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GARMIN LAUNCHED TACTIX CHARLIE, A FITNESS WATCH THAT PROBABLY HAS MORE FUNCTIONALITY THAN YOU NEED

Locating your way around strange territory can be getting a whole lot easier. Rather than depending for your phone for GPS abilities, you may now just look down at your wrist. Garmin has added the new Tactix Charlie, heralded as a “new-and-progressed, ruggedized GPS wearable” that brings together special tactical functionality and mapping-improved navigation. And of path, as it’s a wearable, it also comes complete with fitness training features.

Garmin Tactix Charlie Multisport GPS Watch Design

Garmin’s tactix Charlie is designed to withstand the test of time. It’s far scratch-resistant, has a black titanium rear cowl plus stainless steel buttons. The phone is 1.2-inch display with domed sapphire lens that is usually-on and is readable even underneath the sunlight. The watch works with QuickFit bands so that you can without problems swap the bands depending on your style or mood–metal, leather-based, or silicone.

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Garmin Tactix Charlie Multisport GPS Watch Features

The watch comes pre-loaded with full-color topographic maps, advanced performance metrics and several built-in activities. You could download and keep up to 16 GB of map information, which include marine charts. The watch will allow you to create and observe courses in addition to mark places. Additional built-in navigation capabilities encompass a three-axis compass, gyroscope and barometric altimeter, in addition to GPS and GLONASS.

Water rated down to 100 meters, the tracker works for 12 days on a single charge in smartwatch mode and 20 hours in GPS mode. There is also a power saver mode which you can use to extend battery life.

Garmin Tactix Charlie Multisport GPS Watch Price

The Garmin Tactix Charlie Multisport GPS Watch will be available with a $749.99 price tag when it rolls out next quarter. If you want cheaper than this, then the Apple Watch Series 3 is the only one that’s just right, revealed at los angeles tech events.