Garmin inReach Explorer+

The Garmin inReach Explorer+ is an easy-to-use, versatile, and tech-compatible option with advanced functionality to use as an altimeter, route-finder, and weather forecaster. Even though it is expensive as an initial purchase and can be heavier than other choices, the increased functionality and user-friendliness make this a good option for beginner and advanced backcountry-goers alike.

Garmin Edge 1030

The Garmin Edge 1030 is a functional, easy-to-use, and high-tech option that works well for Garmin compatibility, providing clear directions, and lasting during all-day use. Even though this computer is heavy and expensive, it can be a good choice for cyclists who want a clear display, tech-compatible, and user-friendly option.

Garmin VivoSmart 3

The Garmin VivoSmart 3 is an easy-to-use, comfortable, and accurate workout tracker that is a good choice for both gym-goers and outdoor endurance athletes. Despite lacking some screen clarity and high-quality materials, this watch can be for those who want an all-day option for walking to work and going to a fitness class.

Garmin Forerunner 735XT

The Garmin Forerunner 735XT is a waterproof, functional, and lightweight option that is comfortable and long-lasting for all-day use. Despite lacking some high-tech features for elite athletes, this watch is easy to use and highly compatible.

Garmin Forerunner 35

The Garmin Forerunner 35 is a comfortable, easy-to-use, and runner-centric watch that provides the basics necessary for easy runs and all-day fitness tracking. Although this watch lacks extra features and is not the most accurate in terms of data tracking, this watch provides enough performance metrics for the casual 3-times-a-week runner.

Garmin Fenix 5S Sapphire

The Garmin Fenix 5S Sapphire is a versatile, customizable, and fashionable option that can be worn around town or out on the trails. Despite lacking in battery life and being extremely high in price, if you are a runner who is focused on tracking your stats, this could be a good option.

Garmin VivoActive 3

The Garmin VivoActive 3 is a functional, compatible, and easy to use watch that works well with a variety of activities, ranging from running to biking to swimming. Despite not being the best at any one exercise, this watch can provide stylish design and compatibility with apps, phones, and various activities.

Garmin Fenix 5

The Garmin Fenix 5 is a highly-functional, versatile, and high-tech watch that boasts a wide range of features all users will enjoy. Despite being expensive, lacking music storage, and not having the most sensitive heart rate monitor, this Garmin is jam-packed with handy features. This watch can track almost any activity, estimate your VO2 Max, track your sleep, monitor your heart rate, use contactless payments, and show your text messages, making this an extremely functional choice for any level of athlete.

Garmin Edge 820 Bike Computer

The Garmin Edge 820 Bike Computer is a feature-packed device that can help lead you in the right direction if you have planned a route ahead of time. However, if you veer off the route, your Garmin will struggle to help you. Despite this computer having numerous features for those tech-geeks, the lack of reliability, the inconsistencies, the expensive price, and the issues with the touchscreen have made this a bad choice for any level of cyclist.

Garmin Index Smart Scale

The Garmin Index Smart Scale is designed for compatibility with Garmin software in mind. The ability to connect the data from the scale to your Garmin account wirelessly allows for enhanced technological capabilities; however, the multiple reports of the software not being accurate, the WiFi not connecting, and the set-up being unreliable, we wouldn’t recommend this scale for consistent and accurate results.