plot enter and exit tracks to and from my tree stand all on the watch without the need for a computer.
A hunting and fishing report for the best times are calculated for your exact location. You can also scroll days ahead to plan the best times.
Take your scouting to the next level and you can walk various game trails a plot the movement of the mountain just from the Fenix. Transfer this data to a satellite map like Google earth and you have the best recon/lintel you can get for your specific area. After the shot you can mark your blood trail and come back the next day if the weather changes on you. No more tying ribbons on trees in the middle of the night to mark the last know blood drop. Speaking of the middle of the night, the Fenix has a flashlight mode that can be programed to any one of its buttons as a "hot key". When you hold the designated button down, the screen goes blank and the back light is turned up to 100%. It is very effective and bright. Once again, Garmin is thinking outside the box for the end user.
The ABC functions are very good with a very detailed and sensitive Barometer graph for predicting weather trends.
Multi axis compass with multiple displays were very accurate and easy to use.
As a watch the Fenix will give you any time displays you want with multiple time zones at one time. Unlimited alarms with the ability for a tone or vibration or both is class leading.
Garmin has been very proactive keeping the watch and satellite info up to date with regulate firmware updates.
I consider myself pretty picky with navigational watches and the Garmin Fenix surpassed my expectations. Just when you think you found every option, you find a shortcut or feature. With a watch that is constantly evolving by a world leader in GPS technology, you are sure to have a great explorer companion always on your wrist when you need it.
This is arguably a design flaw of this watch as the same thing could happen if you say only use it in the summer while hiking and leave it in a drawer all winter. Garmin should have designed it in a way the battery is internally disconnected from powering the watch when it's drained to a certain level. This would protect the battery but probably would have added fifty cents to the manufacturing cost. Shame on Garmin.
This is hardly Garmin's first rechargeable watch. You would think they would have learned this lesson a while ago when getting a bunch of brand new unusable watches returned. Garmin seems to be really hit or miss with their products. Stay away from the Fenix unless you plan to charge it regularly and hope you get one where the internal battery isn't already ruined from just waiting to be sold.
Lasts about as described. Im on week 5 without a charge and only down to 43%. It lasts about 18-20 hours with GPS continually running .
Purchased this for a hiking/camping trip coming up, because a friend had the same one, which was used to lead us 3 hours out of the woods and back to the trail after getting turned around. Would be very screwed without it.
I havent had the chance to test its water resistant capabilities yet, but i will on this camping/hiking/canoeing trip next month.
I even receive quite a few compliments on how sleek it looks but how clear the display is
Will update if any issues