Garmin launches series of wearable products in India

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Garmin India has launched a wide range of smart watches and activity trackers in the country. The Fenix 5 series has also debuted in India after a long wait. The Fenix 5 series includes high-end products from Garmin and all the smart watches have been priced more than Rs. 50,000.

Garmin launches series of wearable products in India

Fenix 5 Sapphire priced at Rs 54,990, Fenix 5S Sapphire at Rs 54,990, Fenix 5S Carrara White edition at Rs 50,990 and Fenix 5X Sapphire at Rs 56,990. The smart watches in the Fenix 5 series are Wi-fi enabled, offer 24-hour heart rate monitoring, barometric altimeter, multi-sport activity modes and connectivity support for pairing with smartphones. The smart watches display calls, text and email notifications from the smartphone paired to the watch. The smart watches also offer features including GPS with GLONASS support and three-axis digital compass.

Ali Rizvi, National Sales Manager from Garmin India stated at the launch event, "Garmin's smart, multifunctional wearable are equipped with advanced fitness and wellness monitoring tools that not only help you stay active throughout the day but also keeps a record of your overall health and well-being."

Apart from the Fenix 5 series smart watch Garmin also launched few more products that include Forerunner 935, Vivosmart 3 and Vivofitjr.

Forerunner 935 is an activity tracker that is light-weight and records stats related to running and triathlon activities. It offers features like heart-rate monitoring and has been priced at Rs. 42,990.

Vivosmart 3 is a fitness tracker like no other. It offers all day wellness tracking with stress monitoring which is an entirely new offering. The device has been priced at Rs. 13,990.

Vivofitjr is a fitness band designed for kids and its battery lasts for as long as one year. The device is water proof and has been priced at Rs. 6,999.



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