The GPS navigation and wireless device maker posted adjusted quarterly earnings of 88 cents per share, 7 cents above analysts' expectations. Revenue came in at $817 million, $9.17 million more than Wall Street had forecast.
Garmin got a boost from its fitness products, which helped to offset a not so strong vehicle navigation segment.
"We delivered another quarter of revenue and earnings growth led by strong double-digit growth in our outdoor and aviation segments," Garmin CEO Cliff Pemble said.
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