Garmin fenix 5S Plus Sapphire 42mm GPS Watch with TOPO Mapping - Rose Gold/White
Reach your goals with fitness tracking features
- Monitor your heart rate, map round-trip running and riding routes, get GPS tracking and real-time information on current and upcoming climbs with GLONASS and Galileo multi-satellite network capability, create Wi-Fi-enabled multiple sport and activity profiles, and more, all from your wrist
Enhance workouts and activity tracking with convenient features
- Pre-loaded golf course maps let you monitor your progress on the course
- Pre-loaded topographic mapping makes it easy to plan routes and track progress
- Store and play up to 500 songs through connected Bluetooth headphones to fuel your workouts
- Pregnancy tracking feature via the Garmin Connect app tracks symptoms and baby movement, delivers weekly education, and shows how your wellness and performance metrics could change during pregnancy
Experience on-the-go convenience
- Receive alerts for incoming calls and social media updates and control music with your smartwatch
- Use the Garmin Pay mobile payment service to make payments without contact easily from your smartwatch
Keep moving for hours on end
- Rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery provides up to 7 days of watch-only use, 11 hours of GPS use, and 4.5 hours of music use
- Recharge easily with USB charging
Full-colour, high-resolution display is easy to read on-the-go
- 42mm stainless steel case with a full-colour 240 x 240 resolution LCD display updates you with easy-to-read time and fitness data
- Sapphire glass lets you enjoy all your activities with the strength and toughness of one of the most scratch-resistant screen surfaces out there
Mix and match your style
- Choose from a selection of QuickFit bands to mix and match styles to go with any sport or activity
Compatible with a range of apps and other devices
- Powered by Garmin Operating System
- Compatible with Windows 2000 and later and MAC OS X 10.5 and later
- Compatible with over 50 apps, included pre-loaded Garmin Connect app
Health Tracking Features
Activity Monitoring Features
Notifications & Controls
- Fenix 5 Plus
- Charging/Data Cable
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Of the 14 reviewers who responded, 9 would recommend this product.
Averages based on how reviewers feel this product performs.
- Has all the multi-functions I’d hoped for- January 15, 2020
I’ve been able to combine our Garmin dog tracking GPS collars, great on foot navigation, sports/fitness needs into this one device. Easy to learn and maximize use of it and great help and support from Garmin along the well. Navigation features and maps are trrrific and accurate. Easy to figure out, good performance. At first I was concerned a little about the larger size than any watch I’ve had (42 cm) but it is not obstructive on the wrist, is comfortable and looks reasonable in appearance even though larger. It took me a lot of studying and comparing of wearables to find and make decision and so far, I am super happy I chose this.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- User friendly- March 24, 2019
I purchased the Fenix 5s plus about 1 week ago and I am very pleased with my purchase. I have no cons that I can think of. One pro that was a great surprise was the “set” function when doing strength training. For example, I’m doing three sets of 10 squats with only 30 seconds rest in between. The fenix will track my reps for me, I tell it when I have completed the reps, and it then starts counting my rest time. This will go on until you manually stop the activity. I’m not sure if this carries over for the other activities just yet but I’m excited to see what other useful features the watch has.
- Wish I could rave...- November 22, 2018
Wanted to upgrade my Vivoactive for 2 reasons; battery life and the ability to drop pins on my routes. Wore my new 5s plus and it recorded 4+ miles more than both the trail sign's stated miles and my friend's Garmin 230, which was always within a tenth of a mile +/- of my Vivo. On a 20 mile hike 4+ miles is a huge margin of error. If the data my fenix provides is that off then the device is worthless to me. Additionally, the battery was at 25% after just under 7 hours of use. Changing the settings may improve battery life however leaving it at factory settings left me underwhelmed. Would love to post screen shots of the data acquired by both devices but this format doesn't seem to allow it.