Garmin Fenix 6S Pro - White - 42mm
|Price||663,-||499,99 Retail price 649,99||748,-||499,99 Retail price 649,99||570,-|
|Measure||Calorie burning, Distance, Heart rate, Ladders, Sleep, Speed, Steps||Distance, Heart rate, Ladders, Sleep, Speed, Steps||Calorie burning, Distance, Heart rate, Ladders, Sleep, Speed, Steps||Distance, Heart rate, Ladders, Sleep, Speed, Steps||Distance, Heart rate, Ladders, Sleep, Speed, Steps|
|Battery life according to customers||Excellent||Good||Excellent||Good||Very good|
|Recommended for sports||Biking, Fitness, Golf, Outdoor, Running, Swimming, Triathlon||Biking, Fitness, Golf, Outdoor, Running, Swimming||Biking, Fitness, Golf, Outdoor, Running, Swimming, Triathlon||Biking, Fitness, Golf, Outdoor, Running, Swimming||Biking, Fitness, Outdoor, Running, Swimming, Triathlon|
The Garmin Fenix 6S PRO is the extensive version of the smallest Fenix 6. The biggest advantage of the PRO version is its map material of Europe. The watch can navigate with a map, instead of only showing a line. In addition, the 6S PRO features a PacePro function that allows you to achieve your pace goals, even during ascent and descent. The 6S only supports this via the GarminConnect app, and the Fenix 5 doesn't support this at all. The 6S PRO features Trendline Popularity Routing, which means it uses data from other Garmin users to determine popular routes for your activity. The watch also displays routes via small, natural trails. Since it includes ski and golf maps, the PRO version is also suitable for fanatic skiers and golfers. Just like with the Fenix 6S, you can store personal records, measure your VO2 max, and check out advanced training data, such as your running dynamics. The battery doesn't last as long as that of the 6 PRO, but the watch is still suitable for outdoor adventurers. When you select expedition mode, the Fenix 6S PRO will last 20 days, even with your GPS turned on. In regular conditions, the battery lasts up to 9 days in smartwatch mode and 25 hours in GPS mode. Are you working out and is your battery almost running out? Use the Power Manager to minimize the battery use. This function shows you how your settings affect the battery life in hours, so you can adjust your settings. The 1.2-inch always-on display is just as large as that of its predecessor, the Fenix 5, while the case is smaller.
Note: a charger adapter isn't included. Do you want to charge the watch via a socket? If so, order an adapter separately.