Garmin Fenix 6 Black

Garmin

fenix 6

Outdoors GPS smartwatch brings premium insight to every adventure.

Released August, 2019

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Firstbeat features (18)

  • VO2max Fitness Level

    Your true fitness level and key to personalized training guidance.

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  • Lactate Threshold

    Your ultimate guide to endurance training and personalized training zones.

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  • Functional Threshold Power (FTP)

    See power output above which fatigue will build rapidly and plan accordingly.

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  • Training Effect: Aerobic

    Reveal the physiological impact of your activities to find the perfect training for you.

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  • Training Effect: Anaerobic

    Unlock the secrets of top-performance in activities with high-intensity demands.

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  • Real-Time Performance Condition

    See how you are doing and gain insight along the way.

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  • Calories Burned

    Accurate calorie counts for daily life, top performance, and everything in between.

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  • Training Load

    Keep track of the physiological impact of all your training activities over time.

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  • Training Status

    A groundbreaking approach to training effectiveness evaluation.

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  • Training Load Balance

    Guide training efforts to build a strong foundation and focus for success.

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  • Workout Labels

    Connect workouts with their primary benefits and performances impacted.

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  • Recovery Time Advisor

    Ensure adequate recovery to reap the full reward of your efforts.

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  • Quick Stress Level Test

    Gain access to the level of physiological stress in your body.

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  • All-day Stress & Recovery

    Reveal how your body responds to the challenges of life and environment.

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  • Heat and Altitude Acclimatization

    Monitor progress as you adapt to perform better in demanding environments.

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  • Body Resources

    Bring activity, stress, and recovery together for better decision making.

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  • Race Time Predictor

    See what you can achieve based on your VO2max and adequate training.

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  • Respiration Rate

    Keep track of your breathing during activities.

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The Garmin Fenix 6 debuts as the newest series of flagship GPS multisport smartwatches. Standing on the shoulders of previous generations, the Fenix 6 series raises the bar with larger displays, longer battery life, and a model that makes a promising foray into solar charging technology. Advanced performance analytics by Firstbeat deliver new physiological insights and generational improvements for existing features.

Garmin Fenix 6 Series

True to its outdoor adventure legacy, the Garmin Fenix 6 series focuses on delivering valuable insight in challenging environments and tough conditions. At a physiological level, exposure to higher altitudes or hot and humid climates triggers changes in your body that help you perform better. New acclimatization insights powered by Firstbeat analytics reveal how well your body is currently adapted to higher altitudes and the joint impact of higher heat and humidity.

More than just providing interesting information, acclimatization data is used to enhance the reliability of training and fitness metrics across the board. This means that when your body is working harder than normal due to environmental factors that the resulting decrease in performance isn’t attributed to overdoing it or inadequate recovery.

Regardless of your environment Body Battery™ can help you make sense of how you are doing and what to do next. Physiological stress and recovery, captured through analysis of heart rate variability data, along with the impact of physical activity are combined to provide real-time insight into your current coping abilities. Higher Body Battery™ levels translate into having the body resources you need to tackle challenges and benefit as a result. Resting up when your Body Battery™ is low will help you down the road. Naturally, the best way to recharge your Body Battery™ is with a good night’s sleep.

The Garmin Fenix 6 brings new clarity to the sometimes-complex relationship between each workout you perform and the role it plays in your development as a performer. This insight comes in the form of new workout labels added to the Activity Summary screen. As soon as you complete an activity, you can instantly see whether a workout supported recovery, developed your endurance base, enhanced aerobic or anaerobic performance capacity, improved speed, or helped you tolerate high-intensity efforts.

Popular Training Status and Training Load monitoring tools are augmented for the Fenix 6 series with the introduction of a new Training Load Focus screen. Training Load Focus lets you look below the surface of your activity history to see how different types of efforts contributed to your total Training Load over the past four weeks. Low-intensity aerobic efforts, high-intensity aerobic efforts and dynamic anaerobic efforts are each automatically identified and measured according their impact. You can use this insight to intelligently work towards incorporating the right combination of efforts necessary to build a strong, well-balanced foundation to support your performance. With that foundation in place, you can focus with confidence on the specific efforts and corresponding aspects of performance that best match your personal goals and sports ambitions.

Recovery Time recommendations offered by the Fenix 6 are improved upon with insight gleaned from the latest injury prevention research. Meaningful changes in your 7-day Training Load are now identified through analysis of historical trends, and the impact of unusually challenging workouts is also considered. These elements are used to modify the length of time estimated before you are ready to benefit from your next hard, fitness-improving type workout.

Runners relying on the Garmin Fenix 6 to prepare for a race benefit from a new and improved Race Time Predictor. Finish times for popular race distances (5k, 10k, half-marathon and marathon) are estimated based on new combination of factors. Estimates begin with aerobic fitness levels and performance sustainability models which are modified and improved upon using trends identified in your weekly Training Load, running mileage, and the presence of long runs in your training history.

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