The gap between smartwatches and luxury watches It was pretty stark when wrist computers first came out: heavy plastic versus smooth metal. But now, the second generation of the Garmin MARQ range is bridging the gap. These five powerful smartwatches look just as desirable and beautiful as the luxury watches that cost 10 times as much with one eighth of the functionality. In addition, each watch in the collection caters to a specific archetype – athlete, adventurer, golfer, captain and pilot – featuring activity-specific features, specially selected materials, and a battery life of up to 16 days.
To craft these digital artworks, Garmin makes the case out of grade 5 titanium (common for aircraft stabilizers and aircraft turbines). The gorgeous AMOLED touchscreen is masked by a domed sapphire lens, making the watch stronger and brighter than its previous iterations. Every watch in the Garmin MARQ collection Has the health and wellness of the brand 24/7 Features that track wrist-based heart rate, breathing, pressure, sleep and body Battery power monitoring. There are also some new things.
Jet Lag Advisor has been created Time difference. The kit also adds support for multi-band GNSS, multi-frequency GPS (L1 + L5), and Garmin SatIQ technology, and automatically selects the correct satellite position for frighteningly accurate positioning dates in any environment – with less battery demand.
“The MARQ range is a true testament to Garmin’s commitment to superior quality, innovation and reliability,” said Dan Bartell, Garmin’s vice president of global consumer sales in a statement. “MARQ watches are reliable modern-day gadgets, original to our brand and designed for the markets we have served for over 30 years. With original feature sets, smartwatch functionality and stunning luxury materials, MARQ sets a new standard in traditional watchmaking.”