Garmin Fenix 3 HR

  • Posted on: 12 May 2016
  • By: jp666

Ich bin ja letztes Jahr von Garmin auf Suunto umgestiegen, weil mich der klassische Garmin GPS-Arm (während man auf ein Signal wartet) und ein paar Qualitätsprobleme störten. Es sollte eine Suunto Ambit 3 Sport werden, welche auch einen Mutli-Sport-Modus für Triathlon hatte. Die Garmin Fenix 3 hatte damals auch noch GPS Probleme und war viel teurer. 

Die Suunto hat mich leider nie überzeugt, das GPS war zwar sofort da, die Movescount App ist super, aber die Uhr selbst war nicht mein Fall. Nachdem ich auch das Display kaum ablesen konnte, vorallem Abends beim Laufen und mir der Vibrations-Alarm vorallem bei Intervall-Trainings abging, habe ich meine Suunto schon letztes Jahr inseriert.

Als ich vor ein paar Wochen dann eine Bike-Runde drehte und wirklich gas gab um ein paar Strava Segemente meiner Kollegen zu knacken wollte mein Suunto das nicht mehr synchroniseren. Alle Tipps aus dem Internet halfen nichts und so kam es zu der Kurzschlußaktion - Preis wurde gesenkt und die Uhr noch am selben Wochenende verkauft.

Da stand ich nun ohne GPS Uhr und mit 2 Anmeldungen (Ring Attacke und WingsForLife). Was es werden wird, war vorher schon klar uns schon wurde die neue Garmin 3 HR bestellt. Die Neuheit hier ist das eine Handgelenks HR System hat und man so auch ohne Brustgurt immer den Puls aufzeichnet. 1 Woche später, genau am Tag vor der Ring Attacke kam das Schmuckstück dann.

Ich muss sagen, die Uhr übertrag alle Erwartungen. Endlich wieder meine 4 Datenfelder auf einen Blick (oder sogar noch viel mehr mit custom Apps). Vibrationsalarm funkt super, WLAN zum Synchen, was will man mehr. 

Auch der erste Einsatz im Sport hat mich überzeugt. GPS ist schnell da, die Uhr zeichnet präzise auf und die Auswertungen übersteigen noch mein Wissen. Auch das Handgelenks HR haut sehr gut hin und ich habe es mehrmals mit anderen Systemen (Blutdruckmessgerät und co) verglichen.

Sobald ich alle Features im Griff habe, kommt ein detailliertere Post.

Der einzige Kritikpunkt ist die permanente Kopplung mit meinem iPhone was gut ist für die Notifications, aber sehr schlecht für den Akku.

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