Garmin Tactix Bravo GPS Watch

Jan 19, 2016

Category: Gear

If you take a minute to think about it, it’s nothing short of amazing just how far wristwatches have come over the past few decades. Thanks to chips and components getting smaller, each watch is able to be packed with more features than the last. With the Garmin Tactix Bravo GPS Watch, we’ve reached maximum efficiency.

The watch can track your workouts with ease, but it’s also packed with so many other features. It’s able to track the wearer’s elevation at various points, and it can mark up to 1,000 different waypoints. In fact, it has a mode that will allow you to set a trail of breadcrumbs for yourself, and then guide yourself back to your starting point. It has a rechargeable battery, and the charge will last anywhere from 20 hours to three weeks, depending on the mode(s) the wearer uses. The watch is available now for $699. [Purchase]

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