Garmin

fenix Chronos

Advanced training, fitness and stress monitoring in an elegant titanium outdoor watch

Released August, 2016

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Firstbeat features (11)

  • VO2max Fitness Level

    Your true fitness level and key to personalized training guidance.

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  • Calories Burned

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

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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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  • Recovery Time Advisor

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

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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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  • Real-Time Performance Condition

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

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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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  • Quick Stress Level Test

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

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Crafted of premium jeweler’s grade materials, fēnix Chronos is the first Garmin watch to combine a durable metal housing with the latest outdoor navigation and fitness training features. These features include Elevate wrist heart rate technology, daily activity tracking, smart notifications, activity profiles and more. Top-tier performance meets sophisticated design in a highly evolved timepiece that fits your style anywhere, anytime.

On your wrist, fēnix Chronos’ Elevate wrist heart rate technology lets you monitor your heart rate without wearing a chest strap. In addition to counting steps and monitoring sleep, the watch uses heart rate to provide calories burned information and quantify the intensity of your fitness activities.

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