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Garmin added arrows for the route direction on the Edge series this past year, like many other vendors have had for years. Unfortunately, because I was technically on the course, I never received an off-course warning. After all, Garmin has approximately 9, other routing-related options. By default, all sport profiles have touch disabled. Once enabled on that sport profile, within a map you can touch to move around the map, or double-tap quickly to zoom in.
Responsiveness is very solid here. I show this in my user interface video. Remember also that you can change the map sets shown. Within the TopoActive map, there are different map layers, including high contrast ones, night ones, even popularity routing heatmap ones. In terms of details offered, the maps between the Fenix 7 and Epix are technically identical. And in the above case, the Epix backlight is automatically on, however, in the below photo, here you can see that even with the backlight off dim , the Epix display is far easier to read than the Fenix 7 Sapphire.
Plus of course, the Epix display itself is far brighter and more clear even in direct sun than the Fenix 7 display. The Fenix 7 contains virtually identical features to the Fenix 6 series in terms of both music and contactless payments. Meaning that these features are basically the same across all Garmin watches. These days, the biggest banks in the US and many other countries are supported though.
In my case, I primarily use Spotify, so it only took a few seconds to link up my Spotify account. A Spotify Premium account is required though for doing offline music to your watch thus, no phone required. Once connected though, you can choose which playlists you want to sync. You can also use Spotify to download podcasts, which is a handy way of doing it versus the regular Garmin podcast feature that requires a computer to sync the podcasts.
In general, the simple math is about seconds per song to download so about 10 songs per minute speed varies based on the length of the song and other factors. As long as the Spotify app checks in once per 30 days, your music stays valid. You can download multiple playlists from multiple services plus manually load music on the watch using a USB cable, such as MP3 files.
Once inside of that, you can choose the playlist you want, and skip songs. This is accessible both within a workout and outside of it in regular smartwatch mode such as just sitting at your desk. A full list is here. However, my US Visa credit cards Chase are supported. Ultimately, this requires Garmin going to every single bank worldwide and get them onboarded.
In any case, adding a bank takes about minutes, so I added my US Chase card instead. For most people, they tend to use this type of functionality on their watches for well-known establishments that support contactless payments.
I had considered placing this section within the GPS accuracy section, or perhaps within the sport section. But both were already pretty long. So consider this a shorter primer to a slate of changes Garmin has made. But technically, GPS is the wrong word. And by seeing more satellites in addition to increasing the signal and varying the frequency, it allows your watch to better mitigate signal obstructions and increase accuracy.
Garmin is hardly the first company here in this space. More on that in a minute. Garmin also confirmed that both Sapphire and Non-Sapphire units across all Fenix 7 and Epix units are using the same chipset supplier Airoha. So the idea being that you can perhaps use higher-level dual-band accuracy on an openwater swim or a mountain bike ride through difficult terrain, but then go with less-battery-draining options for a road bike ride, which is typically one of the easier things to track GPS-wise.
As a result, this burns a boatload more battery, and in theory is the most accurate. UltraTrac: This setting is for crazy-long adventures, whereby it reduces the GPS update rate significantly. Think of this as the emergency option. Keep in mind that this chart is really a starting point. Using the Power Manager feature, you can get crazy detailed on which features you care about for example, toggling off optical HR sensor and connecting to a chest strap saves a boatload of battery , and thus can easily extend these.
Or, inversely, turning on the flashlight while playing music will decrease them. Use your powers wisely. For super simple context compared to the other top-dog in the battery space, the COROS Vertix 2, their key claims are:. One thing to keep in mind is that Garmin does track vastly more health stats behind the scenes that COROS does and at a higher rate too, which certainly has a big battery drain component.
You can turn off some of these though, which would increase the battery life further on the Garmin. Though, the GPS battery life one-upmanship is quirky. From a sport standpoint is largely only impacts the upper tier of Ultra competitors. However, from a practical day-to-day standpoint it simply means you charge your watch less frequently. A watch could fall apart and give you dire electrical shocks while doing so, but if it shows you on the wrong side of the road? Oh hell no, bring on the fury of the internet!
GPS accuracy can be looked at in a number of different ways, but I prefer to look at it using a number of devices in real-world scenarios across a vast number of activities. I use other devices at once, trying to get a clear picture of how a given set of devices handles conditions on a certain day. Plus, wearing multiple watches on the same wrist is well known to impact optical HR accuracy.
I start off along some canals and farms, and then eventually wind my way down through a long skinny street of story buildings on both sides. All these were separated and stable, as to not impact each other. I carry them the exact same way companies themselves do GPS testing:. All the units had no problems in the openness sections:.
However, as we approached the first set of light buildings and bridges, the impact of multiband GPS became apparent, with those units plotting slightly clearer tracks. For example, the FR in pink turns way too early under the bridges, whereas the rest got it right. For example, here the COROS Vertix 2 incorrectly gets frisky while going under a tunnel, sharply meandering off to the side. However, a short bit later, the Fenix 7X then did some less sharp but longer bushwhacking away from the path.
Which is interesting because in general I saw that most of the time if the Vertix 2 made an error, then the Fenix 7 and Epix repeated it. But all the units traded having GPS tracks that blasted through the sides of buildings. The rest of the run was largely boring and consistent. In one other scenario where I passed under a giant chunk of the Hospital, the FR zigged, while all the other units zagged. Practically speaking, neither was perfectly correct, they were just wrong in opposite directions and the multi-band units were clearly just very slightly less wrong.
This one had it all! From deep woods, to dense trees, and towering cliffs. Meaning that the three units are nearly identical in every scenario within meters of each other, wobbling along , except that the COROS seems very slightly more smoothed. That has pros and cons. That in turn tends to result in lower overall distances. One can see that in numerous occasions. However, keep in mind that extra unit was largely on my backpack shoulder strap, which has body-blockage effects.
The COROS Vertix 2 seems to start off however about m higher than the other units, but over the course of five hours, drifts closer to the other units. This ride was KM long :. The best way to look at this one is random spot-checks along the course. For example this particularly dense section of tree and switchbacks:. All of this is spot on. But still, there are astoundingly close GPS tracks here to the reference units on the swim buoy.
Sure, no Fenix 7 here, as I only want one unit per wrist. You can see the Vertix 2 is slightly more wobbly, and the Epix also overshot very slightly on the corner. Though, this was also a month ago, so things have undoubtedly changed in GPS performance as we see above :.
Are they absolutely perfect? Both making the same errors and non-errors at the same time when worn together on workouts. The only difference being that it appears COROS applies slightly more smoothing in a variety of situations, which has the previously outlined pros and cons. Altitude-wise, everything is virtually identical between units, and seems to correctly lock onto the right altitude when known — such as at the beach.
All of the linked sets can be opened up and you can peak at this altitude graphs further. Some comparison sets are not included here for devices not yet released, whereby the secondary device was still unreleased. Hang tight! Before we move on to the test results, note that optical HR sensor accuracy is rather varied from individual to individual. Aspects such as skin color, hair density, and position can impact accuracy. A unit with an optical HR sensor should be snug.
You can wear it a tiny bit looser the rest of the day. These workouts include a wide variety of intensities and conditions, making them great for accuracy testing. Swims, bikes, runs, hikes, indoor workouts, and more. Note all this data is analyzed using the DCR Analyzer, details here.
The only bobble actually comes from the Polar H10 in the first seconds, with what appears to be an incorrect half-hearted spike ahead of the warm-up, and then it corrects. You can see that anytime I had intensity, things were great with Epix, but when I stopped or was descending — in particular the descending, it got messy.
This is pretty common for optical HR sensors — but was worthwhile noting here. Thus, increasing complications again — a 7-hour ride up and down a volcano. This is notable because it shows how things handle in particular ascending versus descending, but also some longer sustained periods.
I want to zoom in though on one of the longer sustained climbs of about an hour or so. Notice how that green line spikes and drops a bit here and there, whereas the yellow line of the Fenix 7 is far more tame. But, this can just go to show some of the challenges of measuring optical HR even on different wrists of the same person. Meanwhile, while descending, things separate pretty considerably, which is pretty much my experience across most wrist-based optical heart rate sensors.
Especially given this was an hour-long descent in relatively cold conditions up top. Then after that, things snap right back to it. The drop-out line around the marker is simply me taking off the watches to take a few photos of the displays. Generally speaking, cold conditions reduce blood flow in the wrist area until warmed up, which in turn tends to reduce optical HR sensor accuracy.
So, I wanted to see if that held any implications if I compared the Fenix 7S on my left wrist to a Fenix 7X on my right wrist. Surprisingly, the Fenix 7X largely nailed it. That was entirely backwards of my expectations. But, during the run I watched it happen in real-time, and most notably, watched the impact it had on Stamina data during the intervals. There was no logical reason for the Fenix 7S to have such trouble. It was nice and snug, away from the wrist bone, and it should have been happy.
So, then out of curiosity, I equipped my much smaller wristed wife with the same setup again just a few hours later for a workout she was doing later that night. Keeping in mind, the Fenix 7X is hilariously too big for her tiny wrists. As you can see, it was very solid, and virtually spot on.
As was, also surprising to me, the 7X given her tiny wrists. In fact, even during the strength training lifting — it was largely better than I expected. Where you see it differ from the Polar H10 chest strap she was wearing was in the recovery from each set, in which case the chest strap recovered far faster than the optical HR sensors did. Then the next night, I threw the same pairing on her again.
This time for her indoor bike workout, also then followed by another lift. Again, zero issues. As with any testing, with so many models and so many potential workout scenarios indoors, outdoors, differing sports, night vs daylight, etc… , you can go in circles trying to figure out which scenarios might be gaps. Though, if you kinda squint it makes sense. So if we look at the sensor, what we see is pretty much what we expect. Overall I had good luck with it when there was intensity, even high intensity — with the exception of a single workout where the Fenix 7S totally lost the plot.
However, areas like descending on a bike caused inconsistencies, as did some lifting but not all. Ya win some, ya lose some. I go through everything from real-world side-by-side battery life on long workouts, to how the screens differ in real-life usage, plus aspects like map differences, graphing details, and more. You can find the full Fenix 7 vs Epix post here. Like any product series, the longer the product is in the market, the less revolutionary the changes to each iteration become. As the product, or even product category, matures — the step-up in changes tends to decrease.
Virtually every aspect of the Fenix 7 is better than the Fenix 6 in my testing. Both the tangible things like GPS, barometric altimeter, and heart rate accuracy — but also much of the day-to-day bits around user interface design is more polished. Or even seemingly minor things like the button guards though, those do take a day or two to get used to.
Tasks that used to be a headache, like loading maps ahead of a trip, are now trivial. And for those 7X owners, the ability to light your way through an unknown hotel room in the middle of the night is handy. Plus the myriad of other sport-focused uses for the flashlight. As noted, almost all of my workouts had very strong heart rate accuracy, with only a singular hard interval set going askew in colder weather. On GPS, I had no major failures, or really even minor failures — as seen in all the sets above.
Of course, this Epix lacks ultra-long battery life, either in standby watch mode or GPS mode. This ultimately means it comes down to what you prefer: Significant battery, or better display. With that — thanks for reading!
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Subscribe me to the newsletter. Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can click here to Subscribe without commenting. I wonder if the solar panel actually charges the watch battery or if the watch uses the solar panel to power it. Does anybody know how this actually works? A The most important, is that it actually can.
I got readings anywhere from K last week in the sun in the Canary Islands. And for far longer outside. But for day to day consumption and varying conditions, less so. Their GPS watches that have it, it does literally nothing of value. Thanks for the explanation! If the priority is to first use the power from the solar panels and secondly the power from the battery, the possible degradation would be less.
Thanks at dcr for the fantastic reviews. I would be interested in this as Well. Can anybody say Something about garmins Future Plans? To me the entire top Lineup seems to be a stopgap measure. Garmin releasing an out-of-cycle refresh as significant as described is highly unlikely.
Software features tend to get backported. I was wondering the same. I had to build my own app to show 8 fields on a FR , which has the same screen size as the Fenix 7S. Aside from the battery some people actually may appreciate the Fenix 7S size, especially wearing it at night some people are not comfortable with the bigger size. Is there any change in settings of phone notifications? Two vibrations for an incoming call is just not enough. Is it possible to choose different notification pattern?
Thanks for the review. So how long till the Fenix 6 price gets lowered and goes on sale? Just basic GPS functions. I had a Coros apex and the HR was so bad that it was useless and I ended up selling it. Any suggestions?? If interested hit me up on Garmin 6X or 7X forum or here. Awesome article as always. I ended up picking the 7X Sapphire, rather than the Epix, purely because of its ability to handle multi-day adventures without needing a recharge, and with plenty of battery left to spare.
Just got it yesterday, and so far, it feels like an excellent upgrade from my old 6X sapphire! Hi, Thank you for your excellent work, I would like to ask you if any Garmin watch support wing foil or if you know any other sport watch that support wing foil. Thank in advance for your help.
Was just notified that my 7X will ship soon. Sadly not. Now, some folks would say you can technically move certain files over from unit to unit and yes, you can. Ray — will the watch charge under regular light if it is close a bulb or will it only charge via sunlight? I do my course planning in Garmin Connect via computer in the Google Chrome browser. The list of course point types in the browser is only 7 vs. Do you know if Garmin is planning to update the web version of Garmin Connect to include this more comprehensive list of course point types?
Thanks for a great review Ray. Do you have to have sunshine with solar or will indoor lighting also charge the solar? For comparison, a sunny winter day around here is 50K lux, and a summer day at the beach was K lux. Now, there may be lights that do transmit better or are different. Another great review. Also, does the newer underlying hardware see a bump in bluetooth support?
Bluetooth 5 is ubiquitous for music now that true wireless earbuds are the norm. Hey DC thanks for the excellent review. Are there any improvements on the sound quality for music or its the same as 6 series?
Thank you. After that, the run profile datafields were exactly the same on my Forerunner All other activities profile Datafields were on default then, like on the Fenix 7. The display is much worse than that of my Hard to read. I think the touch layer makes the display so much worse. The Fenix 6 Solar are much better. Correct, the data fields are configured on a per-device basis, with no syncing across devices nor migration across devices, etc….
Those watches were never really designed to pull in settings from the phone app. So tweaking that entire process takes re-engineering. What about the non LTE? The should also get CIQ 4, so some features are possible. System 5 is: — CIQ 3. They obviously did this because they wanted to reserve the major version number e. System 7 or whatever will probably encompass up to 3 different CIQ versions. Yeah, Garmin really needs to reset their thinking on the CIQ versioning situation.
Things I noticed using 7x sapphire solar after my 6X. Buttons feel really cheap. No widgets? I cannot add some widgets I had on my 6x. In the IQ store, you cannot find widgets for the 7x. No category for it. No option for it. The flashlight is awesome. Wrist HRM still acts up after about 45 minutes of use. Jumps for no reason by about 20 bpm. The display looks better. Touchscreen is good except while showering.
With the CIQ store, it basically takes time for developers to approve their widgets for use on newer watches. Honestly, the whole thing there is a bit silly. One thing to double-check though is that your firmware is fully up to date — it should be 7. If you launch an app from the widget list, it acts just like a widget, in the sense that it times out after 2 minutes of inactivity. I assume it will also have other widget limitations, such as being unable to record an activity.
Source: link to developer. Does anyone knows is Fenix 3 is same dimensions with Fenix 7X including the lungs? I know that both are are 51 mm. I guess the follow up question would be: do you think they will come out with an Epix in a larger size like the F7x? That would be a game changer for me.
That will be the one for me. Great write up once again. HI Ray — did you see my query about the HR sensor and tattoos? Do you have any information from Garmin relating to the new sensor and whether it works better with tattoos please? The FR you have uses an older generation sensor as you know. Has anyone else noticed that HIIT workout profile is missing?
I watched the dc rainmaker beginners guide and tutorial and I noticed it is present on the app list on the 7X when ray scrolls through the apps. Solved my own issue already. Left the watch a few hours and then it showed new firmware 7. This solves the issue. Yup indeed! As a general public service announcement, watches were manufactured starting back in November — so depending on when your watch was made, the level of stink will be high.
Everyone wants to be on 7. However, if you want to force it quickly, the very fastest way is to use Garmin Express on your computer. I also soon will have a Fenix 7 or more likely Epix. Is there any advantage to and easy way to ALSO wear the Fenix during Zwift workouts to record metrics that are not captured by the heart rate band and the Tacx? Can anyone point me to where this is explained? Some more details here: link to dcrainmaker. Excellent review. With the new multi-band GNSS are you planning to do some further detailed tests on instant pace, for example fenix 6 vs fenix 7?
And this was horrible on the Fenix 6. Running at a constant pace, the pace was suddendly dropping s per km…. But which one..? I am absolutely stuck! I know Ray did a video where he ran through the differences between all of them. Thanks for another great assessment and review. Dude, do you have any intel or info on availability? Fenix 7X Sapphire in the US shipping slipped to weeks.
Backcountry out of stock. I would caution slightly though that Garmin. The reason is that Garmin always prioritizes their retailers first, over Garmin. However, Chinese New Year is around the corner, and that would impact shipments from Taiwan where Garmin makes these units. A literal snapshot. Can anyone speak to whether the issue of the Fenix disconnecting from the iPhone has been fixed? Thanks for any insight! In general, the Bluetooth connectivity stack between watches of all vendors and the phone has improved dramatically in the last few years, as that use case has become the norm.
Jeff, My experience with the Fenix 3hr is that behavior is a clear indicator that you are having battery issues. I suspect that you have had that 3hr for at least 4 years if not 5 or 6. I speak from experience I have had the original battery die, replaced it with an aftermarket battery, which is now dying. I suggest having Garmin change the battery if you intend to keep it along time.
My two cents. Hey guys, thanks for the replies. Weirdly it seems like it has gone on for years now, and my wife had a similar issue with her Garmin. Anyone owning the 7x noticing any build quality issues? I went from 5 Sapphire to 6x Sapphire to 7x Sapphire Solar and this latest does not feel as rugged as previous versions.
A bit disappointed since I was expecting same solid button performance. Did Garmin save costs on case and buttons to create touch screen? The comment section seems buggy. It shows either the first comments or the last comments starting from comment But it seems there is no way to see comments in the range. Are you on mobile or desktop?
On desktop — running Chrome browser on the latest version MacOS. Nor in Safari. Nor in Brave. I am seeing comments just now. Something is going on. On my old MacPro running macOS On my MacBook Pro Looks like a Heisenbug. I see and up to at the moment on page load.
I dont suppose there is any support for Sand Running now? At least two of my workouts in a week are now Sand Based, either intervals,steady or running up sand dunes. I assume this will effect all the projections. Hi Ray, Based on your own experience, which satellite combination is more precise?
Did you find similar results? Hello Ray, hope you well. Thank you so much for the review and your content on youtube. Felt really secure on my purchase thanks to what you share with us. I have had 2 runs with the watch, and for both I had the stamina data pages enabled including the time and distance remaining. During the runs it worked great, could see the real time stamina just fine.
Exactly, no graph at all thanks so much for replying by the way There is at least one other person that has this issue on the Garmin forums and another one on reddit. Thought it was weird but he disconnected before I could ask again. Very strange because the stamina graph is there on my iPhone for my Epix2. See the picture. Right in the middle. No numbers or graph. Yes I would say a minority is not seeing the graph on the app two others on the Garmin forums and I think two more on reddit.
And I think the issue on the web might be affecting even more people. Very strange indeed. Super write-up as usual. How much of the 16gb memory is free before you download ay Topoactive maps? Hi Ray, thanks for the great review. One question: did you also test the accuracy of the optical HR sensor for swimming?
A couple of questions: Do you know whether Garmin plans to split up the largest maps like Europe and North America? I think it would make a lot of sense to just do what everyone else does: Allow per-country downloads, divided up first into regions. Yes you can split Europe into three segments: West, Central and East. Thanks DCR for a nice review. Can you comment on the differences between power glass and sapphire glass? Multi-band GNSS. I saw a review on another site where the guy compared the gps tracks from a 6x to the 7x Sapphire with multi-band GNSS and the 7x Sapphire was a lot more accurate.
Can be read here: link to tinyurl. For me the GPS accuracy is quite important. Im coming from a 3HR so either way there will be quite a bit of improvement. Thanks for your help. I already scratched a suunto 5 mineral glass at the fist bike fall on rocks I already scratched a suunto 5 mineral glass at the fist bike fall. Great review as always. Also, you asked why it would be useful.
For me when I run, I do run walk intervals. The only way for me to separate my pace for my run and walk sections is to press the lap button every time I get the signal. How many data fields per page in the Fenix 7S and Fenix 7? Are they 8 like the Fenix 7X and Epix or less? On my Fenix 7X battery saver mode is up to 89 days, maximum all settings disabled and not 90 days.
Sleep mode cannot be disabled even with disabled DND in sleep mode and system settings, and even with manual deactivation, the sleep mode is activated again automatically. Is this a bug? Hi One of my friends are reporting that his GPS accuracy goes down when using the flash light blinking mode on his Fenix 7X.
Is this something you could test and see if it is the same on your unit? Otherwise his unit might be faulty if you do not experience the same issue. Nice to know that Fenix 7 series support Beidou positioning system. But it seems no clear wording shown on Garmin websites. Can you show some evidence to support the advancement? Thank you for details. Does anyone have any experience with the non-sapphire?
Does it hold up as well as the sapphire? Is the screen as easy to read as a sapphire? Another fantastic review! Did you test the base Fenix 7 or Fenix 7s models? Not sure how durable the base models are. Thanks in advance! The HR chipset is identical. And we know Garmin has significant pressure on GPS chipset makers to improve performance we saw that with Sony, getting dramatically better once Garmin jumped onboard. Thanks for your reply. Good to know that the multi-band will likely improve over time.
Based on that and the advantages of sapphire glass and titanium, 7 Sapphire Solar it is! Thanks for the great review Ray! I can see other new ones like tennis or padle but not these. Am I missing something?
It is less contrast, more reflective, and less readable, likely due to the touch layer below the glass. No stores around me with stock of the 7X so I cannot check with my own eyes. I will stick with the Epix I bought which has such an easily viewable and readable screen, just not as much battery.
For those of use with more prosaic concerns, it is disappointing that the move alert is no longer followed by a red move bar of gradually increasing length. It says it is in the manual, and I contacted support who said that they will create a ticket. I also preferred having a bar to keep track of steps, rather than a number: a little more discreet and stylish imo.
Does it need a lot calibration? I understand that there might be challenges when the device is wrist mounted, but surely they can add a setting that indicates the device is fitted to the handlebar and only then enable the metric? I got the the new fenix 7x ss. Their best option was either I pay them a lot more money for a replacement watch and they ship it when they get it, or I go a month without a watch.
Neither of those sounded very good to me, because I have a race in a couple months and this is my key training window. Anyone else had this issue? Or any good replacement watch solutions? What specifically was the issue with the measurements?
Pulse ox is a little better — it has recorded 20 values. But of those 20 that registered values, 5 of them were low enough to suggest that I need to immediately be hospitalized. My F7 worked fine for a week. Then suddenly the battery started draining very fast. Had it fully loaded yesterday afternoon to 18 days. This morning after 5 hours of normal tracking — no activities, and 1 night on battery saving mode no customisation it had left 13 days. I have just started experiencing the same.
I have most stuff enabled but it should not be possible to drain that fast. I did not exercise in that time period. No updates to fw either. Did you fix it? Have you noticed how the F7x stops recording a GPS track if you open up a 3rd party widet in fullscreen? Stopped the activity and started a new one. Restarted the watch, and it started recording. Then after, I noticed something wrong with the distances.
I had the pool length set to 25 yards double checked and confirmed. When the watch recorded the activity to the connect portal, it had changed the distance, instead recording 91 yards to each yard distance. I would guess this is a translation issue in the software.
The label reads yards in the connect app, for the pool swim activity, but it appears to be translating to meters. On my 6X the Walk Activity and others will stop recording the track if I move very slowly. All the settings are setup to try to not let this happen. There is an active thread on this in the Garmin forums right now. Well documented and repeatable. Cadence must be below 60, ie 1 step a second and speed very low too. Happens to me every time I am walking up a very steep mountain-side so I am moving forward very slowly and have to pause sometimes to negotiate rocky steps.
Here is a screen-cap of walking in the Highlands of Scotland yesterday. The straight line is where the 6X stopped recording to the. GPX file when going up a steep boggy slope up to a ridge line and our summit for the day.
I could see the GPS knew where were every step of the way as I was using the map screen to stay on the path as it was a bit vague on the ground and easy to loose. We came back down the same way and the wiggly track on top of the straight line is the descent.
Every second should just mean every second, not when it feels like!! My whole route is public on Garmin Connect: link to connect. I am still waiting for my all black Fenix 7X. Got my 7X SS today. Love it. Since i came to a decision now it is time to find some reasons to regret this decision :. The Solar rim bit is outside the actual screen measurement as stated by Garmin. They made the metal rim thing a bit narrower.
This might be a stupid question. I am a shift worker and am interested in my sleeping data. Coming from the Fenix 6 this has worked just fine. What is it good for? Is this a general issue or does your units also feel like this? See Exact same comment. How long can you run the flashlight?
I realize it will vary. Thanks for all the great info! But I have software version 7. Which is a pitty. Can you confirm this please? In that case, I simply created another data page, and then added more fields to it — including stamina. I have an Epix and a 7X and like to rotate them for exercise and daily wear.
When I switch I make sure to make the one i am wearing — The Preferred activity tracker. It can be messy. Thanks Ray. Yes, Physio Tur-Up is enabled. This is a real bummer. All the information is in Garmin Connect so I wish they would allow it to sync over. Hi Ray, my question is how many copied profiles sports can you create on Fenix 7?
On Fenix 6 there is a limit of 3 copied profiles because after the recent addition of many original profiles like emtb, ebike, etc. On Fenix 7 there are other 2 new profiles Kiteboard and Windsurf so if all the fenix 6 profiles are present I think you can add only 1 copied profile and that is not a good thing for me since I create and use many run profiles for different kind of workout.
Mine is 5. I have a question: has Garmin fixed whatever made the altimeter and barometer not work properly after logging a decent number of swim workouts? I have had this issue in my and seen others comment the same on the fenix. At this price mark, I would expect all sensors to work smoothly independently of what the use of the watch is….
Price difference is not an issue because I intend to keep the watch for a long time. I have a stryd for running so multiband gps would be on only on small hike and for geeking because of battery usage. So this all comes down to the screen and which one would last more. I saw a lot of images on reddit and garmin forum where people were complaining about the glare on the sapphire screen.
Or was it solved every time by twisting your arm a little bit? Also, did you put the watch on the handlebar of your bike, like a regular bike computer? Is the sapphire version still easily readable? And the non sapphire? I own a Fenix 7 sapphire solar.
Before this, I owned a Fenix 6 pro sapphire. I also mount my watch on the handlebar of my mountainbike. I have never had an issue with the glare of the screen to be honest. I chose the sapphire model because of multi-band and the extra durability the sapphire screen provides.
I did not compare the F7 with non-sapphire, but I did compare F6 with a F6 non-sapphire. Their reflections were less visible, which appears to improve contrast. Especially on a black watch face. With the white background during activities, this was never an issue to me.
The dimness, as Ray calls it, is also not an issue to me. Appears to be similar to my Fenix 6 pro sapphire. Of course, when comparing with an Epix, this will be more obvious. Does it produce same or similar results for guidance? I wonder whether any criterion validity has been established for scores constructed from several model-based estimations of which each is prone to undisclosed measurement errors, such as Body Battery and Stamina.
What is the actual usable screen size and not the watch size of the 7XSS compared to the 7 and the Epix? I would presume that the extra solar bezel makes the screen size smaller that it would be without solar. Is the 7XSS usable display still bigger, and therefore easier to read compared to the 7? You misunderstand how Garmin created the space to add the solar ring. They did not make the 7X display smaller. It is 1. They made room for the larger solar ring by shrinking the bezel under the glass and the external bezel around the display.
The epix has the same 1. The larger solar strip comes at the expense of the bezel area, not the display area. The display remains identical. I have been using a fenix 6 Sapphire for about 2 years and had 2 units both with problems measuring elevation. Garmin replaced the first one unit after my reporting of this issue, but the second unit they sent me had the same issue.
Not sure if it is something I am doing or it is specific to the watches I have bought! Either way it is annoying that I cannot get the watch to record correct elevation. Just checking if the DCR community has experienced this elevation error and any ideas on how to correct it.
It may not be an error. Given nobody else is reporting this type of deviation for the elevation I was hoping that my watch settings were incorrect.
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Normally, it's impossible to obtain Stars in one game. If cheats are used to set your Star count to that amount, you'll get a normally unused message telling you that you can't have any more Stars. Start a new Party Mode game and select E. Gadd's Garage as the board. Once the game starts, a test map should appear. An odd assortment of objects are included in this test map: three brown cars, a wall of water, some kind of plant, and three floating platforms.
The terrain is mostly flat with a single hole and hill at the poles. Some Story Mode dialogue pops up at the beginning. It doesn't disappear. Use the following Gecko code to place an item into the first slot of Player 1's orbs.
XX is the Orb ID. A Button : Zoom camera out. B Button : Zoom camera in. Y Button : Toggles a Mushroom graphic at the center of the screen. A Button : Set first player's position. B Button : Set second player's position. X Button : Set third player's position.
Y Button : Set fourth player's position. This would be a counterpart to the Boo-Away and Snack Orbs. For whatever reason, it's not used. There are no unique orb graphics for it and there doesn't seem to be any surviving activation text.
Enter one of the below Gecko codes, then choose Faire Square as the board. The controls at the top of the cube are actually incorrect. Enter one of the below Gecko codes, then choose Snowflake Lake as the board. You'll be taken to a very unfinished minigame where you place a red ball at the top of the playing field and move the platforms below to get it to the bottom. Parameters for the playing field can be chosen when the game starts up.
The only way to exit the minigame is to reset the console. Sequencedll, an unused debug minigame from Mario Party 5 , returns pretty much just the same as it was in the predecessor. The audio glitch from Mario Party 5's Sequencedll minigame seems to have been fixed, as the victory and losing audio play properly now. A download is included because the file is unused but included in the rare Japanese version.
Enter one of the below Gecko codes and you will see the screen surrounded by red borders which specify the region of the screen that is safe for UI elements to use. The borders specify that anywhere within 16 pixels from the horizontal edges or within 40 pixels of the vertical edges is not safe to use.
The memory usage meter returns once again, unchanged from Mario Party 5. Use one of the below Gecko codes to enable the memory usage meter. Pop Star has a green-and-white-striped floor surrounding the main platform which is mostly obscured in-game. Only a small section of green is visible at the bottom of the screen. Lab Brats has an arrow texture in the small room where E. Gadd talks to you that can't be seen in-game, as it's completely obscured by E.
Gadd's head. Meanwhile, the Japanese version doesn't have this screen at all. They also reformat the copyright text to fit on one line instead of two, as well as updating it to reflect these versions having been released in This was likely done because the minigame would have likely been too short with all gameplay in the PAL version being unoptimized for the slower speed, except for the timer. In the Japanese version, Brighton and Twila have voices , and the mini-game announcer is the female one from the previous two Mario Party games.
Take a look! From The Cutting Room Floor. This game has a prototype article. The Mario series. Categories : Pages missing developer references Games developed by Hudson Soft Games developed by CAProduction Pages missing publisher references Games published by Nintendo GameCube games Pages missing date references Games released in Games with unused areas Games with hidden development-related text Games with unused game types Games with unused graphics Games with unused items Games with unused text Games with debugging functions Games with regional differences To do Mario series.
Alternately, if you have yet to be charmed by previous Mario Party games, this one isn't likely to change your opinion of the series. She compared by saying, "All in all, if Mario Party 6 was a real party, it'd be one of those parties where there's nothing to drink but warm Heineken and no one to talk to but people who are having trouble with their boiler and students who've just spent three months in Thailand and want to tell you all about how they got dysentery in Chiang Mai, while a Savage Garden fan hangs round the stereo all night glaring at anyone who tries to suggest an alternative.
Mario Party 6 , from November 18, to January 30, , sold , copies in America and , in Japan, ranking 10th in that time period. The Solo Mode originally used simple colored spaces, as opposed to the 4-Player, 1-Vs-3, and 2-Vs-2 spaces seen in the final game. There are no unique orb graphics and no activation text for this item.
Various orbs are used for events, possibly for debugging purposes, but are taken out of the game. From the Super Mario Wiki, the Mario encyclopedia. Optical disc. Nintendo GameCube Controller. Nintendo GameCube Microphone. Koopa Kid. Toadette new. Retrieved August 22, Review of Mario Party 6. February 11, Retrieved October 23, Meta category: Pages with audio files. In other languages Italiano Deutsch. Mario Party 6 North American box art For alternate box art, see the game's gallery.
November 18, December 6, March 18, September 15, ESRB :. PEGI :. CERO :. ACB :. GameCube: Optical disc. Land on all three Duel Spaces and win a mini-game against each colored Koopa Kid. Win a board game without playing a mini-game. Can be obtained only on Astro Avenue by landing on the two? Spaces and the Rare Mini-game Space, which requires rolling Use the Mic every time when rolling the Dice Block. The numbers spoken do not need to match.
Finish a board game without passing an Orb Space. Obtained in the same way as the "No mini-game played! Use more than five Cursed Mushroom Orbs. Use more than five Sluggish 'Shroom Orbs. Win a board game in which at least two thirds of the total number of spaces landed on were 4-Player Spaces. Win a board game in which at least two thirds of the total number of spaces landed on were 1-Vs-3 Spaces.
Win a board game in which at least two thirds of the total number of spaces landed on were 2-Vs-2 Spaces. Win a board game in which at least two thirds of the total number of spaces landed on were Duel Spaces. Win a board game in which at least two thirds of the total number of spaces landed on were?
Win a board game in which at least one half of the total number of spaces landed on were Bowser Spaces. Land on all Mini-game 4-Player, 1-vs. All mini-games from Mini-game and Bowser Spaces must be won as well. The Free-Play mode of this game, players hop on the Mini-game Tour Bus while being driven by Twila and can play any mini-game they have unlocked.
Players need to unlock at least one mini-game to play this mode. Players play a random assortment of a mini-game set to cross a bridge. The players can play with 4 player, 1-Vs-3, or 2-Vs-2 mini-games. Players can set a three, five, or seven mini-game match. Every time a player wins a mini-game, the player crosses the bridge; whichever player or team crosses the other side of the bridge wins the game.
If the minigame ends in a draw or two or more people win, no one moves. To play Battle Bridge, players need to collect at least one 4 Player, one 1-Vs-3, and one 2-Vs-2 mini-game, excluding Mic and Bonus mini-games. The players' goal in this game is to win mini-games to complete rows of spaces on their corresponding Bingo board.
Before playing, players need to set the number of rows required to win the game. Every time a mini-game is won, players can claim a space on the board, which uncovers the other players' spaces on their Bingo boards. Players can occasionally earn lucky turns, which give them the ability to uncover two numbers. If a minigame ends in a tie, Twila decides the winner with a spinner.
Players need to unlock at least one 4 Player mini-game to play this game. Four players play Duel mini-games in a tournament-style grid to climb and ascend onto a mountain. If players lose, they have to compete for the loser's round of being third instead of fourth. If a minigame ends in a tie, then another minigame is played until there is a winner.
Players need to unlock at least one Duel mini-game to play this game. Players play 10, set number of mini-games to compete with overall points. Whoever has the most points at the end wins the game. Decathlon Park high scores are recorded in the Option Mode. A solo game where players play a set of consecutive mini-games in a row for a high score; losing one mini-game ends the game.
Players need to unlock it first in the Star Bank, and also have unlocked at least one 4 Player, one 1-Vs-3, and one Duel mini-game, excluding Mic and Bonus mini-games. Appears at night in Castaway Bay. Circuit Maximus Appears as a Zap Orb. Shoot Yer Mouth Off. Garden Grab Appears as a Flutter Orb. Appears when "Fly Guy" is said in the main menu. Appears in Decathlon Park. Appears as a board element in Snowflake Lake. Blooper Scooper. Trap Ease Artist. Appears as a Kamek Orb.
Pokey Punch-out Appears in the background of Thirsty Gulch. What Goes Up Appears as a Mr. Blizzard Orb. Odd Card Out Mole-it! Daft Rafts Appears as a Podoboo Orb. Pokey Punch-out. Lab Brats Appears as a stage element in E. Gadd's Garage. Appears as a Toady Orb. Appears as a Tweester Orb. Appears as a board element in Towering Treetop.
Appears in the background of Snowflake Lake. Players must move across this large board and try to arrive at a randomly placed star first. Once the star has been bought for 20 coins, the star moves to another location. Day and night changes the paths along the board, making them longer or shorter.
Players must move across this board and try to get to a randomly placed star first. There are many gadgets and machines to experiment with in this board. Paths change depending on the time of the day. Players have to move around this board to reach the Star Space.
There is only one Star Space that never changes location, but players can buy up to five stars at a time if they have enough coins. The price of a star is always 20 coins during the day, but the price at night can be 5, 10, 30, or 40 coins, determined by the dice block Twila rolls. All players start with five stars, and then they must pay Chain Chomps coins to ride them and steal stars from other players in the process. When a player reaches a Chain Chomp's house, the player can pay it 20 coins for one dice block during the day and 10 for one dice block, 20 for two, and 30 for three at night to ride it.
Players must travel across the board to reach the end of the board. At the end of the board is either Donkey Kong or Bowser. If a player reaches the end of the board while Donkey Kong is present, then that player is given the opportunity to buy a star for 20 coins. Donkey Kong then switches positions with Bowser, and if a player reaches the end of the board while Bowser is present, then the player gets a star taken away by Bowser.
If the player does not have a star, the player loses 20 coins. This board can be bought for Stars at the Star Bank. Players have to chase Donkey Kong around the board during the day to buy a star. After all four players have moved, DK rolls a Dice Block two if he eats a banana and moves that many spaces. If a player catches up to or if DK catches up to a player, then the player can buy a star for 20 coins. At night, DK is replaced by Bowser.
The movement on the board is reversed at night, and players need to move away from Bowser. If Bowser catches up to or if a player runs into Bowser, then the player loses a star. If the player does not have a star, Bowser steals 20 coins. Like in all Solo Mode boards, the player has to stop at the Rare space on the end of the board in order to avoid falling into an abyss.
Spaces in this board causes the player to fall into lower sections of the board, making it longer for the player to advance. This board has a desert theme, and it is the shortest of all Solo Mode boards. Like in all Solo Mode boards, the player has to land on the Rare Space at the end of the board in order to avoid riding on the spaceship.
Spaces in this board causes the player to advance closer to the Rare Minigame Space. This board has a space theme, and it is longer than Thirsty Gulch, and shorter than Infernal Tower. Like in all Solo Mode boards, the player has to stop at the Rare Minigame space end of the board in order to avoid getting trapped in Bowser's cage. This board has a Bowser theme, and it is the longest of all Solo Mode boards. When players land on this space, they receive three coins. On the last five turn event, the coins players receive get multiplied by three if the losing player stops the roulette wheel on this event.
When players land on this space, they lose three coins. On the last five turns event, the coins players lose get multiplied by three if the losing player stops the roulette wheel on this event. When a player lands on this space, an event happens. The event varies by location and board.
The event may help or hinder the player or everyone. When a player lands on this space, they choose who to duel with. After the opponent has been chosen, the player who lands on this space gets to choose what to put at stake: stars, coins, or a star and 40 coins. Donkey Kong Space. When a player lands on this space, Donkey Kong appears and causes events such as a mini-game where everyone can collect bananas for coins.
The events may help the player or everyone. DK spaces change to Bowser spaces during the night. When a player lands on this space, Bowser appears and causes a series of events, such as forcing everyone to play a Bowser mini-game that can usually hinder the player who landed on this space or everyone.
Bowser spaces change to DK spaces during the day. When a player lands on this space, a fortune event happens. Results may vary from giving coins to another player to swapping stars. This space is created by players throwing Yellow and Red Orbs into the board. The effect of the space is dependent on the Orb used. Yellow Orbs require players to stop while Red Orbs require players to pass.
If the owner lands on this space, 5 coins are earned. Other players can overlap opponent Character Spaces with their own Orbs. The Character Space is represented by a profile of the character who owns the space or a team mark.
The player receives a random orb upon passing this space assuming the player is not on the final turn. This space does not count towards the Dice Block roll. The player has the option of buying a star if the player passes this space. Conditions of obtaining stars differ per board. Appearing only in Castaway Bay and Clockwork Castle , this space, if passed, gives players a Shadow Star , thus deducting Stars or Coins if the player does not have any Stars from the player's amount.
Players earn a Rare mini-game by stopping on this space, and it ends the game. It is the last space of any board. Bowser challenges players to a mini-game. If the players lose, Bowser may steal coins and mini-games earned. A Koopa Kid challenges players to a duel mini-game. The color of the space determines the color of the Koopa Kid players will be facing against.
When players land on this space, an event happens. The event may help or hinder players. Flutter Orb 1. Snack Orb 3. Can't be used or placed. Boo-Away Orb 4.
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