It already had best-in-class navigation plus greatly expanded its advanced running metrics, triathlon capabilities and connectivity...
Bozeman, MT (PRWEB) March 14, 2014
fenix 2 is the new GPS watch for outdoor adventure and it leads that category among all brands according to the Heart Rate Watch Company.
“fenix 2 added some advanced running features from Garmin 620, on screen text message receipt, improved skiing features, added swimming features and more,” says Rusty Squire, President of the Heart Rate Watch Company. He adds, “It already had best-in-class navigation plus greatly expanded its advanced running metrics, triathlon capabilities and connectivity.”
Goes The Distance
Garmin fenix 2 offers adjustable recording intervals so it can last all day long for big outdoor adventures. “It has sunrise/sunset, moon-rise/moon-set and hunting/fishing calendars so it has so many aspects of outdoor adventure wired,” says Squire.
“Judging by the very brisk advance sales this is now the watch to own for the outdoor sports and adventure crowd, so there is no need for multiple devices,” says Squire.
“Now is the time to order because the first units arrived and more will be arriving next week, so if you are trying to get one now is the prime time to buy,” says Squire. He adds, “The price is $399.99 for the non-heart rate version and $449.99 for the performer bundle with the HRM Run strap.”
“We strongly urge customers to buy the Garmin fenix 2 performer bundle because it adds so many advanced features with the HRM Run strap that it is well worth the extra $50,” says Squire.
Mountaineering, Cycling and More All in One Watch
“There really is not an outdoor activity that the Garmin fenix 2 cannot handle well, kayaking, stand up paddle boards, skiing – you name it and it gathers the data plus navigates,” says Squire.
Call The Experts
“If you have questions or would like help deciding if the fenix 2 is right for you than simply call us at 866-586-7129,” says Squire. He adds, “It’s always better talking with people that test and use the products they sell.”