The Garmin Quatix 3 will be close to you in any extreme environment. Garmin has designed an edition of the Fenix 3 sport fitness wearable that can be used for underwater activities. Quatix 3 borrowed everything people know and like about the above-mentioned system and brings plenty of water-friendly options.
For example, the product can gather information from suitable underwater receptors straight to the wearable face, allowing users to monitor activities even when they cannot be present there. Customers would also be capable to remotely manage their Virb digicam and Fusion underwater stereo directly from the watch.
Quatix 3 can be linked to Garmin’s Connect cellular application, and can push data from and to the smart phone as necessary. If people will do this, however, they will find out that the wearable will store precise tide data about the area where they are located.
This information will remain available for almost a week in case that something happens down the line. The product also maintains the same GLONASS and GPS options as its forerunner, and will work for almost a day with that component triggered.
If you would want to use this as a regular watch and prolong the battery power, the company guarantees that it will last for over a month on just one charge. Like other similar GPS wearables, Quatix 3 has multi sport features for playing golf, SUP, diving, climbing, snowboarding, running and many more.
With everyday activity tracking and linked functions, it also works as a fashionable smart watch. Customers can monitor all their steps, usage or sleep and then easily send all their information to the company’s improved mobile application.
They can connect the wearable to a suitable smart phone for calls, text messages and email notices directly from watch. In addition to the functions, Quatix 3 is compatible with Connec IQ, so people can personalize their device with a series of digital faces, information areas, icons and applications.
Obviously, the conditions in seawater are not as easy on a device as the ones you would meet during a normal dive in the pool. That is why the company has enhanced the watch to resist against 300 feet of water, incorporated the scratch-resistant lens on its dial while covering it up with glass-fiber strengthened cases.
If that seems like the kind of thing which will appeal to many, the Quatix 3 is scheduled to arrive in the next months with a price tag of $600.
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