You don't need to be an outdoorsman to appreciate the Garmin Fenix GPS Watch ($400) — although it doesn't hurt. Built for those who steer well clear of the beaten path, it lets users plan trips and create routes, record waypoints, and record GPS bread crumb trails while keeping them on track, and also features ANT and Bluetooth capabilities to talk with external sensors and wirelessly share data, an altimeter, barometer, and compass, a polyurethane wristband, an LCD display with an LED backlight, waterproofing to 50 meters, and up to 50 hours of battery life in GPS mode or 6 weeks in watch mode. Arriving this fall in the wilderness near you. [Scouted by Lucas]
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System — contained in a sapphire crystal case so you can see it at work — for power, while a 12-digit liquid-crystal display shows the time, an LED backlight provides illumination when needed, and a single scroll controller allows for access to all of the watch's functions.