Top 5 BEST GPS Watches early 2017

all right it’s time to talk gps watches again today we’re going to go over the top five best on the market right now in mid-2016 of course there are a lot of really great devices out there are a lot of them did not make this list but I’m going to have a larger list on r is knows . com go check that out if you want to and if you want to check updated pricing on any of these watches or buy them of a bunch of links in the description down below you can go to amazon or to my really good friends over at clever training, and if you go through them that helps me out a lot that’s what allows me to continue to post these article anyways let’s talk top five best gps watches.

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Garmin fenix 3 HR Review:

Garmin fenix 3 HR Review

Garmin fenix 3 HR Review

all right let’s just start off with the best high-end gps watch this is the Garmin fenix 3 HR which is the watch that i personally use every day and I just think it’s the absolute real deal it’s stylish yet very durable it’s customization versatile you can really just do it all it’s a GPS multi-sport watch outdoor watch activity and sleep tracker heart rate monitor and smart launched its water rated down to a hundred meters it has gps and which is the Russian form of GPS also has ultra-track mode to save battery life it works with all of the latest accessories from Garmin it supports dozens of sports including triathlons golf water sports running cycling swimming all of that stuff and it has surprisingly solid battery life i did a whole review on this and everything else pretty much on this list so if you want to check out any of that have links in the description below that like button the bottom line here is if you’re insanely active and you’re looking for the outright best gps watch you have to go with the Phoenix three HR if you’re just looking for a really good triathlon watching don’t care about the additional features of the Phoenix three you can definitely go with the 735 at which is awesome too next up.

Garmin vivo active HR Review:

Garmin vivo active HR Review

Garmin vivo active HR Review

we have the best mid-range gps watch and that is for sure the Garmin vivo active HR or as I’ve been calling it the Phoenix three HR yr. it’s two hundred fifty dollars which is a great price for this watch considering all that it can do it’s your gps watch activity and sleep tracker heart rate monitor and smart watches supports running cycling pool swimming golf snow and water sports and way more it also has water rated down to 50 meters and has pretty acceptable battery life for its form factor in size and then it has a beautiful full color touchscreen display honestly for most people out there i think it has to be the vivo active HR or maybe the forerunner to 35 but i do think the vivo active HR takes the biscuit in terms of bang for your buck.

Polar M400 Review:

Polar M400 Review

Polar M400 Review

all right now we have the best budget gps watch and that has to be the polar and 400 which is a device i just cannot shake its held the spot for quite a while it’s been out for a long time but that just means that it’s tried and true as far as pricing goes it kind of bounces around a bit but I’ll do my best to find a really good deal and have it linked right here on the screen for you guys the n400 is your activity and sleep tracker it’s also a gps watch and a semi smart launcher relays some of your phone notifications even more polar continues to update it software with the latest and greatest so now in addition to your running statue will also get your running cadence which is awesome but of course you can add all sorts of other activities to the walk so cycling cross fit cardio swimming all of that stuff you don’t get quite all the stats you would with a more expensive launch but this is really good for the active person that’s a little bit more price sensitive .

Fitbit Blaze Review:

Fitbit Blaze Review

Fitbit Blaze Review

now we have what i call the people’s choice and that without a doubt has to be the Fit-bit blaze it’s the device that I get the single most emails about and it just had to be on this list even though technically it does not have gps it does piggyback off the GPS from your smartphone so if you pair it with iPhone for example when you go running or cycling it will relay your GPS information that actually your phone is gathering and I think a lot of people out there are bringing their phone with them when they go running or cycling or whatever so it ends up making sense to just use your phone’s GPS so in addition to that it also supports a crazy number of activities and it has a native workout apps built right in and it’s a killer Smart Watch also in true fashion it is a really good activity and sleep tracker and has a built-in heart rate sensor basically anything related to all day fitness tracking you’ll see that on the Fit bit blaze the other thing that I really appreciate about the place is that it’s pretty versatile it can look like as for watch sometimes and then a class you watch other times you can take it the gym or to the office or wherever I think that’s pretty neat.

TomTom Spark Cardio Review

TomTom Spark Cardio Review

TomTom Spark Cardio Review

there’s just a lot the blaze has offered it had to be on this list last up here we have the editor’s choice for me this has to be the tom tom spark cardio plus music this watch for whatever reason doesn’t get a lot of attention but i like it for the simple fact that it gets most of the sport tracking stuff right and adds a twist that pretty much no one else out there has and that is a native storage for your music so if you go on a run for example you can just bring the launch and ascent of Bluetooth headphones all of your music is streaming straight from the watch has I believe four gigabytes of internal storage it’s a pretty neat experience beyond that though it’s an activity and sleep tracker but i will say that Tom Tom needs a little bit of work on that stuff in the mobile application it does have a built-in heart rate sensor and pears with an external heart rate sensor I just really like this watch because it’s different in terms of sports tracking it’s pretty awesome.

 

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