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Oh, and in case you’re new around here – I send back all these loaner devices when done with them and go out and get my own devices through normal retail channels (in fact, I’ve got a pile of devices to give back to Garmin when I see them at CES this week). – Uses same new quick release bands as Vivoactive 3Phew – got all that?
If you’re familiar with the FR935/Fenix5, then basically it can just be summed up as “Added music and Garmin Pay, took away multisport/openwater modes, and advanced navigation”, roughly.
I briefly cover some of the newerish features down in the next section, and in my full in-depth review I’ll dive into all the common things more deeply. Note that this only applies to the ‘Music’ variant of the FR645 (aka ‘FR645 Music’, or ‘FR645M’), it doesn’t apply to the non-music variant of the FR645, as that lacks the hardware required to have music. Some will ask whether Garmin will add music to XYZ previous watch.
The simple answer is almost all those watches lack two and a half core things: A) Storage for music, and B) The right Bluetooth hardware to handle music, and, to a lesser extent C) Battery planning to handle music, since it is a battery drain.
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Most of you will be interested in the music pieces.
While certainly there’s plenty I could talk about in the watch, the vast majority of the remaining features have been seen on existing Garmin watches.
Speaking of which – the FR645 screen thankfully isn’t touch screen.)Finally, Garmin now makes a wearable that plays music. But of course, I’ve got plenty more details to dive into than just that.After all, the running focused unit doesn’t just have music, but rather all the latest features and functions that Garmin’s been adding lately – such as NFC contactless payments (Garmin Pay), latest Connect IQ app support, and finally in their high end dedicated running watch: A barometric altimeter (only the triathlon variants have had that till now).I personally like a lightweight watch (compared to say, the heavier Fenix series), so my go-to watch is normally a FR935.This feels on my wrist basically the same to that in terms of weight. Also, as noted the bands are the same as the Vivoactive, which means they’re standard quick release style 20mm watch bands.