Garmin has just made its latest smartwatch with solar charging available in Portugal with up to 40 days of autonomy.
The Instinct 2X Solar comes with some sports and health features and a build fully prepared for any outdoor adventure.
Garmin Instinct 2X Solar has a built-in LED flashlight
Garmin’s latest smartwatch is now available in Portugal, and it’s packed with features that will win over outdoor audiences. As the name suggests, the new Instinct 2X Solar works with solar charging, which extends its battery life.
According to published data, the model has up to 40 days of autonomy when used in smartwatch mode. But there is good news for the wearable compared to previous models. It is now equipped with an LED flashlight which can be a very useful aid both indoors and outdoors
For example, this flashlight allows the user to switch between a red and white light for greater visibility when walking or cycling at night.
The Instinct 2X Solar also has built-in GPS and a landmark function that shows the user a known location – for example, the start of a hiking trail or where the car is parked – to make returning easier.
Via Bluetooth connectivity, the new Garmin wearable receives mail, text messages and alerts on its screen, as well as allowing contactless payments through Garmin Pay at participating companies.
In the name of security, if the smatwatch detects that an incident has occurred, it sends a message to the user’s emergency contacts with their location. But to do this, it needs to be paired with a smartphone.
Garmin Instinct 2X Solar is available in Portugal for 449 euros
Garmin Instinct 2X Solar has several sports modes, including running, cycling, swimming, strength training, snowboarding, golf, pilates, etc. It also tells you about recovery time and even suggests daily exercise sessions.
In health resources, it includes information about heart rate, sleep quality, blood oxygen levels and even energy reserves available in the user’s body.
The new Garmin Instinct 2X Solar is already available in our country, through the brand’s website, at a cost of 449 euros.
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