Garmin vívosmart HR+ Regular Fit Activity Tracker – Black

April 11, 2017 - Comment

Turn your steps into strides with vívosmart HR+, the GPS activity tracker with Elevate wrist heart rate technology. Not only does it count steps, calories, floors climbed and intensity minutes, it also uses GPS satellites to track where you jog or walk, how far and how fast. Its always-on sunlight readable touchscreen display allows you

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Turn your steps into strides with vívosmart HR+, the GPS activity tracker with Elevate wrist heart rate technology. Not only does it count steps, calories, floors climbed and intensity minutes, it also uses GPS satellites to track where you jog or walk, how far and how fast. Its always-on sunlight readable touchscreen display allows you to view your stats and swipe and tap to see more. Pair it with your smartphone to control music, and stay connected with smart notifications that include email, text, social media alerts and more. It automatically syncs with the Garmin Connect mobile app, where you can receive meaningful digital insights such as daily motivation and healthy tips when paired with a compatible smartphone (go to garmin.com/ble)

Product Features

  • GPS INTEGRATION – Acquire satellites quickly to more accurately track where you jog or walk – even under Tree cover
  • RUNNING METRICS – This easy-to-use smart band tracks distance, pace, personal records, and includes features like walk/run mode and virtual pacer
  • MOVE IQ – Automatically track your walking, running, biking, swimming and elliptical training throughout the day without needing to start a timed activity
  • 24/7 HEART RATE MONITORING – With Elevate wrist heart rate technology, you can track your heart rate all day and night – Activity Tracking Accuracy (go to garmin.com/ataccuracy)
  • PURPOSE BUILT – Designed for the active lifestyle in mind, a rugged, durable construction with 5 ATM water rating lets you do all the things you want. Wrist circumference: 5.4″ to 7.6″ (136.0 to 192.0 mm), regular; 7.1″ to 8.8″ (180.0 to 224.0 mm), x-large. Kindly refer the User Manual before use.

Comments

hello_world says:

Awesome tracker for smaller wrists! For months I had been researching activity trackers that were also fairly decent in tracking heart rate and sleep, and could fit my small (5.5″) wrist. (I say “fairly decent” here because it’s important to keep in mind that this is a wrist-based piece of technology – it’s not a moving treadmill with wires and electrodes and a team of scientists measuring every muscle twitch.) I’ve had the HR+ for almost two weeks now, and I love this thing! A lot of the features are already…

Geoff Dotson says:

Pro’s & Con’s Since almost everyone who reads this may be considering this over the Charge 2, I’ll give you a good summary.Pro’s:1. Waterproof up to 50 meters so you an wear in the shower, pool and beach. Charge 2 cannot, so yes if you are comfortable taking it off every day or multiple times, as well as, unconcerned about a spill ruining your watch, the charge 2 is still okay.2. The software is literally just as good as fit bits, my dad has one. Most critics say fit bit…

R. Herman says:

Returning it – not for me. OK, I’ve had a Fitbit flex for 2 years, and decided it was time to upgrade. I scoured the reviews for activity trackers, and decided on the Garmin Vivosmart HR+.I’m returning it for the following reasons:1. Sleep tracking. I took the tracker off for a few days. Although no steps were recorded, it did record me “sleeping” for 11 hours per day (from 2:30 PM – to 1:30 AM). It did this for two days. Very strange.2. “Intense” workout minutes – after a run, my heart rate…

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