Garmin fenix 3 Saphir HR: Optischer Herzfrequenzsensor (Bild: Garmin)

Garmin fenix 3 Saphir HR: Garmin eröffnet 2016 mit einer großen Überraschung: Die Multisport-GPS-Smartwatch fenix 3 erhält einen integrierten optischen Herzfrequenzsensor! Bei der Garmin vivoactive hätten wir diese Funktion erwartet, bei der fenix 3 eher nicht …!

NEU: Garmin fenix 3 Saphir HR – Erster Eindruck!

Bei dem optischen HF-Sensor handelt es sich um den bereits beim Foreunner 235 eingesetzten Sensor.

Der oHF-Sensor ermöglicht eine 24/7 Herzfrequenzmessung, laut Garmin macht er einen Pulsgurt nahezu überflüssig. Sportler, die Laufeffizienzwerte und erweiterte physiologische Messwerte brauchen, benötigen aber weiterhin einen HRM-Run Brustgurt. Die Garmin fenix 3 HR eignet sich laut Garmin zudem "hervorragend für sportliche Aktivitäten aller Art".

Neben dem als fenix 3 Saphir HR bezeichneten Modell kommt Garmin mit zwei weiteren, ebenfalls im Hochpreissegment angesiedelten fenix 3 Varianten heraus:

  • fenix 3 HR Saphir: UVP 599,99 Euro
  • fenix 3 Saphir Titanium: UVP 799,99 Euro
  • fenix 3 Saphir mit Lederamband: UVP 599,99 Euro

Bei der Garmin fenix 3 Saphir Titanium bestehen die Lünette und das Armband aus hochwertigem Grad 2 Titan und sollen die fenix 3 zu einem "echten High-End Gadget für alle Lebenslagen" machen. Die Garmin fenix 3 Saphir HR mit Lederamband eignet sich für alle, "die weder sich noch ihre Ausrüstung schonen und dennoch modisch voll auf der Höhe sein wollen". Die Durchzugsarmbänder bestehen aus Naturleder und robustem Nylon, ein Armbandwechsel erfolgt schnell und ohne Werkzeug.

Außerdem wird es die fenix 3 Saphir HR für UVP 649,99 Euro als Performer-Bundle geben. Das Bundle beinhaltet einen HRM-Run Herzfrequenz-Brustgurt, der zum Messen von bestimmten Running Dynamics Parametern (Schrittlänge, Bodenkontaktzeit und Balance der Bodenkontaktzeit, Vertikale Bewegung und vertikales Verhältnis) und des Lactate Thresholds, der Performance Condition und des Stress Scores benötigt wird (siehe: Garmin Sportuhren: VO2max, Stress Core und andere Parameter).

Die neuen Modelle sollen voraussichtlich ab Februar 2016 erhältlich sein!

Garmin fenix 3 Saphir HR – Ihre Meinung: 1 Stern2 Sterne3 Sterne4 Sterne5 Sterne (36 GPS-Fans, ∅ Score: 67,22 %)

Die neuen Garmin fenix 3 Modelle 2016: Garmin fenix 3 Saphir HR, Garmin fenix 3 Saphir mit Lederamband, Garmin fenix 3 Saphir Titanium (Bild: Garmin)

Garmin fenix 3 Saphir HR: Neue Funktionen

Alle neuen fenix 3 Modelle verfügen zudem über viele neue Funktionen, die für alle bisherigen fenix 3 Modelle bereits per Update erhältlich sind (Übersicht siehe: Alle fenix 3 Updates).

Garmin fenix 3 – Was ist neu? – Zusammenfassung
  • Weitere Apps: Indoor/Outdoor Rudern, Standup-Paddeln, Golfen, Wegpunkt-Projektion, Taktische App, Jumpmaster für Fallschirmspringer
  • Fortgeschrittene Running Dynamics: Ground Contact Time Balance, Stride Length, Vertical Ratio
  • Zusätzliche Fitness-Parameter: Lactate Threshold, Performance Condition, Stress Core
  • Viele neue Widgets: Intensity Minutes, My Day, Schritte, ABC, Kalorien, Golfen, letzte/r/s Lauf/Schwimmen/Radfahren/Aktivität (siehe: fenix 3 Widgets)
  • "Nicht Stören" Modus (keine Notifications bzw. Warnungen)
  • GPS Status Info vor dem Starten einer Aktivität
  • Akustische Runden-Hinweise per Smartphone
  • MOB Funktion (Mann über Bord)
  • Neuer Herzfrequenz Gauge Datenscreen
  • Dual Grid Tastenfunktion (zeigt auf einer seite die aktuelle Position in zwei Positionsformaten an)
  • Neuerungen bei der digitalen und analogen Uhrenanzeige
  • Weitere

Alle neuen Funktionen (Software-Update 6.50):

  • Added support for Row App. New features include 500m pace, stroke rate, stroke count, distance per stroke, upgrades to virtual partner, stroke rate alerts, and 'every beat' metronome option. Garmin Connect support coming soon!
  • Added support for Row Indoor App. New features include stroke rate, stroke count, stroke rate alerts, and 'every beat' metronome option. Garmin Connect support coming soon!
  • Added support for Standup Paddleboarding (SUP) App. New features include stroke rate, stroke count, distance per stroke, upgrades to virtual partner, stroke rate alerts, and 'every beat' metronome option. Garmin Connect support coming soon!
  • Added support for Golf App. New features include download of courses through Garmin Connect Mobile, distance to front/middle/back of green, layup distances, measure shot, in-round scorecard, odometer/round timer, and scorecard uploads to Garmin Connect.
  • Added support for Project Waypoint App (Settings > Apps > Project Wpt).
  • Added support for Tactical App (Settings > Apps > Add New).
  • Added support for Jumpmaster App (Settings > Apps > Add New).
  • Added support for the Advanced Running Dynamics metric: Ground Contact Time Balance. This feature measures your running symmetry and appears as a percentage of your total ground contact time. While developing and testing running dynamics, the Garmin team found correlations between injuries and greater imbalances with certain runners. For many runners, ground contact time balance tends to deviate further from 50-50 when running up or down hills. Most running coaches agree that a symmetrical running form is good. Elite runners tend to have quick and balanced strides. You can watch the color gauge or data field during your run or view the summary on your Garmin Connect account after your run. (Requires HRM-Run v. 6.60, HRM-Tri v. 4.20)
  • Added support for the Advanced Running Dynamics metric: Stride Length. This feature measures the length of your stride from one footfall to the next. It is measured in meters. (Requires HRM-Run v. 6.60, HRM-Tri v. 4.20)
  • Added support for the Advanced Running Dynamics metric: Vertical Ratio. This feature provides the cost-benefit ratio of vertical oscillation to stride length, serving as one indicator of a runner’s efficiency. (Requires HRM-Run v. 6.60, HRM-Tri v. 4.20)
  • Added support for the Lactate Threshold feature (Main Menu > My Stats > Lactate Threshold). This estimates the level of effort at which fatigue rapidly increases in terms of a runner’s heart rate and pace. This includes the lactate threshold guided test, which is a structured activity that will output the user’s lactate threshold heart rate (LTHR) and threshold pace (T-Pace). Other features include LTHR autodetect and HR zones based on %LTHR. The guided test and autodetect require a physical HR strap and can only be calculated by running outdoors. A typical LTHR value is 90% of Max HR. Unlike VO2 max, which can be calculated from HR and pace data at a variety of speeds, autodetect and the guided test requires some time during the activity where the user’s HR is around their LTHR.
  • Added support for the Performance Condition feature. This provides a real-time fitness-level measurement relative to a runner’s average baseline, which indicates performance readiness for the day’s workout or race. This feature has two parts: a popup that occurs between 6 and 20 minutes into your outdoor running or cycling activity, and a data field that displays the same information. This feature uses heart rate, heart rate variability, and pace to tell the user how well they are performing. The performance condition popup replaces the Recovery Check feature, but Recovery Time is not affected. Performance condition requires a physical HR strap.
  • Added support for the Stress Score app. This uses heart rate variability to assess the user’s overall physiological stress. This feature requires a physical HR strap. Devices upgrading from software versions 5.10 or earlier should see this listed in the app list if a HRM has been previously paired. Otherwise, this app can be enabled through the main menu by going to Settings > Apps > Stress Score. It is important to carefully read the instructions presented on the watch before beginning the test for best results.
  • Added ABC widget which combines Altimeter, Barometer and Compass data (Settings > Widgets). Note: press START to view altimeter/barometer plots and compass view.
  • Added Steps widget with floors climbed (Settings > Widgets). Note: Steps replaces the previous Wellness widget. Sleep mode is now automatic and can be setup via Garmin Connect and Garmin Connect Mobile.
  • Added My Day widget (Settings > Widgets).
  • Added Golf widget (Settings > Widgets).
  • Added Last Run widget (Settings > Widgets). Note: press START to view history.
  • Added Last Ride widget (Settings > Widgets). Note: press START to view history.
  • Added Last Swim widget (Settings > Widgets). Note: press START to view history.
  • Added Last Sport widget (Settings > Widgets). Note: press START to view history.
  • Added Calories widget (Settings > Widgets).
  • Added Do Not Disturb feature (press & hold LIGHT). Note: Use during sleep if no notifications or alerts are desired.
  • Added support for a new HR gauge data screen (Settings > Apps > Activity > Data Screens > HR Gauge).
  • Added support for audio lap alerts in Garmin Connect Mobile. (GCM > Garmin Devices > Fenix 3 > Audio Alerts > Lap Alerts)
  • Added support for viewing GPS state before starting a workout.
  • Added support for a new 'MOB' (Man Overboard) hot key option. (Settings > System > Hot Keys)
  • Added support for a new 'Dual Grid' hot key option. (Settings > System > Hot Keys)
  • Added new Digital watch face Layout option (showing step goal progress and move bar)
  • Added new Digital watch face Seconds Style (Requires Display software v. 3.00)
  • Added new Hands and Background analog watch face options (Requires Display software v. 3.00).

(mit Material von Garmin)

Garmin fenix 3 Saphir HR und fenix 3 Saphir Titanium was last modified: März 19th, 2016 by Joachim Bardua

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