I'm looking at a few different Garmin watches and considering getting one rather soon.
I am mainly into running, I would like to be able to run rather far in the future, but for now I'm aiming to just get "good at it" (one thing at a time). I'm also doing strength workouts two times every week (tbh only to maintain some muscle mass and optimize my running) and yoga every day, but those I'm not sure if I'm that interested in tracking. My original thought with the watch was that it would be good to know my pulse while I run, but I don't know how much of an obsession this will turn into.
Now, my wrists are small, so the new launches are quite interesting to me since they seem to be smaller than the regular ones (they are also prettier). I've been eyeing the Venu, Vívoactive 4s and Fenix 6s. The Fenix is considerably more expensive and got a lot more features, but I'm not sure if I need them? The Venu is the prettiest, but I feel like it might not be worth it over the Vívoactive 4s. I know Forerunner sounds like it should be it, but the only one I can consider out of all those is the Forerunner 245 Music that's white, I would change the strap because it's too white for my taste, but I can't stand black watches, so that's why I'm completely disregarding all the other ones (sadly).
Overall, I just feel a bit lost. What would you all do if you were in my place?
I don't believe I'll ever be a regular marathon runner, but it would be nice to have a gps watch.