For athletes and outdoor adventurers who want the ultimate in a multisport on-wrist trainer, the ultra-rugged fēnix 5X Plus is here. It's our first fēnix series watch to offer a wrist-based Pulse Ox sensor that lets you monitor blood oxygen saturation while you’re sleeping — or spot-check your oxygen levels and altitude acclimation anytime during the day. Other highlights include routable colour TopoActive Europe maps, wrist heart rate, a music player that lets you store and enjoy up to 1000 songs — plus Garmin Pay, our contactless payment solution.
Your roadmap to success
Whether you’re in the city or on the trail, all fēnix 5 Plus Series watches provide built-in mapping and navigation features to help keep you oriented and on course. Full-colour TopoActive Europe mapping comes preloaded with map data optimised for at-a-glance navigation and location tracking. For runners and cyclists, the device also features Trendline popularity routing, which uses millions of kilometres of Garmin Connect™ data to help you to run and cycle like locals — wherever you go.
Premium materials, robust performance
Crafted of premium-grade materials, the fēnix 5 Plus Series is available in a variety of finish choices, including PVD-coated stainless steel bezel with treated silicone watch band, or, for those who want the comfort of a lighter weight metal that's 30% stronger than steel, there's a deluxe titanium bezel version with brushed titanium bracelet. On either version, a bright, high-resolution, full-colour transflective Garmin Chroma Display™ with LED backlighting assures great readability in all ambient conditions even under intense sunlight. For added scratch resistance, all fēnix 5X Plus series models incorporate a high-strength domed sapphire lens.
Do better going higher
When the terrain gets steeper and you have some serious climbing ahead, your fēnix 5X Plus has special ascent features that can really help. The ClimbPro widget provides real-time information on current and upcoming climbs. See the climb gradient, distance and elevation gain for each ascent segment as well as a progress marker that shows how much farther you have to go. On strenuous climbs, the watch's Pulse Ox Acclimation sensor provides additional information. This sensor uses light beams to gauge the absorption of haemoglobin in your bloodstream, so you can assess how well your body's oxygen levels are adjusting to the thinner air at higher altitudes. Additional activity and sleep-related functions are monitored by the Pulse Ox sensor as well.
Pulse Ox and advanced sleep tracking
The Pulse Ox sensor on your fēnix 5X Plus watch uses light beams at your wrist to gauge your body’s blood oxygen saturation level. Turn on the Pulse Ox feature to gauge your SpO2 overnight — or use it to take a spot measurement anytime you want to check how well your body is absorbing oxygen. For added insight on your sleep patterns, fēnix 5X Plus also tracks your light, deep and REM stages along with your movements throughout the night. When you wake up, it’s easy to review and compare your sleep stats in the Garmin Connect app.