Example Time Flies Configurations

The examples below show how Time Flies settings can be used to customize the looks and the contents of this face. For detailed explanation of how different settings work, please have a look at the Time Flies user manual.

For general info on Connect IQ app settings, please refer to Changing Garmin Connect IQ app settings.

V3_white_simple

v3white_sword

935_roman_small

f5p_white_arrow_1

f5sp

f5sp_round_orange

d2d_yellow_sport

f5xp_dots

descent_black

descent__white_wedge_large_1

white_tapered2

d2d_white_jet2

These are just some of the possibilities. You can explore, experiment and find your own favorite configuration. A detailed description of each feature and more images illustrating how it works can be found in Time Flies user manual.

6 thoughts on “Example Time Flies Configurations”

  1. Hello and thanks!

    This is explained in the chapter “Locked features” of the manual – “If you select any option that requires a key, but you don’t have a valid key, the selected option either will not be activated, or it will default to the nearest option in the list that does not need the key. In addition, a key icon will appear in the icon list on top of the face, or in the DBox.”

  2. Hello.
    What means the icon near bluetooth that look like a key ? I dont see this icon on any screen on yor manual. I have Garmin Venu. By the way – great watchface 😀

  3. Yes, this is expected behavior. Unfortunately Garmin does not allow the watch face to be updated every second on Chronos. Time Flies only shows the second hand if it can be displayed permanently.

  4. Since you’re asking this question, my guess is that your watch might not allow showing the second hand. By Garmin’s design, this is only possible on the newer models, beginning with fenix 5, and on these the second hand is enabled by default.

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