Best Garmin Watch to use in 2023


Garmin is known worldwide for their designing, manufacturing, developing, and marking of Smartwatches for fitness and sport, and GPS for automobiles, Marines, and Outdoor activities.


There are so many different smart Garmin watches that you can wear in 2023, Garmin is among the few companies that do not fail their users when it comes to wearables. Here are some of the Garmin watches you should wear in 2023.

Garmin Forerunner 965

Gramin introduced a new a new AMOLED display in Forerunner 965 which is substantially more eligible and brighter. Garmin did not offer a solar charging variant in Forerunner 965 because of the availability of AMOLED. Garmin added metrics on heat, training load focus, and altitude acclimation. The watch is no basic step counter for those who set to embark on a fitness journey.

Garmin Forerunner 965


Just like other Garmin watches, the Forerunner 965 features a touch screen alongside a five-button navigation system. Accidentally launching different functions can be prevented by disabling the touch features.

Garmin Venu 3

Garmin Venu 3 succeeded the Garmin Venu 2 series, The device is among the best sports watches in the world combining an excellent range of smartwatch tools for everyday life and serious fitness features. Garmin Venu 3 is suitable for both general wear and workouts which is balanced to strike. It has a bright resolution display which puts a wealth of information about your training and overall well-being right on your wrist and allows you to see a huge amount of data at once.

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Garmin Venu 3 allows you to create a routine in the Garmin Connect app and download it for the watch for easy access. The device has an inbuilt GPS, Bluetooth, and NFC. Even if you are not a runner, you can use it for a long walk with your pup. It is highly accurate which is also a benefit for anyone willing to track their workouts. It has a built-in personal coach which is free when you buy the watch, which also makes it suitable for aspiring marathoners.


Garmin venu 3

Garmin Venu 3 is made with fitness features that will help you understand more about what is going on inside your body and advanced health monitoring features. Just like many other wearables Garmin Venu 2 puts a heavy emphasis on wellness, with all day running battery score reminding you to take good care of your mental health and a heavy emphasis on wellness. You can also log water intake on your Garmin Venu 2 to see your daily steps, monitor your sleep pattern, Calories burned, and, Stairs climbed.

Garmin Fenix 7

Fenix 7 comes in different models depending on your price point and the size of your wrist, Fenix 7s which is 42mm is designed for smaller wrists, Fenix 7 which is a little bigger than the Fenix 7s is 47mm, and the Fenix 7x which is the big one is 51mm. They all have the same features, the only difference is the size of their bands.

The watch is no basic step counter for those who are set to embark on a fitness journey. Bread crumb mapping which allows you to backtrack, routine planning, and full-screen navigation. Availability of health metrics to keep you updated throughout the day and predictions about your fatigue and fitness. You can download/play music from streaming platforms like Spotify, and Amazon Music.

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Garmin Fenix 7

You can also connect it with Bluetooth. It has a transflective face and a backlight which makes it easy to read night or day. The device does not have a touch screen just like other Garmin wearables, It has a standard for easy operation during a run.

Garmin Vivoactive 4 

Vivoactive 4 features a color touch screen with a long-lasting corning Gorilla glass 3 lenses, a fiber polymer case, a polymer rear cover, a stainless steel bezel, and a silicon strap. The smartwatch is rated 5 ATM for water resistance (it can withstand pressure equivalent to 164 depth). The device is packed with high-performance monitoring features and health that have been designed into a lightweight design, so you need to worry less about the fitness tracker weighing you down during your races or training. The smartwatch features a barometric altimeter, an accelerometer, a compass, a gyroscope, a heart rate monitor, and a pulse oximeter (which helps in gauging oxygen saturation in the blood). It tracks your calories burned, floor climbed, stress level, sleep, intensity minute, and more.

Garmin vivoactive 4

Vivoactive 4 comes in two types, The Garmin Vivoactive 4 and Garmin Vivoactive 4S. The Vicoactive 4s with the model 40 mm is meanly meant for wrist measuring 4.3 to 6.8 inches in circumference it comes in gold/pink, rose gold/ gray, slate or black/ white, gray. The Vivoactive 4 has model 45 mm and is meant for wrist 5.3 to 7.8 inches, it comes in slate/black or silver/gray. Vivoactive 4 lasts up to 8 days in smartwatch mode, 18 hours in GPS mode without music, or 6 hours in GPS mode. Vivoactive 4s last up to 7 days in smartwatch mode, 15 hours in GPS mode without music, or 5 hours in GPS mode. 

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