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Real-Time
Nutrition Data

Start training with real-time glucose data. Know exactly where your fuel levels are right now, and where they're headed next. Make real-time nutrition adjustments and start discovering the power of endless energy.

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Live Glucose Reading
Know where your glucose levels are at any time. Know when to fuel to maintain your optimal energy levels ⁠— your Glucose Performance Zone.
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Know where your glucose levels are headed so you can make real-time fueling decisions to feel better and go faster longer.
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Connects with the supersapiens app
The Supersapiens app acts as a communication bridge between the Abbott Libre Sense Glucose Sport Biosensor and your compatible Garmin device. The biosensor does not connect directly to your Garmin device.
compatible with:
Fēnix 6
Fēnix 6 pro
Fēnix 6s
Fēnix 6s pro
Fēnix 6x pro
Fēnix 5 plus
Fēnix 5s plus
Fēnix 5x plus
Forerunner 245
Forerunner 745
Forerunner 945
Forerunner 245 music
Venu
Venu SQ
Venu SQ music
Vivoactive 4
Vivoactive 4S
Edge 1030 Plus
Edge 1030
Edge 830
Edge 530
Edge 130 Plus
Edge 130
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