For $10K You Can Get Your Hands On Garmin’s Full MARQ Smartwatch Set

Dec 31, 2019

Category: Tech

Garmin’s stake in the world of outdoor navigation and GPS is assuredly substantial. And — as the company’s large, cumbersome tech has been reduced to much smaller, more compact wristwear — we’ve seen a stylish transition that few utilitarian manufacturers could hope to pull off. Now, the company has revealed a limited-edition set of its MARQ luxury modern tool smartwatch collection, encapsulating five of the brand’s most notable variants within a handsome, limited-run giftbox.

The collection arrives just in time for Garmin’s 30th Anniversary, highlighting its luxurious smartwatches with a handful of custom-built examples that are individually numbered to keep them authentic. Inside of the Signature Set’s specially-built solid walnut case, connoisseurs will find the MARQ Aviator, Captain, Adventurer, Driver, and Athlete, illuminating the importance of each with a signed letter of authenticity from Cliff Pemble, Garmin’s President, and CEO. But coming into ownership of this limited-to-100-examples selection will come at a steep price. You can secure your own lavish gift set on the company’s website for $10,000.

Purchase: $10,000

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