Garmin Instinct Solar Surf Edition GPS Watch with Heart Rate Monitor - Cloudbreak
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Enhance every workout
- Automatic goal setting helps you stick to your fitness routine
- Tracks steps, distance, running, elevation, sleep, heart rate, and pulse OX2 to help you reach your wellness goals
- GPS tracking with multi-satellite support gets you the most accurate route tracking and speed info during exercise by using the strongest satellite link
- Dedicated surfing activity and tide data is perfect for those who love to catch a wave
- Built-in sports apps include trail running, swimming, running, biking, hiking, rowing, skiing, indoor climbing, and more
- ABC sensors help you stay on track wherever the adventure takes you
- Built-in sports apps and performance metrics take every workout to the next level
- Receive alerts for incoming calls and social media updates, and control music
- Use the Garmin Pay mobile payment service to make contactless payments easily from your smartwatch
- Bluetooth connectivity allows you to listen through headphones without the tether of wires
- Solar power and battery provide up to 30 hours or 56 days of life (depending on use) on a single charge
- Recharges in just 3 hours via the included USB charging cable
- 23mm display with a monochrome 128x128 resolution updates you with easy-to-read time and fitness data
- Interchangeable silicone band lest you customise your look and style
Health Tracking Features
Activity Monitoring Features
Notifications & Controls
- Instinct Solar
- Charging/Data Cable
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- Not worth it- December 6, 2020
The solar surf edition sounds pretty sweet in the marketing materials, but I've been disappointed by all the special features above and beyond a normal Instinct. Solar? Have never seen any increase in battery life. Surfline rewind? Iphone app only and I have Android (like 85% of the population). Tides on the home screen? Only works when connected to your phone when I literally bought this to walk to surf and leave my phone at home. Wave tracking? Didn't track any waves until their update and now it routinely tracks 30+ (when I catch around 10). Thought it'd fulfill all my needs and it's just been an absolute frustration.
- Yea...but what about Surf features- January 6, 2021
This watch does a lot of things well...but the focus of the Marketing and design is on the surf functions and they are not done well. All the great Garmin stuff aside...and many great features are there in spades, the surf tools need work urgently. To market a watch to a tribe of athletes that want very specific data, wave count, accurate speed and location, and then give that group only two of the three on a reasonably expensive Surf Edition is a travesty. I've tried a couple recommendations from the forum to fix the hyper-count of waves per session anomaly to not avail. It appears to me the threshold of what counts as a wave is set way too low (maybe 2-3 mph)....maybe it's movement toward the beach....whatever the count is based on makes the actual count of waves taken unusable.
- Love how user friendly it is as well as the solar- August 12, 2020
I bought this a few weeks ago. Since I live mostly in Hawaii, I was very interested in the solar and surf features. The solar is so amazing, I’m up to a 32 day charge with all the features on. The watch in general is so easy to navigate and visual is perfect at a glance. I hope to use the surf feature next month when I’m back in Hawaii. I’ve tried all the other watches, iwatch, galaxy watch, and Fitbit, but this by far is the best of the best! Love it!