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fēnix® 3: Training for a Triathlon

Wanting to train for a triathlon? fēnix® 3 can help with its advanced fitness metrics and running dynamic features. When used with a heart rate monitor, fēnix® 3 crunches data, including your running speed, beats per minute and heart rate variability to estimate the maximum volume of oxygen you can consume per minute. Track changes to your VO2 max to see your fitness gains and to compare with your peers. Other fitness metrics include recovery advisor with a recovery timer and recovery check, plus a Race Predictor, which estimates your ideal finish time based on your current VO2 max number. Want more? fēnix® 3 incorporates sophisticated Garmin running watch feedback on your running form by reporting multiple metrics. When used with the HRM-Run monitor, fēnix® 3 reports your cadence, vertical oscillation and ground contact time. These metrics are called running dynamics, and they affect your running economy.

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fēnix® 3: Pairing With Your Smartphone

Learn how to stay connected with smart notifications on your fēnix® 3 multisport GPS watch. Once you pair with your Bluetooth-compatible smartphone – and download Garmin Connect Mobile – you can receive emails, texts, and alerts right on your watch, even if you’re on the trail.

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Montana 610/680: Downloading and Updating Data

It’s easy to access data files and system upgrades for your Montana 6-series handheld GPS. You’ll see how to install a microSD memory card for additional storage or to add preloaded maps. You’ll also learn how to use Garmin BaseCamp on your computer to transfer files to and from your Montana. Plus, you’ll find out how to use the Montana’s wireless technology to share waypoints, geocaches, routes, tracks and more with other compatible devices.

Edge 20/25: Using Garmin Connect and Courses

Go the extra mile with Edge 20/25 by capturing essential stats from your ride, including time, distance, speed, total ascent and location, and analyzing them in our free online community. Learn how to get started with Garmin Connect, including pairing your device, setting up your account and loading your rides. While in Connect, check out the courses section and find new places to ride. To begin, add the courses widget to your dashboard and then create or explore courses before uploading them to your device. Then, learn how to find them on your device so you can get on with your ride quickly!

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Montana 610/680: Setting Up The Device

Follow these steps to set up your Garmin Montana 6-series handheld GPS, so you can get more out of your adventures. You’ll see how easy it is to charge the battery, power up the device, and use the touchscreen to access menu items, applications and user features. Learn how to calibrate the compass and select from the list of activity profiles – or even create your own custom profiles – to enjoy your Montana to the fullest.

Edge 25: Pairing With Your Smartphone

Learn how to stay connected with smart notifications on your Edge 25. Once you pair with your Bluetooth-compatible smartphone – and download Garmin Connect Mobile – you can receive emails, texts and alerts right on your device. The best part? Once paired, Edge lets you keep friends and family in the loop with your rides. LiveTrack lets you invite followers using email or social media, so they can view your live data on Garmin Connect. How’s that for smart?

fēnix® 3: Starting an Activity

With multisport feature sets for fitness training plus outdoor navigation, fēnix® 3 multisport GPS watch is ready for any activity and competition.

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Montana 610/680: Recording Track Logs

See how to use your Montana 6-series handheld navigator to record and view track logs. A track is a recording of your GPS path, which you can save for future reference or share with friends. Plus, you’ll learn how to use the TracBack feature to retrace your steps back to your basecamp, trailhead or vehicle.

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