Garmin’s newest smartwatch lineup, the MARQ Collection, made some pretty major waves and garnered them more than a few admirers. But both the fans and the brand themselves realized that — while the assemblage included timepieces for pilots, sailors, athletes, hikers, and drivers — there was one glaring oversight. Luckily, they’ve righted the ship with the release of their MARQ Commander.
Aimed specifically at military personnel and tacticians, the MARQ Commander might just be the most badass of all Garmin’s new smartwatches. It’s built from ultra-tough DLC-coated titanium — giving it a sinister blacked-out appearance — boasts a UTC bezel, and is mated to a durable nylon strap. But the real highlights can be found in its onboard OS, including dual-format GPS coordinates, built-in topographical maps, a night vision goggle-compatible mode, Jumpmaster functionality (for HALO jumps), and all the other sensors and capabilities you’d expect out of a high-tech smartwatch. On top of that, it’s rated to survive 100m depths, has a battery for up to 12 days of operation, and has 32GB of onboard storage. This tactical titan tool watch can be yours now for $1,950.
HiConsumption is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more