There is a wide range of smartwatches on the market today but most only fall into two categories. One is designed to keep pace with sports-minded users while the other can be worn by pride at a gala. Few smart watches try to break out these molds to appeal to very specific users. Garmin's new MARQ smart tool clocks dare to be different and thus have some rather unique features to offer people unique jobs and hobbies.
For example, MARQ Aviator is designed with pilots in mind. The multi-link titanium bracelet was chosen to be comfortable on the wrist while grabbing a plane's controls. A GMT framing allows the user to keep track of two other time zones and preloaded flight maps and airport information always keep pilots up to date.
The MARQ driver is not just for any driver. The Carbon Gray Diamond Like Carbon (DLC) coating makes the watch resistant to high vibrations when driving a car. The outer titanium of the bracelet should provide durability while the soft inner material makes it breathable.
From air to land and now at sea, MARQ Captain's signature function is the jacquard weave. In addition to looking good, it is also "made for exceptional performance" in a saltwater environment. The captain's watch's face shows by default information such as wind speed, temperature and tides.
MARQ Expedition takes users back to land but to new heights. With a built-in altimeter, barometer and compass, this watch is great for not getting lost in your adventures. It can also communicate wirelessly with the inReach Mini satellite communicators if you have one.
The rest of us with normal life will have to pay for the MARQ sport, the closest one can get to fitness-oriented smartwatches. Loaded with sensors for tracking activities and biometrics, the smart tool clock is made to be the perfect training party note for both active people and aspired athletes.
Whatever you choose, each MARQ watch is made with titanium for light durability, sapphire crystal for harder than glass screens and a ceramic fixture to withstand wear. All of this obviously adds up and the Garmin MARQ smart tool price ranges from $ 1500 to $ 2,500. They are all available during the second quarter.