Garmin has managed to squeeze its GPS functionality into a rugged looking watch. And just on its design merit alone, we love it.
Garmin claims that the fēnix is its first watch to include similar GPS navigation functionality as its handheld units, letting users create and follow pre-planned routes, bookmark up to 1,000 unique waypoints, and store up to 10,000 tracking points.
Which makes perfect sense if you're out in the wilderness and tracking your way out of things. The fēnix also boasts built-in ABC capabilities—which is short for altimeter, barometer, and compass.
You'll also find Bluetooth and ANT wireless connectivity for communicating with a PC, other navigation devices, or an optional external temperature sensor. The watch is waterproof to a depth of 50 meters, has enough battery life to provide GPS functionally for up to 50 hours and it'll cost $400.