fenix 3: Navigating with Your Watch

Learn how to use comprehensive navigation and tracking functionalities that guide you on and off the beaten track. fenix’s built-in sensors provide information on heading, elevation and weather changes. It records a GPS track log, creating a “bread crumb trail” as you move. It also allows you to mark locations, such as a start/finish line, course checkpoint, or a campsite, vehicle or other point of interest. With f?nix 3, you can create and follow courses, mark up to 1,000 locations and store up to 10,000 track points and navigate to them.

Garmin Presents — The Edge : Let others follow

Using the new Edge® 810 and 510 touchscreen GPS bike computers, which offer advanced performance metrics and connected features through your smartphone, including LiveTrack, auto upload, social network sharing and weather our riders can now share their activities live from the road or when they get back home. Coaches, friends and family can follow live, comment at Garmin Connect and then be in your tyre tracks tomorrow.
Watch Ryder Hesjedal, David Millar, Dan Martin and Andrew Talansky as they prepare for the upcoming pro cycling season! Are you ready for the new season?

Garmin VIRB XE: Wingsuit Jump Teaser

Let your heart start beating faster as you prepare to take a leap with Garmin VIRB XE.

The VIRB XE action camera captures all the action in brilliant HD. In addition, they record data from sensors within the camera for speed, altitude, G-force, GPS position and more. They also wirelessly connect to compatible devices and sensors so you can capture even more data.

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VIRB Ultra: Connecting with Other Sensors

Thanks to G-Metrix, your VIRB Ultra captures brag-worthy performance data that you can show on your video. Learn how to pair optional sensors and other compatible Garmin devices to gain access to even more data so you’ll never forget a heart-stopping moment. Learn more at: https://buy.garmin.com/en-US/US/p/522869

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