|商品尺寸||4.5 x 4.5 x 1.45 cm; 52 克|
|款式特征||VO2 Max;日常锻炼建议;恢复时间;MTB 动态;基于手腕的心率;压力跟踪;*分数和高级*监测;身体电池™能量监测;脉搏氧化;健身年龄;强度分钟, 潮汐数据;冲浪活动;冲浪线;冲浪活动;冲浪活动;风帆活动;风筝冲浪活动;多GNSS支持;ABC传感器;Tracback®路由;智能通知;连接 IQ™ 商店;*和跟踪功能;内置运动应用程序;HIIT 锻炼|
|运动类型||游泳, 训练, 运动与健身, 户外生活方式, 露营及徒步旅行|
|包装清单||Instinct® 2 系列智能手表,充电/数据线、文档|
|保修说明||1 year limited warranty|
GARMIN 佳明 坚固耐用的户外手表，带 GPS，具有 Glonass 和 Galileo、心率监测和 3 轴指南针
Garmin Instinct 2, Camo-Edition, Rugged Outdoor Watch with GPS, Built for All Elements, Multi-GNSS Support, Tracback Routing and More, Graphite camo
- 坚固耐用的GPS智能手表防水深度达100米，采用纤维增强聚合物外壳和防刮康宁 Gorilla 玻璃，具有抗热和抗冲击性能
- 内置运动应用程序，可进行跑步、骑自行车、游泳、力量训练等；此外，还有 VO2 Max 和其他训练功能
- 与兼容的智能手机配对后，通过智能通知和Connect IQ兼容性，过上终极的互联生活。
- 与兼容的智能手机配对时，通过智能通知和Connect IQ兼容性，过上终极的互联生活。使用内置的3轴指南针和气压高度计以及多个全球导航卫星系统（GPS，GLONASS和Galileo）跟踪您的冒险了解您的身体全天候健康监测功能可跟踪您的心率、睡眠、脉搏牛、呼吸情况等，效果更好（并非所有国家/地区都提供 Pulse Ox。此设备旨在估算您的活动和指标；它不是医疗设备）电池寿命：在智能手表模式下最长可达 28 天；在 GPS 模式下最长可达 30 小时
- Rugged GPS smartwatch is water-rated to 100 meters and thermal- and shock resistant with fiber-reinforced polymer case and scratch-resistant Corning Gorilla glass
- Built-in sports apps to take on running, biking, swimming, strength training and more; plus, VO2 Max and other training features
- Live the ultimate connected life with smart notifications and Connect IQ compatibility when paired with your compatible smartphone.
- Track your adventures with the built-in 3-axis compass and barometric altimeter, plus multiple global navigation satellite systems (GPS, GLONASS and Galileo)
- Understand your body better with all-day health monitoring features that track your heart rate, sleep, Pulse Ox, respiration and more (Pulse Ox not available in all countries. This device is intended to give an estimation of your activity and metrics; it is not a medical device)
- Battery life: up to 28 days in smartwatch mode; up to 30 hours in GPS mode
坚固的智能手表，根据军用标准MIL-STD-810G制造，具有经过保护和化学强化的显示屏，以实现出色的可读性； GPS / GLONASS / Galileo用于快速位置检测；扩展的高度计，气压计和指南针ABC传感器； TracBack功能； 24/7心率手腕上的测量，智能通知，Garmin Explore应用程序，“ inReach Mini”连接性：通过与卫星通信设备的连接来提高安全性，可以直接在手表上接收消息或进行SOS呼叫，由纤维增强的聚合物制成的外壳，防水至10 bar，尺寸4.5 x 4.5 x 1.53厘米，QuickFit手链由带针扣的硅胶制成，已包含在交货中：充电/数据线，简要说明
Garmin Instinct Solar
SOLAR CHARGING CAPABILITIES
Based on variable sun exposure, Instinct can provide our best battery life through a solar charging option.
MILITARY STANDARD 810
Instinct is built to the U.S. military standard 810 for thermal, shock and water resistance (rated to 100 meters).
View how various settings and sensors impact your watch’s battery life, so you can make battery-extending changes on the fly.
Use preloaded activity profiles for surfing, swimming, running, biking, hiking, rowing, strength and more.
WRIST-BASED HEART RATE
Get estimated heart rate data along with alerts if your heart rate stays too high or too low while you’re at rest. Gauge how hard your heart is working during activities, even underwater.
For altitude acclimation or sleep monitoring, a Pulse Ox sensor uses light beams at your wrist to estimate how well your body is absorbing oxygen. (This is not a medical device and is not intended for use in the diagnosis or monitoring of any medical condition. Pulse Ox not available in all countries.)
Heart rate variability is used to calculate your stress level score, so you can see if you’re having a calm, balanced or stressful day.
BODY BATTERY ENERGY MONITOR
Optimize your body’s energy reserves, using heart rate variability, stress, sleep and other data to gauge when you’re ready to be active or when you may need to rest.
Access multiple global navigation satellite systems (GPS, GLONASS and Galileo) to track in more challenging environments than GPS alone.
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I purchased these watches, in an effort to find an outdoor adventure watch with GPS capabilities and real time weather data. I no longer own either, and here’s why:
Garmin Fenix 6
1. Extremely difficult to read in low light without pressing the backlight button, thus largely failing to offer the time-telling convenience a wrist watch is supposed to provide.
2. Inability to respond to texts from an iOS device, even with pre-scripted responses.
3. Inaccurate weather info. This one really bugged me, because I wanted at-a-glance, realtime weather on my wrist. I’m not sure where Garmin sources their weather info from, but it was rarely correct. On top of that it was extremely slow to reach out and grab updated weather info. There were times when the temp was off by as much as 10 degrees, causing me to constantly refer to an alternative source (my phone) to double check. The barometer was also usually off, even after calibrating. (My Suunto Core, for comparison’s sake has always had a remarkably accurate barometer, though it’s onboard thermometer is entirely useless on the wrist.)
Garmin Instinct 2
1. Unlike the Fenix, the display was not an issue. The instinct 2 has the best negative display I have ever seen on a watch, and you can even switch it over to positive.
2. However, like the Fenix the inability to respond to iOS messages was a bummer and
3. Weather data was untrustworthy.
So if you’re a watch nerd like me, looking for a rugged adventure smart watch, I’m not sure Garmin is really there yet. Neither of these are particularly good “smart watches.” Both are too limited in their communication capabilities for iPhone users. The Fenix is hardly even a good watch. Robust and beautiful, yes, but difficult to live with indoors due to the screen dimness. It’s just too expensive to be a direct sunlight only watch. And as to the weather data, why can’t Garmin just let you choose which weather widget to sync to on your phone? At a bare minimum, the weather data issue should be fixed. Had it worked, I would have kept the Instinct 2.
As mentioned, if you want a gps enabled fitness watch, and don’t care about the shortcomings I’ve mentioned, either of these would work, but I think the real value is the Instinct 2.
As it stands, both of these watches left me wondering, “Why not just purchase a handheld Garmin GPS with an inherently larger screen for times when I need Garmin gps features? Or why not buy an Apple Watch for the premier smart watch experience and add the Workoutdoors app to it? Ultimately I put All Trails on my phone, and a regular watch on my wrist.
I went with the tactical and realized i could have done without all the features in it and saved some money, but FDE is nice...
Solar takes a long time to charge. An 8 hour detail in the sun, bought me a whole extra day of battery life! (Sarcasm). The battery life is awesome, so i could have avoided the solar too.
The garmin software is pretty good to and the training programs and coaches are good too. Just not sure i needed the tactical.
The only complaint i have is the learning curve with using the buttons and navigating the menus. Ive cancelled workouts i dont know how many times halfway through by hitting the wrong button, but it's a small gripe.
If you dont need the bonus features or an obsession with fde, skip the tactical. If you arent taking it to a combat zone where you never have access to a wall outlet skip the solar.
At first I was blown away with the sleep tracking, the recovery time, and the fact that I only had to charge it once every 7-10 days (depending on the amount of activities for the week). I leave the pulse ox off but have the heart rate monitor on. Leaving the pulse ox off really saves a lot of battery and the heart rate monitor shouldn’t take up that much juice.
Then about 10 days ago, I noticed my watch was losing its charge at an alarming rate. I was now having to charge it once a day (similar to my Apple Watch I had had prior). To me for a company to boast about an up to 51 DAY battery life, this was unacceptable. I tried plugging it in to different outlets (wall, external charger, computer) thinking maybe it was my wall charger but it was to no avail. I looked it up and found a page of FAQs on their website, I looked through these things but I hadn’t changed any features since the first month of using the watch so nothing should have changed the battery life. Also please note, I haven’t changed my activities drastically within the past 10 days.
I contact their support through the fillable form. I got a quick response to check out the FAQs that I already looked at. After explaining I already looked through the FAQs, they had me download my data and send it to them. That was last Monday and I didn’t hear back. I emailed asking for an update and was told their “engineers were looking into it”. That was on Wednesday. Today I woke up to a dead garmin. So now you’re telling me I have to charge this thing twice a day and it’s not even four months old? This is worse battery life than my Apple Watch! And I’ve gotten no help from garmin. Honestly, this was the biggest waste of $500 and if I could, I’d Chuck this thing into the trash and go back to my Apple Watch.