Garmin Fenix Chronos | Sophistication Meets Brutal Performance

$899+

Garmin has long been in the market bringing us brilliant GPS tracking enabled smartwatches and their latest, the Garmin Fenix Chronos, is their upgraded premium version of the Garmin Fenix 3.

The Fenix Chronos is meticulously crafted from jeweler’s grade materials and is the first Garmin watch to combine a durable metal housing with all of its features.

Garmin Fenix Chronos steel and leather version

This is the steel and vintage leather version which is also the cheapest one of the range.

Essentially, the Fenix Chronos was built to last. The durable metal housing contains an EXO omni-directional GPS system with a GLONASS antenna in the bezel that features the latest technology in outdoor navigation, as well as, fitness training features. Check out the video below.

The lens itself was also designed for punishment since it’s constructed out of scratch-resistant sapphire and, of course, the display is a 1.2” always-on, sunlight-readable color Garmin Chroma. This watch is also waterproof up to 100 meters.

Garmin Fenix Chronos steel and brushed steel band

This is the mid range style which features a steel housing with a brushed stainless steel band.

Some of the Fenix Chronos’ features include the Elevate wrist heart rate monitor that constantly keeps track of your pulse through your wrist, daily activity tracking, activity profiles, smart notifications (email, text, alerts, etc.) and much more.

Garmin managed to achieve the perfect balance between sophisticated style and brutal performance. The Fenix Chronos is available in 3 different styles; steel with a vintage leather band, steel with a brushed stainless steel band, and titanium with a brushed titanium hybrid band.

Garmin Fenix Chronos Titanium with brushed titanium band

This is the elite version that features a titanium housing with a brushed titanium band.

The Garmin Fenix Chronos also features an impressive battery that can give you 25 hours in UltraTac mode, 13 hours in GPS mode and up to 1 week in smartwatch mode.

So, if you were looking for a more than useful watch for your wrist, it can’t get much better than this.

Get it from Amazon here.

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