Garmin HR Sea Foam with Silver Hardware
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- 24/7 heart rate monitoring with Elevate wrist heart rate technology
- Wellness monitoring tools, such as all-day stress tracking and a relaxation timer, help you manage stress
- Includes fitness monitoring tools such as VO2 Max and fitness age
- Displays steps, calories, distance, heart rate and intensity minutes
- Stay connected with smart features such as auto uploads, smart notifications, music controls and more
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Fashionably fit is just a tap away with vvomove hr. This stylish hybrid smartwatch features a touchscreen with a discreet display. Precision hands show the time and dynamically move away when you swipe through your messages, heart rate¹ and more. It counts your steps and calories while monitoring wellness, including all-day stress tracking1. Hybrid smartwatch you get the best of both worlds when physical, ticking watch hands meet a touchscreen and a discreet display. The smart display only appears when you quickly turn your wrist to glance at your watch. The watch hands even dynamically move out of the way when you interact with the touchscreen, then move back to the correct time when you are done.
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Coming from VivoSmart HR, we are looking for a lightweight and easy to use activity tracker that has some extra features (time, alarm and notifications). GPS and golfing are not essential features for us. We like our VivoSmart HR, but it is not the most elegant activity tracker (ugly) in the market.
VivoMove HR looks like a modestly priced watch (maybe a sub hundred dollar Timex?), feel light, comfortable and much more attractive than VivoSmart HR. Set up is a breeze with Connect app and all functionalities work as advertised. Coming from VivoSmart family, you will feel right at home. Love the "Do Not Disturb" feature especially if you use it as sleep tracker. Compare to VivoSmart HR, vibration intensity for alarm and notifications is much lighter at medium setting, but you can set it to high.
One major concern that we have is the screen readability, especially under the bright sunlight. Compare to VivoSmart HR, the texts are less legible, mainly due to the reflection from the glass (hint to Garmin, anti-reflection coating). The auto brightness will kick-in in couple of seconds and make the texts brighter. That does help a little. Overall, screen readability is a lot better than what we expected.
We have the watch for 3 full days now and the battery is at 55%, so it should last 5 to 6 days of usage on a full charge.
Overall, if you are looking for an activity tracker that easy to use, lightweight and comfortable, most of all, you are not "ashamed" to wear it everyday (good looking watch), while GPS, golfing and Garmin Pay are not essential features for you, give VivoMove HR a try.
I think price point is a little high for the such high competitive market (minus 1 star). Price it at $150 to $175 and we got a winner!
1. The Gear's watch face simply would not light up when I looked at it half of the time. I enjoy all the features that smart/fitness watches offer, but I do need the watch to work
2. Battery life: Samsung advertised a 3-4 day battery life, but I was getting maybe one day...And that was on days that I did not work out
3. It just did not look like something I would want to wear to work...It isn't ugly, but it did not have the elegance I was hoping for
Now on to the Vivomove HR...
1. Elegant look: I'm not ashamed to wear it to work
2. Notifications work well: It took me some effort to adjust what notifications I want, but the notifications work well
3. Battery life: So far so good...It has gone about 3.5 days using about half the battery (I have not done an intense run yet though)
4. Garmin App works well
5. Pairs with MyFitnessPal
6. Watch hands move for notifications: When you are swiping through the different screens or reading a notification, the watch hands move to a "10:10" position (see pic). This function works quite well. Ironically, the hands still move to this position even if the hands are not in the way (if you get a text at noon, for an example)
7. Stress tracking
8. VO2 Max: This is something not typically found on a hybrid watch like this
9. Heart rate monitor: Runs very frequently without having a major impact on battery life
1. Strap quality: It is a silicone band that is lightweight and comfortable, but to me it seems rather flimsy. Also, one of the pins that you use to remove the strap broke as soon as I took the watch out of the packaging (see pic). Not a big deal though. I could just buy another strap if I really wanted to
2. Visibility outdoors: The notification screen is hardly visible outdoors (although it is supposedly better on this black background than other colors). Again, not a deal-breaker for me personally, but I could see how it would bug others
3. Lack of features compared to Samsung Gear Fit 2 Pro: This turned out not to be a big deal for me, but it might be for some. Samsung had a GPS, offline Spotify, and customizable watch faces. I run/work out with my phone all the time anyway, so I don't care too much about the GPS and Spotify. As for the watch faces, I would rather have a classic analog time piece
4. Smart alarm: I wish it had an alarm that could wake you up based on your sleep cycle. Who knows? Maybe it will be a software update one day