Garmin’s adventure-based smartwatch line starts at $1,500

If driving isn’t your sport, the collection consists of the Pilot ($ 1,950), with a slide rule for computing jet fuel use; Captain ($ 1,850), which has wind speed, temperature and tide info; Exploration ($ 1,750), with an engraved 360- degree compass bezel; and Professional athlete ($ 1,500), which can show your healing time on the its face.

As Gizmodo explains, the smartwatches do an excellent job of appearing like regular wrist watches. In addition to hobby-specific tools, they share much of the smartwatch innovation that Garmin currently uses in its other wearables. That consists of e-mail and call notices, a reflective display screen, music with Bluetooth streaming, NFC payments and an optical heart/pulse oximeter sensor.

This isn’t the very first time Garmin has released high-end, specific niche watches. In 2016, its Fenix Chronos golf watch sold for $899 Offered the MARQ collection’s high prices, these may go the method of the Apple Watch Edition, which was a high-end but was terminated after 3 years Generally, while these are for sale, they may also be for show.

We happily present The MARQ Collection. 5 remarkable modern-day tool watches. Forged from our DNA. Authentic in every information. #MARQcollection joE6

— Garmin (@Garmin) March 13, 2019

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