Renewing one of its most special families, Garmin has just announced the arrival of the new tactix 7 series, its smartwatches equipped with specific tactical functionstraining and performance and navigation from the wrist, in addition to a complete monitoring of health and well-being, and all the basic functions of smartwatches.
Available in three models, all tactix 7 units feature a 1.4″ screen and a scratch-resistant curved sapphire lens. Users can rest easy knowing that sapphire is considered to be one of the toughest materials on earth, ensuring that the display remains operational even in harsh environments.
Ready for day and night operations, the tactix 7 series now includes a transflective display compatible with night vision goggles and a dedicated multi-LED flashlight for low-light conditions. Thanks to the improved solar charge in the different models, users can carry out any sports practice from HIIT training to HALO jumps, with the peace of mind of having enough autonomy to get the most out of their activities.
And it is that we find a device manufactured to military standard MIL-STD-810 with a water resistance rating of 10 ATM. The news metal button guards with reinforced metal lugs are combined with a bezel and a case back of titanium with black DLC coating. Although that’s not all. The Garmin tactix 7 Pro also include black tactical nylon QuickFit straps, with the aim of being a watch as resistant as its users.
New to the tactix 7 range is a dual control user interface with touch screen and physical buttons. On the one hand, its control with traditional buttons ensures us operation in any environment, which combined with its new highly responsive touch screen, will allow us quick and intuitive access to all its applications.
Thus, these models still maintain privacy as one of its main focuseswe will meet again stealth mode presented in its predecessors, with which we can completely disable information storage and sharing functions of our clock, as well as all the geolocation functions. By not recording location data on the device, stealth mode also protects operational security in the event of a lost device.
Last but not least, the new sGarmin tactix 7 brings significant improvements in battery life to the outdoor smartwatch family, offering a total of up to four weeks of battery life in smartwatch mode. Although in the case of the Pro model, thanks to advances in solar technology, we can increase this autonomy up to 37 days of use.
Availability and price
Currently we can already find the three models of this family of smartwatches available through the official Garmin website, with prices that They will start at 1,099.99 euros for the base modeland that will amount to 1,599.99 euros in the superior version of its Pro model.