The Garmin fenix 7s has the latest technologies to let you track your workouts and help you perform better.
This model comes in a smaller watch form that fits and looks better on smaller wrists than other fenix 7 watches. Don’t be fooled by its size, however, the fenix 7s packs a punch with the same cutting-edge performance features as the other fenix watches.
The updated and ultratough design features a 1.2” display that is tested to U.S. military standards for thermal, shock and water resistance. The new fenix 7s features both trusted button controls that work in any environment and a responsive touchscreen interface, so you can quickly access your app selections.
Downloadable topographical maps and navigation sensors help you track your runs better than ever before, so getting lost is a thing of the past. You can access multiple global navigation satellite systems (GPS, GLONASS and Galileo) that give you the most accurate readings and can track your run in more challenging environments than GPS alone.
The fenix 7s tracks pretty much everything you can think of during your runs, including pace, distance, heat and altitude adjusted VO2 Max, heart rate, trail running adjustment, recovery advisor, real-time stamina data, and other advanced training metrics.
There are some great features on the fenix 7s to help you race too. A visual race predictor gives you an estimate of what your pace could be for the distance you want to run based on your past performances. Garmin also developed PacePro™, which keeps you on pace during your race with grade-adjusted guidance. Plus, the “Up Ahead” feature shows you selected map or course information for what’s coming up ahead, including aid stations, upcoming distance/elevation, and key trail points.
The fenix 7s has all of the great features you know and love from Garmin. Smart notifications appear on the phone, so you will always get text messages or alerts. You can listen to your music with 16GB of storage, and WiFi connectivity, Garmin Pay, and the battery life in the fenix 7s is great to tackle even all-day adventures.
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Looking for a larger watch or more battery life? Check out the fenix 7.