Summary: I am very disappointed with the Quatix. I has an extremely difficult time picking up a fix and is very slow to respond. It is not intuitive to use. Other than for sailing, I have used it for running as well. I sometimes have to wait a half hour before it is ready to track.
Summary: A fantastic watch for sailing and boating. GPS waypoints and routes work well. Takes quite a bit of learning, but once mastered, it is easy to navigate and use. No material detractors in my mind - great value for money.
Summary: I had it for 9 month and it's dead. It is nice when it works but the fun doesn't last long. The features are great, but the buttons will go dead first. The next thing is it will crash and be dead. Look for competitors.
Summary: I bought this watch in late 2013. In the last year and a half I have sailed and raced with it a few thousand miles. I have been very pleased with the watch and happy with my purchase. The watch is incredible and provides an amazing amount of information.
Summary: Bought this watch back in 2013... a year and a half later, despite being "Suitable for Surface swimming, shallow snorkeling and similar activities" it completely filled with water 3 minutes into bobbing in the water. Very disappointing as now it's completely ruined.
Summary: When the man overboard alarm was activated to test the system, the Garmin chart plotter quietly displayed a man overboard message and asked if it should navigate there. A few seconds later it resumed navigation, business as usual, except for leaving behind a tiny flag on the map trail.
Summary: Solid piece of kit. -1 star as tide data is only available for the region you buy the watch in and you can't update. Also it doesn't feature the same level of connectivity as watches like the forerunner 620 that have blue tooth and wifi, so I'd expect that in an updated watch soon.