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Garmin Fenix 6S Sapphire Carbon Gray DLC with Black Band

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Think Better, Not Bigger

The smaller-sized fēnix 6S series multisport watches let you add mapping, music, pace monitoring and more to your workouts — without adding bulk to your wrist.

  • Wrist-based heart rate¹ and Pulse Ox² sensors add insight to your fitness activities
  • Dynamic PacePro feature helps you run smarter over various types of terrain
  • Preloaded ski maps for more than 2,000 resorts around the world
  • Measure running and cycling performance in ways you didn’t know were possible
  • Navigate your world with multi-GNSS satellite reference and outdoor sensors
  • Sync your favorite streaming services, and listen to music without your phone
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The smaller-sized fēnix 6S series multisport watches let you add mapping, music, pace monitoring and more to your workouts — without adding bulk to your wrist.

  • Wrist-based heart rate¹ and Pulse Ox² sensors add insight to your fitness activities
  • Dynamic PacePro feature helps you run smarter over various types of terrain
  • Preloaded ski maps for more than 2,000 resorts around the world
  • Measure running and cycling performance in ways you didn’t know were possible
  • Navigate your world with multi-GNSS satellite reference and outdoor sensors
  • Sync your favorite streaming services, and listen to music without your phone

Quality By Design

The rugged yet sophisticated design features an always-on 1.2” display, stainless steel or DLC coated bezel and construction tested to U.S. military standards.

PacePro Technology

A first-of-its-kind PacePro feature helps keep you on pace with grade-adjusted guidance as you run a course.

Power Manager

View how various settings and sensors impact your watch’s battery life, so you can make battery-extending changes on the fly.

Performance Metrics

View advanced training metrics that include running dynamics¹, heat- and altitude-adjusted VO2 max, recovery advisor and more¹.

Sports Apps

Use preloaded activity profiles for trail running, swimming, running, biking, hiking, rowing, backcountry and resort skiing, golfing and more.

TOPO and Ski Maps

Use topographical maps to navigate your adventures and view run names and difficulty ratings for 2,000 worldwide ski resorts.

ClimbPro Feature

Use ClimbPro ascent planner to see real-time information on your current and upcoming climbs, including gradient, distance and elevation gain.

Golf Courses

Access full-color CourseView maps for more than 41,000 preloaded golf courses around the world, and get button targeting and the PlaysLike Distance feature.

Turn-by-turn Navigation

Follow a route or course with help from turn-by-turn directions, which let you know ahead of time when the next turn is coming.

Round-trip Routing

Enter a distance you want to travel, and get suggested routes that will bring you back to your starting point. Trendline popularity routing helps you find the best local paths.

Multi-GNSS Support

Access multiple global navigation satellite systems (GPS, GLONASS and Galileo) to track in more challenging environments than GPS alone.

ABC Sensors

Navigate your next trail with ABC sensors, including an altimeter for elevation data, barometer to monitor weather and three-axis electronic compass.

Safety and TrackingFeatures

If you feel unsafe or if your watch senses that an incident occurred, assistance and incident detection features³ send your location to emergency contacts.

Store up to 2,000 songs, or access streaming apps from your compatible services, including Spotify, Deezer and Amazon Music, and listen through headphones with BLUETOOTH technology.

Garmin Pay Service

Breeze through checkout lines with Garmin Pay contactless payment solution through participating providers.

Smart Notifications

Receive emails, texts and alerts right on your watch when paired with a compatible device.

Wrist-based Heart Rate

Enhanced optical heart rate¹ technology gauges the intensity of your fitness activities as well as heart rate variability to calculate your stress level score. It also tracks under water without a heart rate strap.

Pulse Ox Sensor

For altitude acclimation or sleep monitoring, a Pulse Ox² sensor uses light beams at your wrist to gauge how well your body is absorbing oxygen.

Body Battery EnergyMonitor

Optimize your body’s energy reserves, using heart rate variability, stress, sleep and other data to gauge when you’re ready to be active or when you may need to rest.

Menstrual Tracking

Track period cycle details, log physical and emotional symptoms, and note regular, irregular or menopause transition cycle types to better understand your body.

Connect IQ Store

Download custom watch faces, add data fields, and get apps and widgets from the Connect IQ Store.

Expedition Mode

Trek far and wide between recharges. Expedition mode, an ultralow-powered GPS reference, lasts for weeks.

Internal, rechargeable lithium battery provides up to 9 days of battery life in smartwatch mode, 6 hours in GPS mode with music and up to 34 days in battery saver mode.

¹Activity tracking and fitness metric accuracy ²This is not a medical device and is not intended for use in the diagnosis or monitoring of any medical condition; see Pulse Ox not available in all countries. ³When paired with a compatible smartphone. For safety and tracking features requirements and limitations, see

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How the Garmin Fenix 6 Sapphire is the Ultimate Training Tool

Austin is a civil engineer, aspiring triathlete, and avid outdoor adventurer who is based out of Reno. He is always looking for new and exciting ways to get outside and experience nature. However, as a former boy scout, he knows the value of always being prepared which is why he decided to upgrade from a Forerunner to a Garmin Fenix 6 Sapphire.

In early 2021, we did a deep-dive interview with Austin to explore the nitty-gritty of what his experience with the Fenix 6 has been like. In the interview, he dives into what he enjoys about the Fenix 6, how it has assisted his outdoor adventures and goes into detail about the technical features that he enjoys. Recently, he has taken the Fenix 6 out for spins on hikes in the Desolation Wilderness and while training for triathlons.

What Fenix 6 model does Austin have?

Austin has the Fenix 6 Sapphire Edition- meaning that he chose to have a sapphire lens, did not opt for premium features, and decided on the standard 47mm case size.

Garmin fēnix 6 – Sapphire Editions: GARMIN / REI / AMAZON

When you purchase a Fenix 6 you have three basic options to choose from: (1) Lens Options, (2) Premium Features, and (3) Size. A customer’s combination of decisions will determine the name of the model.

Lens Options – Determines edition name:

  • Standard – a standard lens
  • Sapphire – scratch-resistant
  • Solar – allows the lens to harvest solar energy

Premium Features – Determines if the model is described as Pro:

  • Base – the standard Fenix load-out. It still comes with all of the top-of-the-line Fenix features.
  • Pro – Enables trendline popularity routing, PacePro, ski maps, and the ability to preload music

Size – Determines if the watch is called 6S, 6, or 6X:

Garmin fēnix 6 – Sapphire Edition Hiking Watch with TOPO Maps

Our Full Interview with Austin about his Fenix 6 Sapphire

Below is the full interview we did with Austin. Please note that his responses have been edited for clarity and readability.

Before you bought your Fenix 6 Sapphire did you use any other watches or similar?

I had a Garmin Forerunner 235 previously. So, just for biking, running, that kind of thing.

Why did you upgrade from the Forerunner to the Fenix 6?

Before I upgraded, I had just completed a triathlon and was hoping to do some more. I was hoping to move to the mountains and have the opportunity to spend a little more time hiking or backpacking, being outside where the longer battery life would be helpful. So, I was looking for something that had a little more functionality

What features were missing on the Forerunner?

I was interested a lot in having the topo map capability. That ended up being one of the deciding factors. I also wanted something that had a little more swimming functionality. So I got the Sapphire version, so whichever one comes with a hardened case, and the Sapphire screen is a little more durable. I knew that I was just looking to upgrade to something with a little more features (altitude, pulse ox, better battery), that was a little more capable than just a GPS tracker and your heartbeat information.

What were you using to GPS track your activity before upgrading?

On my 235, I just would use the Track My Runs. It just gives you your distance, but there’s no mapping or anything on it. So, I would have to have a route planned.

Did you look at any other watches or any other Garmin models before you ended up with 6?

I looked at one of the Tri models (the 945 or 935), but the battery life was a little bit shorter. It also didn’t have the option for a hardened screen, which I needed as I beat up my old one a little bit. That was a selling point for the Fenix, the hardened screen.

Did your new Fenix 6 Sapphire come preloaded with maps?

Yes, It came preloaded with North American maps. But you can add maps to it. However, you have to use a computer, not your phone.

Do you feel like the details on the map are enough to help you feel confident in navigating? Despite not using a larger screen like a phone?

The user interface can be clunky at times because you’re on a 1 1 /2-inch, 1-inch screen. However, despite that, it has standard topo maps (with 20-foot contours) with a little bit of extra detail (waypoints and points of interest on it) and the trails are highlighted in red. So, it’s got, pretty much, your standard topo map markings and stylings. You can zoom in and out, you can pan and scroll and get to a different place or look at something else on the map.

I’ve used the watch a couple of times as my sole source of navigation. I’ve used it to spot-check my location before. That’s a really convenient thing to do. However, I almost always have a paper map with me so I can check the physical map if I have any more questions than what I can see easily on the watch. That’s the boy scout in me…

Has the Garmin Fenix 6 Sapphire improved your hiking experience?

I love tracking my hikes. The longer battery life on the Fenix 6 makes it easier to get more hiking in. Due to the various tabs on the Fenix 6, you can scroll down to look at how long you’ve been out and your elevation.

I traveled out west for a job interview and I brought my boots to get a hike in. was hoping to get a hike in and brought my boots just in case I had time. There was late winter, early spring, just a was a little bit of snow on the ground, up in the mountains but. the trail had clearly been hiked on recently. However,, so there were some footprints around, but where snow-covered it, you at times you couldn’t tell where the trail was when the snow-covered it. I was able to follow the trail on my Fenix 6 and get to where I was headed.

On the way back, the map that the trailhead had shown, there was an alternate route back to the trailhead and I had gone right on the way up and wanted to come around the loop to get back, but I wasn’t sure how far it was, the sunset was approaching and I didn’t know if I was going to be able to find the turnoff for the spur back to the trailhead. But I was able to scroll on my Fenix 6, pull up the map on my watch and figure out the distance to the spur back to the trailhead.

The Fenix 6 also tells you when sunset is. Which is a useful feature for if you want to get something done before dark. So, I was like, “all right, I’ve got maybe 30 minutes before the sun goes down. It’s less than a mile to the junction and then like a half a mile back to the trailhead, as opposed to the one and a half miles, maybe a little more that I had gone to get to that point from the first trailhead”. So, the distances were about the same, and I knew if I wasn’t able to find the trail exactly, I could just walk around until I found the spot on the map where the two lines came together and then head up the hill towards the road.

In the end, I took the scenic way back and made it to the car just in time for sunset. I was off the trail and back somewhere warm before the sun went down thanks to my Fenix 6. I don’t know if I would have been comfortable with taking the risk of an unfamiliar trail on the way back to the car with dusk approaching otherwise – especially without cell service.

The Fenix 6 has been great for situations like that. The functionality is all built-in and I didn’t have to, like, pull up a map before I left and make sure it was loaded or anything and the trails were pre-marked on the default maps. I was able to navigate to the map, scroll around a little bit, find out where I wanted to go, and use it to double-check my progress.

Do you upload information to the same app as you did with the Forerunner?

Yeah, the built-in pairing is with Garmin Connect. It automatically pulls your activity data off the watch and syncs with your phone. You can do it over the computer as well, I think, but it’s really convenient if your phone is within Bluetooth range. As soon as you finish an activity, it starts uploading it. If there is Internet connectivity, you can also send your data to other accounts. I have my Strava account linked up and as soon as the event syncs with Garmin Connect it automatically pushes it to Strava as well.

Does the Garmin Fenix 6 Sapphire give you a little extra confidence?

It makes me a lot less worried about ever getting lost. I’d be able to get back to the trailhead. The Fenix 6 also helps me nerd out about the heights a little bit by giving me some more information about what direction I’m heading, if there’s a big barometric pressure change, elevation gain, and I really enjoy getting to see how far I’ve gone.

It’s a lot easier to have it with the watch and it makes it more accessible, because you don’t have to have spent 10 years in the backcountry and know how to read a map, how to pace yourself, or be able to tell when the weather’s changing just based on the temperature or the wind. It makes all the things that you learn in the woods a little more accessible for people who don’t have the same experience.

Has your watch ever come into play with your line of work?

I’m a civil engineer so it is nice to have it out in the field. When we are doing some surveying we need a rough guess of what our elevation is. Just this week we ran into a situation where I was able to just pull that info up on my watch. Instead of having to pull out a GPS unit and wait for it to get a signal or pull up a map and find our location, it just took me a couple of seconds of looking. It’s also always nice to be able to point north without a compass because the watch has the compass on it. So, yeah, it’s helpful. I can’t say that I use it every day on the job, but it is nice and adds a little bit of value.

Why do you love your Garmin Fenix 6 Sapphire?

I love it because at my heart, I’m a nerd and I love all the data that it gives me about myself, my heart rate, resting heart rate. It gives me stress and recovery metrics for activities, for training, as well as just normal daily life. So, it’s really cool to be able to get under the hood a little bit and see what’s going on that I may not be able to realize consciously. And it’s also a great tool to use for outdoor pursuits. It adds value to my hiking. The Fenix 6 can also track my runs and bikes and swims, kayaking or skiing or backpacking. The watch can really can handle just about anything I throw at it.

I also just enjoy using it. I wouldn’t turn around and buy the 7 when it comes out, because what I have works well, and as long as it works well, I’ll probably keep using it until the time is right to upgrade.

Garmin fenix 6. Sapphire Multisport GPS Watch

With a Garmin fenix 6. Sapphire Multisport GPS Watch strapped to your wrist, you’ll be confident in your route, your training numbers, and your status as the Coolest Watch Wearer in the crew. This isn’t a smartwatch as much as it’s an lifestyle and fitness coach, a device with all the answers. It’ll track your day, from sleep to backcountry skiing to golfing and back to sleep again, all while streaming your music and looking dang cool.

Product Details

Sync with Garmin Connect – The Garmin Connect app is home to a thriving online community where people on the go can connect and compete — and even share their triumphs via social media.

Smart Notifications – Receive emails, texts and alerts right on your device, when paired with a compatible smartphone.

Connect IQ – Download custom data fields, and get apps and widgets from Garmin’s Connect IQ Store.

Sync with Garmin Explore App

Sensors – GPS / Glonass / Galileo / Garmin Elevate Wrist Heart Rate Monitor / Barometric Altimeter / Compass / Gyroscope / Accelerometer / Thermometer / Pulse OX Blood Oxygen Saturation Monitor

Additional Functions

Clock Features – Time and Date / GPS Time Sync / Automatic DST / Alarm / Timer / Stopwatch / Sunrise and Sunset Times

Navigation – Point-to-Point / Bread Crumb Trail / Back to Start / TracBack / Ultratrac / Elevation / Distance to Destination / Barometric Trend Indicator with Storm Alert / Trail Run Auto Climb / Vertical Speed / Total Ascent / Total Descent / Future Elevation Plot / Basecamp Compatible / Sight ‘n Go / Area Calculation / Projected Waypoint / Sun and Moon Information / Xero Locations / Expedition GPS Activity

Tracback Routing – Take the guesswork out of your return journey by using this feature to navigate the same route back to your starting point.

Outdoor Recreation – Hiking, Climbing, Mountain Biking, Skiing, Snowboarding, XC Skiing, Stand Up Paddleboarding, Rowing, Kayaking, Fishing, Hunting, Tactical

Swimming – Multiple Profiles / Open Water Metrics / Pool Swim Metrics / Stroke Type Detection / Drill Logging / Basic Rest Timer / Repeat Rest Timer / Time and Distance Alerts / Pool Swim Workouts / Underwater Wrist-Based Heart Rate

Cycling – Alerts / Courses / Multiple Profiles / Race / Speed and Cadence Sensor Support (ANT and Bluetooth Smart Sensors)

Battery Life – Smartwatch: Up to 14 days / Battery Saver Watch Mode: Up to 48 days / GPS: Up to 36 hours / GPS Music: Up to 10 hours / Max Battery GPS Mode: Up to 72 hours / Expedition GPS Activity: Up to 28 days

Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery

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Garmin Fenix 6 collection. The newest and most advanced running, adventure, and multisport watch to date. The Garmin Fenix 6 collection is the right watch for the athlete who wants it all and who refuses to compromise functionality, design, and material quality. The Fenix 6 collection is a range of Garmin’s top models, which are separated into three different sizes, so you can find the perfect Fenix 6 for your wrist. The Garmin Fenix 6 collection is the successor to the popular Fenix 5 Plus collection, which had a few updates since the Fenix 5 collection. The Fenix 6 collection is a new generation of Fenix watches, since the models have received large and thoroughgoing updates to both their design, physical measurements, and especially their functions and user-interface.


  • Garmin Fenix 6S = 42 mm in its diameter
  • Garmin Fenix 6 = 47 mm in its diameter
  • Garmin Fenix 6X = 51 mm in its diameter


  • New energetic design
  • New user-friendly interface
  • Up to a 36% larger display
  • Improved battery life in all the Fenix 6 models
  • data fields per page (up to 8 data fields per page)
  • map themes for support of popularity routing, winter sport, and other activities
  • New, advanced performance functions (PacePro, VO2 Max, adjusts relative to altitude and temperature)
  • 810G standard for the highest certification in Altitude (Low Pressure), Rain, Humidity, Drop, and Freeze/Thaw.
  • Garmin Elevate (wrist-based monitoring) works when swimming
  • Pre-installed streaming apps
  • Reduced lug-to-lug distance


A higher resolution accompanies the larger display in the Fenix 6 and Fenix 6X, making the data and text look razor-sharp.


  • Fenix 6S models – 1,2″ display and 240 x 240 pixel
  • Fenix 5S Plus models – 1,2″ display 240 x 240 pixel


Lug-to-lug is the distance from the strap to where the strap is fixed to the case.

The distance is reduced on the Garmin Fenix 6S and Fenix 6, which puts the strap closer to the case and makes the watch look slimmer and more elegant.


  • Garmin Elevate (wrist-based monitor) Now also for swimming
  • Garmin PulseOx sensor for all activities – measures oxygen saturation in your blood
  • Garmin Pay – wireless payment directly from your watch when paired with compatible banks
  • Garmin Music – play music directly from your watch with MP3-files or offline streaming
  • 32 GB memory for music and maps
  • New and updated user-interface for an easier way to navigate on the watch and get an overview in the menus
  • Updated map with more themes for popularity routing, winter sport, and other activities
  • Turn-by-turn navigation and popularity routing
  • 810G standard for the highest certification in Altitude (Low Pressure), Rain, Humidity, Drop, and Freeze/Thaw.
  • Power Manager – tells you the battery life in hours
  • PacePro – dynamic pace guide
  • Up to 8 data fields per page
  • New VO2 Max adjustment to weather and altitude
  • New activity profile for Backcountry skiing
  • Updated training status and training load
  • Barometer, altimeter, temperaturmåler, and 3-axis compass
  • Crash Detection – tracking during accidents through messages and mail
  • Smart notifications and smartwatch functions


The Garmin Fenix 6 collection has been updated with the newest and most user-friendly and clear interface to date.

The new interface seems more structured and refined than previously, which makes the user-experience better when you navigate through the many menus of the watch.

The new interface is especially to be found when it comes to the many widgets, such as Show Heart Rate, Training Status, Health Statistics, My Day, and Body Battery, which are all presented in a more organic way.

The is also now possible to show more and more nuanced information and data during an activity or navigation.


PacePro is a dynamic pace guide that helps you keep your optimal pace based on the height profile of your route.

PacePro is an intelligent function that automatically takes into account when it will be going uphill or downhill on your chosen route, so that you can achieve your ideal goal based on the height profile in real time.


All the watches in the Fenix 6 collection have had their battery life improved compared to their predecessors, the Fenix 5 Plus collection.

This is true in both the smartwatch mode, GPS mode, and GPSMusic mode.

The Power Manager is a clever function that tells you how much battery life there is left in hours.

With the Power Manager, you can easily switch between different Power Modes for each activity, so that you can control how much you use of the battery in hours on your Fenix 6 watch.



  • Smartwatch mode: Up to 9 days
  • GPS mode: Up to 25 hours
  • GPSMusic: Up to 6 hours (only the Pro / Sapphire models)
  • UltraTrac mode: Up to 50 hours (without music and maps)


The watches in the Garmin Fenix 6 collection are ultradurable and have been tested to the military standard MIL-STD-810G.

Garmin believe that the watches can be certified at the highest standard when it comes to Height (Low Pressure), Rain, Humidity, Drop and Freeze/Thaw. (At this time, the test has yet to be finished).

Garmin Fenix 6 is waterproof down to 100 meters with a water classification of 10ATM.


Garmin Fenix 6 series comes with a topographical map of Europe with turn-by-turn navigation as you know it from navigation for drivers.

By the use of information from users all over the world, Garmin have mapped the most popular routes, which you can use to plan your routes for running, biking, skiing, or hiking.

Popularity routing helps you run or bike the most popular paths and roads.

The topographical map is updated with new themes that fits the activity you are doing with new layouts, such as outdoor mode, high contrast mode, marine mode, and popularity mode.


Trendline popularity routing is an incredibly clever and useful map function that tells you where the most popular biking routes are nearby.


With the Round-Trip Run and Round-Trip Bike, you have the option of planning a running or biking route with a set distance or direction that your watch then turns into three different routes. In this way, it is easy to explore new roads and areas without getting lost. The watch automatically puts in the route on the topographical map and then guides you through it.


The Fenix 6 collection now has double the amount of memory compared to the previous collection.

The Garmin Fenix 6 collection has an internal memory of 32 GB, which lets the watch store up to 1000 songs and more routes and maps.

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The new topographical map is equipped with a piste map for more than 2000 ski areas.

The maps are easy to read, so that you can quickly get an idea of the names of the pistes and lifts and difficulties.


With the Garmin Fenix 6 collection, it is now possible to get up to 8 data fields per page, which provides for new ways of reading all the important data during training or competitions.

Garmin’s other watches were limited to 4 data fields per page and forced you to scroll through the menus of the watch.


Do you care about your training and performance? Then the Garmin Fenix 6 collection can help you analyze and improve your training with the new training status and training load functions, which automatically tracks how your training affects your shape and recovery. This helps you get the most out of your training.

The Fenix 6 helps you read how much stress your body is going through because of your training. It is based on your anaerobe capacity and whether the training is high aerobic or low aerobic. Based on this data, your watch tells you how your shape is developing in a positive direction and which level of intensity you should be training at to get the most out of your training and to improve your shape.


Load Focus is a function that categorizes your training load for different disciplines and tells you what you should FOCUS on to improve your shape.

With Load Focus you can train is a clever way!


Heat and altitude affect the capabilities of your body, your VO2 Max, and your training status.

With the Fenix 6, the watch helps you in the best way possible by indicating how well you can actually perform based on a heat and altitude adjusted VO2 Max.


Garmin Elevate is a wrist-based heart rate monitor built into the watch and which monitors your heart rate 24/7. It does this by shining light through your skin and measuring your blood stream.

With the newest Garmin Elevate, it is now possible to use the wrist-based monitor when swimming. This was previously not possible.


Garmin Pulse Ox is a sensor that you will find on the back of the watch together with the Garmin Elevate. It measures your oxygen saturation.

In the Fenix 6 collection, the Pulse Ox is now available in more activity profiles, so you can utilize the monitor during many different kinds of activities.

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With the Garmin Elevate and Pulse Ox sensor, you get useful data about your sleeping pattern and the stress level of your body.


The Fenix 6 collection also has many other and different sensors that help you get the most out of the data from your watch.

With the barometric altimeter, the 3-axis compass, and the thermometer, you have everything you should need to get the right data and measurements on your adventure.


Garmin Music turns your watch into a music player. With its internal memory of 32 GB, you can store MP3-files and offline playlists from either Spotify or Deezer (with a premium subscription) on your watch.

With the Garmin Music, you do not need to bring your smartphone with you on your daily run.

Garmin Music now has certain streaming services pre-installed. All you need to do is to log in on your premium account and transfer the music wirelessly with the built-in Wi-Fi to your watch and then pair your wireless headset with your watch.


Garmin Pay helps you pay wirelessly at payment terminals, just as you know it from contactless credit cards.

With its built-in NFC chip, you can use your credit card directly with your watch.

Notice that Garmin Pay is only compatible with certain banks.


The Garmin Fenix 6 collection comes with the new safety function for registering accidents during certain sports activities.

You can add contacts on your watch, which will let them know directly with a message or mail when you have been in an accident. The watch registers your position and sends it to your contacts.

It is also possible to call your contacts if you are being followed or need help even if you have not been in an accident.

Notice that you need to have your smartphone with you for this function to work.


The Garmin Fenix 6 collection is full of sports profiles for every need.

The Garmin Fenix 6 is the watch that has everything that you will need to do the sport you want.

The Garmin Fenix 6 collection has two new sports profiles that did not exist on the previous Fenix models or other Garmin watches. Garmin has added the Off-piste and Backcountry Skiing, which can be added to the long list of sports profiles on the watch:

  • Running, treadmill, trail, outdoor, indoor running track
  • Biking, MTB, indoor biking
  • Swimming in pool, swimming in open water
  • Golf and golf courses, TrueSwing
  • Triathlon, duathlon, swim-run, multisport
  • Sailing, climbing, hiking, jumpmaster
  • Ski, off-piste, backcountry, cross-country, snowboard
  • Stand up paddleboard, rowing, indoor rowing, kayak
  • Fitness, cardio, yoga, strength, elliptical, step machine
  • And many more custom made activities


Get the most out of your training and analyze your training data with Running Dynamics. Running Dynamics provides you with useful data about your cadence, step length, vertical conditions, and much more.

Running Dynamics requires extra equipment. It can be measured either with the Garmin HRM-RUN 4 heart rate strap, the Garmin HRM-TRI heart rate strap, or the Garmin Running Dynamics Pod.


The Garmin Fenix 6 collection has built-in Wi-Fi, giving you a quick and easy way to get software updates, to upload your training data, or you transfer your music wirelessly.


The Garmin Fenix 6 collection can connect to three different kinds of satellite systems. With the Fenix 6 collection, it is now possible to connect to the American GPS satellite system, the Russian GLONASS satellite system, and the European Galileo satellite system.

With the three different options, you have the best conditions for the most stable satellite reception, no matter if you are running in the woods or a closely populated area.


With the UltraTrac mode, you can extend the battery life of your watch for when you are doing an adventure race or on a long training trip that lasts for several days without having to find a power outlet.

The UltraTrac mode reduced the frequency of the satellite signal of the watch. The gyroscope helps register your speed and any altitude increase, so that the watch only looks for a signal when necessary.


Live-Track gives you the option of sharing your position with your family and friends when you are training or competing.

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You can stay in contact with your training buddies with Group-Track during training or a competition and send them small pre-written messages and positions to your teammates.

Notice that this requires that you bring your smartphone with you.


Garmin Coach is your new online trainer, who plans you runs based on your level.

Through the Garmin Connect app, you can pick your trainer and get a training program that fits your level and goals.

Your training program is automatically transferred to your watch, so that you can follow it step-by-step when you train.

Garmin Coach has been developed by Garmin in collaboration with professional trainers.


The Garmin Fenix 6 is your smartwatch for everyday use.

Receive messages, calls, notifications, the calendar of the day, and the weather.

View your heart rate 24/7 and your steps and floors directly on your watch.


With Body Battery, the watch can measure the actual stress level of your body, giving you and indication of your general tiredness and energy level.

The Body Battery is on a scale from 100-0, starting at 100 in the morning when you feel refreshed.


The Garmin Fenix 6 collection can transfer data directly to your smartphone with Bluetooth.

Garmin has now opened up for using Bluetooth with third-party units, so that you can pair a third-party wireless headset with your watch or a third-party heart rate strap.

Garmin’s earlier watches were only compatible with their ANT heart rate straps.


The Garmin Fenix 6 collection comes with Garmin’s unique quick-release straps that you can easily switch without the need for tools.

Notice that the straps comes in different widths for the different models.


Garmin fēnix 6S Sapphire




Product series


Watch type

Bike functions


Other functions

Heart rate functions

Training functions

Garmin Fenix
Women, Men, Unisex
Bike watch, Fitness watch, Running watch, Multisport watch, Outdoor watch, Triathlon watch
Average speed, Speed, Cadence, Vertical meters, Incline %
Door-to-door navigation, GPS with mapping, Build in GPS, Possible to add other maps
Barometer, Bluetooth, Altimeter, Compass, Display light, PC connection, Stop watch, Thermometer, Presure altimeter, Wi-Fi
% of max pulse, Heart rate alarm, Heart rate zones
Pool lengths, Distance, Average speed, Speed, Intervals, Calorie count, Split, Min/km, Swim cadence
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