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Garmin D2 Pilot Watch

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  • Has Direct-to and Nearest buttons that use a worldwide airport database
  • Altimeter with adjustable baro setting and compass
  • Displays multiple time zones with Zulu/UTC reference
  • Various timers and vibrating alerts for inflight task reminders
  • Wirelessly receives flight plan from Garmin Pilot and controls VIRB
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Product Features

  • Size (LWH): 1.93 inches, 0.67 inches, 1.93 inches
  • Weight: 2.88 ounces
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Product Description

The D2 is a pilot watch designed to be as sophisticated in style as it is in function. It's the first pilot watch to help you in-flight, boasting a high-sensitivity WAAS GPS receiver, altimeter with adjustable baro setting, and 3-axis compass. It has a domed lens to make the screen easy to read in direct sunlight, and a brilliant orange backlight for night flights.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 1.9 x 0.7 x 1.9 inches
Item Weight 2.9 ounces
Shipping Weight 7 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ASIN B00H2K9BBU
Item model number 010-01040-30
Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required.
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3.8 out of 5 stars 51 customer reviews

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I have been testing this watch for a few weeks now. I bought it off of Amazon. I am currently deployed in the Middle East and am a Test Pilot for Army. I fly the UH-60 Blackhawk. I bought this watch as a back up for flying fixed wing back in the states however I thought it might be nice to have here as well. Let me state a few observations I have had using this watch.

Sustains:

1. This watch is about the same size as all my friends Suunto watches. It might be a little taller, but does not have the external GPS sensor. As far as weight is concerned it weighs less than my Citizens Eco Drive Blackhawk watch and as long as you can lift you arms above you head... you should be fine.

2. This watch has SO many profiles! It can be used for running, biking, sailing, mountaineering, hiking, geocaching, cycling, fishing or create you own profile. All this in addition to the flight profile.

3. The watch has a vibration function. This is great for working out without making a bunch of noise in the gym while you have in headphones. After a set amount of time it will vibrate instead of beep to let you know the interval. You can set the parameters. This also goes for hiking, running, or altitude, distance, waypoint etc in flight. If I can feel it in a blackhawk.... trust me you will too in whatever you fly.

4. Battery life is very respectable even under heavy use. I go through about 6% per hour with all functions turned on in flight.

5. This GPS is as accurate as the navigation equipment in my Blackhawk. Seriously it was EXACTLY the same as my onboard GPS. This was in a radar dense environment and without WAAS turned on. Distance, Heading and speed were exactly like I was seeing in the cockpit.

6. Screen is not bad.
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I was looking for a watch that could display multiple time zones, and although it's hard to find this watch can actually display up to 5 time zones simultaneously, with the touch of a button (if set up properly).

Pluses: There are so many functions hidden inside the menus of this watch, and not just for Aviation, .. Mountaineering, Hiking, ect... Also synches to Garmin Pilot App. In GPS mode I like the NRST function, where with 1 button; you can find the nearest airports.

Minuses: Bulky: The biggest one for me, is the bulk of this watch. After a few weeks of constant wear; my wrist and hand actually hurt and a knot started to develop. I stopped wearing it, and this went away. This is NOT a watch for everyday wear (and I'm actually back to my Gshock for that). I still like to keep the watch with me, so I made a clip (I think there is actually a clip Garmin Sells), and now clip it to my belt loop and keep it in my pocket.

GPS Satellites don't pick up if you wear on your wrist in cockpit: Maybe because I fly a Biz Jet, but I never saw the GPS work while on my wrist in the cockpit. Perhaps if you fly a C-172 or Helicopter, it's different. Also I fly overseas and I think it must pick up satellite coverage in the USA better than other places.

My solution actually found itself from my comments about the bulk of the watch and taking it off my wrist. I now keep it on the wind screen of the plane I fly and it picks up Satellites fine. I reference it for nearest airports a lot and also for direct to my destination airport. I'm trying to get it to work with the Garmin Pilot App, but waiting for international coverage to open up for that.

Overall for the money you are not going to find an Aviation GPS watch with as many functions as this watch.
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Exactly as advertised. I read many negative comments before buying it.
It is huge and heavy: yes, it is. It is a waas receiver with more than 20 hr of endurance, and the battery, I suppose, is the main reason of overall dimensions and weight.
It hardly lock-on when operated inside airline cockpits: true. Should be quite a common situation, applicable to many other aviation gps receiver; most of cockpit windows are golden layer antice or defog provided, thus preventing (hopefully) cosmic radiation. I experienced many jamming situations and I do prefer a slightly less sensitive receiver but more jamming resistant.
I have been using aviation Garmin gps since 1996, since Navstar constellation obtained full operational capability. This device is one of most flexible and configurable I ever had.
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This watch is large and looks odd when wearing it in public so I only wear it in the airplane and during preflight. It has a great pressure sensitive altimeter, a good compass, and a decent display if you just use instruments and not the moving map. I have Garmin pilot on the iPad and my Android phone and I haven't synced a flight plan to the watch yet but I like the idea of doing so. I created a flight plan on the watch, a series of waypoints, and it wasn't terribly painful but did take a while. Some have said that they can't read it but I have never had this problem. I have flown with it three times and it was always readable to me without having to press the backlighting button.

The resolution on the moving map is so bad that its almost useless. I keep losing the GPS in my rental Cessna 172, maybe due to the high wing. I lose GPS a lot while doing maneuvers like turns around and point and s-turns at 1000ft in a high wing. I haven't used it on a cross country flight yet as I am practicing for my check ride right now.

It does what it says and I am glad I bought it but I hope they come out with an improved version with a nicer display and a smaller and more classic form factor.
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