Garmin Varia Vision Display
The Varia Vision Display is Garmin's Heads Up Display.
It takes data from your compatible Garmin Edge 1000 or 520 (not supplied) such as speed and navigation alerts. It then displays this info on a small screen located on the upper edge of your sunglasses or specs (not supplied).
The idea here is that you can keep an eye on the road ahead. No need to look down to check your cycle computer.
- Only 28g - you're barely aware the Varia Vision Display is attached to your shades.
- The Garmin Varia Vision Display fits either right or left leg of virtually any model of sunglasses or spectacles.
- It's quick releasable when not required.
- It displays data from your compatible Edge cycling device (Edge 1000 and 520) such as performance data and turn-by-turn directions.
- It syncs with your phone by vibrating when you get a call or text.
- The integrated ambient light sensor along with its clear colour display ensure the display is easy to read - even in the dark.
- The glove-friendly touch screen makes it easy (with practise) to swipe between data displays.
- The Garmin Varia Vision Display is designed so it won't compromise your peripheral vision.
- It displays battery status, temperature, time of day and distance.
- It's easy to customise the data you want this device to display.
- For instance you can have Strava Segments, Virtual Partner and Navigation switched on or off.
- The Garmin Varia Vision Display is rugged and waterproof.
- The rechargeable battery has 8 hours run time.
- You can pair it with the Garmin Varia rearview radarsystem to warn of traffic approaching from behind.
'Varia Vision in-sight display enhances your road awareness by putting the information you want right where you want it directly in your line of sight
With an integrated accelerometer the system can be mounted on either arm of the glasses with a fully adjustable arm and eye-piece for optimum display positioning. With Varia Vision it's easier than ever to keep focus when trying to nail your targets for a workout, find the next turn or stay clear of traffic.'
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