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Garmin vívoactive HR GPS Smart Watch, Regular fit – Black

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Amazon Price: $249.99 $141.95 You save: $108.04 (43%). (as of June 22, 2018 6:14 pm – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

Run, bike, swim, golf, ski and more with vivo active HR, the GPS smartwatch with Elevate wrist heart rate technology. Outside of your more active moments, its built-in activity tracker counts steps throughout the day and measures calories burned. The sunlight-readable, high-resolution touchscreen features smart notifications such as call, text, email, social media alerts and more. Customize your watch with more than 1,300 apps, watch face designs, data fields and widgets from our Connect IQ store. Battery charge lasts through all your activities with up to 8 days in watch/activity tracking mode (no GPS) or up to 13 hours using GPS.

Customer Reviews

Awesome, with right expectations

 on May 31, 2016
By Karry L Blake

Best activity tracker on the market – Updated 6/28/16

 on May 7, 2016
By Ryan
I’ve been using it for almost 2 weeks now, I got lucky and got one really early. So far, I love it. Between weight training, elliptical running, biking (outdoor with ant+ sensors connected) and a huge amount of yard work, I am extremely impressed. Unlike previous wrist based trackers I’ve had, this one actually tracks movement when I cut the lawn or push a shopping cart. I use the GPS for yard work (turn on the walk activity), and it’s really cool to see the movement map when I’m done.

All-around activity tracker with golf features and good battery life? YES

 on May 23, 2016
By Jeff R.
I want to start this off by saying that this is the first fitness tracker I have owned. I would consider myself an athlete and have been one for basically my entire life. The sports I’ve played have changed over the years, but I’ve always been pretty active. I looked at other devices in the past like Fitbit, Polar, Nike, and even other Garmin devices, and nothing was appealing enough for me to finally buy into the whole activity tracking craze. A few months back, a friend showed me his Garmin Vivosmart HR during a volleyball tournament and showed me everything you can do with the Garmin Connect app. I play a lot of volleyball, so I was also a little concerned about wearing something on my wrist while playing since you pass with your arms, but he claimed that he didn’t really notice it while playing. The Garmin ecosystem seemed pretty cool, so I decided to jump on Amazon and search for something for myself.

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 on December 2, 2016
By ko-ko-ro-ko
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It’s a fitness watch, not an Apple watch

 on June 3, 2016
By Cindy Fleischhauer
I wanted to wait until I had this watch for a bit before writing my review. I am actually surprised at the amount of reviews where people do not love this product. I think that a part of it may be that people are expecting it to be more like a smart watch and less of a fitness watch.

Jack of all trades!

 on March 1, 2017
By Netzman
TL:DR version: This is a great activity tracker, and a good smart watch.

This is my 3rd activity tracker and also my by far favorite. The other two I tried was the Microsoft …

 on June 3, 2016
By Jarrod
I hope this review helps someone to make their decision a little easier. This is my 3rd activity tracker and also my by far favorite. The other two I tried was the Microsoft Band 2 and the Up3 by Jawbone. For the Microsoft band 2 I liked all the features it offered and the Microsoft health app was pretty good. The reason why I returned it was because it was uncomfortable to wear (I could not sleep with it on) and the 2 day battery life was undesirable. The Up3 was much more comfortable, however the rumors about the band easily unclasping and falling off was definitely true and after a week of using it the tracking started going nuts (This was a refurb so probably not typical and a defective unit). I really liked the Up3 Software. I had to send back the Up3 and seriously considered buying another, but it did seem too expensive for the lack of features and not being completely waterproof.
 

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