If you follow me on snapchat, you've probably realized that I've put a lot more effort into staying active in the past 4-5 months. My day usually starts with an hour of cardio in the morning and an hour of pilates in the afternoon. I find that it's the perfect combination of cardio and weight training for me.
I've been in the market for some sort of performance tracker that I could wear on my wrist, but wasn't happy with what I was coming across. I found a lot of them to be feminine or too fitness looking, if that makes sense.
Enter the Fenix Chronos from Garmin. The company's first watch to combine sleek metal housing with the latest outdoor navigation and fitness tracking capabilities. I can't stress enough how much I love with this product ( I even considered doing a video because I wasn't sure written words would do it justice.)
The biggest thing for me--is that I want to look cool at all times with minimal fuss. The watch is such an elevated take on traditional active wrist-wear that I look bossy in and out of the gym. I paired the watch with a Givenchy suit and literally the only thing that catches your eye in this series of images, is the watch. I could have worn a t-shirt and jeans and it wouldn't have mattered because the Fenix Chrono's design is so striking.
Below are a few of my favorite spec's the watch offers. If you guys have any questions--PLEASE DM/E-mail/ Snap me! I'd literally love to walk you through the product on video because it really is a god send for those that refuse to sacrifice style when staying active.
- Features include: Elevate wrist heart rate technology, daily activity tracking, smart notifications, activity profiles and more
- The face of the watch is made of a sapphire lens that is scratch resistant
- Smart notifications allows you to receive text messages and emails right on your wrist.
- The VO2 max estimator crunches data, including your running speed, beats per minute and heart rate variability to estimate the volume of oxygen you can consume per minute (INSANE!)