Garmin has made a range of updates to its wearables at CES 2015. There's an update to the Fenix training watch, now in its third generation, as well as a new product, the Epix. 

The Fenix 3 is designed to appeal to the adventurer within you, with a design that looks great when training, or just when worn casually. 

It offers a full suite of fitness training functions, however, including GPS and GLONASS satellite tracking, heart rate, as well as support for a full range of ANT+ sensors.

It's as home on a trail run as it is kayaking, with a waterproofing down to 5 atmospheres, a colour display, and Connect IQ customisation options. It updates the previous Fenix 2.

There are two versions of the Fenix 3, a regular model, as well as the Sapphire, which comes with a metal link wristband and sapphire glass scratch resistant display.

The Fenix 3 Sapphire will cost you $599.99, however, so you might opt for the equally well featured normal Fenix 3 version at $499.99.

If you're after wrist-based mapping, then the new Epix is the device for you. This brings you a 1.4-inch colour display on which you can view global mapping.

It's equipped with GPS/GLOSNASS so you'll be able to examine the terrain around you, and it comes with a 1-year subscription to satellite imagery too.

There's a full suite of training functions in addition to the compass, altimeter and barometer and it's waterproof to 50 metres. Again, you can customise the visuals using Connect IQ.

The Garmin Epix will cost you $549.99 with worldwide mapping.