Garmin Tactix GPS Multifunction Watch

Priced: $450.00 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 3 reviews.
Garmin Tactix GPS Multifunction Watch
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Inspired by special-ops forces, the high-sensitivity Garmin Tactix GPS multifunction watch boasts an altimeter, barometer, compass, waypoints and TracBac® navigation capability.

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Insulation:

  • The rugged and durable Garmin Tactix GPS multifunction watch resists water down to 50m (165 ft.); negative-mode LCD with green backlight allows use with night-vision goggles

Features:

  • Mark and store up to 1,000 waypoints; TracBac reverses the track log so you can navigate back to your starting point
  • Rechargeable lithium-ion battery lasts up to 50 hrs. in GPS mode, 3 weeks in sensor mode, and 5 weeks in watch mode
  • Enjoy high-sensitivity GPS positioning with automatic calibrating altimeter, barometer and 3-axis compass
  • Metal surfaces are coated in black to be non-reflective; scratch-resistant, curved mineral glass lens won't reflect the sun's glare; rugged forged stainless-steel rear case
  • ANT+™ and Bluetooth® connectivity wirelessly shares tracks, waypoints, routes and more with other compatible Garmin devices or smartphones
  • Sun/moon info; hunt/fish calendar; alarm clock; vibration alerts; tones; timer; stopwatch; world clock with automatic time-zone calibration
  • Wireless sensors let you pair with optional ANT+ sensors such as heart rate monitor, temperature sensor, foot pod, or VIRB action camera (all sold separately)
  • Comes preloaded with Jumpmaster software for skydivers, U.S. tide data and a worldwide basemap; plan trips and share adventures with friends using BaseCamp™ software
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Activity:Cross-training
Alarm:Yes
Altimeter:Pressure-based
Analog or Digital:Digital
Average battery life:(GPS mode) 50 hours / (sensor mode) 3 weeks / (watch mode) 5 weeks
Compass:Yes
Construction:Composite
Countdown timer:Yes
Cycling functions:Optional
Date display:Yes
Dimensions:1.9 x 1.9 x 0.7 inches
Exercise log:Yes
Face diameter:1.2 inches
Heart rate sensor type:Optional
Illumination:Backlight
Number of routes:50
Number of waypoints:1,000
OS compatibility:Windows / Mac
Speed/distance:Yes
Stopwatch:Yes
User replaceable battery:No
Watch band material:Elastomer
Water-resistant depth:50 meters
Wireless communication:Yes

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Garmin Tactix GPS Multifunction Watch Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Love this watch!

I use this watch everyday for work and working out.

I love everything about this watch. It's very functional and can be used to track many different activities through the preset profiles.. I.E. running, hiking, mountaineering, etc. You can also set your own profile.

The watch is very customizable to the user's preference. For instance the way the clock is displayed and second counter could be changed to a bunch of different formats to add a personal touch.

As of this writing, Garmin put out a beta patch that allows your cell phone to sync with the watch using the bluetooth. For instances if someone where to text you, the watch would display the message along with an alarm to notifiy you.

There are so many functions to this watch. Look up DC Rainmaker Tactix on the web and get a very indepth review.
JoeyBear82 at REI on 12/12/2013

Ready for War

It's about time that Garmin came out with a GPS watch aimed at Military users. I'm very familiar with using the foretrex 401 during military operations, but the Tactix really sets the standard. Although slightly thicker than your average ABC watch (think Suunto or Pathfinder) it is far less bulky or obvious on your wrist than the big green brick that is the Foretrex. It also has some great military specific features like vibration alerts and a low illumination reverse display. The ability to display your MGRS and Lat Long position on the same screen is also great. Fast and stable satellite acquisition and very good battery life make this a winner in my book.
Knees in the Breeze at REI on 12/12/2013

Neutral Reviews:

Performs well, but not w/o some flaws

This is the 3rd Garmin watch I've owned, the previous being the Forerunner 405 and 310xt. I use these watches for my triathlon training. The ANT technology is awesome. I've found that the Tactix takes a little longer to pick up signals than my Forerunner 310xt. As for the battery life, I usually have to recharge once a week. There are a couple of issues I have with Garmin watches, the first being the glass. The glass on my 310xt shattered while setting up for my last race...it fell and hit the cement. As for my Tactix, after owning it less than a month, there's already a scratch on the glass. Now, if you're marketing a product for triathletes/military, you'd expect better quality. Second, sometimes when I plug the watch in to my computer, the computer doesn't recognize it, but will charge the watch. Maybe, because the watch is new to the market, some updates may improve things.
Chef Z at REI on 01/01/2014