- 42 mm
- 47 mm
- 51 mm
The fenix 5 is meant for serious fitness users who need a robust, water resistant (100 meters) watch that has extended battery life. The wrist-based heart rate eliminates the need for a chest strap. The fenix 5 is positioned as a "premium" multisport GPS watch that starts at $599 and goes all the way up to $850.
Garmin will be expanding its ecosystem of apps through its Connect IQ store.
Nixon and Casio have released rugged Android Wear watches that are water resistant, but relatively short battery life still remains a limiting factor. With the release of Android Wear 2.0, we're going to see more smartwatches that have cellular capabilities.
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