Product Description & Real Customer Reviews:
- TOUCHSCREEN - 1.4" high resolution, sunlight-visible color Chroma touchscreen display
- EXPANDED MEMORY - 8 GB internal memory lets you load a variety of maps, including TOPO U.S. 24K and City Navigator NT
- CONNECT IQ APP - Customize your watch with a variety of watch faces, data fields, widgets and applications (view more information on page 2)
- STAY CONNECTED - Automatically uploads data wirelessly to Garmin Connect, LiveTrack and social media (using Garmin Connect Mobile app on smartphone4),plus features Smart Notification4 so you can receive emails, texts and alerts directly on your watch
- MULTI-ACTIVITY - Easy and quick access to multiple activities, such as hiking, navigation, running, mountaineering, swimming, indoor workouts and more
The Garmin epix provides unprecedented, high-resolution, color, touchscreen GPS/GLONASS mapping, preloaded with a worldwide basemap all on your wrist. Now you can get all the functions of a Garmin ABC (altimeter, barometer, compass) device, plus the fullcolor maps that let you not only track where you’ve been, but let you plan for what’s ahead. The revolutionary EXO antenna, when paired with GLONASS and EPO,means better signal strength and quicker fixes. 8GB of internal memory to support included 1 year BirdsEye Satellite Imagery subscription and optional TOPO U.S.24K maps. And, with Smart Notification, you never miss a text, email or notification, unless you want to.
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