He tries to make the forest get lost in Instinct.
With a few exceptions, smart clocks are designed for general use, so with their scratch resistance, engineers only pay attention to their water and dust resistance, plus a battery life of more than one day does not fall into the strengths of such products. For this reason, it is not recommended for serious hiking, but seeing the market gap, Garmin has now made an explicitly designed model for this purpose.
The Garmin Instinct gross of EUR 300 is a real survivor, according to the manufacturer, meets the impact, heat and water resistance requirements of the MIL-STD-810G military standard.
For a limited time it is waterproof up to 100 meters.
In wake-up mode, you can basically spend 14 days of battery life while working continuously for 16 hours with active GPS tracking. However, in the UltraTrac mode of the manufacturer, it can take up to 40 hours of battery life, and the smartphone will occasionally turn GPS tracking on and off automatically.
Keeping track of instances for maximum coverage and accuracy Instinct supports not only GPS, but also GLONASS and Galileo positioning systems.
Garmin Instict, of course, can watch the heartbeat of the wearer, as well as generic activity statistics, and paired with smartphones, and can display mobile notifications.