First off, I’d like to give a huge shout out to Garmin for their ability to adapt to the rapidly evolving technology in their industry. Companies that can move as quickly and with such relevance as they do are sure to strive. In Garmin’s latest release – they have designed not only an amazing smart watch with the features we know and love from the devices combined with Garmin technology – but they also integrate vital information for divers. The Garmin Descent MK1 Dive Watch helps you do everything from planning your dive to monitoring and thriving while under water. Their special algorithm combined with vibration alerts, help make sure you stay within your dive limits while providing real-time data. Built-in sensors include a 3-axis compass, gyroscope and barometric altimeter plus, of course, GPS and GLONASS so you can track dive entry and surface points and navigation. You can store up 10,000 dives on your watch so you can review and share there or on the app. The battery life is pretty impressive with up to 19 days in watch mode, 10 days in smartwatch mode and 40 hours in dive mode. You can get the silver sapphire watch with a black band for $1,000 or the gray sapphire with a DLC titanium band for $1,500.