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Garmin

Garmin Instinct Smartwatch

Garmin Instinct Smartwatch
$300  Buy Comment

Garmin’s Instinct is for people looking for a durable and long-lasting smartwatch. It is resistant to shock, heat, and water. It lasts up to 16 hours while using the GPS, or up to 14 days in standby per charge. It also has preloaded activity profiles for exercising.

Garmin Fenix 5 Plus Smartwatch

Garmin Fenix 5 Plus Smartwatch
$800+  Buy Link Comment

Garmin’s latest smartwatch features colored Trendline route maps, storage for up to 500 songs and support for contactless payment. The premium version can even measure oxygen levels at high altitudes. Available in a variety of sizes and colorways.

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inReach Mini Satellite Communicator

inReach Mini Satellite Communicator
$350  Buy Link Comment

Garmin’s inReach Mini fits in the palm of your hand and weighs just 4.23oz. You can send preset messages on the device itself, or type longer messages using your phone and send them from anywhere in the world. It also provides GPS navigation and has an SOS feature.

Garmin Virb 360

Garmin Virb 360
$800  Buy Link Comment

The Virb 360 action camera shoots true 4K 30fps 360º video, ready to be shared as soon as you stop recording. It can also output 5.7K, 5K and 3K unstitched raw footage. Its apps let you add stabilization and telemetry data. It also comes with a tripod-handgrip.

Garmin Virb Ultra 30

Garmin Virb Ultra 30
$500  Buy Link Comment

Garmin’s newest action camera looks a lot like a GoPro – it’s housing is even compatible with GoPro accessories – but the Virb Ultra 30 has a couple of unique features, including voice commands, 3-axis electronic image stabilization and performance data overlays.

Garmin Fenix Chronos

Garmin Fenix Chronos
$900-$1500  Buy Link Comment

A smartwatch for the extreme outdoorsman. The Garmin Fenix Chronos has an always on backlit LED display, a compass, altimeter, comprehensive running and fitness tracking features and phone notifications. It lasts up to one week per charge.

Garmin HUD

Garmin HUD
$130  Buy Link Comment

A display peripheral for Garmin’s Android, iOS and Windows Phone 8 apps. The HUD connects to mobile devices via Bluetooth and displays traffic information on your windshield using a lens or a transparent film. Apps sold separately.

Garmin Edge 500

Garmin Edge 500
$250+  Buy Comment

Designed to be mounted on your bike’s handlebars, Garmin’s Edge 500 weighs a scant 2 oz; it’ll not only track distance, speed, location and elevation but is ANT+ compatible.

Garmin Foretrex 301/401

Garmin Foretrex 301/401

Garmin’s new Foretrex 301/401 is rugged, wearable GPS navigators that work in heavy tree cover or deep canyons; they also sport TracBack, which takes you back to where you started.

Garmin Oregon 550

Garmin Oregon 550
$500-$600  Buy Comment

It may not be much to look at, but Garmin’s Oregon 550/550t navigator adds several significant features: a 3.2MP camera, geotags, 3-axis compass and sunlight readable touchscreen.

GA Nuvifone M20

GA Nuvifone M20

The first Garmin-Asus nuvifone to run WinMo 6.1, the M20 features a 2.8″ TFT touch lens display, 4GB/8GB storage, EDGE/HSDPA, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, real-time traffic and navigation.

Garmin-Asus Nuviphone

Garmin-Asus Nuviphone

They sound like an odd couple, but Garmin and Asus are partnering on the nuvifone G60, a navi-focused cellphone which will feature 3.5G speeds, a Webkit-browser and a touchscreen.

Garmin FR60 Watch

Garmin FR60 Watch
$130  Buy Comment

Garmin’s FR60 Fitness Watch makes the most of the company’s GPS offerings: it tracks your time, heart rate and calories and then syncs them to your PC via an ANT+ wireless receiver.

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