Fenix 5 Plus

The Fenix 6 was released earlier this year, and a new model usually means that some people are upgrading to that new model, and selling their old one. In this article, some experience with the Fenix 5 Plus, and some purchase advice.

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Forerunner 935

This My Day screen is the only picture I took of my Forerunner 935, to capture the stairs- and stepcount consisting of all 1’s at that moment. If I had planned a review of this device there would have been a whole gallery.

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Scosche Rhythm on-switch protector

This popular optical armband-heartrate monitor is very good in all respects, it is just a bit too enthusiastic. The on/off switch is beneath the rubber surface, and it doesn’t take much pressure to activate it. All good when you actually want to switch it on, but not when it is in a gym bag or in a pocket.

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Milestone pod

The Milestone Pod is an affordable foot pod that displays various advanced running dynamics parameters in the Milestone app. There may be much debate about the usefulness -or not- of advanced running dynamics, but let’s just say more data is more fun.

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The Garmin Epix story

Garmin lauched the Fenix 3 and the Epix at the same time. The Epix was the top of the line; everything the Fenix 3 had, but with navigation and maps in color. That was in early 2015. The Fenix 3 received bug fixes and new functionality with every update, while the Epix was almost never updated and still has lots of bugs. What happened?  

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