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Garmin Vivosmart HR+ GPS Activity Tracker, Black, Regular
- GPS integration, acquire satellites quickly to track where you jog or walk, even under Tree cover
- Running Metrics, this easy-to-use Smart band tracks distance, pace, personal Records, and includes Features like walk/run mode and Virtual pacer
- Move iq, automatically track your walking, running, biking, swimming and elliptical training throughout the day without needing to start a timed activity
- 24/7 Heart rate monitoring, with Elevate wrist Heart rate technology, you can track your Heart rate all day and night
- Purpose built, designed for the active lifestyle in mind, a rugged, durable construction with 5 ATM water rating lets you do all the things you want
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Turn your steps into strides with vivo smart HR+, the GPS activity tracker with Elevate wrist Heart rate technology. Not only does it count steps, calories, floors climbed and intensity minutes, it also uses GPS satellites to track where you jog or walk, how far and how fast. Its always-on sunlight readable touchscreen display allows you to view your stats and swipe and tap to see more. Pair it with your smartphone to control music, and stay connected with smart notifications that include email, text, social media Alerts and more. It automatically syncs with the Garmin connect mobile app, where you can receive meaningful digital insights such as daily motivation and healthy tips.
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Purpose built: designed with the active lifestyle in mind, a rugged, durable construction with 5 ATM water rating lets you do all the things you want. Pair with a heart rate monitor, bike speed sensors or VIRB action camera - Up to 7 days battery life!
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Turn your steps into strides with the Vivosmart HR+, the GPS activity tracker with Elevate heart rate technology. Not only does it count steps, calories, floors climbed and intensity minutes, it also uses GPS satellite to track where you jog or walk, how far and how fast. Pair it with your smartphone to control music, and stay connected with smart notifications that include email, text, social media alerts and more. It automatically syncs with the Garmin Connect mobile app, where you can receive meaningful digital insights such as daily motivation and healthy tips.
- GPS integration: acquire satellites quickly to track where you jog or walk, even under tree cover.
- Running Metrics: this easy-to-use smart band tracks distance, pace, and personal records, and includes features like walk/run mode and Virtual Pacer.
- 24/7 Heart rate monitoring: with Elevate heart rate technology, you can track your heart rate all day and night.
With 7 days battery life you don’t need to worry about it running out while you're on the go. Charging once a week should be enough for the average wearer.
GPS maps out your run or walk while measuring distance and pace. Displays steps, distance, calories burned and time of day.
Automatically track your walking, running, biking, swimming and elliptical training throughout the day without needing to start a timed activity.
The Vivosmart HR+ takes all the innovative features and technology of the Vivosmart HR Activity Tracker, adding GPS to map out your walk or run. The sleek design of the band offers comfortable all day wear in the water, in bright lights, or at night in bed for sleep monitoring. Smart notifications alert you to incoming calls, texts, emails and calendar events so you can stay connected. Auto sync with your mobile device when you meet your goal and share your data with Garmin Connect.
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I was not satisfied with Fitbit's 20th century approach to software design; however Garmin's is not much better. Both should look at Withings for intuitive software. I miss Fibit's compact design as I really liked the minimalist window on the HR; however, one of the reasons I upgraded was becuase I wanted GPS on my wrist; not on my phone. Fitbit's newest version of the HR does this, but is no where nearly as slick and inconspicuous. This is why I started to look elsewhere in earnest. The Garmin works really well in this area and I am happy with its performance here. It is large and bulky however and not as elegent as the earlier Fitbit HR (not the new HR). A big plus for the Garmin; however is its ease of compatibility with other software. Hugely grateful for this as I am back to using My Fitness Pal for food consumpition (nutrition), Withings for my scale, and moved from Runkeeper to Strava for athletics.
Its been about a month, and I'm pretty happy with it so far.
Using GPS every day for aprox. 40min. your battery will drain in less than 4 days, charging is fast, mine gets full battery in less than 40min.
Does not look bulky and bracelet is very comfortable.
Looks nice and fits Well.
Bracelet is very comfortable to use for long periods.
Notifications works very well, even far from the phone.
Motivates you to move during the day.
GPS built-in is very accurate!
Plastic screen gets scratches very very easy. I bought a protection after almost ruining mine against a wall.
Sometimes when loses connection with the phone, in my case using Galaxy S7, I can never synchronizing it again if I don't restart the phone.
You can activate manually just Walk or Run . Cycling Mode will be detected automatically (not very accurate most of the times)
Overall, I am happy with the purchase and recommend the product!
This said, the heart rate monitor is very inaccurate - I could be doing a workout where I know my bpm is in the 150-160 range and it tells me I'm around 85... The workout options are also fairly limited - no intervals, no cycling mode (which I knew before purchasing but underestimated how annoying it would be). Don't expect much from the sleep monitor either, the results have been pretty inconsistent and unreliable.
There are also some persistent problems with the software - you are supposed to set the alarm on the app but every time it syncs with the device the alarm gets wiped out again.
Also, the new Garmin operating software won't allow the pulse rate window to be set as home screen. It will display for a few seconds before it reverts to date and time. On online help person guided me to a setting that would allow the home screen to be set to "last displayed," then in our next communication admitted that it didn't work on the new operating system software. It's said that HR measurement drains battery life. They don't want complaints over short battery life.
The only way to make pulse rate remain visible is to initiate an exercise session. Problem is, the HR display in the exercise window is half the size. I can't read it without glasses.
I'll keep the device, as the other cheaper ones were worse. I wear glasses for some exercise. As far as sweat ruining accuracy, that's simply idiotic. I bought this thing to go get sweaty..
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