Proprietary technology powers up the world’s first solar-powered multisport GPS smartwatch series
Building on the success of the debut of its patented solar charging technology in fēnix 6X Pro Solar, Garmin recently launched the extension of this technology into two of its flagship outdoor smartwatch series–Instinct and fēnix Solar.
Unlike other solar-powered watches that convert the solar energy into electrical energy for single function such as time, Garmin’s solar charging technology is the only watch that can convert electrical energy to support various sports activity modes and health monitoring features like heart rate, GPS, various sensors, and data calculation.
This solar charging technology not only brings about an overall improved power performance, but also reduces carbon emissions by 59% compared with other smartwatches due to its reduced power charging frequency. With the enhanced battery life, added sports activities, and comprehensive health data monitoring, Garmin hopes to motivate users to continue their outdoor adventures and enjoy their activities for longer periods of time without having to worry that this activity not recorded when battery runs out.
To know more about the Instinct Solar and fēnix 6 Solar series, visit Kinetic site or ph.garmin.com. They are also available at Lazada, Shopee, Garmin stores, and authorized retailers.
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