Garmin Vivosmart Heart-rate Activity Tracker (Certified Refurbished) – Purple

December 2, 2017 - Comment

Vívosmart HR smart activity tracker with ElevateTM wrist heart rate technology measures heart rate at the wrist 24/7. That gives you the freedom to work out with no additional heart rate strap needed. Using heart rate, vívosmart HR provides calories burned information and quantifies the intensity of your fitness activities, providing better credit for your

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Vívosmart HR smart activity tracker with ElevateTM wrist heart rate technology measures heart rate at the wrist 24/7. That gives you the freedom to work out with no additional heart rate strap needed. Using heart rate, vívosmart HR provides calories burned information and quantifies the intensity of your fitness activities, providing better credit for your efforts. You can even use your vívosmart HR as a heart rate strap on your wrist when paired with other compatible Garmin devices. Sleek band is comfortable to wear all day, and the always-on display shows your stats, even in sunlight. Displays steps, distance, calories, heart rate, floors climbed and activity intensity. Receive text, call, email, calendar and social media alerts Control your music and your VIRB® action camera (sold separately) all from your wrist Reminds you to stay active with move bar and vibration alert.

Product Features

  • This Certified Refurbished product is tested and certified to look and work like new. The refurbishing process includes functionality testing, basic cleaning, inspection, and repackaging. The product ships with all relevant accessories, a minimum 90-day warranty, and may arrive in a generic box. Only select sellers who maintain a high performance bar may offer Certified Refurbished products on Amazon.com
  • Wrist-based heart rate – tracks heart rate to provide more accurate calories burned information
  • Floors climbed – climbing stairs is tough -get credit for the extra work, thanks to an Integrated Barometric altimeter.
  • Activity Tracking – displays steps, calories, distance, heart rate, floors climbed, intensity minutes and time of day.
  • Intensity minutes – monitor your Progress against aerobic activity goals recommended by Health organizations such as the American heart association

Comments

Mike says:

Heart rate fitness tracker for those new to activity tracking. I had the Garmin Vivosmart HR for about 10 days and am writing this review which I hope might be useful for people who are interested in purchasing the device. If you regularly run outside and need GPS functions, this fitness tracker will not be adequate do for you.The Vivosmart HR is the first of Garmin’s devices to offer “Elevate” heart rate monitoring technology; Garmin’s own in house tech and not something borrowed from Mio Global like the Forerunner 225. I suspect the…

BeachTutor says:

The Best Fitness Non-GPS Smartwatch Out There! I wanted to write a review on this because I feel like people who leave reviews of this product haven’t given it a reasonable amount of time to become acquainted with using it, therefore unfairly bashing the product.My specs:I am 38 year old female, 161lbs, Beachbody on Demand user [Challenge du Jour program (means blending of P90X, Insanity, Hammer and Chisel, etc workouts = 6 days per week, Sundays off.) I love workouts that burn over 350+ calories in 30+ minutes]. I surf. I…

Panama Joe says:

Vivosmart HR vs. Fitbit charge HR vs. Vivosmart My wife uses the Vivosmart and I have the Vivosmart HR for about a month now (Currently it’s exclusive to BestBuy). A friend of mine has the Fitbit charge HR – so I considered them allDesign:Vivosmart wins the beuty contest, looking more like a bracelet than a wearable electronic device. No buttons and you don’t even see there is a screen until it lights up. Fitbit charge HR is thinner, while the Vivosmart charge HR is certainly the ugliest. All 3, BTW, feels quite comfortable…

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