Not Just Any Watch: Garmin Steps It Up



For more than 25 years, Garmin has been on the go with GPS devices designed specifically for work and play. In 2004, Garmin invented the wrist-worn portable navigation GPS with its Forerunner 201. Today, Garmin is stepping up its game again with the latest in smartwatch technologies.


Ready Wherever You Are: The fēnix 3 Multisport GPS Smartwatch
The fēnix 3 is a rugged, fashion-forward multisport GPS smartwatch. More than just a GPS, the fēnix 3 provides advanced fitness metrics, like running speeds and estimates your VO2 max, which is the amount of oxygen you consume each minute. Whatever your fitness routine involves, the fēnix 3 has the metrics you need, including your lap pace in the pool or the vertical drop on your last snowboard run. The watch faces are completely customizable through the Connect IQ platform, with your choice of data fields, widgets and activities. Housed in a distinctive stainless steel bezel, this watch looks just as good off the track as you do.

Vivoactive 2

Slim and Sleek: The vívoactive GPS Smartwatch
For people looking for more of a toned-down profile, the Garmin vívoactive GPS smartwatch is made to measure. On the outside, its ultra-thin design measures just 8 mm deep, offering a sleek, stylish profile. Its built-in sports apps for running, biking, swimming and golfing come fully loaded with the features you need, without being tied to a cell phone.


Flying With Style: The D2 Bravo Pilot Smartwatch
Designed specifically for the cockpit, the D2 Bravo pilot watch has all the features you would expect from Garmin in a thin, elegant smartwatch. It includes a METAR screen for the latest aviation weather information, a bar-adjustable altimeter, international time references, timers and alerts, as well as dedicated buttons for direct-to and nearest airports from Garmin’s worldwide airport database. If you have a VIRB XE action camera along for the flight, connect to it from your D2 Bravo smartwatch. All these features come inside a scratch-resistant optical sapphire lens and a color display that’s easy to read — day or night.


Responsive Mapping: The epix Full-Color Mapping ABC Smartwatch
When you need to know exactly where you’re standing, take a look at Garmin’s epix. Its 1.4-inch, high-resolution color touchscreen gives you a shaded relief basemap of every corner of the United States, and 8 GB of internal storage to load even more maps.. This smartwatch also comes with a built-in altimeter, barometer, three-axis compass and a variety of fitness apps you can use on your next skiing, hiking or trail running adventure.

Don’t forget to share your outdoor adventures with us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and use hashtag #HaveNoLimits. 

By: David Weedmark

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