In India, Garmin has introduced two new smartwatches. The new gadgets are a part of the Instinct Crossover line from the wearable manufacturer. The Crossover Solar and Instinct crossover are the names of the two models. The only difference between the two rugged smartwatches is that the Solar variant supports solar charging. Learn more about the wearable device below by reading on.
Garmin Instinct Crossover
The Garmin Instinct Crossover series has a display that is 176 x,176 pixels in size and is circular in shape. It has analog hands and a Super LumiNova coating that shows time clearly even in low light. If the watch experiences a strong shock, the analog hands can also automatically calibrate if they become out of alignment. The watches can display accurate time under any circumstances thanks to RevoDrive technology. The smartwatches are heat and shock resistant and MIL-STD- 810 compliant. The wearable gadget can withstand water for up to 10 meters.
Garmin Crossover Solar
Common health tracking features are included with the Garmin Instinct Solar series. These include a body battery, advanced sleep monitoring, SpO2 sensor, and heart rate monitor. The smartwatch can also track a user's VO2 Max, Pulse Oxide, fitness age, training status, load and effect, HRV, and recovery time. Built-in sports apps, HIIT workouts, and mountain biking metrics are included in the wearable device. For greater accuracy, a multi-GNSS tracking system is available. The smartwatch has built-in incident detection for security features.
Contactless payments as well as Bluetooth and ANT+ connectivity are supported by the Garmin Instinct Crossover. It includes useful features like smart notifications for incoming texts, emails, weather updates, and more. The Solar is said to last up to 70 days, compared to the Garmin Instinct Crossover's maximum lifespan of 60 days. GPS tracking can last up to 31 hours.