Garmin Vivomove HR Review!
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Fashionably fit is just a tap away with vívomove HR. This elegant hybrid smartwatch features a crystal touchscreen with a discreet screen. Accuracy hands show the time and dynamically move away when you swipe through your messages, heart rate and more. It counts your actions and calories while keeping an eye on wellness, consisting of all-day tension tracking.
I wouldn’t pay $200 for it, but $60 – and even then, not worth the software issues. Looks nice though.
Nice looking watch. Regular price is around $200 at Target. I saw one that was an open box that had been in the showcase for 3-months marked down to around $60 and I took the plunge.
If you like the analogue style
The smartwatch is OK. If you like the analogue style, you will like the look of this watch vs other smartwatches. It is good for checking what that buzz in your pocket was discretely, but as a fitness monitor it is poor. There is a category for flights of stairs climbed – it almost never registers. Doesn’t bother me, I chose to not display that. But what does bother me is the HR monitor, which is garbage. Regularly when checking my HR, the watch is off by a HUGE amount. If I am working out, often my chest HR monitor will say 150, and the watch will say 80. That is just unacceptable
I absolutely love my Garmin watch
I absolutely love my Garmin watch. I wanted a smart watch that did not scream smart watch, and that’s exactly what I’ve got. The Vivomove HR looks great whether I am dressed casual, or more formal.
Worth the purchase
I’ve had this watch about 2 weeks now. I love it. I get compliments on it all the time and then when I show them that it is an activity tracker it really blows their mind. I love the look, the feel and it works well with my business casual attire better than my fitbit. I have had no issues with the anakog hands keeping time. The only critiques I have are 1) can’t see the digital face when it’s really sunny. Not a big deal, just a inconvenience. 2) the Bluetooth radius is not very long. I live in a condo and when I am moving about the house I constantly get notifications Bluetooth connected then not connected then connected again. Other than these 2 items, blows my fitibits that I have owned out of the water.
Best of both worlds. Well executed
This a fantastic hybrid watch. Best of both worlds. Functionally this is all I would want from a smart watch as I’d much rather a device that looks like a watch (which it does brilliantly). The sleep tracker and heart rate monitoring work well for me. An all around winner.
Doesn’t Always Accurately Track Heart Rate 🙁
I love the aesthetics and the features of this watch. I chose it because I believed that Garmin has the best products and I loved this watch because it doesn’t look like a giant clunky fitness watch, I can wear it for almost any occasion (work, casual outings, formal outings, the gym, etc.). However, I have noticed that it does not consistently capture my heart rate which is extremely disappointing because that was my sole purpose for purchasing this. After spending $200 I am not happy that I will probably have to either buy a new watch entirely or buy a compatible heart rate monitor.
I love it! It is easier to sync than my …
I love it! It is easier to sync than my older Vivomove, and I like the looks of the watch.