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Garmin vivomove Sport NA White with Sport Band,Smartwatches
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- Easy to use - works right out of the box with no connectivity needed
- Long battery life - up to 1 year of battery life, no re-charging needed
- The percent of your daily step goal is always displayed on the watch face so you can easily track the percentage of steps you’ve taken or how far you’ve traveled
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Whether your steps come in 3-inch Heels or 3-piece suits, vivomove activity tracker gives you the luxury of all-day activity tracking without losing style. The elegant timepiece tracks steps, monitors sleep and syncs with the Garmin connect mobile app to view your stats in more detail. Your step progress is tracked throughout the day and can be seen on the Watch face. Its impressive 1-year battery life lets you track activity 24/7 without having to worry about charging it every night. Available in silicone, Leather, Rose gold-tone and stainless steel, choose which design complements your style best, and keep taking steps towards a healthier you.
From the manufacturer
Never compromise style for function. Get the features you want in the body of a beautiful, classic timepiece.
- 1+ Year Battery
- Move Bar Alert
- Step Tracking
- Sleep Monitoring
Analog Watch with Activity Tracking
Whether you take your steps in 3-inch heels or 3-piece suits, the vívomove watch gives you the luxury of all-day activity tracking without losing style. The elegant timepiece tracks steps and monitors sleep, too. And with an impressive battery that powers your watch for up to 1 year, vívomove is ready to go whenever you are.
Data for Now and for Later
A glance at the vívomove watch face shows your step progress and move bar, but your watch also collects plenty of other data you can view later on your phone or desktop. vívomove automatically transfers data to the Garmin Connect Mobile app throughout the day, so you have access to information such as how many steps you’ve taken, distance traveled, calories burned and more.
It's go time. Garmin Connect is our free online community where people on the move can save, plan and share their activities. Beat yesterday in your daily step count or epic run. Get digital insights tailored to your stats and habits, like cues to move and healthy tips. Connect with other users to challenge and compete. Available on your desktop or compatible mobile device.
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This might be what you need. This watch is discontinued so if you're lucky you can get your hands on this vivomove Garmin watch. I think it's a really clean design and best part about it is it doesn't look geeky like typical smart watches.
If you're trying to compare its features with apple or Android Wear watches then you're going to easily be disappointed and you'll return it pretty much after one day of use. I think that's why Amazon often has these for used price if 30$ !!!! Thats an absolute stealll. I grabbed it because I'm a huge hybrid smartwatch fan. I've so far owned two expensive Android Wear smart watches, a typical fitness watch (Garmin vivofitHR) and two hybrid smartwatches and now this is my third hybrid. All of my true smartwatches from Android Wear went to the garbage. The battery dies too quick and I detest charging yet another device every day. Regardless of claims, smartwatches just eventually lose juice and the batteries don't last long. I also don't need all the info influx all the time and it's simply info and notification overload ....
If you're finding more and more that's how you feel? And you miss just a plain old watch that doesn't look geeky, you might be fine with this vivomove. Don't mistake it for vivomove HR which is the more feature rich and battery hogging watch. This watch is a clean design meant to just..... Tell time. And then on the side, it tracks movement , steps and sleep. That's it. No vibration motor so no notification buzzing.
Sleep and step tracking is fairly decent. It's on par with Garmin vivofitHR and my Skagen hybrid ... Give or take 300-ish steps and sleep time is ballpark accurate. Who needs ultra accurate anyway??? I'm happy that this is 5meters water proof too So I can be in the pool without worries. So far it tells time fine without drift but others have reported time is drifting. After 48 hrs no drift. But I'll report back after much longer usage of watch
BT sync is dead simple. It apparently syncs occasionally but that depends on how you configure the watch. There are three settings : limited is one time a day, occasional is a few times a day and frequent is often sync ups. The other option is , if you're near the phone with BT enabled , just press the crown for one second and it will manuaosync eventually. It's effective and pretty much all you should need. It's once in a while glitchy and doesn't sync manually but it might be my phone because I just toggle BT off and on with the pixel phone and it syncs up quickly.
The other thing to note ... The watch doesn't sync to phone time. When I say this is a no frills watch..... That's what I mean. The watch is manually adjusted with traditional crown dial where you pull the crown. And then dial in your time and press back in to start time. Enjoy low tech!!!
The rubberwrist band is simple. Doesn't irritate me too much and has double belt hooks to keep the band from flapping. Nice touch is the second outer belt hook has a small nub that slips into the last band hole to keep it from sliding. Nice.
So yes, it's a dead simple watch. But has smlal luxury of keeping steps. If that's for you then finding this used 30$ gem will be delightful. It was marketed at 199$ cad when first .released.
-My red motion tracker bar on the right side is broken, there is a red blur that is frozen in the middle of the bar.
-The second hand never lands directly on any of the notches. This may sound stupid, but it makes it look cheap.
-The band is actually very comfortable, but the rest of the materials seem to be extremely cheaply made. I bought this watch on sale for about $60, which is still too much for the quality, but i'd be livid if I spent the full retail value.
-Garmin doesn't even warranty these watches anymore, even though I bought it 2 months ago.