In Reach Explorer, Garmin has decided to add a bit of colour to its offerings by introducing the first waterproof hiking pack to its line-up.
The Inreach explorer is waterproof and comes with a fully adjustable top strap for a comfortable fit.
The pack has a wide range of options, including the latest Garmin Navis for hiking and running.
The first Garmin Inreach has also been shown off on the ground, in an experiment conducted in Peru.
The Inreach is powered by a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 645 processor, an Adreno 530 GPU, 2GB RAM and 16GB of internal storage.
It is rated at a top speed of 8kmh and can be worn for up to three hours in one go.
The range of activities available with the pack include climbing, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, trekking, trekker and hiking.
This is Garmin’s second foray into the waterproof hiking category.
The company had launched its own Ingress Explorer in 2013 and has also launched its Ingress Peak pack, which has an internal hydration reservoir.
The new Ingress explorer also features a waterproof pocket for smartphones, a water resistant chin strap, a wireless charging port and a built-in microphone.
The Ingress is one of Garmin’s flagship waterproof hiking packs.
Its design and features are reminiscent of its Ingenium line of hiking packs, which also features two-way water resistance and a removable top strap.
It is made up of two halves: the front half is the front panel, while the rear is the back panel.
The front panel houses a hydration sensor, the power and power management buttons, the Garmin logo, a GPS module and a camera.
The rear panel houses the camera, power and battery management buttons and the GPS module.
The pack comes with five removable modules, which can be used for various purposes.
The hydration module is a water sensor that can be attached to any waterproof waterproof hiking jacket or pack to record water levels.
Two of the modules can be detached for use as a phone, a camera or as a waterproof backpack.
The second module is designed to help keep the pack waterproof by storing water for up of 12 hours in the battery compartment, with up to 8 hours of use.
One of the waterproof waterproof modules is an in-line water purifier that can clean the pack with water from the water tanks of any of the water sports equipment, including a swimming pool.
Another waterproof module is the chin strap that comes with the Ingress.
It attaches to the top strap of the pack and can hold a smartphone, a smartphone charger, a charging cable and an extra pack of 10 water sports gear items.
The waterproof Ingress has been available in various colour options since it was first announced in 2013.
Its first colour option is black with the word Ingress in red, which Garmin calls the white version.
Its next version, the white Ingress Plus, has been released and features a more traditional red, yellow and green colour scheme.
The white Ingestor has also recently been released in a black and white version for $199.
The white Inventure is the best-selling waterproof hiking model and is a key pillar of the Ingenius line.
It has been sold in the US, Canada and Europe.
For a look at Garmin’s Ingress Ingress Pro in action, check out the video below.