Garmin Tactix Delta: A smartwatch built to military privacy standards

The Garmin Tactix Delta is the latest super-rugged watch from Garmin, adding to its military standard smartwatches. The smartwatch has a 1.4-inch display, a power manager feature, a kill switch, and a stealth mode.

The $899.99 Tactix Delta has a range of privacy features that some would truly appreciate. The smartwatch also has a kill switch that wipes all your data on the 32GB watch when activated. The stealth mode on the Tactix Delta is sort of like a super “Incognito Mode” that disables storage and sharing of data. These features are also present in Garmin’s other watches.

The Garmin Tactix Delta also has other useful features for specific users. The Jumpmaster mode acts as a guide for skydivers, utilizing dual-position GPS to display two different coordinate systems on the smartwatch. The watch also has multi-GNSS support and outdoor sensors.

Garmin Tactix Delta

The Tactix Delta also has Garmin Pay, and other smartwatch features such as notification syncing, song storage, etc. There is fitness tracking with multiple different types of activity tracking. The smartwatch is made of a “scratch-resistant domed sapphire lens, black DLC-coated steel bezel, and black PVD-coated steel rear cover.”

The most eye-catching feature of the Tactix Delta is perhaps the “Night Vision Capability.” Garmin says that the watch can switch between daytime and nighttime viewing and that the screen can be read by night vision goggles that the military uses.

The Tactix Delta is said to have 21 days of battery life, which is insane for a smartwatch with advanced features like this. If the watch is in battery saver mode, it can get up to 80 days of life. This is largely thanks to the power manager feature with predictive battery life estimation. Will you buy this $900 masterpiece? Let us know in the comments!

Source: The Verge

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