Garmin Fenix 5 Price in Singapore & Specifications

A successor to the ageing Fenix 3HR, the Garmin Fenix 5 is one of the most powerful and functional multisport watches available in the market today. It is packed with features and metrics for individuals who want to measure every activity, statistic, and variable. Find out more about the Garmin Fenix 5 below.

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A successor to the ageing Fenix 3HR, the Garmin Fenix 5 is one of the most powerful and functional multisport watches available in the market today. It is packed with features and metrics for individuals who want to measure every activity, statistic, and variable. Find out more about the Garmin Fenix 5 below.

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Display Size


Display Resolution

240 x 240pixels

iOS compatibility


Android compatibility


Recommended at Shopee
S$ 479.00
S$ 1,099.00

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Cheapest Garmin Fenix 5 Price in Singapore is S$ 479.00

The Garmin Fenix 5 is now available in Singapore. The cheapest Garmin Fenix 5 price in Singapore is S$ 479.00 from Shopee. You can also choose between different Garmin Fenix 5 variants with 47mm Slate Gray Black starting from S$ 581.47. Garmin Fenix 5 price details are updated November 2020.

Garmin Fenix 5 Price Guide

Price List by Country for Garmin Fenix 5

Country International Price Price in SGD
Indonesia IDR 5.350.000 S$ 508.00
Malaysia MYR 1,999.00 S$ 656.00
Philippines PHP 22,520.00 S$ 628.00
Singapore SGD 479.00 S$ 479.00

Garmin Fenix 5 Price in Singapore by Variants

Variants Price Store
Garmin Fenix 5 47mm Slate Gray Black S$ 581.47 Shopee
Garmin Fenix 5 47mm Black Sapphire Black Offer unavailable

Garmin Fenix 5 Specs

Display Size 1.2"
Display Resolution 240 x 240pixels
Always-on Display Yes
Multi-touch Yes
Display Type LCD
Operating System
iOS compatibility Yes
Android compatibility Yes
Operation System Proprietary
Windows Phone Compatibility Yes
Housing Material Stainless Steel
Housing Shape Round
Weight 85g
Dimensions (W x H x D) 47 x 47 x 15.5mm
Watch Strap
Watch Strap Material Silicone
Removable Strap Yes
Internal Storage 16GB
Memory Card Slot No
Messaging No
Heart Rate Yes
Pedometer Yes
Sleep Tracker Yes
Stopwatch Yes
Music Player No
Radio No
Wi-Fi No
Bluetooth Yes
Cellular Yes
Shockproof No
Water Resistant Yes
Scratchproof Yes
Dustproof Yes
Built-in Microphone No
SIM Card Slot No
Battery Life 24h
Built-in Camera No

Garmin Fenix 5 Singapore – A Heavyweight Sports Watch for the Fitness Buff

If you are looking for a sports watch that provides plenty of information to track your daily activity levels, then the Garmin Fenix 5 is exactly what you are looking for. Offering a wealth of battery life, the ability to track almost every activity, and a flurry of other features, the Garmin Fenix 5 is meant for adrenaline junkies and intrepid adventurers. Below is a rundown of the highlights on the Garmin Fenix 5.

Rugged and Durable Build Quality

For a watch meant to be worn outdoors for sports and activities, it should be durable enough to withstand rough weather conditions. The Garmin Fenix 5 has a rugged build that can take some serious abuse and come out unscathed. Five screws hold a bevelled, black bezel in place with five buttons surrounding the watch’s display. The decision to opt for buttons on either side of the display is a great decision by Garmin as it allows for better navigation, especially for sweaty and gloved hands. The sports watch also has water resistance up to 100 meters, which means that it is ever ready to tackle any water sports ahead.

This Garmin sports watch comes in three variants, with the Fenix 5 being the mid-size version. There is a smaller Fenix 5S and a larger Fenix 5X for users to choose from depending on the size of their wrists. They basically have the same look and functions, the only differences being their size and weight.

Always-On Colour Display

Garmin has equipped the Fenix 5 with an always-on colour display with a transflective surface that utilises the sunlight to make the screen brighter and more legible even under direct sunlight. However, the display resolution of 218 x 218 pixels is lower than that of many smartwatches, but this should not be a deal breaker, considering the other features it offers and the fact that you won’t be watching videos or playing games on it anyway.

Trackable Activities

Rather than asking what the Garmin Fenix 5 track, maybe we should be asking what it can’t instead. Apart from running, the watch can also record metrics for a variety of other activities such as hiking, climbing, mountain biking, snowboarding, and swimming. Different metrics will be recorded for different sports. For example, the data tracked for swimming include the type of stroke, swim efficiency, heart rate, etc whereas the information that will be collected for running include speed, distance ran, heart rate, etc.

After an active session is complete, the Fenix 5 will analyse the data collected and advise on the appropriate time that you should rest before you start on the next activity to avoid fatigue or overtraining.

Long-Lasting Battery Life

Despite its small stature, the Fenix 5 delivers impressive battery longevity. If you are not using the built-in GPS or the heart rate monitor, the watch can last up to 2 weeks before recharging is required. If the GPS is always on, you are still able to get at least 14 hours of usage out of the watch, which should be more than enough to track all your activity for the day.

Reviews of Garmin Fenix 5
Reviewed on 2017-05-17
The Fenix 5X ($1,099, the version tested) is the flagship model of Garmin's new premium Fenix 5 series GPS running smartwatches. The other models are the 5S and 5 (both from $899 each).The major difference among the three models lies in the size of their...
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Reviewed on 2018-06-18
Meanwhile, the higher end Fenix 5X Plus also gets new Pulse Oximetry hardware/software solution that's even likely to be approved as a medical device. Atop all that are a pile of new software features, most heavily focused on the hiking realm, but also ap...
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Reviewed on 2018-01-10
The smartwatches are a new breed of gadgets which, similarly to the smartphones, have evolved from the traditional wearable (that could have been mechanical or with a battery, and some were waterproof / water-resistant) to a device more suitable for this...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-29
Slimmer, more attractive design than its predecessor, Display is easy to read in sunlight, Tracks every sport profile under the sun, Accurate GPS tracking, 10 ATM water rating, Variety of different models/pricing tiers available, Two-week battery life...
Heart rate monitor could be more accurate, Sleep tracking is a bit lacking, Garmin Connect still isn't user friendly, No local music storage, Pricey
It's been a few months since Garmin took the wraps off its three new fitness watches, the fenix 5, fenix 5S, and fenix 5X. Even though these are some of the most capable, feature-packed GPS running watches on the market, they only provide a handful of no...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-25
Durable desig, Outdoor-readable displa, Long battery lif, Customizable display
Expensiv, Low-resolution screen
After taking a year off from releasing a premium outdoor GPS watch, Garmin has returned with a trio of go-anywhere, track-anything devices. The fenix 5 and its various iterations are meant for people planning to spend a lot of time deep in the woods, on t...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-16
Garmin's Fenix 5 is an impressive smartwatch for people serious about fitness or the outdoors, but probably both too much and too little for people expecting something like the Apple Watch.The Fenix 5 display without backlighting, in direct sunlight and c...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-30
Lighter, smaller Fenix option, Tracks everything and then some, Works with iOS, Android, and desktop computers, Long battery life
Expensive, Notification interaction is bad, Cluttered mobile app
It turns out that a giant multisport watch doesn't have to be a giant multisport watch.Case in point: the new Garmin Fenix 5. Garmin has taken its big, aggressive, I Am A Serious Outdoors Person line of Fenix multisport watches and shrunk it into somethin...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-23
Since introduced, I've been testing a pile of watches. I've amassed 63 workouts on them in that time frame across three continents and from tropical waters to the icy mountains of the Alps. Not to mention the stack of workouts that The Girl (my stunning w...
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Reviewed on 2017-01-04
This year the release is all about making the line-up more appealing to a broader user base. The Fenix 3 series was already Garmin's most successful watch series ever. While the company has never released specific Fenix 3 numbers, they have beat around th...
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Reviewed on 2017-01-04
LAS VEGASGarmin has updated its Fenix line of high-end multisport watches annually for the past few years, and 2017's update will be welcome by all those with smaller wrists (myself included). This week Garmin announced the new Fenix 5 line of fitness wat...
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Reviewed on 2017-05-25
Measure everything really well (mostly), Superb battery life
Some months ago, we raved about the Garmin Fenix Chronos executive fitness tracking smartwatch. It outperformed all other fitness devices in what it measured, how it looked and in battery life. It was brilliant. But really, really expensive.Now Garmin has...
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