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On the positives, first is that the Epix has the larger 1.4” full color touch screen.
The main point of this enlarged screen being to display maps like above.
While the watch is no doubt bigger (in every way) than the slim and sleek FR920XT, it doesn’t feel much different than the older FR910XT from a size standpoint.
So if the FR910XT didn’t bother you, I doubt the Epix will either.
Now, there is one hardware feature that strangely isn’t found in the Epix watch – which is Wi Fi.
Despite being available in all other recent high-end Garmin units, it didn’t make the cut for the Epix.
The first is at 9US without detailed maps, and the second is at 9US with the TOPO US 100K maps.
Keep in mind though you can easily download free maps from the interwebs, so I wouldn’t let that bother you too much.
There are some hardware differences though, mostly positive, but one negative (no Wi Fi).
This includes features not found in the base FR920XT, like the Sight ‘N Go capability as well as the Trac Back functions.
Further, unlike the FR920XT you can control the zoom levels and change it as required on the fly.
For the triathletes in the house though, you weren’t left behind.
As noted above, it carries with it all of the triathlon-focused functionality found in the new Fenix3 and the FR920XT (for those who haven’t read the Fenix3 post yet, all you really need to know is that there’s nothing new tri-specific software-wise that’s not in the FR920XT already).