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fenix 7X Solar Smartwatch

4.75 out of 5 stars
48 Reviews

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Why We Like The Fenix 7X Solar Sport Watch

In a larger size, the Garmin Fenix 7X Solar Sport Watch serves us well whether we're skiing, trekking, working out, golfing, or working the 9 to 5. Solar-powered battery charging keeps our watches alive longer, especially when we're adventuring in sunnier weather. Like previous Fenix models, this seventh generation is jam-packed with features ranging from monitoring our heart rates or navigating us through the backcountry.


Details

  • Larger, solar-powered, multisport GPS watch for athletic adventurers
  • Scratch-resistant lens and an always-on 1.5-inch display
  • Battery recharges with the sun's energy to extend life
  • Responsive touchscreen and trusted buttons navigate 30+ built-in sport apps
  • Training modules include 24/7 health and wellness monitoring and a heart rate monitor
  • GPS features multi-band frequency, 3-axis compass, gyroscope, and altimeter
  • TopoActive maps for thousands of golf courses and ski resorts
  • Please see size chart for complete list of technical features
  • Item #GRMF031
Housing Material
stainless steel
Strap Material
synthetic
Face Material
touchscreen
Movement
digital
Altimeter
barometric
Heart Rate Monitor
wrist-based
Technical Features
see size chart
Battery Type
rechargeable internal lithium-ion
Battery Life
[standard] < 18 days (solar) < 22 days [battery saver water mode] < 57 days (solar) < 173 days [GPS] < 57 hours (solar) < 73 hours [all satellite systems] < 40 hours (solar) < 48 hours [all satellite and multi-band] < 23 hours (solar) 26 hours [all satellite and music] < 10 hours [max battery GPS] < 136 hours (solar) < 289 hours [expedition GPS] < 40 days (solar) < 74 days
Includes
watch, charging/data cable, documentation
Claimed Weight
3oz (96g)
Submersible
10ATM
Face Size
51 x 51 x 14.9mm
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year
Activity
casual, travel, hiking, backpacking, skiing, snowboarding, backpacking, alpine, mountaineering, running, training, cycling, commuting

Overall Rating

4.5 based on 73 ratings

Review Summary

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5 Stars - 57 reviews

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5 out of 5 stars

April 30, 2024

Garmin fēnix® 7X - The best watch

Have used this watch for a few days/weeks, Garmin is still the top leader when it comes to watches that are used actively in training, the solar cell function is fantastic, nice appearance of the watch, good build quality. useful functions Battery life in Garmin watches is calculated in days, not in hours.. As some other manufacturers have.. :-p I use this watch actively in training and everyday use, The screen is protected with a small edge on the surrounding frame. The flashlight function comes in handy when you need it. on training mode which creates a map of the trail you are running is quite accurate A++!!

Jtheman

Originally reviewed on Garmin

2 out of 5 stars

March 27, 2024

Very unhappy

The watch always is unpairing. I’ve already uninstalled and reinstalled the watch 3 times. The watch when I scroll through the apps always is telling me to pair with phone. The phone is always less than 5 feet away.

Jay From Baltimore

Originally reviewed on Garmin

5 out of 5 stars

March 17, 2024

A watch that has features I want

I have been using the Fenix watch for over a month and it has replaced my Apple Watch mostly because of the battery. The Fenix 7 has a great battery life. I only have to charge it once every 2 weeks. This is important because I backpack and camp any chance I get. I am also liking the map feature… I can create my own hikes. This watch has so many features and I am by no means an expert. However It has been easy to learn how to use the features I need for the activities I participate in.

Noa958

Originally reviewed on Garmin

5 out of 5 stars

March 14, 2024

Watch

Good watch so far. I like how long the battery lasts.

Robert.57

Originally reviewed on Garmin

4 out of 5 stars

February 10, 2024

Long battery and good look

I bought Fenix 7X a month ago as replacement of Venu2. Battery is longer than Venu2 and looks is also great. I like. One thing not so good thing is display is not so clear. But almost great watch.

Yamatatsu

Originally reviewed on Garmin

5 out of 5 stars

February 2, 2024

Features

The features are such an upgrade from my Fenix 5S. 1 issue, when I first started using my new watch it would pick up my phone calls, activities, and other things linked. I updated it and now they will not show on my watch face. Have checked all buttons and everything looks set right.

Crazylegs

Originally reviewed on Garmin

5 out of 5 stars

January 30, 2024

great battery life!!

Very very happy with this watch! Does everything I expected and more. pricey but worth it!

jaymaz

Originally reviewed on Garmin

4 out of 5 stars

January 23, 2024

Pretty fantastic for such a pricey watch

I purchased this watch two years ago and it has been performing strong up to this day. The battery life is substantial depending on what activity I do each day. If I use the GPS every day for various activities, then the battery power will drain faster. Otherwise, normal daily watch usage can expect the battery to last well over two weeks before a recharge. Map is accurate and I really like it on the watch and/or from the app on the mobile device. So many other functions. Negatives: - Steps for ANY device (not just Garmin brand) is not scientifically accurate. However, it isn't completely false, just not accurate. It does detect different steps between a taller person vs a shorter person. - Solar powered version is a gimmick. It cannot really store enough power to charge up the watch to full. You will need to plug it in from time to time to recharge completely. Side note: Heart rate chest strap is recommended for accuracy. Summary: Overall, this is a good buy for the casual user. If you want something super accurate, maybe you need to test this out first. Check out all the reviews online for more details than I can provide. I like the looks and durability of this watch, so I will recommend it to anyone considering it.

CasualWatchuser

Originally reviewed on Garmin

5 out of 5 stars

January 17, 2024

Incredible Device, Best Fitness Tracker

We chose Garmin because it is a cross-platform device, it comes with a battery life of many+ days, and it is collaborative. My wife an I use different phone OS, but with Garmin so we can stay on the same tracker platform to compare notes, participate in competitions together, and help motivate each other. My wife switched first and loved her experience, so she got me the Fenix 7 for Christmas - cost-justified by plans to section hike parts of the AT this summer. The buttons took a minute to learn, but only 2 days after unboxing I knew enough to set off on a 26 mile backpacking trip with my trail maps uploaded. It was incredible to have to pull out the phone; everything was there on my wrist; Maps, Music, Data, Compass, Turn-by-Turn directions, and a Flashlight (use this often). I did felt a little guilty given the price, but it is an incredible device.

Boyd

Originally reviewed on Garmin

5 out of 5 stars

December 13, 2023

Fenix 7

Picked up a Fenix 7 last month. I feel that the plethora of information that it is putting at my fingertips is having a significantly positive impact on the consistency and effectiveness of my efforts to extend my longevity... and... more importantly... quality of life.

Nanook

Originally reviewed on Garmin