Garmin vívosport Smart Activity Tracker – Slate, L

December 21, 2017 - Comment

There’s a lot of get-up-and-move packed into this activity tracker. Though it’s compact enough to suit any occasion, vívosport features built-in GPS, which lets you accurately track your activities outside while also including a variety of indoor activities. It brings you fitness monitoring tools and all-day stress tracking plus handy connected features, including automatic uploads

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There’s a lot of get-up-and-move packed into this activity tracker. Though it’s compact enough to suit any occasion, vívosport features built-in GPS, which lets you accurately track your activities outside while also including a variety of indoor activities. It brings you fitness monitoring tools and all-day stress tracking plus handy connected features, including automatic uploads to our Garmin Connect online fitness community. It’s the complete activity tracking package.

Product Features

  • Work out inside, or use built-in GPS to accurately track activities outside
  • Includes fitness monitoring tools such as Vo2 Max and fitness made estimates
  • All-day stress tracking helps you stay in touch with your body’s response to potential stressors
  • Features always-on color Garmin chroma display and slim profile. Display size: 0.38 x 0.76 inches
  • Get connected features such as smart notifications, Live Track and more

Comments

Ann M says:

Impressed. Upgraded to the new vivosport after the (fairly useless) strap keeper on my vivosmart hr+ broke for the second time. My original fitness watch was a vivosmart and I loved it — but not the pixel death that came along with it. I was not a big fan of the hr+ but everything that I disliked about it seems to be better in this new vivosport. For one, the screen is smaller and the hr sensor is more flush with the underside of the band. That means it fits my smaller wrist better; the hr+ always sat…

MH says:

Not Bad Update 1:Auto sleep tracking seems to be mainly if not completely movement based. If I take off the tracker right before sleep to take a shower it will count that time as well because it’s sitting on the counter not moving. I end up having to fix the time later which is a little annoying. The Charge HR was better in this area.————————Original Text————————I’m coming from a Fitbit Charge HR so comparisons are to that.Impressions…

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