The Top 3 Best Garmin Smart Watches (As Of August 2020)
Here are the top 3 Garmin smart watches followed by a list of their latest models:
Because of this smartwatch's overall ranking of 90%, we are confident that the Garmin Forerunner 735XT is currently Alphachooser's best Garmin smartwatch 2020. Furthermore, we think that our 5858 reviews sampled from multiple sources give us a high confidence level (more on confidence levels) that justifies making it a "no-brainer best choice."
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Because of star rating of 4.5 derived from 5444 reviews, here is what we consider second best Garmin smartwatch. * This list, by the way, is based on an in-depth aggregation of hundreds of reviews from around the web.
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The 30 latest Garmin fitness smart watches (as of August, 2020)
The slimmest Garmin Approach smartwatch model at only 0.83-inches wide, tracking activities through an array of sensors like its accelerometer, GPS receiver, optical HRM, fitting everything inside a 5-ATM waterproof chassis with a mineral glass display-protection.
Garmin's fitness smartwatch aiming to please duathletes/triathletes, tracking brick workouts like running/cycling/swimming, holding a 5-ATM water protection, and a 14-hour continuous heart rate monitoring and GPS-tracking battery life.
A 5-ATM waterproof GPS-ready Garmin smartwatch prepared to guide you through a round of Golf, storing more than 40000 pre-installed course maps, lasting up to eight weeks on a single charge, but offering only a 128 x 128 resolution.
A tactical-geared smartwatch with Jumpmaster skydiving activity-tracking, bearing a night-vision-compatible 1.2-inch transflective MIP screen, a sapphire display cover, and a 10-ATM waterproof PVD-coated stainless steel construction.
Garmin's sea-worthy smartwatch capable of tracking marine activities like sailing, fishing, and swimming, parading a 10-ATM water protection, a sapphire covered screen, and a 300mAh lithium-ion battery good for up to six weeks of usage time.
An outdoor-geared smartwatch from Garmin wearing a 5-ATM waterproof construction, a scratch-resistant mineral glass display cover, an optical HRM sensor, and keeping a lithium-ion battery with a 16-hour lifespan when full GPS-tracking is activated.
This 5-ATM waterproof smartwatch boasts a 16-hour usage time with GPS-tracking, tracks most activities through its built-in accelerometer, but unfortunately lacks an on-board optical HRM, which is even included by other cheaper smartwatch models.
Although it borders along the top-shelf price spectrum, this GPS-equipped smartwatch tries to justify its cost with a 5-ATM water protection, a built-in pulse rate sensor, and a 9-day lifespan on a single charge (GPS function turned off).
The women's version of Garmin's Forerunner 25 smartwatch, whose smaller body and lighter weight comes at the expense of battery life, which is reduced from 10 weeks into an 8-week capacity on the women's verison (GPS tracking turned off).
Garmin's activity-oriented smartwatch with a 5-ATM water-protection, allocating an estimated 3-week battery life with GPS-turned off, but strangely lacking a built-in heart rate sensor, which is commonly found on most fitness-centric smartwatches.
Garmin's higher-priced Fenix 3 smartwatch model, boasting a domed-sapphire screen cover, introducing a rose gold and titanium version, but carrying the same 10-ATM waterproof body, 32MB memory, and 6-week battery life as its regular variant.
A battery-optimized GPS-enabled smartwatch from Garmin, delivering a 6-week usage time with GPS turned off, trickling down the 20-hour range when activating GPS-tracking, and fearlessly strutting with an up to 10-ATM water protection.
A fitness-ready smartwatch with a built-in HRM and GPS, continually monitoring heart rate and sleeping patterns, warding damage through a mineral glass display cover with a 5-ATM water-tight body, and a 10-hour usage time with full-GPS tracking.
This aviation-ready smartwatch showcases a built-in airport database with dedicated navigation buttons, a built-in barometric-altimeter, logs up to 1000 locations, and lasts around 20 hours in GPS flight mode (16 hours for titanium version).
a smartwatch for running and other outdoor activities, sharing an accelerometer and GPS receiver combo to track movement and location, yielding an average 10-hour GPS-active usage (but an exceptional 6-week life with the GPS off), and using a magnetic charge port to stay 5-ATM waterproof.
A golf-centered smartwatch from Garmin, somehow sporting a lower 1-ATM water protection (5-ATM for many other models), limiting its activitytracking to golf only, and giving users an estimated 10-hour usage time on GPS-tracking mode.