Garmin's sales in the Outdoor segment fell by 0.7 percent to $106.1 million in the second quarter ended June 28, instead of a previously projected 10-15 percent increase, due to a difficult start for its first action sports camera, the Virb, due to the competition from GoPro. The decline took place in spite of the introduction of a new golf wristwatch, the Approach S6. The segment's operating income fell by 21.3 percent to $35.3 million due to inventory reserves and marketing costs related to the Virb. Conversely, Garmin's Fitness segment jumped by 79 percent to $150.7 million in the quarter on the strength of its Vivofit fitness trackers, its lower-priced Forerunner watches and the new Edge 1000 cycling computer. This led the segment's operating margin to improve to 42 percent. With nearly flat sales in Automotive and Marine, the company's total net sales increased by 12 percent to $777.8 million, delivering an operating margin of 28 percent.