If you are a smartwatch user who often hits up the waters for days or even weeks, then a regular smartwatch like the Samsung Galaxy Watch or Apple Watch ain’t going to cut it. Not only will the battery conk out way before you make it back to the shore but they also lack the marine features. In this instance, it calls for a smartwatch that is crafted with mariners in mind.
Well, folks, meet the Garmin Quatix 7 Pro, a sophisticated smartwatch blending marine functionality with fitness, wellness, and convenience features. But this ain’t no single-minded smartphone. It has a dual purpose. It is designed for maritime activities but styled for everyday wear.
Crafted with a durable yet sleek build, including a 1.3” AMOLED display with scratch-resistant sapphire lens and titanium bezels, it combines toughness with elegance. Moreover, with this watch, adventures do not stop after dark – thanks to a built-in LED flashlight with variable intensities and strobe modes. Heck, this thing could count as a survivor tool too.
Boasting tailored marine apps like Trolling Motor Remote and Fish Forecast, the Garmin Quatix 7 Pro empowers users on the water. It provides control over compatible Garmin marine equipment and supports advanced navigation for land and sea exploration.
In addition to marine capabilities, the watch accommodates over 30 activity profiles, fitness metrics, sleep monitoring, and Garmin’s ECG app for health insights. With smart features such as notifications, music storage, Garmin Pay, and more, this high-performance smartwatch suits both marine enthusiasts and everyday users.
If you are an avid mariner and have always wanted a smart timepiece crafted for mariners, well then, the Garmin Quatix 7 Pro Marine Smartwatch is for you but be warned though, it ain’t cheap. It will run you back at a cool $999.99. Well, at least its battery lasts for weeks as opposed to days. We are talking about over 2 weeks, or up to 16 days here. Take that fruit company!
Also, a grand is probably a fraction of the price of your lovely yacht. Oh, oh wait. Did we mention that this watch is made with recycled ocean-bound plastics? Yup. Love thy ocean, baby.