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Warrior East – Strohman Enterprise / Garmin

Friday, July 15th, 2016

Strohman Enterprise is my go-to for GPS and they take great care of military and LE customers.  At Warrior East, they showed me the new Garmin Oregon 750t. It’s is a dual band GPS/GLONASS receiver with integrated wi-fi, 8 mp camera.

Features:
-Redesigned antenna enables better GPS and GLONASS reception and performance; 3-axis compass with accelerometer and barometric altimeter sensors
-3-inch sunlight-readable touchscreen with dual orientation (landscape or portrait view)
-Expanded wireless connectivity (Wi-Fi, Bluetooth®, ANT+® capable); includes smart notifications¹ and automatic uploads to Garmin Connect™ online community and supports Active Weather and Geocaching Live
-8 megapixel autofocus camera; automatically geotags photos
-Preloaded TOPO U.S. 100K maps; includes 1-year BirdsEye Satellite Imagery subscription

www.strohmanenterprise.com

Garmin tactix Bravo

Thursday, February 25th, 2016

 

The Garmin tactix Bravo is first and foremost a watch, and a good looking one at that. But that’s not all that’s going on with the tactix. It’s a GPS-enabled multi-sport training watch that offers some great features for militray and LE users. For instance, it processes both US GPS and Russian GLONASS signals meaning you’ve got a better shot at knowing where you are in a GPS-denied environment. Additionally, the tactix offers apps such as Jumpmaster which makes data all the more usable. Also, GPS features like track-back allow you to find your way back to a point of origin and the GPS data is augmented by altimeter, barometer and compass features.

Here are a few highlights:

    2-inch high-resolution, sunlight-readable Garmin Chroma Display with high-strength domed sapphire lens, capable of switching between 2 modes: day use and night vision goggle compatibility
    Omni-directional stainless steel EXO antenna, with GPS/GLONASS satellite reception, has the ability to track in more challenging environments
    All-black, rugged and durable design inspired by the requirements of tactical gear intended for use in the field
    Black PVD-coated stainless steel buttons, knurled start/stop button, rear case plate and screws
    High-sensitivity GPS/GLONASS satellite reception has the ability to track in more challenging environments than GPS alone
    Dual-mode operation optimizes the sunlight-readable display for day use or night vision goggle compatibility

The tactix is powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery. It can last up to 20 hours on a single charge in GPS training mode, 50 hours in Ultra-Trac mode and six weeks in watch mode. It features a PVD coated Black case with nylon strap or silicone band. Finally, there are lots of apps available for the tactix, with more coming all of the time.

For my friends interested in purchasing Garmin products, I always recommend Strohman Enterprise. They’ll take great care of you, offering preferred pricing to Law Enforcement, Military, and Government Customers.

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Garmin Epix

Monday, November 16th, 2015

Imagine seeing where you are on a map or image just by glancing at your wristwatch.  The Garmin Epix incorprates full color mapping, GPS/GLONASS and watch functions.  

-1.4-inch high-resolution color touchscreen
-Worldwide shaded relief basemap
-8 GB built-in memory so you can load up on maps, such as TOPO U.S. 24K, BirdsEye Satellite Imagery, City Navigator and BlueChart g2 maps
-Preloaded TOPO 100K maps also available
-Fitness Training Apps
-Stainless steel EXO antenna with GPS/GLONASS reception
Water rated to 50m
-Bluetooth enabled

 Mapping Examples 

Satellite Positioning
Earlier we mentioned both GPS and GLONASS functionality which is very exciting because you can access both US and Russian satellite positioning data.  This feature just might come in handy if someone decides to use GPS jamming.  

Altimeter, Weather and 3-axis Compass

If you are on the job and looking for Garmin products, contact Strohman Enterprise. I cannot say enough good things about how well Joe and his team will take care of you. They are my go-to for Garmin products.

Merry Christmas from Strohman Enterprise

Tuesday, December 23rd, 2014

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Merry Christmas from the great folks at Strohman Enterprise.

New Mounts For The Garmin VIRB Action Camera Now Available Through Strohman Enterprise

Friday, November 7th, 2014

Strohman Enterprise is now offering two new mounts for the VIRB action camera line:

25VIRB Picatinny Mount

The VIRB Picatinny Mount allows the user to mount their VIRB camera to the Picatinny or Weaver rail of their firearm. Comes with 0 and 90 degree angle mounts for multiple mounting options.

24VIRB Dog Harnesses

The VIRB Dog Harness is a lightweight, fully adjustable harness which allows dog owners to mount a VIRB camera to their dog at one of two mount locations. The VIRB Dog Harness comes in two sizes: Short for dogs with a length of 15-25 inches, and Long for dogs with a length of 26-36 inches.

www.strohmanenterprise.com

Warrior East – Garmin

Thursday, July 10th, 2014

Garmin has a couple of items that will be of interest to SSD readers.

First up is the tactix, a tactical training GPS watch. Sure, it’s a watch, but it’s also a GPS device that allows you to drop up to 10,000 breadcrumb points and 1,000 TracBack points meaning it vectors you to return to the point of origin. The tactix also offers barometric altimeter and electronic 3D compass. As a watch the battery lasts for 5 weeks, with sensors, you’re at 3 weeks. When you enable GPS, it goes to 50 hours. But, you can recharge via USB. Waterproof to 50m, night vision readable and integrates preloaded tidal data and Jumpmaster software.

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Second is the VIRB Elite. It’s a GPS and wi-fi enabled HD action camera. The VIRB offers true HD at 1080p with a 16MP CMOS sensor. It also interfaces with an iOS or Android app that allows you to control it remotely. In addition to GPS stamp, you can also record barometer and G-load data.

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As always, I prefer to purchase my Garmin products for personal use I go to www.strohmanenterprise.com. Unit and agencies contact www.ADSinc.com.

Garmin – Tactix Tactical Ops GPS Watch

Tuesday, December 10th, 2013

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The Garmin tactix Tactical Ops GPS watch is a rugged time piece that packs a lot of features into its frame. The case is made from stainless steel, PVD-coated in a non-reflective Black, and is waterproof up to 50 meters. The face consists of a non-reflective, scratch-resistant, curved mineral glass. The negative mode liquid crystal display is designed for stealth operation, and the Green LED backlight is NVD compatible. The wrist straps are made of polyurethane, and are also Black.

The tactix’s high-sensitivity GPS automatically calibrates the on-board altimeter, barometer and 3-axis compass, in addition to the time and date in multiple time zones. The GPS feature allows the user to create routes, record up to 1000 waypoints, 10,000 track points, and the TrackBack features guides the user back along a previously recorded tracklog. The tactix has ANT+ and Bluetooth capabilities to share tracks, waypoints, and routes with other compatible Garmin devices or smartphones. The tactix features a preloaded world wide basemap.

The tactix functions as a recording tool for training. It can provide real-time performance data, including distance, pace, cadence, and calories burnt. It’s compatible with Garmin’s heart rate monitor, speed/cadence bike sensor, and foot pod. Additionally, the tactix features U.S. tidal data and the Garmin jumpmaster software for amphibious and airborne operations.

The tactix is powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery. It can last up to 50 hours on a single charge in GPS mode, three weeks in sensor mode, and five weeks in watch mode.

I’ve been wearing the tactix around for a few days, and I like it. Setup was quick and simple, and once I got used to the buttons and menu navigation it became easy to switch between the different functions. At first, it didn’t seem that I was getting the listed battery life out of the watch, so I left it on an extended charge and now it’s still going strong a couple of days later, with barely a dent in the battery meter. It’s also worth mentioning that despite the styling, this isn’t a “big watch”. It’s lightweight and isn’t uncomfortable to wear at all.

The Garmin tactix is currently available from www.strohmanenterprise.com. Run by a USMC Veteran, Strohman takes good care of military and LE personnel.

Garmin fenix Now Available

Saturday, September 22nd, 2012

The mush anticipated Garmin fenix is now available. The fenix incorporates watch, altimeter, barometer, compass, temperature plot, as well as a high-sensitivity GPS receiver.

It features an LED backlight and is waterproof to 50 meters. With a battery life of up to 50 hours in GPS mode (depends on settings) the fenix will continue to function up to 6 weeks in watch mode. Basic watch functions include alarms, tones, vibration alerts, timer, stopwatch and world clock with the ability to display several times zones at once.

Additionally, you can create routes, record up to 1,000 waypoints (such as campsites or points of interest), and record GPS bread crumb trails on the move (tracklogs). It also uses Bluetooth technology to allow you to share data between fenix and other Garmin compatible devices. Finally, there is also an iOS that helps you share data between your fenix and iPhone called BaseCamp Mobile.

Available now through Marine Corps Veteran Owned Strohman Enterprise.