For people who truly nerd out at the range making handloads and chronicling data via a chronograph, we have exciting news by the way of Garmin with their latest product announcement. The new Garmin Xero C1 Pro chronograph couples technologies with Applied Ballistics and is impressive in what it can accomplish for you. Even registering suppressed fire and odd muzzle devices for an assortment of firearms.
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The Garmin Xero C1 Pro chronograph has an MSRP of $599 and is impressively compact. Weighing in at barely 1/3 Lb, this little chronograph can measure the velocity of slow compound bows as well as crossbows for archery and even suppressed fires which is typically difficult for all chronographs to properly acquire data from. The rest of the specs for the Garmin Xero C1 Pro chronograph can be read below as presented by Garmin:
- DIMENSION: 3.03″ x 2.38″ x 1.36″ without tripod | 5.1″ x 4.5″ x 5.5″ with tripod
- WEIGHT: 105.6 g without tripod | 161 g with tripod
- WATER RATING: IPX7
- DISPLAY TYPE: sunlight-visible, transflective, monochrome
- DISPLAY SIZE: 1.3″ x 1.7″ | 2.2″ diagonal
- DISPLAY RESOLUTION: 240 x 320 pixels
- BATTERY TYPE: internal rechargeable lithium-ion battery; nonreplaceable
- BATTERY LIFE: 2,000 shots or up to 6 hours
- OPERATING RANGE: 14° F to 113° F
- MEMORY/HISTORY: 50 sessions at max 100 shots per round before a ShotView™ app sync is required to save data to phone
- INTERFACE: USB-C
‘With the Xero C1 Pro, Garmin is proud to introduce a new benchmark for chronograph technology. Combining performance and reliability into a pocket-sized package, this highly adaptable device represents the innovation and accuracy that has become synonymous with Garmin engineering. Just shoot and immediately receive speed data and statistics for that string of shots. Simply put, gone are the days of cumbersome, fussy chronograph setups and missed shots.’ – Dan Bartel, Garmin Vice President of Global Consumer Sales
The Garmin Xero C1 Pro chronograph is impressive to me because it is a chronograph that actually looks like it was spawned from 21st-century technology. Small, light, compact, intelligent, and not overly expensive. A lot of the traits that I would hope for in a great chronograph. As always, let us know all of your thoughts about Garmin in the Comments below! We always appreciate your feedback.
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