Updating more than one garmin
Speaking of that list, here it is: Fenix 3, Fenix 3 HR, Fenix Chronos, Forerunner 35, 230, 235, 630 and 735XT, Approach S20/X40, D2 Bravo, Tactix Bravo, Quatix 3, Vivofit 3, Vivosmart HR, Vivosmart HR , Vivoactive HRThe general trend you see there is basically devices released in the last 12 months ( the Fenix3).
Devices such as the FR15, FR25, FR920XT, Epix, and Vivomove/Vivofit1/Vivofit2 are all missing.
I could inversely now use just the Fenix3 for some steps and then see the FR35 display updated (which I’ve tried, and it works too).
Aside from the sale of physical GPS devices, they earn much of their income from premium services, software apps, hardware accessories and the sale of maps.
One of the major selling points of Fitbit’s ever-expanding wearables, particularly fashion-focused wearables is the ability to change between multiple devices during the day.
You could start the morning off with a workout on the bulkier Fitbit Surge GPS, and then transition to a slimmer activity tracker for the remainder of the day.
You have full access to the maps in Base Camp for route-planning purposes, and the maps can be kept up to date through regular downloads from Garmin.
If you don't have an optical drive in your computer, or want a set of maps that's not carried by dealers in your area, a second option is downloading maps directly from Garmin's website.
If you've purchased a map update or lifetime membership from Garmin, you can download map updates through the Garmin Express program.