So i’ve been rocking the Ambit2 for a few months now in hopes of getting a good idea of how this watch compares to not only the original Ambit but also the Garmin Fenix. After a number of issues with the Garmin Fenix dropping signal, restarting and failing despite plenty of battery life, I knew it was time to switch to another watch.
Now remember, this watch is primarily for adventure runners, ultra runners, explorers, long-distance hikers and the like. If you are running a majority on roads, I’d recommend sticking with a road-specific model (seeing as this is so expensive and loaded with tons of mountain-specific features). But the Ambit2 features some nifty new multi-sport tracking tools for you triathletes.
Enjoy the review above and if you have any specific questions about the Ambit2, leave me a comment and I’ll get back to you as soon as possible. Thanks and be sure to share!
- GPS Speed
- Ultratrack Intervals
- HeartRate Monitor comfort
- No Vibrating Alert
- Computer Dependant
- Load Times
- Ant+ Wonkiness
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