Garmin launches Garmin Epix Pro and Garmin Fenix 7 Pro, two high-end smartwatches for all the explorers and extreme sports enthusiasts out there. Based on their specs and features, the two Garmin smartwatches come with quite the spiced up price tag. How are Garmin Epix Pro and Garmin Fenix 7 Pro different from other fitness trackers and gadgets? Let’s delve into more details and find out.
Garmin Epix Pro
Garmin Epix Pro boasts cool features and specs, some of them genuinely extreme but so accurate for sports enthusiasts. For example, the new Epix Pro series offer many preloaded activities you’ll definitely find attractive, including basketball, football, riding horses, endurance and hill ratings, and even racquet sports. Quite impressive, isn’t it?!
However, the Garmin Epix Pro’s key feature is its AMOLED display, which offers a vibrant image without using up too much battery life. Isn’t this the perfect case scenario?! Obviously, we can also delve into more sophisticated fitness functions if we feel like, including a built-in flashlight with numerous brightness settings, a new weather map to observe local conditions, topographic maps with new colors, and even a cool strobe mode. Oh, and there’s a red-only visual display option for low light, too!
Garmin Epix Pro is now on the market and comes in three sizes, 42mm, 47mm, and 51mm, with a starting price of $900.
Garmin Fenix 7 Pro
Now, take things more seriously, we can get our hands on the new Garmin Fenix 7 Pro if we’ve set our bars really high. How so? The Fenix 7 Pro series is obviously for more serious explorers. The smartwatch features solar charging, mapping upgrades with weather overlays, POIs, a powerful LED flashlight, preloaded activities like motocross and whitewater rafting, and even a red safety light.
By integrating V02 sensors, prior training data, and hill scores, the new endurance score of the Fenix 7 Pro shows how simple it is to participate in sustained physical activity. Garmin Fenix 7 Pro comes in various sizes and styles with a starting price tag of $800.