Garmin vívosport

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  • Garmin vívosport
  • Garmin vívosport
  • Garmin vívosport
  • Garmin vívosport
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Specs / Features


Specification

Tech Spec
Display Size 0.8497
Display Type Sunlight-visible, transflective memory-in-pixel
Display Resolution 72 x 144 pixels
Battery Life GPS mode: Up to 8 hours, Smartwatch mode: Up to 7 days
Specification
Brand Garmin
Warranty 12 months
Size 12.2 x 2.1 x 1.09 cm (4.8 x 0.8 x 0.4 in)
Weight 24.1 grams (0.85 ounces)

Reviews (7.7/10 Avg. rating)


Alphr

A decent but fiddly tracker

from Alphr

You won’t be disappointed if you plump for the Garmin Vivosport, but if you see yourself actively interacting with the device regularly, rather than just glancing at the screen and having it record data for viewing elsewhere, then you might want to consider your options before putting any cash down.

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You won’t be disappointed if you plump for the Garmin Vivosport, but if you see yourself actively interacting with the device regularly, rather than just glancing at the screen and having it record data for viewing elsewhere, then you might want to consider your options before putting any cash down.

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Stuff

This GPS fitness tracker fits more into a small band than just about any other

The Garmin Vivosport looks like a basic fitness band, but it has the notifications of a smartwatch and the fitness tracking of a GPS runner’s watch. Garmin has crammed an awful lot into this little tracker, making it one of the very best options for those who want GPS but without an ultra-high price or wrist-bothering design.

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The Garmin Vivosport looks like a basic fitness band, but it has the notifications of a smartwatch and the fitness tracking of a GPS runner’s watch. Garmin has crammed an awful lot into this little tracker, making it one of the very best options for those who want GPS but without an ultra-high price or wrist-bothering design.

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TechRadar

A small band with a lot of tech

from TechRadar

The Garmin Vivosport doesn't have the style of a Fitbit or the high-tech vibe of a Samsung Gear. However, this is one of the smallest fitness trackers that has full GPS/HR tracking and an altimeter. It brings max tracking power with minimal bulk.

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The Garmin Vivosport doesn't have the style of a Fitbit or the high-tech vibe of a Samsung Gear. However, this is one of the smallest fitness trackers that has full GPS/HR tracking and an altimeter. It brings max tracking power with minimal bulk.

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TechGearLab

A little pricey for its performance

from TechGearLab

This middle-of-the-road fitness tracker is relatively uninspiring and failed to impress. It's a little on the pricey side and doesn't really stand out from the pack. It's a definite improvement over some of the previous Garmin models in terms of being a quality, everyday fitness tracker.

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This middle-of-the-road fitness tracker is relatively uninspiring and failed to impress. It's a little on the pricey side and doesn't really stand out from the pack. It's a definite improvement over some of the previous Garmin models in terms of being a quality, everyday fitness tracker.

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Tom's Guide

A good GPS watch alternative

from Tom's Guide

The Garmin Vivosport feels like a fitness tracker that's made for someone who doesn't want to pay full price for a sports watch with embedded GPS and support for a variety of workout types. Overall, though, it's a solid, functional and sturdy device for anyone who wants robust exercise track...More

The Garmin Vivosport feels like a fitness tracker that's made for someone who doesn't want to pay full price for a sports watch with embedded GPS and support for a variety of workout types. Overall, though, it's a solid, functional and sturdy device for anyone who wants robust exercise tracking in a slim form factor. Just remember to turn on Auto Lock.

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Android Authority

Compact, lightweight, and packed with features

from Android Authority

The Garmin vívosport is a great fitness tracker and an obvious alternative to the Fitbit competition. It's slim, light, has a GPS and a heart rate monitor, and features plenty of improvements over its predecessors.

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The Garmin vívosport is a great fitness tracker and an obvious alternative to the Fitbit competition. It's slim, light, has a GPS and a heart rate monitor, and features plenty of improvements over its predecessors.

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The Wirecutter

Best for accurate tracking

from The Wirecutter

In the Vívosport, Garmin combines the best of its stable of fitness trackers—from an always-visible display to automatic exercise detection to heart-rate monitoring to GPS—and does it quite well.

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In the Vívosport, Garmin combines the best of its stable of fitness trackers—from an always-visible display to automatic exercise detection to heart-rate monitoring to GPS—and does it quite well.

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