Garmin releases GPS-enabled gadgets in the Philippines for fitness and travel


Garmin, a trusted provider of fitness watches and global positioning systems (GPS), has launched a range of GPS-equipped products in the country. The collection of new gadgets suits the lifestyles of those who jog regularly, those who want one in their car, and those who love to travel and go on out-of-town trips.

The Nuvi 1360 is a GPS device that is preloaded with a road guide Philippine map and features turn-by-turn direction, text-to-speech technology and pedestrian navigation.

The Nuvi 3760 is also a GPS device, but with an award-winning slim design that also includes pedestrian navigation options, photo navigation, a junction view for lane assistance, and the ability to speak street names. These devices will make sure that you never got lost again.

The Forerunner 310XT is a GPS-enabled sports watch that monitors weight, body fat, body water, and six other measurements, making it ideal for tri-athletes as it comes with running, biking, cross-country, and swimming modes.

Another GPS-equipped sports watch, the Forerunner 910XT, includes detailed swim metrics, a heart rate based calorie consumption monitor, and a waterproof design up to 50 meters to name a few.

The Forerunner 610 sports a touch screen interface and allows users to monitor their time, distance, pace, calories, and heart rate, all while keeping track of their training through GPS.

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