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Garmin Ltd. (NASDAQ:GRMN)
Q2 2018 Earnings Conference Call
Aug. 1, 2018, 10:30 a.m. ET

Contents:

  • Prepared Remarks
  • Questions and Answers
  • Call Participants

Prepared Remarks:

Operator

Good morning. My name is Julie and I will be your conference operator today. At this time, I'd like to welcome everyone to the Garmin Ltd. Second Quarter 2018 Earnings Conference Call. All lines have been placed on mute to prevent any background noise. After the speakers' remarks, there will be a question-and-answer session. (Operator Instructions) And as a reminder, today's call is being recorded on August 1, 2018.

Thank you. Teri Seck, you may begin.

Teri Seck -- Investor Relations

Good morning. We would like to welcome you to Garmin Ltd. Second Quarter 2018 Earnings Call. Please note that the earnings press release and related slides are available at Garmin's Investor Relations site on the Internet at www.garmin.com/stock. An archive of the webcast and related transcript will also be available on our website. As a reminder, we adopted the new US GAAP revenue standard in the first quarter of 2018. The prior periods presented here have been restated to reflect adoption of this new standard. This earnings call includes projections and other forward-looking statements regarding Garmin Ltd. and its business.

Any statements regarding our future financial position, revenues, earnings, gross and operating margins and future dividends, market shares, product introductions, future demand for our products, and plans and objectives are forward-looking statements. The forward-looking events and circumstances discussed in this earnings call may not occur and actual results could differ materially as a result of risk factors affecting Garmin. Information concerning these risk factors is contained in our Form 10-K filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Presenting on behalf of Garmin Ltd. this morning are Cliff Pemble, President and Chief Executive Officer; and Doug Boessen, Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer.

At this time, I would like to turn the call over to Cliff Pemble.

Cliff Pemble -- President and Chief Executive Officer

Thank you, Teri, and good morning, everyone. As announced earlier today, Garmin reported strong second quarter consolidated revenue of $894 million, up 8% over the prior year. Fitness, marine, aviation, and outdoor collectively increased 17% year-over-year and contributed 80% of total revenues. Gross margin improved to 58.5% compared to the prior year due to segment mix. Operating income improved to $218 million, up 4% over the prior year. This resulted in GAAP EPS of $1 and pro forma EPS of $0.99 in the quarter. We are pleased with our performance in the first half of 2018 and these strong results give us confidence to raise our full-year guidance. Doug will discuss our financial results in greater detail in a few minutes, but first I'd like to provide a few brief remarks on the performance of our business segments.

Starting with the fitness segment, revenue increased 24% driven by growth in advanced wearables and in cycling. Gross and operating margins were 56% and 23% respectively and operating income grew 40% over the prior year. During the second quarter, we launched the vívoactive 3 music, expanding our music offerings into the advanced wellness category. We also launched new Edge cycling computers and the next generation Varia radars targeting the cycling safety market. The basic activity tracker category continued to decline during the first half of 2018. However, the impact on our fitness segment was more than offset by growth in other categories. Looking forward, we believe we are well-positioned in the segment with a strong lineup of wearables and cycling products.

Looking next at marine, revenue increased 24% as weather conditions improved and boats were brought out of storage for the season. Approximately half of the growth came from our recent acquisition of Navionics while the other half was organic across multiple product categories. Gross and operating margins were 59% and 21% respectively and operating income grew 14% over the prior year. During the quarter, we introduced Panoptix LiveScope, a sonar system that generates real-time images underwater. LiveScope was quickly recognized by the marine industry as disruptive new technology. At the recent ICAST sportfishing trade show, LiveScope won the award for best new electronics and received the prestigious award for Best of Show. We believe LiveScope is a game changer for the fishing market.

Also during the quarter, we announced Sportsman Boats selected Garmin as their exclusive marine electronics supplier beginning with their 2019 model year boats. Sportsman is one of the fastest growing boat companies in the US market and it's an honor to be selected as their exclusive electronics provider. Looking forward, we are focused on product innovation and gaining share in the inland fishing category. Turning next to aviation, revenue increased 23% driven by growth in both OEM and retrofit product categories. We experienced particularly strong growth in our ADS-B offerings and from recently introduced products such as the G5 indicator system, TXI displays, and GFC autopilots. Gross and operating margins remained strong at 74% and 34% respectively, resulting in operating income growth of 34% over the prior year.

We were recently selected by Tactical Air Support to provide an integrated flight deck to their fleet of supersonic F-5 fighter aircraft. We also introduced the G3000H integrated flight deck for the Part 27 turbine helicopter market. As I mentioned earlier, ADS-B has been a significant driver of growth in our aviation business. With just under 18 months to go before the December 31, 2019 deadline, we wanted to provide an update on the market development and how we see things playing out as the deadline approaches. According to the FAA, as of July 1, 2018 approximately 59,000 aircraft have been equipped. The FAA has estimated that approximately 100,000 to 160,000 aircraft will eventually be equipped with ADS-B. Based on the more conservative estimate, the market is just past the halfway point in the ADS-B cycle.

There are few key observations that we would like to share. First, significant opportunity remains in the ADS-B cycle. According to FAA estimates, anywhere from 40,000 to 100,000 aircraft remain to be equipped. Interest in ADS-B is increasing and many customers are using the opportunity to refresh their panels with additional equipment. This enhances the growth opportunity for Garmin. Second, shop capacity appears to be a limiting factor in ADS-B adoption. With a modest increase in shop capacity, it is possible to reach the low end of the FAA estimates by the December 31, 2019 deadline. If shop capacity does not increase or if the final equipage level increases above the more conservative estimate, the opportunity would continue past the deadline.

Finally, ADS-B has a significant opportunity that is only one of many that we are pursuing. To prepare for the future beyond the ADS-B cycle, we are investing in long-term opportunities such as gaining share in the OEM market, establishing a position in government and defense markets, and developing new product categories. In summary, we are pleased with the performance of our Aviation business and we are optimistic about its future. Turning next to outdoor, revenue increased 4% on a year-over-year basis driven by growth across all product categories. While this growth rate is below recent trends, we feel it is a remarkable accomplishment considering the strong growth we experienced in Q2 of 2017 driven by the initial channel fill of the fenix 5 series. Gross and operating margins were 64% and 36% respectively.

Late in the quarter, we launched the fenix 5 Plus series adding music, color maps, and mobile payments to all three watch sizes. In addition, we expanded our sensor technology with the addition of Pulse Ox to the fenix 5X Plus providing blood oxygen saturation awareness for athletes and outdoor enthusiasts. We also launched the inReach mini, a compact versatile satellite communicator that can be used with other Garmin products paired with a smartphone or used as a stand-alone device. Looking forward, we are focused on opportunities in wearables and other product categories within the outdoor market. Looking finally at the auto segment, revenues decreased 19% due to the ongoing decline of the PND market. Gross and operating margins declined year-over-year to 42% and 7% respectively.

Our global market share position in the PND category remains very strong. Looking forward, we are focused on disciplined execution to bring the desired level of innovation to the market and to maximize profitability in the segment. In summary, we are pleased with our results in the first half of 2018. In light of this strong performance, we are raising our projected revenue to $3.3 billion for the year, up about 6% over 2017. Gross margin is projected to be 58.5% for the year, which is unchanged from the previous estimate. Operating margin is projected to be 21.5%, which is a slight improvement over our previous guidance. Assuming a pro forma effective tax rate of approximately 17.5%, pro forma earnings per share is expected to be approximately $3.30.

Looking at our annual revenue outlook by segment, we have increased our growth expectations for the fitness segment to 10% and the aviation segment to 18%. Outdoor and auto are unchanged while the outlook for marine has been revised down slightly to 15%.

That concludes my remarks. Next, Doug will walk you through additional details on our financial results. Doug?

Doug Boessen -- Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer

Thanks, Cliff. Good morning, everyone. I'll begin by reviewing our second quarter financial results, then move to comments on the balance sheet, cash flow statement, and taxes. We posted revenue of $894 million for the second quarter, representing an 8% increase year-over-year. Gross margin was 58.5%, a 30 basis point increase from the prior year. Operating expense as a percentage of sales was 34.2%, 120 basis point increase from the prior year. Operating income was $218 million, a 4% increase year-over-year. Operating margin was 24.3%, a 90 basis point decrease from the prior year. Our GAAP EPS was $1 and our pro forma EPS was $0.99, 9% increase from the prior year. Next I like to look at our second quarter revenue by segment.

During the quarter, we achieved 8% consolidated growth led by robust double-digit growth in our fitness, marine, and aviation segments. This growth was partially offset by a decline in our auto segment as a result of a continued decline in the auto PND business. On a combined basis; fitness, marine, aviation, and outdoor were up 17% compared to the prior year quarter. Looking next at second quarter revenue and operating income. On a combined basis; fitness, marine, aviation, and outdoor segments contributed 80% of total revenue in second quarter of 2018 compared to 73% in the prior year quarter. Fitness grew from 22% to 25%, aviation grew from 15% to 17%, marine grew from 13% to 15%. As you can see from the charts, we illustrated our profit mix by segment.

On a combined basis; the fitness, marine, aviation, and outdoor segments delivered 94% operating income in the second quarter 2018 compared to 84% in the second quarter of 2017. The fitness and aviation segments had a year-over-year increase in both operating income dollars and operating margin. Looking next on operating expenses. Second quarter operating expenses increased by $31 million or 11%. Research and development increased $15 million year-over-year due to investments in engineering resources and recent acquisitions. Advertising expense was up $2 million from the prior year quarter and was relatively flat as a percent of sales. SG&A was up $16 million compared to prior year quarter, relatively flat as a percentage of sales. The increase was primarily due to personnel related expenses, incremental costs associated with recent acquisitions.

Few highlights on the balance sheet and cash flow statement. We ended the quarter with cash and marketable securities of approximately $2.4 billion. Accounts receivable increased sequentially and year-over-year to $533 million. Inventory balance decreased sequentially and year-over-year to $501 million as we exited the seasonally strong second quarter. For the second quarter of 2018, we generated free cash flow of $157 million, a $28 million increase from the prior year quarter. Also during the quarter, we paid dividends of $100 million. In the second quarter 2018, we reported an effective tax rate of 19.4% compared to pro forma effective tax rate of 21.4% in the prior year quarter. The decrease in effective tax rate was primarily due to the benefits from US tax reform. We expect our full-year 2018 pro forma effective tax rate to be approximately 17.5%.

This concludes our formal remarks. Julie, could you please open the line for Q&A?

Questions and Answers:

Operator

(Operator Instructions) Your first question comes from the line of Joe Wittine from Longbow Research. Joe, your line is open.

Joe Wittine -- Longbow Research -- Analyst

Hey, good morning. Congrats on the results. In aviation, I appreciate the color, Cliff, and we've heard of this high capacity too. Can you just take it a step further and help us understand how this may play out in your reported results in 2019 and 2020? Let's say the FAA's conservative scenario plays out so the 100,000 total sales and you do get that modest increase in shop capacity to, let's say, allow the industry to meet 100,000 by the end of 2019. So the question is would you still see healthy growth in 2019 versus 2018 and then if it were to drop off there and be "complete" at January 1, 2020, would that be enough of a drop off to potentially drive Garmin aviation down in 2020? Just a little more help taking us through the model would be great. Thanks.

Cliff Pemble -- President and Chief Executive Officer

Well, I think just to shed some light on that specific category of ADS-B, it's only one category within our broader aviation segment. So if we just speak generally about that, I would say that with some additional shop capacity, of course that would drive additional sales in that category. As I mentioned in my remarks, there is a follow through trend with customers adding additional equipment to their aircraft. When they're bringing the aircraft in for work, a lot of times it makes sense to add other things that they want to have in the aircraft. So, we're seeing a compounding effect from that and we would expect that to continue as the mandate approaches. In terms of specific numbers around aviation for 2019 and 2020, we can't really provide specific color on that. As I said in my remarks, we're working on more than one opportunity so we believe that we have growth paths beyond the ADS-B cycle. And given what we see playing out with ADS-B, we do anticipate more of a soft landing than a hard clip of revenues in terms of that category.

Joe Wittine -- Longbow Research -- Analyst

Perfect. Thanks. I want to move to fitness where the numbers were very impressive. I think the product cycle is obviously your friend today. Looking to the second half, should we anticipate, I don't want to say a pause, but simply an easing in the timing of new product introductions especially in advanced wearables or do you have these things paced out to the point where you have us expect a "typical slate" of new product announcements into the holidays?

Cliff Pemble -- President and Chief Executive Officer

We do have some additional announcements that will come in the back half of the year, but for the most part our product lineup is set. We do have a very refreshed product lineup this year. So, we feel good about our positioning. And of course last year, we did have the introductions of some of our advanced wearables and new categories in wellness in the back half of the year so we're comping against that. The fitness market has shown that it's been a little more dynamic. So we are taking a more cautious view on the back half, but we believe there is strong reason that our products and our business should perform well.

Joe Wittine -- Longbow Research -- Analyst

Thanks. And then last one from me. Doug, can you help us on ad spend at all, especially modeling the second half year on a year-over-year basis? Your ad dollars were kind of flattish, a little bit up in the second quarter though you're still down for the first half in total. So how will the second half look year-over-year, especially considering I think you pulled back some in last year's fourth quarter?

Doug Boessen -- Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer

Yes. So as it relates to advertising, I'll give you a full-year perspective on it, yes. We expect full-year advertising dollars to be relatively flat year-over-year as well as percentage of sales. So, second half will even out so that basically a situation that will be flat hopefully for year-over-year.

Joe Wittine -- Longbow Research -- Analyst

Great. Thank you so much.

Operator

Your next question comes from the line of Yuuji Anderson from Morgan Stanley. Yuuji, your line is open.

Yuuji Anderson -- Morgan Stanley -- Analyst

Great. Thanks so much and good morning. My question is on the auto's guidance. It seems to imply some decelerate -- or accelerated declines at the end of the year so hoping to get a little bit more color on that. And similarly on that point, how should we think about the mix between PND and the other categories exiting the year?

Cliff Pemble -- President and Chief Executive Officer

Yes. So in terms of auto, as we -- has been our practice really for years is we do take a fairly conservative view of that given the situation of the market. We do see the ongoing decline of PND. During the quarter, we did experience strength in both truck and camera products so we're offsetting some of those declines with new categories. And in terms of OEM, we are seeing some programs roll-off like Chrysler and other new programs, which have not contributed yet such as BMW. So, we'll see some ups and downs in the OEM portion of the contributions. But that's our outlook for the remainder of the year and then of course as we move into future years, we'll be able to update that as we see new programs coming on and as the categories change.

Yuuji Anderson -- Morgan Stanley -- Analyst

Got it. And then just a quick clarification on the prepared remarks for the outdoor segment there. With the guidance and it looks like there should be some acceleration off of Q2, is that building in some additional product launches there? Thanks so much.

Cliff Pemble -- President and Chief Executive Officer

So in outdoor, we do have additional launches in the back half of the year, but for the most part, our major categories are set. And I think we're right where we expected to be in the segment and so that's why we left our guidance unchanged. Thank you. I guess, move on to the next question.

Operator

Alright. Your next question comes from the line of Brad Erickson from KeyBanc Capital Markets. Brad, your line is open.

Brad Erickson -- KeyBanc Capital Markets -- Analyst

Thanks. Just a few follow-ups here. First on the fitness business. I guess it's kind of interesting if you look that business, it's like $160 million or so higher than it was three years ago or so, margins seem to be tracking kind of in line though or below where you were at those levels. Talk about just overall fixed cost leverage you start to get particularly as you get some of these nice channel fill quarters, it seems like you've returned a little bit of margin expansion. Just what should be the expectation around fitness margins there?

Cliff Pemble -- President and Chief Executive Officer

Well, I think we've been targeting our margins around the mid to upper 50%s and our operating margins in the low to mid 20%s in the segment. And as we see lumpiness around the seasonality as well as product launches, that can be up and down, but that's generally the long-term targets that we're shooting for.

Brad Erickson -- KeyBanc Capital Markets -- Analyst

Got it. And then just on aviation, do you have any sense -- can you give us a sense rather of what's the attach rate your resellers are seeing for when they're selling ADS-B with say other Avionics products?

Cliff Pemble -- President and Chief Executive Officer

I would say it's very high, probably close to all of them.

Brad Erickson -- KeyBanc Capital Markets -- Analyst

Got it. And then lastly, just around FX. It seemed like that should have been maybe a bit of a tailwind to start the year, probably neutralizes or becomes a headwind, What's the -- any clarity you can give us on the net benefit you're -- or headwind you're contemplating owed to FX for the year in the updated guidance? Thanks.

Doug Boessen -- Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer

Yes. So for Q2, you're correct, there was a tailwind on revenue of about $20 million. Looking at the back half of the year, we expect very little, probably immaterial impact. The euro right now is pretty well consistent of what I'll say the average was for the back half. So, probably if everything stays the same as it is right now, a very little impact on the back half.

Brad Erickson -- KeyBanc Capital Markets -- Analyst

Got it. Thank you.

Cliff Pemble -- President and Chief Executive Officer

Thank you.

Operator

Your next question comes from the line of Charlie Anderson from Dougherty & Company. Charlie, your line is open.

Charlie Anderson -- Dougherty & Company -- Analyst

Yes. Thanks for taking my questions and congrats on a strong start to the year. I wanted to ask about geographic again, I know I asked this last quarter, but Asia was very strong. Again, I wonder if there were any particular geos you could call out there that are doing well and is it in a sense where you're building there and you're in sort of an expansion phase or just kind of roughly what's going on there? And then also in Europe, it seems like that there was one geo that slowed down Europe a little bit. So, wondered if you could maybe unpack what's going on there? And then I've got a follow-up.

Cliff Pemble -- President and Chief Executive Officer

Yes. So in Asia, there are some larger countries that are driving some growth there, particularly China and Japan have been superstars in terms of the overall APAC market, but there are other markets as well that are doing very well. In terms of the Europe dynamic, I think our year-to-date performance there can be completely attributed to the fenix effect from last year. They were super strong in their launch of fenix from last year and they had almost really the whole quarter of Q2 to be able to launch fenix 5. This year we announced the fenix 5 with less than two weeks to go in the quarter. So, consequently they had very little opportunity in terms of their channel fill as compared to other markets. So, I think the dynamics there can be completely attributed to fenix.

Charlie Anderson -- Dougherty & Company -- Analyst

Got it. And then on fitness, going to be up 10% in the year. I wonder to what degree do we attribute that to ASP relative to units and I wonder as you move to these higher end wearables, does it feel like that's a multi-year trend or just kind of roughly, how do you look at that going forward in terms of consumers willing to sort of pay up for more features? Thanks.

Cliff Pemble -- President and Chief Executive Officer

Yes, definitely the dynamic of the market is that customers are stepping up for more capability and for unique offerings like what we have. And so, there's definitely an increase in the ASP that we see there. But we also see growth in units as well, so we had super strong performance in our advanced wearables category. Okay.

Operator

Pardon me. Our next question comes from the line of Ben Bollin from Cleveland Research. Ben, your line is open.

Ben Bollin -- Cleveland Research -- Analyst

Good morning, everyone. Thanks for taking my question. Could you talk a little bit going back to fitness, were there any unique items in the quarter? Did you continue to see some selling benefit for Forerunner 645? Are you seeing any further box expansion or linear square foot expansion in your existing partners?

Cliff Pemble -- President and Chief Executive Officer

Well, we did announce the vivoactive 3 music and that product seemed to have been received well in terms of its unique design and capabilities, adding to the vivoactive line of music. So, that was one dynamic. In terms of overall distribution, I think for the most part our distribution is pretty well set although we see some countries and some areas, some markets improving incrementally. But for the most part, it's what it's been for a while.

Ben Bollin -- Cleveland Research -- Analyst

Great. And then within fitness, in the press release you talked about the potential for more high-end wearables or more high-end features in that product category. What is your assessment of what those characteristics or features are? What makes it a high-end wearable? And then last item would be, have you see any benefits from TomTom exiting the market in the first half and how do you think that opportunity could play out in the back half? Thank you.

Cliff Pemble -- President and Chief Executive Officer

So in terms of customer preferences, they do seem to be moving toward products with more features. It seems like smart features are table stakes, if you will. Customers like the sensor technology and especially the additional features that -- that we bring to the table such as stress monitoring and sleep tracking. And then just in general, I think our products are very strong around the GPS side and the position location focus of our watches, which make them very strong in the active lifestyles. Music, payments, and maps are certainly adding to that. So, we see those as all positive points for the customer. In terms of shifts in the competitive landscape, I would say in terms of TomTom's exit, there's probably some effect depending on the country that you talk about. Some countries still report that there's strong inventory of competitive products in the market and so those areas probably haven't changed as much well as others. The channel is pretty much fleshed through and so that does lead to increased opportunities for our products.

Ben Bollin -- Cleveland Research -- Analyst

Thank you.

Cliff Pemble -- President and Chief Executive Officer

Thank you.

Operator

Your next question comes from the line of Ivan Feinseth from Tigress Financial. Ivan, your line is open.

Ivan Feinseth -- Tigress Financial -- Analyst

Thank you. Congratulations on another great quarter and thank you for taking my questions. I have questions in three areas. First, congratulations on the F-5 win. Can you give us some idea of the number of units and the price of that product?

Cliff Pemble -- President and Chief Executive Officer

Yes. In terms of number of units. of course these are very specialized aircraft so it's a small quantity, but we view it as a stepping stone into that market. And it shows the capability of our cockpit systems to be able to be used in a very advanced specialized application like the F-5. In terms of shift set prices, we can't talk about those details. But again, we are very excited about the opportunity and we believe that it will be a stepping stone for us into more.

Ivan Feinseth -- Tigress Financial -- Analyst

Yes, that's what I thought. Do you have -- can you give us some color on some other -- other potential wins in the pipeline?

Doug Boessen -- Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer

In terms of things that haven't been announced, we can't speak to those. Definitely there -- there are a lot of exciting opportunities that are coming that have been announced. For instance, the Longitude is in its final stages of certification. Also, we have positions on the Cessna SkyCourier and the Denali as well.

Ivan Feinseth -- Tigress Financial -- Analyst

Very good. Also on your infotainment platform, can you give us any progress on potential OEM adoption?

Cliff Pemble -- President and Chief Executive Officer

We're very encouraged by what we see in the deal pipeline and we believe that we'll have additional news to share this year in terms of more customers.

Ivan Feinseth -- Tigress Financial -- Analyst

Then I just have one last area. I see you recently expanded the sleep monitoring function in the Connect app to work with your wearables and I know that you had announced a partnership with the University of Kansas to focus on sleep apnea. Are there some -- did that come from some of that progress or will you be expanding? Can you give us some insight into what's happening with the research relationship there?

Cliff Pemble -- President and Chief Executive Officer

Yes. We believe that our sensor technology shows a lot of promise in being able to play in the light medical device market and so participating in these studies is one way to start verifying the technology and proving that it can be used for certain applications. That's a long pathway in terms of our development there. It involves qualification of the product and certification of the product with various FDAs around the world. But it's a stepping toward a growth opportunity in the future.

Ivan Feinseth -- Tigress Financial -- Analyst

Yes, I really like that because sleep is probably the next frontier in improving health and I also like the new oxygen sensor in the 5 plus. So, congratulations again and thanks for taking my calls.

Cliff Pemble -- President and Chief Executive Officer

Thanks, Ivan.

Operator

(Operator Instruction) Your next question comes from the line of Joe Wittine from Longbow Research. Joe, your line is open.

Joe Wittine -- Longbow Research -- Analyst

Thank you. If no one wants to ask a fenix question, I will. Can you talk us through what you've seen so far for Plus? How does the launch compare to the F-5 launch and are there any interesting insights you've gathered on the current mix of Plus versus fenix 5 purchases? It seems like you'll be selling them side by side.

Cliff Pemble -- President and Chief Executive Officer

Yes. It's still early days, but we're very encouraged by what we see in terms of the market feedback and the real-time information we get as people register their products. I think out of the gate, the higher-end versions, the 5X Plus have been very strong and we're starting to see the momentum gather around the other versions as well.

Joe Wittine -- Longbow Research -- Analyst

Can you say how the channel fill will compare to the channel fill for the fenix 5, which was pretty substantial in last year's second quarter? Will it be a little bit smaller because you'll be selling them side by side or not necessarily?

Cliff Pemble -- President and Chief Executive Officer

Well, definitely there is the factor that a very competent product is side by side with the fenix 5 Plus. There's no question about that. We will use that in terms of our overall strategy in the market and in terms of pricing the two different versions. But that said, it's still very early days with only just literally days in the back half of the quarter that we had to ship products. We were very pleased with our overall contribution from the fenix 5 Plus.

Joe Wittine -- Longbow Research -- Analyst

Okay, understood. Thanks, Cliff.

Cliff Pemble -- President and Chief Executive Officer

Thank you.

Operator

There no further questions in the queue at this time, I'll turn the call back over to Teri Seck.

Teri Seck -- Investor Relations

Thanks, everyone. Doug and I will be available for callbacks today. Have a great day.

Operator

And that concludes today's conference call. You may now disconnect.

Duration: 33 minutes

Call participants:

Teri Seck -- Investor Relations

Cliff Pemble -- President and Chief Executive Officer

Doug Boessen -- Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer

Joe Wittine -- Longbow Research -- Analyst

Yuuji Anderson -- Morgan Stanley -- Analyst

Brad Erickson -- KeyBanc Capital Markets -- Analyst

Charlie Anderson -- Dougherty & Company -- Analyst

Ben Bollin -- Cleveland Research -- Analyst

Ivan Feinseth -- Tigress Financial -- Analyst

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