OSS Infocom launched Garmin GTM Solar Series Smartwatches in India

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Highlights of the release:

  • It is addressing frequent charging issues with Smartwatches
  • It is available in Fenix 6 Solar series and Instinct solar series.
  • It has a 1.4” Power Glass lens that uses sunlight to extend battery life for off-grid adventures.
  • Its Pulse Ox2 sensor uses light beams at the wrist to gauge the absorption of oxygen.
  • It can access global navigation satellite systems such as GPS, GLONASS and Galileo.

In the series to launch Garmin smartwatches in India, OSS Infocom, the nationwide Authorized Distributor for Garmin watches now has come up with a special GTM solar series smartwatches in India with Fenix 6 Solar Series and Instinct Solar Series. With Solar Series smartwatches Garmin expands its innovative solar technology line of products. It focuses on Solar Technology innovation and unique technology differentiation Quality materials, testing and efficiency benefits for users.

Fenix 6 Solar series smartwatches serves up premium style and extended performance with quality materials. The series focuses on solar technology and durability benefits users in extreme, challenging conditions like mountaineering, ultra trail running, etc with premium style. It has a 1.4” Power Glass lens that uses sunlight to extend battery life for off-grid adventures. The sunlight gives the watch a free energy boost, extending time between charges.

The Dynamic PacePro feature of Fenix 6 solar Series helps to run smarter over various types of terrain. It has preloaded ski maps covering more than 2,000 resorts around the world and the power manager feature shows how adjusting settings can extend battery life. It can even sync your favorite streaming services, and users can listen to music without their phone.

Fenix 6 Solar Series can access multiple global navigation satellite systems such as GPS, GLONASS and Galileo to track in more challenging environments than GPS alone. It has many health benefits also, it has a Pulse Ox2 sensor that uses light beams at the wrist to gauge how well the body is absorbing oxygen during altitude acclimation or sleep monitoring. It can also Optimize body’s energy reserves, using heart rate variability, stress, sleep and other data to gauge when the user is ready to be active or need to rest.

Instinct Solar has a feature that sets it apart from other competitor brands. It focuses on solar technology and durability benefits users’ lifestyles like urban sports such as skateboarding, indoor climbers, etc. Instinct Solar is a GPS smartwatch that is built to break convention, conquer the elements and endure longer. It is built to the U.S. military standard 810 for thermal, shock and water resistance. It is especially designed for outdoor activities and uses preloaded activity profiles for surfing, swimming, running, biking, hiking, rowing, strength and more.

Using Instinct Solar Smartwatches users can get heart rate data along with alerts if heart rate stays too high or too low while the user is at rest. For altitude acclimation or sleep monitoring, it has a Pulse Ox2 sensor that uses light beams at the wrist to gauge how well the body is absorbing oxygen. It can also navigate the next trail with ABC sensors, including an altimeter for elevation data, barometer to monitor weather and three-axis electronic compass. Users can also pair Instinct solar smartwatches with an inReach device to view and send messages, get weather alerts on the wrist and trigger an SOS to the GEOS 24/7 emergency response team.

On launching a GTM Solar Series Smartwatch in India, Mr. Amit Sinsinwal, Director of OSS Infocom said, “We are extremely happy and delighted to launch Garmin’s GTM Solar Series smartwatches in India. This smartwatch will not only help the user to monitor their health but has various features that help in many outdoor activities like mountaineering, swimming and cycling. It also uses solar energy which is very popular today when the world is dealing with climate change and shifting towards renewable energy.”

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