Garmin Nautix In-View Display

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Nautix™ In-View Display

Garmin Nautix™ enhances mariners' situational awareness by putting important information in their optimum viewing position, either below or above their direct line of sight, without being an obstruction. It is ideal for fishing, sailing and cruising. The versatile design of Garmin Nautix
attaches to most eyewear, and it displays key boating data, including speed, heading, water depth and temperature, wind direction, engine RPM and more from a compatible onboard Garmin device. Featuring 8 hours of always-on battery life and a durable, weatherproof design, Garmin Nautix is built to withstand the harsh marine environment.

  • Versatile & Sleek - Versatile mounting and integrated accelerometer allow Garmin Nautix to be mounted on either arm of the glasses with a fully adjustable arm and eyepiece for optimum display positioning; extremely lightweight at only 1.04 oz (29.7g)
  • Smartly Connected - Connect Garmin Nautix to your compatible chartplotter for integrated data screen
  • 12 Data Screens - Users can easily view streaming boat data, including speed and heading, speed over ground, wind angle and speed,
    water temperature and depth, engine RPM and distance and bearing to next waypoint; sailors can even view advanced racing data, including countdown timer, time to burn and start line information
  • Auto Adjust - Integrated ambient light sensor along with a color display ensure good readability in all light conditions
  • Rugged & Long Lasting - Durable, weather-resistant construction; battery life over 8 hours, always on
  • Touch Panel - Glove- and wet weather-friendly touch panel allows for easy navigation between screens
  • Data Fields - Cycle between various screens by swiping left or right; screens have 1, 2, 3 or 4 pre-configured data fields
  • Compatibility - Requires a compatible GNX™ Wind marine instrument, GPSMAP® 7400/7600 series chartplotter or GPSMAP® 8400/8600 Glass Helm multifunction display series

*For situational awareness only. Users should view data on the display at a glance and should always focus on surroundings.
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