The market is already crowded with smart watches, for every taste and budget. Manufacturers of such fitness devices need to somehow stand out from the stream, and Garmin understood this in its own way. Smart watches MARQ Commander, with the exception of several unique additions, offer a completely standard set of functions, but the price tag for a watch will surprise you.
What the manufacturer always tries to surprise is the selection of high-quality materials and a special design. This watch option makes them look like spy gadgets from science fiction films.
A 1.2-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 240 x 240 pixels and sapphire crystal protection. The body is made of titanium alloy with diamond-like carbon (DLC). There are two options for jacquard weave straps – nylon and silicone. Immersion to a depth of 10 meters indicates the presence of protection against water.
The battery capacity of the watch is not indicated on the site, but up to 12 days of battery life with GPS and other means of communication disabled are stated.
There SmartWatch has a 32 GB drive, which can be used to store music tracks and offline maps.
Among the sensors there is a wide variety in the form of: GPS, compass, barometer, accelerometer and thermometer. In addition to navigation, the watch can display the date and time, as well as track steps taken, count calories burned and the distance traveled. Full compatibility with both Android and iOS, and of course the synchronization of the data received by the smartphone with the smartphone.
Garmin MARQ Commander – night mode
As in real spy movies, this device allows you to delete data from the drive with one click or switch to stealth mode, which disables wireless connections and stops synchronization with your smartphone, as well as sharing GPS with it.
Garmin MARQ Commander Navigation
At the same time, the watch has a huge price tag – Garmin MARQ Commander retails for 1950. This is probably the most unforeseen feature that will definitely distinguish them from the gray mass of such devices.
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