Garmin Fenix 3 HR Review – Get Ready to Wear One of the Best



If you’re looking for an activity tracker that doesn’t disappoint, then it should be in your very best interest to take a look at the Garmin Fenix 3 HR. This is, perhaps, the very definition of the word “epic,” well, as far as activity trackers go, anyway. What you will get out of it are features that you would definitely want in your wearable device such as optical heart rate tracking, and a bunch of other highly useful functionalities. This is as close as you can get to perfection when it comes to the GPS action smartwatch category.

Garmin Fenix 3 HR Review - Get Ready to Wear One of the Best

The Garmin Fenix 3 HR is Near Perfection

When it comes to design, the Garmin Fenix 3 HR does retain the look and feel of other models within the line. For those who are not followers of the product line, know that you will be able to take advantage of a GPS action smartwatch that has a strong build quality, but it is in the chunky side of things. Furthermore, it does come with a silicone strap that’s rugged, but it does retain a sophisticated look towards it that you could not deny.

It features a round 218 x 218-picel transflective color display, and that screen is protected by the brand’s top-of-the-line Sapphire lens. The face is then surrounded by five buttons: two on the right and three on the left. In case you’re wondering, yes, it is water resistant to 100-meters.

When worn on the wrist, the Fenix 3 HR looks practically no different than that of the original model, the Garmin Fenix 3. However, when you turn the device over, you will definitely see the difference. You will be able to see the watch’s Elevate tech, which is an optical heart-rate monitor. Making use of this, it will log your heart-rate in the accompanying app 24-hours a day, 7-days a week, and perhaps the only time when it won’t measure your heart rate is when you take the device off to charge it.

The Garmin Fenix 3 HR even offers an extensive array of features, which include GPS tracking, and a bunch of other sensors such as an altimeter, a barometer, a thermometer, an accelerometer, and even an electronic compass. This is like a fitness science station that you can wear on your wrist. Make no mistake, this might not be the cheapest smartwatch on the market, but know that every penny you spend on it will be worth it.


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Garmin Fenix 3 HR Review – Get Ready to Wear One of the Best
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