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Garmin Fenix 5S Specs

Release Date in Hong Kong
ModelFenix 5S Sapphire
DateJan 2017
Display typeLCD
Display resolution218 x 218 pixels
Display diagonal2.79 cm (1.1")
Display diameter2.79 cm
Colour displayYes
Ports & interfaces
Battery typeBuilt-in battery
Battery technologyLithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
Battery life35 h
Battery life (GPS mode)14 h
Battery life (UltraTrac mode)35 h
Colour of productBlack
Housing materialPolymer, Stainless steel
Protection featuresWater resistant
Band materialSilicone
Lens materialSapphire
Water resistance10 ATM
Recommended activityClimbing, Cycling, Golf, Hiking, Rowing, Skiing, Swimming
Heart rate monitorYes
Heart rate data transferAnt
Heart rate-based calorie computationYes
Activity monitoringYes
Built-in distance meterYes
Foot podYes
Integrated timerYes
Electronic compassYes
Barometric altimeterYes
Clock mode12h/24h
Alarm clockYes
Calories burnedYes
Distance travelledYes
Workout trackingYes
Personal goalsYes
Quality of sleepYes
Speedometer data transferAnt
Recovery time suggestionYes
Real time guidanceYes
Interval trainingYes
Time/distance alertYes
Music controlYes
Find my phone functionYes
Automatic pauseYes
Sun & moon informationYes
Training effect measurementYes
Virtual racer functionYes
Multisport modeYes
Multiple bike profilesYes
Race predictorYes
Weather alertYes
Physiological measurementsYes
Running dynamicsYes
Hunt/fish calendarYes
Vibrating alertYes
Smart notificationsYes

Reviews of Garmin Fenix 5S
Reviewed on 2018-06-18
Meanwhile, the higher end Fenix 5X Plus also gets new Pulse Oximetry hardware/software solution that's even likely to be approved as a medical device. Atop all that are a pile of new software features, most heavily focused on the hiking realm, but also ap...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-18
The Garmin Fenix 5S isn't the sports watch for everyone, given how expensive it is and how granular its activity-tracking features are. But for people looking for a specific kind of smartwatch — one that's more focused on fitness than literally any other...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-22
Versatile design with different case sizes and available finishes, QuickFit system makes changing bands easy, Numerous exercises to track and convenient ability to create your own categories, Accurate heart rate monitor and GPS, Long battery life
Connect IQ store isn't as robust as other smartwatch app stores, Quite expensive
Not many companies try to do what Garmin does with the Fenix line of fitness watches. While Apple and Google have their own general-purpose smartwatches priced around $300 (neither of which comes close to the Fenix's tracking abilities), Garmin and a hand...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-23
Since introduced, I've been testing a pile of watches. I've amassed 63 workouts on them in that time frame across three continents and from tropical waters to the icy mountains of the Alps. Not to mention the stack of workouts that The Girl (my stunning w...
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