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Green Charter 2022
Green Charter 2022
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Garmin introduces D2 Mach 1 aviator smartwatch
The D2 Mach 1 GPS aviator smartwatch from Garmin can do everything except serve the coffee. The classic pilot watch incorporates many advanced tools for flying as well as health and fitness features.
Garmin's D2 Mach 1 aviator smartwatch comes with oxford leather, vented titanium or black silicon band strap options.

Garmin International has released its D2 Mach 1 GPS aviator smartwatch. With a battery life of up to 11 days, pilots can rely on the D2 Mach 1 around the clock to keep tabs on the weather, receive automatic alerts for changing conditions, help navigate with the moving map and horizontal situation indicator and more. Coupled with a full suite of health monitoring and activity tracking features, the D2 Mach 1 offers utility both in and out of the cockpit.

“Whether you're climbing into the cockpit for a fun weekend flight, practicing or shooting instrument approaches to minimums or flying professionally, the new D2 Mach 1 delivers the latest and most advanced aviation functionality and smartwatch capabilities right to your fingertips,” says vice president of aviation sales and marketing Carl Wolf. “With its new, sophisticated design, the D2 Mach 1 proves that professional gear can also be a great statement piece, no matter your destination.”

The watch combines a durable design and premium materials like sapphire and titanium with a sunlight-readable 1.3'' AMOLED display. Button controls are matched with a new touchscreen interface for dual utility, and the watch face includes a UTC pointer to manage multiple time zones.

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