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Garmin Thailand announcing new product – Garmin fitness band VIVOSMART

New product announcement: Garmin fitness band Vivosmart – 6,590 THB

The new features of the Vivosmart beyond Garmin’s previous activity trackers include:

  • Vibration alerts
  • Smartphone music control
  • Garmin VIRB action camera control
  • Find my phone functionality
  • Hidden OLED touch-screen band
  • Smartphone notifications
  • Cycling speed sensor support
  • Inactivity indicator

Check prices of vivosmart on Amazon.


Garmin Thailand – 18 months warranty for Garmin Fitness

18 months warranty for Garmin Fitness series

Buy from authorized Garmin Dealer in Thailand one of the Garmin fitness devices or GPS watch for golfers – Approach S3 and get 18 months warranty for your purchase. Detailed list of Garmin devices included in promotion: Edge 200 – 4,695 THB Edge 500 – 6,595 THB Edge 800 – 12,995 THB Forerunner 10 – 4,900 THB Forerunner 110 – 7,100 THB Forerunner 210 – 7,295 THB Forerunner 310 XT – 9,800 THB Forerunner 410 – 10,400 THB Forerunner 610 – 11,100 THB Forerunner 910XT – 13,595 THB FR60 – 3,700 THB FR70 – 5,900 THB Garmin Swim – 5,995 THB Approach S3, GPS watch for golfers – 11,900 THB


Garmin Thailand Forerunner family (running)

Forerunner 610 FR210 FR70 FR910XT FR310XT FR10 FR110

Garmin Thailand EDGE Family (cycling)


Garmin Swim


GPS Golf Watch – Approach S3

Garmin Approach S3

Garmin? and MetriGear, adding cycling power to fitness

Garmin? acquires MetriGear and adding cycling power to fitness portfolio


Garmin announced on Tuesday, that it has acquired MetriGear, Inc., the creator of an innovative pedal-based power solution for cycling, as a new (…) component of its growing fitness division.

MetriGear is a Silicon Valley-based company devoted to creating game-changing solutions for improving athletic performance in cycling and other sports.

MetriGear earned ?Best of Show? accolades from multiple publications at Interbike 2009 upon the introduction of Vector?, a pedal-based power solution that integrates MetriGear?s custom force and motion sensor platform into the spindles of bicycle pedals to measure a cyclist?s performance. Vector is easy to move between bikes, it accurately measures power, and enables the independent measurement of pedal force for each leg.

?From the start, our vision has been to deliver an easy-to-own cycling power meter with unique capabilities,? said Clark Foy, CEO of MetriGear. ?Garmin?s world-class engineering, wireless, manufacturing expertise and their ability to deliver an end-to-end solution from sensors to displays will be instrumental in realizing this vision. We can?t imagine a more capable partner to bring Vector to market, and we are absolutely thrilled to join the Garmin team.?

Source: Garmin News

Related links: Garmin International, Metrigear Inc., Vector Overview (at Metrigear Inc.)

New Garmin GPS for cyclists – EDGE 800

New Garmin GPS for cyclists announcement – EDGE 800

Garmin International Inc., announced the feature-packed touchscreen Edge 800 for cyclists (…). New mapping options such as Garmin?s BaseCamp route planning and BirdsEye? Satellite Imagery make it perfect for training, touring and riding on the trail. Edge 800 will debut at Interbike (Booth 2631) and Eurobike (Booth A5-201), where it won the coveted Eurobike Award for electronic components. (…)

Building on its popular predecessors, Edge 800 is smaller and sleeker than the Edge 705, yet features a larger 2.6? display with a simple touchscreen interface. And while Edge 800 gets its streamlined design from the ultralight Edge 500, the color display and versatile mapping options make exploration more enjoyable and efficient than ever. The latest version of Garmin?s free BaseCamp software (www.garmin.com/basecamp) gives users an easy tool to survey the terrain and plan routes. BaseCamp lets users plan and preview routes ? along with viewing elevation changes ? and then send those routes to Edge 800, Edge 705 and Edge 605 as courses to follow. (…)

Source (read more…) visit Garmin Int Newsroom

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