In one fell swoop, to close out the month in style, this Wednesday Garmin featured two big news for the second half of the year. fenix 7 Pro and epix Pro, both available in three different sizes and with plenty to offer athletes. For the fenix 7 Pro, available as fenix 7S Pro – 42mm, fenix 7 Pro – 47mm and fenix 7X Pro – 51mm, with options for Standard and Sapphire versions, the suggested initial retail price of €849.9 is first news. Built-in LED flashlightOne Improved heart rate sensor (5th generation)a feature degree of resistance Taking into account training data, VO2 max, training loads, etc., the Hill pointswith the ability to measure the force to climb, and even Add more activitiessuch as football, basketball or horseback riding.
In terms of tech features, the fenix 7 Pro offers up to 37 days of battery life in smartwatch mode and up to 139 hours in explore mode — the model has solar charging technology — and has the usual features in terms of navigation, with pre-loaded TopoActive maps And the interface is always easy to use. Moreover, it also has the usual health analysis resources commonly seen in these models, such as pulse ox, body battery power monitoring, sleep, and more. As for the epix Pro, available as an epix Pro – 42mm, epix Pro – 47mm and epix Pro – 51mm, with options for Standard and Sapphire versions, its suggested starting price is €949.99. In terms of news, it has too Integrated LED flashlightAnd night modeThe same Additional activities that phoenix pro, Improved performance analysis featuresnew Gen5 heart rate sensor In addition to support for external maps + (to download satellite images directly to your watch).
The last thing that distinguishes this watch is its durability, thanks to its construction with luxurious materials such as sapphire and titanium, and it is always equipped with a wonderful color AMOLED display. It features a highly responsive touchscreen that complements the traditional 5-button layout, allowing quick access to maps, fitness stats, smart notifications, and more. Like the fenix 7 Pro, it has the usual health analysis features usually seen in these models, such as pulse ox, body battery power monitoring, sleep, and more. Regarding the battery, an autonomy of up to 31 days has been announced in smartwatch mode.
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