- Premium GPS running/triathlon watch with wrist based heart rate;Strap material : silicone ; Smartphone compatibility : iPhone, Android, Windows; designed for sale and support in North America only
- Offers advanced running and multisport Features in a comfortable watch you can wear all day, and it only weighs 49 grams
- Provides elevation changes with a built in barometer; altimeter and electronic compass help you keep your bearings
- Evaluates your training status to indicate if you’re undertraining or overdoing it and offers additional performance monitoring Features
- Provides advanced dynamics for running, cycling and swimming, including ground contact time balance, stride length and more. Bezel Material Fiber reinforced polymer.
Reviewed in the United States on January 26, 2018Color: BlackStyle: BaseVerified PurchaseI first bought the Fenix 5 and 5s but returned them both. I just wasn’t turned on by those watches as I had hoped I would. I then bought a Fenix 3. I really liked that watch but after a few days I just couldn’t see my self running and biking with that thing. It’s heft meant I had to keep that beast strapped to my wrist like a tourniquet! So I’m all sad because I was ready to throw down and be a Fenix fan boy when suddenly I start seeing comparisons to the Fenix 5 line and the Forerunner 935? Really? Really, so I got one and man I couldn’t be happier. The 935 weighs half as much, does everything that a Fenix 5 does and has WiFi which only the Fenix 5 Sapphires do. Even the straps on this watch feel more comfortable than the ones on the Fenix 5/3. I can sleep with it on and it never feels uncomfortable. And the GPS and other features have been spot on (check the Garmin website Fenix 5 forums to know what I’m talking about). So if you’re dead set on chasing the bling go ahead and get a Fenix, but if you will actually run and bike and hike your ass off like I do, definitely get the 935.