After a year-and-half, Garmin has made sure to launch Fenix Series 7 & Epix Gen 2 smartwatches with forward-looking features. The Fenix 6 & its all options including solar-powered Fenix 6x Solar models are highly appreciated by the end-user. With the whole new series, the Fenix 7 series will offer missing functions that require in the current market. The new series comes with Fenix 7, Fenix 7s, Vanilla Fenix 7 & Fenix 7x. They offer 42mm, 43mm, 47mm & 51mm sizes, respectively.
The material choices vary from fiber-reinforced polymer and stainless steel, and the other options are in solar & solar sapphire models, which have sapphire glass & titanium casing as well as solar charging panels. All model beats Apple Watch Series 7, Galaxy Watch 4 & Fossil Gen 6 in battery life, which runs for 90 hours with GPS on Fenix 7s & 213 hours on solar-paneled watches. The brighter flashlight on the Fenix 7 will help runners to find a path, and climbers to search caves at night.
With the endless number of sports activities, it gets SpO2, stress, sleep, heart rate, and other health features. The GNSS positioning is accurate on the smartwatch to guide you, and 16GB & 32GB storage options are a deal-breaker here. Garmin 7 & 7s available from $700 & goes up to $900 for solar options. The Fenix 7x starts from $900 and goes up to $1000.
The Epix Gen 2
After skipping several years, Garmin’s Epix lineup is back with some improvements. With stainless steel or titanium, you have a choice to get 1.3-inch Always o Display touchscreen. It is coated with Sapphire crystal material with Gorilla Glass DX+ protection. It included all the health features along with the GNSS positioning system & GPS.
It has a 16GB & 32GB memory option and offers a 16-days battery life in normal use. This rugged Epix Watch 2 is available for $900 for a basic model and up for $1000 with additional features.
Source: Garmin Website