Garmin International Inc., one of the largest wearable technology companies, recently announced its latest innovation for some of its smartwatches – the addition of Solar charging capacity. This means that the new solar line from Garmin watches Now the battery life has increased because the solar energy can be used for charging. In addition, these new solar watches have been expanded with technologically advanced sensors and activity-specific profiles in order to better monitor the wearer and his training progress.
As Dan Bartel, Garmin Vice President for Global Consumer Sales, said: “Garmin’s multisport GPS watches are the choice for athletes and adventurers who are ready to push themselves through the next mile or over the next mountain. With our solar functions, the new solar clocks Instinct, fēnix 6 and 6S as well as taktix Delta offer an extraordinary battery life and give customers the opportunity to follow their passion until sunset and beyond.… T.These editions are full of updated and unique features. From new camouflage patterns to surf activity profiles, there is something for everyone with the new members of the Garmin solar family. “
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The Garmin Instinct is one of the smartwatches we mentioned in the Toughest Watches On The Planet, and also one of the best watches for hunting. Obviously, the build quality has proven to be very reliable, even in the event of various abuses in different environments – be it in the city, in the mountains, etc. As a GPS smartwatch, the GPS, GLONASS and Galileo functions also prove to be very helpful impressive accuracy.
However, the Garmin Instinct Solar takes the smartwatch to a whole new level. With its military robustness, it now also offers extended battery life, bolder designs, high-contrast displays and even new activity-specific editions: the Instinct Solar – Surf Edition and the Instinct Solar – Tactical Edition. With these editions, you can train smarter and record your activities more accurately. Another important innovation is the Pulse Ox2 sensor, which can be used to determine the wearer’s oxygen uptake and body battery.
Garmin Fēnix® 6 Solar
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The Garmin Fenix 6 is a particularly impressive and versatile smartwatch, which is why it was included in many of our previous posts, including: Best Surfers, Best Triathlon Watches, Best Survival Watches, and Best Hiking Watches.
With the Garmin Fenix 6 Solar, however, it has been improved. This Solar Edition was built with the Garmin Power Glass solar charging lens and has a customizable Power Manager mode. This way, the wearer can enjoy every activity he does for more days (not just hours)! It promises a lifespan of at least nine days in smartwatch mode indoors and up to 16 days in sunlight. The activity profile has also been updated to offer more choices, especially surfing, mountain biking and indoor climbing.
Additional upgrades to the Fenix 6 Solar include extended sleep monitoring and the Pulsox sensor. There is now also a special widget that shows the wearer’s stress score and provides insights into sleep. The new Fēnix® 6 Solar is also available in a special edition for women Solar Women of Adventure Edition
Garmin Quatix® 6X Solar
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Another smartwatch that has been upgraded is Garmin’s marine-centered GPS smartwatch: the Quatix 6X. It offers numerous advanced functions for fishing, sailing, boating, cruising and other activities on the water. Activity profiles even include canoeing, kayaking, skiing and paddling. For this reason, the Garmin Quatix 6X was listed in the top nautical watches for sailing and the best watches for fishing.
To make the Garmin Quatix 6X much better, Garmin Vice President Global Consumer Sales announced the following: “We are delighted to include solar charging in the new Quatix 6 series and to offer users everything they have come to know and love about this highly developed and networked marine smartwatch series. Now with even longer battery life … The Quatix 6X Solar offers sailors more time on the wrist to enjoy their favorite activities both on the water and on land. ”
That’s why the Garmin Quatix 6X Solar is equipped with a transparent Power Glass solar charging lens over its 1.4-inch display, which is readable by sunlight. At a glance, the wearer can see the sunlight in real time on the smartwatch. Similar to the solar products mentioned above, it also has a Power Manager that allows you to check and adjust the battery consumption of each sensor and the setting of your watch to extend the watch’s battery life.
When it comes to water ability, the Garmin Quatix 6X Solar is waterproof up to 100 meters. It is also compatible with various Garmin chartplotters and other marine electronics. In addition, the Garmin Quatix 6X Solar is also compatible with various ship products, including GPSMAP® 7 × 2/9 × 2/12 × 2 Plus, GPSMAP 10 × 2/12 × 2, GPSMAP 74/7600, GPSMAP 84/8600, GHC ™ 20, GNX ™ Wind and the GNT 10.
Garmin Tactix® Delta Solar
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The Garmin Tactix Delta Solar comes from the Garmin family, which was built according to military standards (MIL-STD-810). It has special tactical functions such as mapping, training, music and others that are used for both the day and the field. It is easily a “ready-to-use” portable device with a stealth mode that disables location sharing and wireless connectivity and immediately wipes all saved data. Of course, its physical construction is also exceptional, as the robust design and sophisticated functions include a large 1.4-inch digital display, a scratch-resistant sapphire lens, a black bezel made of DLC-coated steel, a black rear cover made of PVD-coated steel and one black ones offer tactical nylon QuickFit tape and exposed black metal hardware.
As if that weren’t enough, the Garmin Tactix Delta Solar, now equipped with solar technology to extend battery life, can last up to 21 days indoors and even up to 24 days if there is enough sunlight. That is three weeks of continuous operation in a single charge!
Garmin is indeed committed to his mission, “[create] Superior products for the automotive, aviation, maritime, outdoor and sports industries that are an integral part of our customers’ lives. “With its wearables and other products, the brand has revolutionized life and is helping athletes, adventurers and outdoor enthusiasts to maximize their training and activities. For more information, visit Garmin’s virtual pressroom at garmin.com/newsroom, the Media Relations Department at 913-397-8200, or facebook.com/garmin. twitter.com/garminnews, instagram.com/garminoutdoor or youtube.com/garmin.