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Garmin Item# JW1402

Garmin Instinct 2 Solar Tactical Watch

$499.99

      

Garmin Instinct 2 Solar Tactical Watch

This Garmin Instinct 2 is a solar powered watch with enough charge to last you wherever you go. When exposed to light, you no longer need to recharge your Garmin watch - thanks to its unlimited battery life on most watch modes. If you’re in a position where your information could be breached, you can set up a kill switch hot key to remove all your data.

Other essential benefits this Garmin GPS watch includes is access to a multi-global navigation satellite system (GNSS) for tracking in challenging environments. There’s also a TracBak Routing feature that lets you backtrack your path and a fully customizable interface using the Connect IQ. What’s more, this tactical watch comes MIL-STD-810 rated for thermal, shock, and water resistance.

  • Connect IQ – Add watch faces, apps, widgets & data fields
  • Garmin Pay
  • High Resolution MIP monochrome display
  • Power glass
  • MIL-STD-810 rated for thermal, shock and water resistance
  • Water Rating: 10 ATM
  • Safety & Tracking with assistance and incident detection (during select activities)
  • TracBack Routing
  • Multi-GNSS support: GPS/GLONASS/Galileo
  • ABC sensors & temperature
  • Size: 45 x 45 x 14.6 mm
  • Fits wrists with a circumference of 135-230 mm
  • Battery Life:
    • Smartwatch: Up to 28 days/unlimited with solar
    • Battery Saver Mode: Up to 65 days/unlimited with solar
    • GPS: Up to 30 hours/48 hours with solar
    • Max Battery GPS Mode: Up to 70 hours/370 hours with solar
    • Expedition GPS Activity: Up to 32 days/unlimited with solar
  • Mfg Number: 010-02627-13 (Black), 010-02627-14 (Coyote)

  • Please Note: The battery life in smartwatch mode is unlimited, assuming all-day wear with 3 hours of direct sunlight (50,000 lux) per day; in GPS mode, up to 48 hours with solar charging, assuming use continuously in direct sunlight (50,000 lux).