Garmin

In case you’ve not come across this company, it’s one of the pre-eminent makers of sports timepieces and other associated wristwear (diving computers etc.) but apparently their thirst for excellence doesn’t stretch to proofreading or accuracy.  Both these choice examples are from their front page:

Item 1:

Item 2:

I’m being significantly picky here, but incorrect verb agreement still isn’t acceptable so in it goes.  Bad Garmin!

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