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fenix 7 Smartwatch

4.402298850574713 out of 5 stars
87 Reviews

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Why We Like The Fenix 7 Smartwatch

Garmin fused the top traits of their fitness and outdoor watches, bringing us the resilient, go-anywhere, do-it-all Fenix 7. With fully customizable features, tracking, and displays, this multi-sport watch gives us all of what we want and none of what we don't. For backpacking trips, ultra runs, and century rides, the Power Manager helps us make battery-extending changes when on the move to make sure not one climb, sprint, or mile is missed.


  • Bold smartwatch for the outdoor enthusiast
  • Gorilla Glass holds its own against the most rugged of ventures
  • Water-resistant up to 100m for your open-water swims
  • Silicone strap for comfort through sweaty workouts and wet weather
  • Extendable battery life lasts for your entire workout every time
  • Large display lets you view color maps and alerts with ease
  • Tracks multiple activities for a full fitness picture
  • Buttons + touchscreen screen navigation for personalized ease of use
  • Please see size chart for complete list of technical features
  • Item #GRMF02U
Housing Material
[face fabric] fiber-reinforced polymer, [rear cover] metal, [bezel] stainless steel
Strap Material
Face Material
Corning Gorilla Glass DX
Heart Rate Monitor
Technical Features
see size chart
Bluetooth, ANT+, Wi-Fi
Operating System
Garmin Connect
Dual Times
Date Indicator
Weekday Indicator
Battery Type
Battery Life
[GPS mode] 57hr, [smartwatch mode] 18 days, [battery saver mode] 57 days, [all satellite systems] 40hr, [all satellite systems + music] 10h, [max battery GPS] 136hr, [expedition GPS] 40 daysr
Low Battery Indicator
Fenix 7, charging/data cable, documentation
Claimed Weight
10ATM (100m)
Face Size
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year
running, golfing, hiking, bouldering, climbing, MTB, skiing, snowboarding, nordic skiing, SUP, rowing, kayaking, surfing, hunting, tactical, kiteboarding, windsurfing, snowshoeing, triathlon, cycling, bike training, swimming (pool and open water), training

Overall Rating

4.5 based on 87 ratings

Review Summary

1 Stars - 7 reviews
2 Stars - 2 reviews
3 Stars - 2 reviews
4 Stars - 14 reviews
5 Stars - 62 reviews

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5 out of 5 stars

July 13, 2024

Fenix 7

I bought this a month ago and I’m very happy I did.


Originally reviewed on Garmin

5 out of 5 stars

July 10, 2024

Battery life is epic

Been wearing for 10 days. Used gps feature 4 times. Still predicts 7 days of life.

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Originally reviewed on Garmin

5 out of 5 stars

July 10, 2024

All the features I wanted and more…

The Fenix 7 is has all the features I wanted, and many I didn’t even realize I’d love. The flexibility and adaptability of configuration are so comprehensive the set-up learning curve was a tad overwhelming at first, but after a few tutorials I was able to get a foundational setup that worked for me and I have been able to tweak faces, menus, etc. to my preferences as they evolve. As an adventure racer the endurance training data is comprehensive, and indispensable. Being able to set training goals and program my workouts for the week(s) ahead have been my favorite functional discoveries. Obviously AR mode is a huge plus for me. Having all the nav tech I need (and is allowed) on my wrist is perfect. I look forward to further unlocking all the potential packed into this little device.


Originally reviewed on Garmin

1 out of 5 stars

June 6, 2024

Poor quality and not a sports watch

I returned the device due to its poor quality and I think that Garmin is not the sport watch that I need. All the watches come with so many sports that I'll never use. I will look for a watch that helps me improve my training and the core sports that I need and not have to pay for the other 50 sports.


Originally reviewed on Garmin

5 out of 5 stars

June 5, 2024

Great watch

I upgrade from Fenix 5, complete different watch. It has much more things than the previous watch. Only need to answer a phone. I hope a new version coming with that.

Charlie R

Originally reviewed on Garmin

5 out of 5 stars

May 25, 2024

Nice information

Love the variety of faces and information available.


Originally reviewed on Garmin

2 out of 5 stars

May 14, 2024

Fenxix 7 does not sync to Blue Tooth on Iphone

Super frustrating....... this is my second watch. Still, no syncing with my iPhone. No issues with my Apple watches.

Frank Tarver

Originally reviewed on Garmin

5 out of 5 stars

April 15, 2024

Not sure it could get any better

I am 73 years old. I bought this over a year ago and am amazed by all the features. Between it and Training Peaks, i can record and keep track of all my training. With this help, I was successful in running Rim to rim to rim of the Grand canyon in 19 hours last September, a 55k in December, a 50k in January and 25 miler in March. Tomorrow I am heading back up to the canyon for a faster R3. Pace Pro on the Fenix has helped me to substantially reduce my time and keep me going. It is much like having my own personal pacer. Highly recommend this watch and I do to everyone I talk to.

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Originally reviewed on Garmin

5 out of 5 stars

April 12, 2024

Great Features

I have had the watch for about a month and it has amazing features, like sleep score, spotify playlist storage and it is also stylish. The battery lasts 30 days. I am very happy with the watch.


Originally reviewed on Garmin

5 out of 5 stars

March 11, 2024

Peace of mind!

I was diagnosed with AFib on January 7, 2024 after going to the hospital after a brief visual loss. They noted my heart rate was 130 which I hadn't even felt. Took 4 hours to get my heart rate down. For peace of mind, I started researching a device that would monitor my heart rate 24/7 but also be much more than that. I am a Garmin fan. In my opinion they are the only choice if you want the best in mapping and navigation. I wanted something to use for hiking and walks. When my son Sebastien found out I was diagnosed with AFib, he covertly queried what I would like, though I had already been asking him about various devices. In the end, the FENIX 7 was the one I told him I would be interested in. He invited my wife and I for lunch, let me try on "his" watch, and said "its yours!". While it does not do AFib measurements, that is fine. What I need is a heart rate monitor to let me know when I am above 100bpm for any period of time. This watch does and DID that for me. I know I'm in AFib at that point. Its the high heart rate that will cause me problems. I also appreciate the app that the watch uploads data to on my phone. Helps me track AFib sessions to show my doctor. The maps on the watch and the hiking app are slowly motivating me to do more exercising to help improve my physical shape. I just hate that I have to take it off to charge it. The battery life is quite good too for the 48mm I have. Not a full week for the battery management settings I have set up, but 4-5 days before needing a recharge, which I do after I wake up and get to work around 9am. Looking forward to getting the Garmin upper arm BP monitor as well, as soon as it is approved for Canada, so I can have my BP stats as well in one app. I do like that it can do oxygen measuring as I have had issues with clotting in my lungs, which the oximeter app will catch. I have that one set to manual to help extend my battery. The heart monitoring is my priority at this point. This watch gives me great peace of mind knowing it is watching over me.


Originally reviewed on Garmin