My Garmin Fenix 6 Is At Software Version 4.10, My MARQ Expedition At 5.10 — They Both Have The ‘Respiration’ Widget.
I had heard about software 4.10 for the Fenix 6 yesterday. I was, at that point, still at 3.80. Late last night, i.e., Friday, September 27, 2019, I connected the Fenix 6 to Garmin Express. Got the update pretty quickly. Took a few minutes to install, but there were no problems. Pretty smooth.
As you can see from the above descriptions, which I got from ‘Garmin Forums’, they essentially track each other. That is good — albeit with the newer Fenix 6 leading the way and the MARQ getting the features added on. But, not an issue. Garmin is doing the MARQ updates quickly. Hope it carries on like that.
The only new enhancement that really interested me was the ‘all day respiration’ widget. I installed it on both watches. Neat. I even read how it works — by minutely analysing changes in heart rate at the millisecond level. It is good to have a widget that tells you that you are still breathing! At my age that can be an issue. I like the readings I am seeing. They look OK to I, but I have no idea if they are accurate.
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Another gorgeous day in Central New Hampshire and the colors just adds to the glory. What a joy it is to be able to walk through this beauty. I stopped myself from taking too many pictures. There is only so many I can share with you. Plus, I did basically the same walk as yesterday, plus I will be doing it again next week. So, I wanted to keep some scenes for future shots. Tomorrow is my day off from walking/running but I will try to take some pictures — maybe even with my Canon EOS RP running Firmware 1.3. Enjoy.
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She worked it out today and was very pleased with herself.
You must have worked it out.
You need to have enough hair or wear a wig so that you can have a big bun on top of your head.
Thought it might amuse you. Amused I.
Hula Hoop collection and my custom holder for them.