Garmin India has launched today its first ever lifestyle watch – Instinct whiich is GPS-enabled smartwatch with built-in 3-axis compass and barometric altimeter plus multiple global navigation satellite systems (GPS, GLONASS and Galileo) support and wrist-based heart rate monitor.
The Instinct comes in a fiber-reinforced polymer case and is thermal, shock, and water resistant (U.S military standard 810G). The fiber-reinforced polymer case adds strength and durability. It has chemically-strengthened, scratch-resistant display and with its high-contrast ratio, it enables you to read in bright sunlight also.
This smartwatch is equipped with multiple global navigation satellite systems (GPS, GLONASS and Galileo) and can track users’ location in more challenging environments than with just GPS alone. With built-in wrist based heart rate monitor, users can also track daily activity, stress, sleep and other wellness data. It keeps track of heart rate, steps taken, distance traveled, calories burned and more. Hiking, running, biking, swimming, kayaking and skiing are just a few of the activities supported on the device.
This smarwatch can be paired with smartphone and Garmin Connect online fitness community for automatic uploads, live tracking and the GroupTrack feature.
The Instinct comes in three colors- Flame Red, Graphite and Tundra and is priced Rs.26,990. It is available at Garmin’s authorized stores, select Helios stores and Online shopping portals like thegarminstore.in, Paytmmall and Amazon.in.
Commenting on the launch, Mr. Ali Rizvi, National Sales Manager – Garmin India said, “India is a very important market for Garmin and holds a great potential for the lifestyle segment. We are excited to introduce INSTINCT as its India’s first Lifestyle watch for the people who wish to have an approachable smartwatch that is rugged and reliable. Built on U.S. military standard 810G for thermal, shock and water resistance, the watch holds all the technologically advanced features for the people who loves to explore outdoor experiences.”