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Garmin Epix Pro In-Depth Review: Flashlight, Bigger Battery, and More!


Here's everything you need to know about the new Garmin Epix Pro - all three sizes! The new Epix Pro series is here, finally bringing the Epix AMOLED display-enabled watch to the same three sizes as the Fenix lineup (42mm, 47mm, and 51mm). But that’s not the only change. All three editions now gain a flashlight feature on the front of the watch, a new optical heart rate sensor package, new Hill Score and Endurance Score stats, and a number of other changes including even better battery life, and multiband-GNSS now being standard. Oh, but it’s not just the new Epix Pro today, but also the new Fenix 7 Pro – which essentially matches all the changes of the Epix Pro in terms of new features/hardware, but with the long-battery lasting MIP display instead of AMOLED. Check out that full in-depth review as well! As usual, I’ve been putting these watches through their paces. From crazy long trail runs from sea level to the top of an 8,000ft mountain, to doing an Ironman 70.3 race last weekend, to everything in between. And alongside that, my wife has been taking out the smaller edition Epix Pro 42mm sized unit in her long-distance training, as well as the smaller 42mm Fenix 7S Pro. 0:00 Quick Overview 0:36 New Watch Sizes! 0:56 Epix Pro vs Fenix 7 Pro Display Differences 1:20 Pricing & Models 1:52 The New Flashlight & Comparisons 3:11 New Garmin Biosensor 3:48 Can it do ECG? 5:01 Battery Life Test Results 6:46 Multiband GNSS/GPS 7:12 New RedShift Mode 7:55 Endurance Score Tested! 9:55 Hill Score Tested (Hard!) 12:12 Live Map Weather Overlays 12:56 Mapping Shaded Relief 13:15 30+ New Sport Profiles 14:04 New Split-Map Data Page 14:11 New Perimeter-Map Data Page 14:19 New UI Features 15:13 Included Maps & 32GB of Storage Sizes 15:44 Far Faster Charging Times! 16:07 Software Updates for existing watches! 16:54 Accuracy Testing (GPS/HR/Elevation) 18:49 Worth it?! #GarminEpixPro #GarminEpix #EpixPro

Garmin Fenix 7 Pro In-Depth Review: Clever Upgrades!


Here's everything you need to know about the Fenix 7 Pro series, including the Fenix 7S, Fenix 7 Pro, and Fenix 7X Pro. If you wanted a Fenix 7 series device with the flashlight of the Fenix 7X series, you’ve finally got your wish. With the new Fenix 7 Pro series, all three size Fenix 7 Pro units include a flashlight. And atop that, every model now has multiband GNSS/GPS, and every model has 32GB of storage. And every model now has solar. Sure, there’s still the fancier sapphire-crystal models if you want them, but the only difference between the different Fenix 7 Pro series units are the cosmetic/material differences (or battery between sizes), not features or functions internally. In addition to those hardware upgrades, the Fenix 7 Pro series also gains a new optical heart rate sensor package and updated MIP display for better low-light conditions, plus a few new software metrics including a Hill Score and Endurance Score. Of course, it’s not just the new Fenix 7 Pro series that’s been announced today, but also the new three-sized Epix Pro units as well. These include Garmin’s fancier AMOLED display, as well as also featuring a flashlight across all models. Check out that in-depth review too! 0:00 Quick Overview 0:35 Models and pricing 1:29 The New Flashlight & Comparisons 2:39 New Optical HR Sensor 3:15 Can it do ECG? 4:36 Next Gen MIP Display 5:52 Battery Life 6:11 Multiband GNSS/GPS 6:48 Endurance Score Tested! 8:39 Hill Score Tested (Hard!) 9:51 Live Map Weather Overlays 10:48 Mapping Shaded Relief 12:02 30+ New Sport Profiles 13:12 New Split-Map Data Page 13:20 New Perimeter-Map Data Page 13:31 New UI Features 13:54 Software Updates for existing watches! 14:20 Included Maps & 32GB of Storage Sizes 15:00 Accuracy Testing (GPS/HR/Elevation) 17:04 Worth it?! #Fenix7Pro #Fenix7ProReview #Fenix7

2022 Sportswatch Year in Review with DC Rainmaker


Join us for the 4th annual Sportswatch Year in Review where 🤍Dcrainmaker and I cover all the major sportswatch and smartwatch releases of 2022 from Garmin, Apple, COROS, Polar, Samsung, and more! Special thanks to 🤍Dcrainmaker for joining! // Chapters 0:00 Intro and Overall Thoughts on 2022 2:28 Garmin Venu 2 Plus DesFit Review: 🤍 DC Rainmaker Review: 🤍 5:11 Garmin Vivomove Sport DesFit Review: 🤍 7:03 Garmin Fenix 7/Garmin Epix (Gen 2) DesFit Review: 🤍 & 🤍 DC Rainmaker Review: 🤍 & 🤍 12:14 Suunto 5 Peak DC Rainmaker Review: 🤍 13:26 Garmin Instinct 2 DesFit Review: 🤍 DC Rainmaker Review: 🤍 17:57 Garmin Descent G1 20:16 Polar Pacer & Pacer Pro DesFit Review: 🤍 DC Rainmaker Review: 🤍 22:39 Garmin Tactix 7 DesFit Review: 🤍 24:04 Garmin Vivosmart 5 DesFit Review: 🤍 DC Rainmaker Review: 🤍 25:45 Garmin Forerunner 255 DesFit Review: 🤍 DC Rainmaker Review: 🤍 28:25 Garmin Forerunner 955 DesFit Review: 🤍 DC Rainmaker Review: 🤍 32:56 Garmin Enduro 2 DesFit Review: 🤍 DC Rainmaker Review: 🤍 36:17 Samsung Galaxy Watch5/Watch5 Pro DesFit Review: 🤍 & 🤍 DC Rainmaker Review: 🤍 41:15 Garmin Venu SQ 2 DesFit Review: 🤍 DC Rainmaker Review: 🤍 42:20 Fitbit Inspire 3 DesFit Review: 🤍 DC Rainmaker Review: 🤍 43:20 Fitbit Sense 2/Versa 4 45:58 Apple Watch SE 2 & Series 8 DesFit Review: 🤍 & 🤍 DC Rainmaker Review: 🤍 50:21 Apple Watch Ultra DesFit Review: 🤍 DC Rainmaker Review: 🤍 56:37 Google Pixel Watch DesFit Review: 🤍 DC Rainmaker Review: 🤍 1:01:54 Garmin Marq Gen 2 DesFit Review: 🤍 DC Rainmaker Review: 🤍 1:07:41 Amazfit Falcon 1:09:07 Suunto 9 Peak Pro DesFit Review: 🤍 DC Rainmaker Review: 🤍 1:15:21 COROS Apex 2/Apex 2 Pro DesFit Review: 🤍 DC Rainmaker Review: 🤍 1:20:22 Polar Ignite 3 DesFit Review: 🤍 DC Rainmaker Review: 🤍 1:23:40 Garmin Instinct Crossover DesFit Review: 🤍 DC Rainmaker Review: 🤍 1:26:47 Garmin Bounce 1:31:36 Final Thoughts and What's Next? Thanks for watching! /// Gear I Use (Amazon links) /// Wearable: 🤍 Bike GPS: 🤍 Chest Heart Rate Strap: 🤍 Arm Heart Rate Strap: 🤍 Headphones: 🤍 /// Connect & Updates /// Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Strava: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Videos may contain affiliate links which can help support and grow this channel with no extra cost to you. Thanks for your continued support. #dcrainmaker #desfit #sportswatchyearinreview

Garmin Edge 840 Series In-Depth Review: 21+ Things To Know!


Garmin has just announced the new Edge 840, as well as Edge 540 units. And like last year, with the more expensive Edge 1040, both the 540 and 840 get Solar variants. However, the changes go far beyond just sunny-side-up or not. In fact, arguably, the solar piece is really the least important change. Here’s all the new things: - Edge 840 has BOTH touchscreen and full button set (previously only had partial button set) - Added multiband/dual-frequency GPS - Added solar panels for Edge 540/840 Solar editions - Added USB-C connection for charging/sync - Made it slightly chubbier to accommodate solar panels (non-Solar edition is also same new dimensions) - Completely revamped the user interface everywhere (matches Edge 1040) - Added Power Guide race/training pacing feature - Added ClimbPro Free-Ride mode, which automatically triggers ClimbPro without a route - Added Climb Explorer dashboard for finding nearby climbs - Added Connect IQ Widget Glances to Homepage/Dashboard - Added Training Status 2.0 - Added full automatic race/event suggested workouts using a periodized/phased daily plan leading up to event, inclusive of any Garmin wearable data shifts (e.g., automatically reducing planned workout if you got no sleep on a redye flight) - Added Course Demands to compare course features to ride needs - Added Real-Time Stamina to show energy/distance/duration left during workout - Added Location Search Widget - Added ‘Recent Finds’ from navigation panel (so things you recently searched for) - Added new ‘Bike Shops’ & ‘Water Stops’ categories for navigation search (and completely re-did other categories to mostly get rid of auto stuff) - Added Post-Ride ClimbPro Splits on device - Added re-scheduling of primary workouts - Added support race/event driven Daily Suggested Workouts (expanded from initial Edge 1040 launch) - Added paired sensor information to summary page (even for non-Garmin sensors) - Added support for Shimano STEPS sensor type (eBike component) - Added new consolidated post-ride Highlights screen with PRs - Added estimated battery remaining when toggling Battery Saver mode - Added manual WiFi sync all button (a ‘do it now’ option, but removed single-ride upload option) - Added phone-based config of data fields/data pages - Added ability to use phone for typing text on Edge - Added ability to manually transfer sensors and device profiles to Edge from phone at any time (not just first setup) - Added Garmin Connect IQ App Store on-device marketplace - Changed nearby POI/Things search to be virtually instant - Far faster route calculation/recalculation times - Increased ClimbPro coloring to show more gradient definition - Now automatically changes map popularity type to match activity (I.e., Road vs MTB) - Changed screen background default from black to white for improved “readability” - Removed horrifically unreliable duplicate Bluetooth pairing process for phones - Removed Varia Vision sensor support - Removed device transfer (sharing between units) - Same 2.6” touchscreen size/resolution as before, however, Garmin says it has improved contrast ratio and color filters - Weight is 90g for Edge 840 solar (up from 80g for Edge 830) - Battery life up to 48 hours non-solar, 78 hours solar. Up to 34 hours with Multi-Band GPS mode with Solar (battery chart lower down) - Simplified Bluetooth phone pairing to single connection (versus previous dual legacy BT and BT smart) Additionally, while this is offered on the Edge units, it came much later, but it is still present on the newer units, and wanted to call it out: - Paired sensor transfer from existing Garmin Edge units - Activity Profile settings transfer from existing Garmin Edge units But, let's jump into the video instead! #GarminEdge840 #Edge840 #GarminEdge

Garmin Forerunner 965 In-Depth Review: Finally AMOLED!


Here's everything you need to know about the Forerunner 965 based on tons of real-world usage! 0:00 Quick Overview 0:42 10 New FR965 Differences 3:23 Pricing & Models 4:15 What's Unchanged 5:42 Always-On Option 6:03 Morning Report & Watch Faces 8:04 Training Readiness 9:00 New Training Load Ratio/Chronic Load 10:45 Unified Training Status 11:15 Sport Modes 13:10 Heart Rate Accuracy 14:02 GPS Accuracy 14:52 Wrist Running Dynamics Accuracy 15:18 Battery Life 16:45 Recommendations Garmin has just announced two new watches – the Forerunner 965 (this review), and the Forerunner 265/265S (linked above), both multisport watches and both equipped with swanky AMOLED displays. This nearly completes Garmin’s equipping of different watch lineups with fancier AMOLED displays, as last year we saw them introduce the Epix series (a Fenix 7 variant), and the year prior the Venu 2 series (a more mass market watch). Of course, the key difference between what Garmin does here and what other companies have done with AMOLED displays comes down to battery life – with Garmin’s variants typically lasting orders of magnitude longer than most. But more on that later in the review. In addition to the display, the new Forerunner 965 adds wrist-based native running dynamics (plus the wrist-based running power recently introduced on the Forerunner 955), as well as new training load metrics around Chronic Training Load and Training Load Ratio. These metrics essentially compare your recent training load to your longer-term training load. And the best new feature? Perhaps just the new Garmin USB-C charging cable. Sure, it’s still using the same tried and trueish Garmin charging connector on the watch side, but at least the box now includes the USB-C variant of it. As usual, I’ve been putting the Forerunner 965 (and Forerunner 265) through their paces – with swims, runs, rides – all indoors and outdoors, and then daily 24×7 usage as well. All in the pursuit of seeing how well these watches actually work for both daily endurance sports training and day-to-day usage. Garmin sent over media loaners to test out. As usual, this review is not sponsored (nor does any company get to preview anything I review), and I don’t take any advertiser money from any companies I review. Once this unit goes back, I’ll go out and buy my own for any future testing needs. If you found this review useful, you can use the links at the bottom, or consider becoming a DCR Supporter which makes the site ad-free, while also getting access to a mostly weekly video series behind the scenes of the DCR Cave. And, of course, it makes you awesome. #Forerunner965 #GarminForerunner965 #Triathlon

Garmin Forerunner 965: The Complete Beginners Guide


This is your comprehensive Forerunner 965 Beginners Guide/Features explainer. This includes a user interface walk-through of the Forerunner 965 features including the AMOLED screen, daily activity tracking, sleep tracking, watch face, widgets, settings, sport modes and customization, map and course usage, touchscreen, and plenty more features and functions. Don't forget to see my full review video linked up above in YouTube, as well as my in-depth written review linked above too. 0:00 The Game Plan 0:43 Hardware Overview 2:37 AMOLED Screen in Real-Life 7:05 Watch Face, Daily Activity Tracing, Widgets 9:42 Sleep Tracking & Morning Report 14:42 HRV Status Deep-Dive 17:17 Training Readiness Deep-Dive (and Load/recovery) 20:32 Training Load Ratio/Chronic Load 27:24 Race Calendar, Training Plans, Daily Suggested Workouts 31:19 Sport Modes, Configuration, and Usage 38:01 Native Running Power/Running Dynamics 41:27 Stamina Explained 45:01 Multiband GPS & SatIQ 48:47 Sensors & Pairing 49:53 Mapping, Navigation, Routing 55:37 Flashlight Feature 57:12 Music Support (Spotify) 1:00:16 Garmin Pay/Contactless Payments Full written review with accuracy data: 🤍 - The Site ► 🤍 Main Camera ► 🤍 Action Cam ► 🤍 The Drone ► 🤍 All Camera Gear ► 🤍 Instagram ► 🤍 Facebook ► 🤍 Twitter ► 🤍 Strava ► 🤍 Most Music ► 🤍 #Forerunner965 #GarminForerunner965 #GarminWatch

Garmin Fenix 7 vs Epix: 13 Key Differences Detailed


Here’s every tiny difference between the Fenix 7 and Epix watches, from someone who’s been putting them through their paces in-depth. From 7-hour rides to 6-hour hikes, and everything in between. I put the Garmin Fenix 7 Sapphire to the test against the Epix Sapphire side by side. I detail battery tests, screen visibility tests, how well mapping works, routes, size, price, and plenty more. Battery charts on the DCR Analyzer: 🤍 Epix on Amazon: 🤍 (link helps support the channel, thanks!!!) Fenix 7 on Amazon: 🤍 (also helps support the channel!!) 0:00 Quick Overview 1:28 Price Differences 2:04 Display Mode Differences 3:33 AMOLED vs MIPS Display 4:26 Resolution Differences 4:54 Map Differences 5:44 Brightness Differences 6:26 Dimness & Sleep 7:43 Battery Burn Charts & Deep-Dive 12:00 Epix & Fenix Flashlights 12:53 GPS & Heart Rate Accuracy 13:18 Pixel Burn-in Concerns 14:22 Watch Weights 15:01 Connect IQ Differences 15:24 Final Recommendations - The Site ► 🤍 Main Camera ► 🤍 Action Cam ► 🤍 The Drone ► 🤍 All Camera Gear ► 🤍 Instagram ► 🤍 Facebook ► 🤍 Twitter ► 🤍 Strava ► 🤍 Most Music ► 🤍 #GarminEpix #GarminFenix #Fenix7

Garmin Instinct 2X In-Depth Review: The Biggest Upgrade Yet!


Here's the only review you need on the new Garmin Instinct 2X GPS watch, including the new flashlight, new Training Readiness, and plenty more! Dive into all the details. Instinct 2X on Amazon: 🤍 (helps support the channel!!) Garmin’s new Instinct 2X aims to complete the threesome size lineup of the Instinct series, offering now a small, medium, and large edition. However, most notably, it becomes the next series of watches to include the flashlight, which Garmin launched on the Fenix 7X last year. This flashlight has multiple modes including strobe and red-light mode. But beyond that, and most critically for those wanting higher accuracy, the Instinct 2X also includes multiband/dual frequency GNSS/GPS. Oh, and it gets Training Readiness! In effect, the Instinct 2X follows in the footsteps of Garmin’s Fenix X variants. From the first Fenix X variant back on the Fenix 5X, Garmin used the larger size unit to ‘introduce’ new features to the market. A blend of market interest validation tests (do people find this new feature useful?), with charging a premium for said fancier features. The company is now applying that same concept here with the Instinct 2X, albeit by taking already existing features from higher-end units. In any case, I’ve been testing the Instinct 2X for quite some time now. Putting it through more paces than I can shake a stick at. Swims, rides, runs, hikes, trail runs, gym, and whatever else floated my boat (except, I don’t have a boat). As usual, I’ll dive into what works well, and what needs more work – there’s a helping of both in this unit. 0:00 Pricing & Variants 2:06 The Flashlight 3:56 Multiband GNSS/GPS 4:55 New Solar Feature 6:28 Training Readiness Explained 8:23 Morning Report 9:02 Basic Widgts Hands-On 9:49 Sport Modes & Customization 11:18 Courses & Navigation 13:39 GPS & Heart Rate Accuracy 15:07 Worth it? Note: I am an Amazon Affiliate, and links may earn me a commission (at no cost to you). #Garmininstinct2X #GarminInstinct #Instinct2X

Garmin Fenix 7: The Complete Beginners Guide


This is a complete user interface guide and tutorial on the Garmin Feinx 7 Series, covering not just all the new features, but the entire watch. This includes a user interface walk-through of the Fenix 7 settings, widgets, sport modes, display aspects, map and course usage, touchscreen, and plenty more features and functions. If it's new, I've got it covered here. Don't forget to see my full review video linked up above in YouTube, as well as my in-depth written review linked above too. Epix on Amazon: 🤍 (link helps support the channel, thanks!!!) Fenix 7 on Amazon: 🤍 (also helps support the channel!!) 0:00 Quick Intro 0:49 Fenix 7 Model Comparison 3:04 Watch face & Widgets 9:58 Health Snapshot 11:40 Sleep Mode Options 13:58 Flashlight on 7X 19:05 Solar Deep-Dive 23:15 Sport Modes and Multiband GPS 28:32 Stamina Pacing 31:06 Mapping & Courses 34:51 Sensors & Heart Rate 35:55 Phone-based Watch Config 38:15 Map Manager (Download Maps) 41:41 Connect IQ App Store 42:57 Music/Spotify and Garmin Pay Full written review with accuracy data: 🤍 - The Site ► 🤍 Main Camera ► 🤍 Action Cam ► 🤍 The Drone ► 🤍 All Camera Gear ► 🤍 Instagram ► 🤍 Facebook ► 🤍 Twitter ► 🤍 Strava ► 🤍 Most Music ► 🤍 #GarminFenix7 #Fenix7 #Fenix

Garmin Edge 540 & 840 Compared: IN JUST 6 MINUTES!


Here's the key differences and new features between the Edge 540 & 840 in just 6 minutes, including the Edge 1040 too! The Edge 540 & Edge 840 include a ton of new features, but I've distilled down all the key features into just a 6-minute video explaining all of the newness. #GarminEdge540 #GarminEdge840 #Cycling

Garmin Forerunner 255 In-Depth Review: 13 New Things to Know!


Here's your in-depth review of the new Forerunner 255 & 255 Music, which includes running power, multiband GPS, and plenty more. I dive into all the details including accuracy tracking, triathlon sports like openwater swimming, cycling, running, and everything in between. #GarminForeunner255 #Forerunner255 #FR255

Suunto Vertical In-Depth Review: Maps, Solar, WiFi and More!


Here's your full in-depth review of the new Suunto Vertical watch - with real-world testing and comparisons to see what's new, and how well it works! Suunto Vertical Solar (in stock!): 🤍 Suunto has finally delivered. With the new Suunto Vertical, the company appears to be heading down the right track towards having a more competitive hardware offering. The new Suunto Vertical GPS watch might appear from across the room as just a larger Suunto watch, but in reality it’s significantly revamped inside. To begin, it’s now got fully offline mapping – downloadable via WiFi (yup, it has WiFi too now) for anywhere in the world. Around the outside edge you’ll notice the solar charging, giving you even more battery life. In fact, so much battery life it exceeds their rivals in virtually every category – even with full recording rates. Speaking of which, you’ll also find new dual-frequency GPS/GNSS satellite connectivity, finally matching what their competitors have offered for higher GPS accuracy. Of course, there’s also a slate of smaller things too, like a flashlight mode (via the display), or the now every-second 24x7 HR recording rate. And everything else that was there before continues to be there. That includes their underwater snorkel/shallow diving support/tracking, and even a so-called mermaid mode. But we’ll get into all that later. As usual, I’ve been putting the Suunto Vertical through its paces. This includes swims, bikes, runs – even hiking all the way up an 8,000ft mountain nonstop from the sea. All in the pursuit of seeing what works well…and what still needs a bit more love and development. So, let’s dive into everything that’s new compared to the existing/previous Suunto 9 Peak Pro: - Added offline shaded topographic maps, with three map types (Outdoor/High Contrast/Dark) - Added WiFi for downloading maps, by country & region, free of charge - Increased onboard storage to 32GB (roughly enough to hold all of Europe on it) - Increased size of touchscreen from 1.2” to 1.4” (compared to Suunto 9 Peak Pro) - Increased resolution from 240x240 to 280x280 (compared to Suunto 9 Peak Pro) - Added Solar charging for the Solar/Titanium models - Increased battery times substantially (see chart below) - Added dual-frequency/multiband GNSS/GPS chipset & corresponding antenna - Added new GPS recording rate mode: Low (in addition to Best, Good, OK) - Added truly continuous 24x7 heart rate monitoring (previous was every 10 minutes) - Added new on-device weather pages, including forecast, air quality, observations - Added Strava Live Segments on-device (for Strava paid users) - Added screen-based flashlight option - Added new charging screen when charging, or map downloading screen when on charger - Increased to two sport apps concurrently (3rd party/etc apps, note that guides are different than apps and cannot be concurrently combined) - Military spec durability tests by 3rd party lab - Watch is made in Finland with 100% renewable energy - Watch is fully carbon-compensated for the entire life cycle of watch & future usage/charging, by planting trees on behalf of each watch - Existing Suunto 9 Peak 22mm series straps/bands compatible with new Suunto Vertical #SuuntoVertical #Suunto #Vertical

Apple Watch Ultra In-Depth Review: The Right Tool?


Here's the Apple Watch Ultra Review for people who want to put this watch to the test. I push the Ultra to the extremes with a non-stop 14-hour journey to see if it can handle the Alps, plus of course, plenty more day-to-day usage thoughts. The Apple Watch Ultra is Apple’s real first foray into a watch suited for endurance sports, and other sporty adventures. Sure, Apple’s WatchOS 9 update for many of their other watches, including the recent Apple Watch Series 8, have brought a massive slate of new features aimed at that crowd – such as running power, triathlon support, and more. But historically, one of the biggest blockers to many athletes using an Apple Watch was lack of battery life, combined with lack of buttons. The Ultra aims to solve both of those concerns, while adding in a number of other features along the way, such as the emergency siren. I’ve been testing the Apple Watch Ultra, and in particular, yesterday I put it to the ultimate test: Could it survive a 14+ hour non-stop trail run/hike through the Alps? And if it could, how well would it handle such a mission. In this review I’ll cover that, plus plenty more in terms of day-to-day use, as well as other new features like the new emergency siren and the action button. Full data sets and in-depth written review: 🤍 0:00 Quick Overview 0:51 The Pricing & Hardware Differences 2:39 What's New! 3:27 Diving/Depth App 4:10 Activity/Daily Tracking 5:03 Sleep & Wrist Temp Tracking 6:39 Sport/Workout Detailed 10:09 Backtrack, Waypoints, and Compass 12:32 Emergency Siren 14:08 Battey Life Testing 15:57 GPS, HR, and Elevation Accuracy 17:00 Is it worth it? #AppleWatchUltra #AppleWatch #Apple

Apple Watch Ultra vs New York City Skyscrapers! (with Garmin Epix too)


How well does the Apple Watch Ultra stack up against the tallest buildings in New York City? And can it compete with the likes of the Garmin Epix and Garmin Forerunner 955 here? Also, how far behind is the Apple Watch Series 8? I put all these to the test in a real-life run through New York City. I’ve posted a full comparison of the Apple Watch Ultra vs Garmin Epix in New York City, on an epic route through the city, including up and down some of the most building-dense streets I could find. This includes starting at the tip of Manhattan near the Staten Island ferry docks, and then working my way up some 80 or so blocks along the edge of Manhattan ducking under expressways and buildings. From there I cut into the densest part of the city before jumping into Central Park for a bit, before heading back into the buildings down towards Times Square. In this test, I actually had four watches with me: - Apple Watch Ultra (Multi-band/dual-frequency - Apple Watch Series 8 (Multi-band/dual-frequency() - Garmin Epix (Multi-band/dual-frequency) - Garmin Forerunner 955 (Multi-band/dual-frequency) Only the Series 8 doesn’t support multiband, the other three were all in a forced multiband configuration. Further, as noted in the video, I actually swapped wrists a chunk of the way through the river/perimeter section, in order to ensure they had equal sky-viewing experiences (turns out it didn’t matter too much). In the video I dive through each section one by one, including an analysis of the GPS tracks and where they did well…and not so well. #applewatchultra #GarminEpix #AppleWatch

Garmin ECG App Is Out: Everything you need to know!


Here's everything you need to know about the new Garmin ECG functionality that Garmin has begun launching today on their smartwatches. From which devices to setup to other requirements, dive in for the quick tour. As of today, Garmin has released ECG functionality for the Venu 2 Plus watch, for users in the United States. This is Garmin’s first watch to have ECG, following both clinical trials, and subsequent FDA approval which they were granted last week (more on all that down below). The on-watch ECG functionality will detect and classify atrial fibrillation (aka AFib), and a normal sinus rhythm. On your Venu 2 Plus you can open the ECG app at any time, touch the bezel with your other wrists fingers, and then wait about 30 seconds for the ECG to complete. After which you’ll get your results as well as the ability to save/export the report via the app, such as to send the PDF to a doctor. Garmin is essentially the last major smartwatch maker to join the ECG fray. This follows Apple, Samsung, Fitbit, and others who have received FDA approval for their ECG app implementations. For the most part though, what you see on these devices is all very similar, largely owing to the process by which these devices are certified. Still, there are some differences, such as Apple have irregular rhythm notifications (albeit non-continual), where Garmin does not. Still, for those needing to do quick spot checks for ECG, this is a huge step forward. #ECG #GarminECG

Garmin Forerunner 265S/265 In-Depth Review: Even More Data!


Here's everything you need to know about the Garmin Forerunner 265 watch, including the Forerunner 265S! 0:00 Quick Overview 1:12 10 New FR265 Differences 5:01 Pricing & Models 5:55 What's Unchanged 7:12 Always-On Option 8:03 Morning Report & Watch Faces 8:22 Training Readiness 11:23 Sport Modes 13:40 Heart Rate Accuracy 14:34 GPS Accuracy 15:23 Wrist Running Dynamics Accuracy 15:52 Battery Life 16:52 Recommendations #GarminForerunner265 #Forerunner265 #Forerunner265S

DJI Mini 3 Pro: The Complete Beginners Guide


Here's your massive DJI Mini 3 Pro complete beginners guide, covering end to end all the features, including both the DJI RC as well as the standard DJI RC-N1 controller. Here's the full topic list, though in reality, it's far deeper than that, with tons of DJI Mini 3 Tips & Tricks along the way. DJI Mini 3 Pro + DJI RC: 🤍 (Amazon link helps support the channel, thanks!!!!) Oh, many of you have asked what SD card I use, here's the exact 256GB card I use for all my action cams and drones: 🤍 I've placed some sample photos (JPG/DNG) as well as some sample footage here. All unedited: 🤍 0:00 Quick Overview & Intro 0:46 Remote Controller & Battery Options 3:05 Drone Hardware (Gimbal, Sensors, Basics) 5:55 Pre-Takeoff Critical Items 8:07 Taking off & Flying Basics 13:08 Obstacle Avoidance/Sensing & APAS 16:08 Video Modes Explainer 22:25 Photo Modes Explainer 25:56 Vertical Shooting Options 27:33 Spotlight & POI Modes 31:58 QuickShots Usage 34:01 MasterShots Feature 36:27 HyperLapse Modes 39:22 Active Track (Follow-Me) 44:34 Sport Mode (Fast Flying) 45:55 Hand-Catching A Drone 47:39 Gallery and Downloading 48:47 Wrap-Up - The Site ► 🤍 Main Camera ► 🤍 Action Cam ► 🤍 The Drone ► 🤍 All Camera Gear ► 🤍 Instagram ► 🤍 Facebook ► 🤍 Twitter ► 🤍 Strava ► 🤍 Most Music ► 🤍 As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. It doesn’t cost you anything extra, but your purchases help support this channel a lot. Thanks! #DJIMini3 #DJIMini3Pro #Mini3Pro

Garmin Fenix 7, Solar, and Sapphire In-Depth Review!


Every Fenix 7 new feature examined with real-world testing! From new maps to better GPS accuracy, I dive into whether it's really worth the extra cash. Epix on Amazon: 🤍 (link helps support the channel, thanks!!!) Fenix 7 on Amazon: 🤍 (also helps support the channel!!) This review is instead focused almost entirely on the Fenix 7 series, which includes the Fenix 7S, 7, and 7X models. These units get a slate of new features (depending on which exact model you choose), including everything from workout stamina tracking to free downloadable TopoActive maps. And the 7X even gets a flashlight, which might sound gimmicky at first, but seriously – it’s mind-bogglingly useful and way more advanced than ‘just a flashlight’. It can flash white and red as you run, matched to your cadence – specific to showing white lights while forward-facing, and red lights rearward facing. Yes, actually switching and matched to each footstep. Or, you can signal for SOS with it when you’re out of ice cream. But we’ll get into all those details and plenty more throughout this review. I’ve been testing the Fenix 7 for quite some time, and have put in countless hours to figure out what works well…and what still might need some love. This includes all three core models, as well as its Epix sibling. And this includes a wide variety of conditions from riding and running up volcanos, runs in freezing temps, openwater swims, cities to mountain passes, and everything in between. Oceans, forests, deserts, and more. Garmin Fenix 7 In-Depth Written Review & Accuracy data: 🤍 0:00 Intro and Overview 0:42 Models Explainer 1:43 New Touchscreen 3:05 The Flashlight 4:34 New Multiband GPS 5:54 Up Ahead Navigation 6:46 Map Manager and Downloadable Maps 7:42 Stamina Pacing 8:56 Phone Configuration of Watch 9:50 SkiView Expansion 10:20 Gen4 Garmin ELEVATE 11:13 Health Snapshot & HRV 12:06 New Activity Profiles 12:30 Historical Predictor Trends 13:18 Solar Battery Increases 14:34 Graphical Changes to Interface 15:13 Connect IQ Store on Watch 15:33 Hardware Changes 16:00 Final Thoughts and Recommendations - The Site ► 🤍 Main Camera ► 🤍 Action Cam ► 🤍 The Drone ► 🤍 All Camera Gear ► 🤍 Instagram ► 🤍 Facebook ► 🤍 Twitter ► 🤍 Strava ► 🤍 Most Music ► 🤍 #GarminFenix7 #Fenix7 #Fenix

Tour de France 2022: Which bike computers do they use? (+Power Meters!)


Here's a behind the scenes look at the start of a Tour de France stage, with all of the bike computers, power meters, and washing machine tech they use in the 2022 Tour de France. In this video I dive into all the teams and which power meters use. Tour de France 2022 Bike Computers: AG2R Citroën Team (W): Wahoo BOLT V2 Alpecin–Deceuninck (W): Garmin Edge 830 Arkéa–Samsic (W): Wahoo BOLT V2 Astana Qazaqstan (G): Garmin Edge 830 Bahrain Victorious: Garmin Edge 830 B&B Hotels–KTM (G): Garmin Edge 830 BikeExchange–Jayco (G): Garmin Edge 830 Bora–Hansgrohe (W): Wahoo BOLT V2 Cofidis (W): Wahoo BOLT V2 DSM (W): Wahoo BOLT V2 EF Education–EasyPost (W): Wahoo BOLT V2 Groupama–FDJ (G): Garmin Edge 830 + Edge 1030 Plus Intermarché–Wanty–Gobert Matériaux (B): Bryton Rider S800 Ineos Grenadiers (G): Edge 830, Edge 1040 Solar Israel–Premier Tech (H): Hammerhead Karoo 2 & Garmin Edge 530 Jumbo–Visma (G): Garmin Edge 830 & Edge 130 Plus Lotto–Soudal (G): Garmin Edge 830 & Edge 1030 Plus Movistar Team (G)): Garmin Edge 830 & Edge 1040 Solar Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl (G): Garmin Edge 830 & Edge 1040 Solar TotalEnergies-Cyclists (G): Garmin Edge 830 Trek–Segafredo (W): Wahoo BOLT V2 UAE Team Emirates (S): SRM PC8 Tour de France 2022 Power Meters: AG2R Citroën Team: Power2Max NG Alpecin–Deceuninck: Shimano R9200P Arkéa–Samsic: Shimano R9100P Astana Qazaqstan: Shimano R9100P Bahrain Victorious: Shimano R9200P B&B Hotels–KTM: FSA PowerBox BikeExchange–Jayco: Shimano R9100P Bora–Hansgrohe: Shimano R9100P Cofidis: SRM PM7 DSM: Shimano R9100P EF Education–EasyPost: Power2Max NG Groupama–FDJ: Shimano R9200P Intermarché–Wanty–Gobert Matériaux: Shimano R9100P Ineos Grenadiers: Shimano R9100P Israel–Premier Tech: ROTOR Jumbo–Visma: Shimano R9100P Lotto–Soudal: 4iiii Precision G3 & Shimano R9200P Movistar Team: SRAM AXS Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl: Shimano R9200P TotalEnergies-Cyclists: Shimano R9100P Trek–Segafredo: SRAM Quarq AXS UAE Team Emirates: SRM PM7 #TourdeFrance #TdF #Cycling

Apple Watch SE (2022) Review: 3 Months Later!


After three months, here's my in-depth review of the Apple Watch SE (2nd gen/2022), including plenty of data and accuracy testing. For these past few months, I’ve been putting the Apple Watch SE to the test, hammering out countless workouts from running, cycling, swimming, and more. And even before that I was testing out WatchOS 9’s new features throughout the summer - even in a triathlon. With WatchOS9 came a boatload of new features including triathlon mode, structured workouts, and running power. All effectively bringing the Apple Watch into direct competition with other serious sport watch brands, even at this lower SE price point. While the software update was substantial, the Apple Watch Series SE hardware update was modest at best. It included faster internals, and vehicular crash detection. Whereas again, most upgrades came via new software features, like triathlon support, deeper structured workout/interval features, a revamped compass app with backtrack functionality, and running power/efficiency metrics (and again, all via WatchOS9). 0:00 Quick Intro 0:35 Pricing/Model Comparison 0:46 SE vs Series 8 1:39 WatchOS9 New Sports Features 2:25 Activity Tracking 3:18 Sleep Tracking & Accuracy 4:15 Sports Tracking 6:30 Running Power 7:15 Triathlon/Multisport Modes 7:54 Sensor Pairing/Options 8:45 Fitness App on Phone 9:45 Compass & Backtrack 11:18 GPS & HR Accuracy 13:27 Battery Life 13:58 Final Thoughts & Recommendation #AppleWatch #AppleWatchSE #AppleWatchSE2022

Shimano Power Meter (R9200P): How is it this bad?


Here's a deep-dive into the Shimano DuraAce R9200P power meter, and whether or not its accurate. I go through 8 months of data, from multiple units/people. I’ve been testing the Shimano latest generation power meter since last summer, comparing it to virtually every other viable power meter and smart trainer on the market today during that time frame. And as one who tests power meters for a living, it’s glaringly clear the Shimano R9200P follows in the footsteps of the previous generation Shimano power meters in one key area: It’s horribly inaccurate. Mind you, this isn’t just one unit, or just my test unit loaner provided by Shimano. Instead, it’s looking at data from multiple units, sourced from multiple bikes, on multiple continents. Data which is supported by numerous WorldTour Pro cycling teams and other pro riders reaching out after seeing their own data issues. It’s a constant yet frustratingly inconsistent pattern of inaccuracy that I’ll outline in the data section of this review. However, before we get to that – a quick and unusual preface. Normally, my reviews are pretty long and detailed – be it for a power meter, smart trainer, or anything else I cover. These reviews usually cover all aspects of the product: From unboxing, to installation, to general use features (like the app, connectivity, etc…)…all sorts of stuff. The point of all that extra stuff being to help people understand all aspects of the product, so even if one portion of the product isn’t to my liking – it might be to their liking, and thus, the review is still useful to them. However, in the case of a power meter, the *ONLY* thing that matters is accurate data. Or, at the very minimum, consistent data. In this case, it is neither accurate, nor consistently offset (not ideally either, but sometimes workable). The parameters for when and why it’s inaccurate vary within a ride. Thus, all of the typical review components (unboxing/install/app/etc..) simply don’t matter because I can’t see any viable electronic use for this product. And pro teams agree too – they’ve been actively trying to avoid using it for training and racing, but most are bound by Shimano sponsorship agreements. Despite that, we do actually see some top Shimano-sponsored pro teams using alternate power meters on their R9200P-equipped bikes. Thus for this review, I’m just going to focus on the single thing that matters here: Power accuracy. 0:00 Quick Overview 1:03 The Small Chainring Problem 3:42 The Rightside Problem 5:40 The Soft Pedaling Problem 6:55 The Forever Power Problem 9:04 The Power Meter Poison Chart 10:00 Can Shimano Fix It? 11:19 What about Pro teams? 12:11 What should you do? All my data sets/written review: 🤍 Shane Miller/GPLAMA R9200 Review: 🤍 #Shimano #Powermeters #Cycling

Power Meter Pedals Deep-Dive Review: Garmin/Wahoo/Favero/SRM


Trying to figure out which power meter pedal is best? Here's a complete deep-dive based on years of usage of these models. From Garmin Rally to Wahoo POWRLINK Speedplay pedal, to Favero Assioma, and SRM X-Power - I cover them all! This video is sponsored by SteadyRack: 🤍 0:00 Quick Overview 1:00 Cleat Compatibility 2:55 Gigantic Price Chart 4:45 Weight and Size Comparisons 5:59 Installation Aspects 6:58 Q-Factor Considerations 9:34 Cornering Concerns 10:40 Battery Bits 12:41 Power Accuracy 13:20 Recommendations The Site ► 🤍 Main Camera ► 🤍 Action Cam ► 🤍 The Drone ► 🤍 All Camera Gear ► 🤍 Instagram ► 🤍 Facebook ► 🤍 Twitter ► 🤍 Strava ► 🤍 Most Music ► 🤍 #Cycling #PowerMeters #CyclingPower

Garmin vs Hammerhead vs Wahoo GPS Climbing: Tested in the Dolomites (a VLOG)!


This is an in-depth comparison of the bike climbing features between the Garmin Edge series, Hammerhead Karoo 2, and Wahoo ELEMNT/BOLT series. I take these units out into the mountains over the course of 6 months to the Italian Alps (Dolomites), French Alps, Corsica, and Spanish Canary Islands, to see which has the best features. From on-road to off-road/MTB, I cover it all. /// This video is sponsored by The Pro's Closet! Free USA shipping on all bikes $1,000+ with code DCRAINMAKER042 🤍 Note: The Pro's Closet had no technical or editorial control, insight, or anything at all over this video. Literally, they just said 'Have fun!'. So, I did. /// You’ll notice I didn’t list a specific version/model for the three main companies. That’s because from a technical standpoint, the features are equal among their latest units for climbing purposes. Thus, specifically, these units: Garmin: Edge 530, Edge 830, Edge 1030, Edge 1030 Plus Hammerhead: Karoo 1, Karoo 2 Wahoo: ELEMNT, ELEMNT BOLT V1/V2, ELEMNT ROAM For example, there’s no differences between an Edge 530 and Edge 1030 Plus when it comes to climbing features (aside from just screen size). Same goes for Wahoo ELEMNT ROAM vs BOLT. Note that the Edge 130 Plus does have ClimbPro, but just not the coloring since it’s a black and white screen. - The Site ► 🤍 Main Camera ► 🤍 Action Cam ► 🤍 The Drone ► 🤍 All Camera Gear ► 🤍 Instagram ► 🤍 Facebook ► 🤍 Twitter ► 🤍 Strava ► 🤍 Most Music ► 🤍 #Wahoo #Garmin #Hammerhead #Cycling

Zwift Hub Smart Trainer: Hands-On After A Few Rides/Full Details


Everything you need to know about the new Zwift Hub smart trainer, from the tech specs to the ride feel, to how well it works, and whether it works with apps like TrainerRoad, Rouvy, and more! I dig into all the details after a few weeks of riding. Today, Zwift announced the Zwift Hub, a $499 smart trainer that will likely slaughter pricing in the market. Well, maybe. First, it requires Zwift to make it accurate. But assuming they do that, the product has specs that are roughly half the cost of most of their other competitors. Now, before we go too far, it’s important to know one key detail: Zwift didn’t make this trainer. At least not entirely. Instead, they’re rebranding the JetBlack Volt smart trainer (which I reviewed a year ago), and repricing it significantly lower than the $849 it previously was. That very capable direct drive trainer did quite well in my testing, arguably better than some of the large trainer companies have done at the same price point. #Zwift #ZwiftHub #ZwiftTrainer

We Did a Cargo Bike Race (So much pain!)


Here's what happens when you decide to race 100lb cargo bikes, complete with adding a power meter to measure just how painful that effort was. During this nearly 30-minute race around Amsterdam's Olympic Stadium (an event from RideOut), both myself and my wife competed for the title of worst cargo bike racer. This video is sponsored by The Pro's Closet: 🤍 Race details: 🤍 Thumbnail Photo Credit: Bernadette Zevenhuizen - 🤍 Additional footage credit: Julio Aprea Here's the flat pedals adapters: Look-KEO variant: 🤍 SPD-SL variant: 🤍 SPD variant: 🤍 - The Site ► 🤍 Main Camera ► 🤍 Action Cam ► 🤍 The Drone ► 🤍 All Camera Gear ► 🤍 Instagram ► 🤍 Facebook ► 🤍 Twitter ► 🤍 Strava ► 🤍 Most Music ► 🤍 As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. It doesn’t cost you anything extra, but your purchases help support this channel a lot. Thanks! #Amsterdam #CargoBike #UrbanArrow #cycling

Samsung Watch5 Series: The Specs Are Wrong (Not Clickbait)


I dive into the apparently misleading claims about how thick the Samsung Watch5 series watches are, only to discover the problem is wider than just Samsung and their plump watches. I didn’t intend on going down a rabbit hole this morning. Or at least, not this rabbit hole. I thought I was starting my day down a much narrower hole, to quickly and efficiently demonstrate that the Samsung Galaxy Watch5 Pro specs for thickness were woefully incorrect and misleading. That specific scavenger hunt was initiated by Reddit this weekend after watching my Ealy Review of the Samsung Galaxy Watch5 Pro, and noting there was no way the 10.5mm thickness listed for that watch was accurate, given the far more sleek/older Galaxy Watch Active 2 was listed at 10.9mm. It seemed impossible. And sure enough, it was. Dive on in with me! #SamsungWatch5 #AppleWatchSeries7 #GarminWatch

Garmin Instinct 2 In-Depth Review: 12 Things You Need To Know!


Here's your real-world multi-month review of the Garmin Instinct 2 Series, including the Instinct 2 and 2 Solar, and Instinct 2S Solar. With all the new features tested and detailed, plus accuracy testing and plenty more. With the Instinct 2 series though, no longer is the watch focused entirely on the hiking/general outdoors realm, now it’s a full multisport/triathlon watch too! Complete with everything from power meter support to mountain bike metrics. It supports nearly every sensor type the Fenix series does, along with performance-focused metrics like training load/status, and recovery. Meanwhile, for day-to-day use, it’s now got Garmin Pay (Solar edition only), pregnancy and menstrual cycle tracking, as well as full Connect IQ app support. And like most Garmin wearables, it further extends its battery profile, now officially claiming ‘Forever power’ in more battery categories with the solar editions (don’t worry, I’ll put that to the test too). But we’ll get into all those details and plenty more throughout this review. I’ve been testing the Instinct 2 series for quite some time, and have put in countless hours to figure out what works well…and what falls short. I’ve used the Instinct 2, Instinct 2 Solar, and 2S Solar – as well as recruiting my wife to put in hours and workouts on the Instinct 2S Solar. All of this includes a wide variety of conditions from on and off-road riding and running up volcanos, runs in freezing temps, openwater swims, cities to mountain passes, and everything in between. Oceans, forests, deserts, and more. 0:00 Instinct 2 Overview 0:38 Models Explained 1:48 New Sports Profiles 2:42 Connect IQ Apps/Watchfaces 3:24 Battery & Solar Changes 5:00 Training Load/Recovery/Status 5:49 Power Meters, Sensors and Data 6:56 Optical HR Sensor Upgrade 8:03 Heat & Altitude Acclimation 8:33 Phone-Based Configuration 9:12 Widget Glances 9:34 Tactical Edition Kill Switch 10:38 GPS, Elevation, Heart Rate Accuracy 12:42 Watch Stability & Readiness 13:47 Final Recommendations - The Site ► 🤍 Main Camera ► 🤍 Action Cam ► 🤍 The Drone ► 🤍 All Camera Gear ► 🤍 Instagram ► 🤍 Facebook ► 🤍 Twitter ► 🤍 Strava ► 🤍 Most Music ► 🤍 #Instinct2 #GarminInstinct2 #GarminInstinct

Garmin Forerunner 965 vs Epix: 65+ Differences Explained


Here are 65+ differences between the Garmin Epix & Forerunner 965, everything from sports modes to UI differences and plenty more. Full charts available here: 🤍 I have just spent an absurd amount of time trying to compare every single feature, hardware component, and menu option between the new Forerunner 965 and the existing Garmin Epix watch. Both are AMOLED display units, but spaced approximately 14 months apart, and from different Garmin divisions. And – mostly notably, up to $400 difference in price. The Epix comes from the Outdoor division and is designed to be an AMOLED display mirror of the MIPS-based Fenix lineup. Whereas the Forerunner 965 comes from the Fitness division, and is designed to be an AMOLED display variant of the MIPS-based Forerunner 955. Of course, while these units are overwhelmingly similar, there’s also a slate of differences. Many of the differences you’d never notice, heck, I even learned of a few extremally miniate level differences. In fact, I think even Garmin doesn’t realize the extent of some of these quirks. Overall, the biggest differences are actually the most obvious: Display size, case materials, and weight. The next reasonably easy to find set comes from a slate of differences in the golf features (yes, golf), multi-band GPS not on the Epix base edition, as well as custom map subscription options on the Epix. The third category are best described as ‘How to stump a reviewer’ category, which includes quirks on sleep display customization options, tidal glance options, or the uselessly silly fact that the Forerunner will put menu lists like sensors in alphabetical order, whereas Epix says nah. 0:00 The Game Plan 1:54 Hardware Differences 5:45 Basic Usage & UI Differences 10:09 Sport Modes Comparison 13:56 Golfing Differences 15:18 Mapping & Navigation Differences 18:25 Recommendations #GarminForerunner965 #GarminEpix #Garmin

I Tested Apple Watch Ultra In A Dive Chamber


What happens when you dive too deep with the Apple Watch Ultra? I put it to the test to show you exactly how the Apple Watch Ultra 'Depth' app works, as well as how the data works behind the scenes. Dive on in! The first thing to know is the Apple Watch hardware design, which is certified to 100m in depth. And then the second is their software app, which is designed for usage to 40m (131ft) of depth. That native app is called…umm…Depth. And it essentially aims to show your current, well…depth (and duration/water temp). Meanwhile, there's the Huish Outdoors app called the Oceanic+. That app (which costs $79/year, but they also have day/month passes) has all the dive-related functions you’d find in a normal dive computer. Things like dive planning, water type, ascent warnings, safety stops, mixed gas options, etc… That app isn’t available today, and is slated for sometime this fall. If you check out the two specs that Apple certified against, ISO 22810:2010 specifies the waterproof rating for watches statically (to 100m in Apple’s case). However, DIN EN13319 covers the depth gauge and specifically operation of said gauge to the specified water pressure listed (100m in this case), given that would require pressing buttons in order to use said operation as covered under the functional area, thus would be covered to 100m according to Apple’s claims. More details on the Oceanic+ app here: 🤍 #AppleWatchUltra #Diving #Scuba

DJI Mini 3 Pro ActiveTrack Tested: Does it work downhill?


Here's a simple test of how well DJI's Mini 3 ACtive track can follow downhill, which is needed for skiing, downhill mountain biking, trail running, kayak tracking, and countless other downhill activities. For this test, I take it out on the trails to see how well it actually works while in Active track mode and descending down 100m below my starting point. DJI Mini 3 Pro + DJI RC: 🤍 (Amazon link helps support the channel, thanks!!!!) Oh, many of you have asked what SD card I use, here's the exact 256GB card I use for all my action cams and drones: 🤍 - The Site ► 🤍 Main Camera ► 🤍 Action Cam ► 🤍 The Drone ► 🤍 All Camera Gear ► 🤍 Instagram ► 🤍 Facebook ► 🤍 Twitter ► 🤍 Strava ► 🤍 Most Music ► 🤍 As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. It doesn’t cost you anything extra, but your purchases help support this channel a lot. Thanks! #DJIMini3Pro #Mini3Pro #ActiveTrack #Running

Wahoo ROAM V2 In-Depth Review: What's Actually Changed?


Today Wahoo has announced their latest bike computer, the new Wahoo ELEMNT ROAM. Unofficially it’s the ROAM V2 or ROAM 2022 or ROAM 2nd Edition or whatever you want to call it – but no matter the name, it’s Wahoo’s flagship bike computer. This new version includes a more colorful display, upgraded multiband GNSS chipset for better GPS accuracy, as well as USB-C support. Beyond the hardware, it also includes promises of new software features down the road, including (finally) a competitor to Garmin’s ClimbPro, which will show the distance and details of climbs as you ride them. While that feature isn’t here today, there are some additional new features that have launched over the past 24 hours to other Wahoo bike computers that are also on the ROAM V2, including Supersapiens support and new structured workout sync from Wahoo SYSTM. #WahooROAM #WahooFitness #Wahoo

Garmin MARQ Athlete (Gen 2) Review: The Best Money Can Buy?


Here's everything you need to know about what a $1,900 GPS running watch looks like! Alternatively: Trainer & Chill T-Shirt: 🤍 It’s landed, the watch the 1% have been waiting for: The $1,900 Garmin MARQ Athlete, 2nd Gen edition. This watch builds upon the previous Garmin MARQ & CHRONOS lineups of fancier Fenix variants, but now switches over to the Garmin Epix series as the underlying platform. The previous MARQ editions were based on the Fenix 6 series. Of course, the Epix and Fenix 7 units are virtually identical in terms of features, just with different displays. The Epix-based MARQ Athlete now utilizes the AMOLED display instead. As with the previous MARQ editions, the differences are almost entirely based in hardware and the outward design of the watch. Aspects like case materials, buttons, and even a new charging port/cable that’s massively faster than any other Garmin watch. However, this time there is a singular new software feature being launched on the Garmin MARQ series – a jetlag advisor. And ironically enough, I’m writing this from Boeing 777 at 36,000ft headed across the Atlantic Ocean – a perfect time to show how this all works. But fear not, this feature will also be coming to other more normally priced watches too. #GarminMARQ #MARQ GarminMARQAthlete

Garmin Venu 2 Plus In-Depth Review: 11 Things to Know!


The 11 New Things You Need to Know about the Garmin Venu 2 Plus, as well as detailed accuracy testing, and whether the new features are worth it. The Garmin Venu 2 Plus aims to be an incremental update over the 7-month-old Venu 2/2S, with the core new features being voice assistants and a speaker for making and receiving calls. This is the first Garmin watch to offer any sort of voice assistant integration, and out of the gate it supports Apple’s Siri, Google Assistant, and Samsung’s Bixby. However, most interesting in my opinion is the ability to take calls on your wrist, and even trigger emergency assistance and safety alerts using voice (which is new to Garmin as well). Plus you can now listen to music using the speaker on the watch if that’s your thing, and it’s surprisingly not horrible. 0:00 Quick Overview 0:39 Watch Size Changes 1:08 New Speaker & Microphone 1:29 Voice Assistants 2:43 Making and Receiving Phone Calls 4:40 Playing Music Using Watch Speaker 5:36 Emergency Assistance Calling 7:45 New Warm-Fuzzy Tones 8:26 Changes in Battery Life 9:17 Bezel and Case Design 9:51 Watch Face Widget Complications 10:37 Things That Haven't Changed 11:43 GPS & Heart Rate Accuracy 13:17 Recommendations - The Site ► 🤍 Main Camera ► 🤍 Action Cam ► 🤍 The Drone ► 🤍 All Camera Gear ► 🤍 Instagram ► 🤍 Facebook ► 🤍 Twitter ► 🤍 Strava ► 🤍 Most Music ► 🤍 #Venu2Plus #GarminVenu2Plus #Venu2

Garmin EPIX Long-Term In-Depth Review


Here's your complete Epix in-depth review and 15 New Things to Know, with full accuracy testing, feature comparisons to the Fenix 7 and plenty more! Epix on Amazon: 🤍 (link helps support the channel, thanks!!!) Fenix 7 on Amazon: 🤍 (also helps support the channel!!) No, this isn’t your grandfather's Epix from 2015, but rather, this is Garmin’s new 2nd gen Epix that effectively takes an Epix and elevates it with a full AMOLED color touchscreen display. Now, Garmin officially calls it just ‘Epix’, though you’ll see the 2nd gen bits here and there. In order to save digital typing waste, I’m just going to call it the shortened Epix as well. The Epix Gen2 includes the aforementioned higher resolution and more vivid AMOLED display, but it lacks solar panels or the Fenix 7X flashlight. That’s mainly because solar frankly wouldn’t do much here for this display, and the flashlight isn't quite in the Epix cards for the time being. There are, of course, differences in battery life too, which we’ll get into. But the key thing to know is that even though it has an AMOLED display, it still manages 6 days in always-on display mode – which reaches upwards of 16 days in gesture mode. In other words, for most people, you’re not sacrificing much for a dramatically better display. I’ve been using the Epix now for quite some time, putting it through both daily 24x7 usage as well as workouts and other athletic adventures. Everything from high mountain hiking to ocean swimming, snow-covered escapes, and city testing. All of it in an effort to find out where this watch works well, and where its caveats are. Full written review with accuracy data: 🤍 0:00 Intro Overview 0:56 Model Differences 2:02 AMOLED Display Details 3:19 Battery Life Explainer 4:22 Multi-Band GPS 5:41 Up Ahead Navigation 6:42 Downloadable Maps 7:06 Increased Map Details 7:46 Stamina Pacing 9:00 Phone Configuration of watch 9:54 SkiView Expansion 10:17 Elevate V4 HR Sensor 11:00 Health Snapshot 12:09 Race Predictor Historical Details 12:55 Interface Refresh 13:37 Sleep Mode Options 14:15 Connect IQ On-Watch App Store 14:44 Hardware Tweaks 15:00 Wrap-Up and Recommendations - The Site ► 🤍 Main Camera ► 🤍 Action Cam ► 🤍 The Drone ► 🤍 All Camera Gear ► 🤍 Instagram ► 🤍 Facebook ► 🤍 Twitter ► 🤍 Strava ► 🤍 Most Music ► 🤍 #GarminEpix #Epix #EpixGPS

Garmin Forerunner 955 Solar In-Depth Review: 15 New Things to Know!


Here's your complete swim/bike/run and more in-depth review of the new Garmin Forerunner 955 multisport watch. From new features to accuracy, how it compares to the 945, and plenty more. Full written review: 🤍 0:00 Quick Overview 0:35 New Solar Features 2:20 Multi-Band GPS 3:15 New Touchscreen 3:54 Native Running Power 4:49 Map Downloads via WiFi 5:42 Full HRV Status Tracking 7:00 Training Readiness Explainer 8:17 Morning Report 8:37 Race Planning Features 10:14 Dynamically Created Training Plans 11:02 Real-time Stamina 11:47 Phone-based Config 12:09 Up Ahead Navigation 12:31 Spectator Messaging 13:04 Updated Optical HR Sensor 13:31 Fenix 7 & FR945 LTE Updates 13:50 Heart Rate & GPS Accuracy 15:48 Final Recommendations #Forerunner955 #GarminForerunner955 #Forerunner955Solar

Garmin Edge 1040 vs Rain Storm (Touch Screen Test)


Here’s the ultimate Garmin Edge 1040 touchscreen test in a downpour of rain, to see how well the touchscreen handles from a usability and performance standpoint. I show a slew of options from selecting courses to changing data pages, configuring settings and plenty more. And atop that I also show using the Garmin Edge 1030 Plus side by side in the rain for Edge 1030 rain touchscreen performance. #GarminEdge1040 #Edge1040 #cycling

Wahoo KICKR V6/2022 In-Depth Review: What's new, ride testing, accuracy, and more!


Here's your full in-depth review of the Wahoo KICKR V6/2022, complete with ride testing on Zwift, TrainerRoad, SYSTM, and a deep dive into the accuracy. The biggest change in the Wahoo KICKR V6 is built-in WiFi. With this WiFi connectivity the unit will now allow apps to connect via WiFi, potentially reducing/eliminating dropouts that can occur on ANT+/Bluetooth Smart in some high-RF environments (such as dense apartment buildings). Further, this new WiFi capability also means your Wahoo KICKR gets quietly updated in the background, ensuring it’s always up to date. The most notable ride change is a new ERG Easy Ramp, which automatically transitions back into ERG mode over 10 seconds if you stop (such as for the doorbell), mirroring a similar feature introduced by Elite this summer. Oh, and the price increases by $100, up to $1,299USD. #WahooKICKR #KICKR #IndoorCycling

Garmin EPIX: The Complete Beginners Guide


Looking for almost every new Epix feature explained? In detail and with tons of tips? This is the video for you. In this video I go hands-on with the Epix for a long-form feature explainer showing all the new features as well as many existing features in how they work, step by step. This includes a user interface walk-through of the settings, sport modes, display aspects, map and routing aspects, touchscreen, and plenty more features and functions. If it's new, I've got it covered here. Don't forget to see my full review video linked up above in YouTube, as well as my in-depth written review linked above too. Epix on Amazon: 🤍 (link helps support the channel, thanks!!!) Fenix 7 on Amazon: 🤍 (also helps support the channel!!) 0:00 Intro 0:32 Screen comparison to Fenix 7 1:14 Watch Basics & Heart Rate Features 9:00 Nightime Display Options 11:20 Sport Modes 14:00 Courses & Mapping 16:15 Stamina Pacing 19:25 Multiband GPS 21:22 Broadcasting HR 22:22 Workout Data Pages 23:16 Phone Configuraton of Watch 26:30 Map Manager 28:30 Music, Payments and More The Site ► 🤍 Main Camera ► 🤍 Action Cam ► 🤍 The Drone ► 🤍 All Camera Gear ► 🤍 Instagram ► 🤍 Facebook ► 🤍 Twitter ► 🤍 Strava ► 🤍 Most Music ► 🤍 #GarminEpix #Epix #EpixGPS

Strava Finally Responds


Get Surfshark VPN at 🤍 - Enter promo code RAINMAKER for 83% off and 3 extra months FREE! It’s been two weeks since the Strava Fiasco™ began. Now it's time for Episode 2. Strava decided to increase pricing at varying rates, up to doubling the price for some monthly users. This would apply to their most populous regions/countries, but ultimately to all users. Except, they didn’t tell anyone. Instead, they sent out a boilerplate renewal notice that your subscription was renewing at a higher rate. Meanwhile, when people checked what their renewal price was on the site, it’d show an incorrect lower price. This led me to ask Strava’s PR department what was going on, which triggered a Strava press release, which in turn led to me asking (again) what the actual listed price of Strava was (since it wasn’t listed anywhere). They refused to state it or answer. All of which basically blew up the internets, in both athletic and mainstream media. Got it? Good. Fast forward to this week and Strava has finally made some changes. First, they updated a slate of pages across their site, making it easier to figure out what your new price will be. Second, they’ve posted an apology of sorts, albeit posted to a location you’ll likely never see. And third, as part of their new pricing page, they’ve seemingly violated a slate of EU laws around pricing and consumer rights. In this vidoe, I’m gonna dig through it all, including checking Strava pricing in an absurd number of countries. So, let’s get started. #Strava #StravaPricing #Cycling

Garmin Forerunner 265/265S: Beginners Guide (Start Here!)


Here's your complete how-to guide for the Garmin 265 and 265S - covering almost every feature on the watch with tons of tips and tricks. /// The Pro's Closet: Garmin Forerunner 265 Link: 🤍 Special Discount: DCRAIN40 //// 0:00 The Game Plan 0:36 Sizing, Hardware Overview 3:52 AMOLED Screen in Real-Life 7:27 Watch Face, Daily Activity Tracing, Widgets 12:12 Sleep Tracking 14:49 Morning Report 16:43 HRV Status Deep-Dive 19:56 Training Readiness Deep-Dive 23:59 Training Status (and Load/Recovery) 24:45 Race Calendar, Training Plans, Daily Suggested Workouts 33:12 Sport Modes, Config, LiveTrack 41:39 Native Running Power/Running Dynamics 45:27 Multiband GPS & SatIQ 48:26 Sensors & Pairing 50:18 Navigation, Routing 51:45 Flashlight Feature 53:46 Music Support (Spotify) 57:23 Garmin Pay/Contactless Payments Full written review with accuracy data: 🤍 - The Site ► 🤍 Main Camera ► 🤍 Action Cam ► 🤍 The Drone ► 🤍 All Camera Gear ► 🤍 Instagram ► 🤍 Facebook ► 🤍 Twitter ► 🤍 Strava ► 🤍 Most Music ► 🤍 #GarminFR265 #GarminForerunne265 #Forerunner265

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