Pilots may use the Garmin D2 Air X10 to accept calls right from their wrist.
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The Garmin D2 Air X10 is a new version of Garmin's wristwatch for pilots. Pilots may now receive calls from their wrists while in the air, and utilise voice assistants like Siri, Bixby, and Google Assistant. It's the same sort of feature that was introduced to the Garmin Venu 2 Plus in January. The DX10 crams all of its functions into a 43mm shell with an AMOLED display, putting it closer to the Venu 2 than the sportier Forerunner and Fenix devices.The D2 Air X10 is packed with flying capabilities like flight tracking and navigation for the uninformed. By selecting a pre-installed location, you may navigate to airports directly from your wrist. There are further features like the horizontal situation indication that let you know if you're to the left or right of your desired direction. You may get various aircraft notifications like a fuel timer, wind direction, distance travelled, and runway orientations thanks to the built-in barometer sensor. Pilots may also connect to Garmin's pilot ecosystem, which includes flygarmin.com and the Garmin Pilot app, to submit flight plans and track waypoints on the watch itself. The D2 Air X10 also has the entire Garmin wellness package. There's also a pulse oximeter, a body battery, GPS, and 25 training modes, as well as a new Health Snapshot function. In addition to its well-known runner and explorer wearables, Garmin has a bewildering assortment of watches intended to divers, sailors, aviators, and military. However, it appears that all customers are benefiting from Garmin's new smart and health features, which are being rolled out across the board. The Garmin D2 Air X10 is available now for Rs. 41,341.
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