Garmin quatix 7X – Solar Edition

Nov 16, 2023

Plot your paradise on the water and beyond with quatix® 7X – Solar Edition. This multisport GPS smartwatch has all the features you need on and off your boat, including solar charging. The watch allows you to connect with compatible Garmin chartplotters and other devices to offer autopilot control, Fusion-Link™ entertainment system control, integrated tide data on the watch face and much more – all from your wrist! Use traditional button controls or the new touchscreen interface. Features include built-in activity profiles for water and land sports, smart notifications and more. A perfect gift for a special someone this holiday season!

MSRP: $1479.99 CAD (quatix 7 – non-solar edition: $799.99 CAD)

Visit: garmin.com/en-CA/c/marine

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