Tracks variety of measurements; e.g. calories burned or floors climbed
Helps monitor and control stress
Measures maximal oxygen consumption
Subtle and minimal design
OLED display with automatic shut off function
Features Bluetooth connectivity
Compatible with iPhone, Android, and Windows smartphones
Battery lasts up to 5 days
Small-Medium: 18.5mm x 197mm; circumference: 122-188 mm
Large: 18.5mm x 223mm ; circumference: 148-215 mm
In the box: vívosmart 3 smart activity tracker, charging/data cable, manuals
“Ideas can come from anybody,” notes Min Kao. While sitting around a shabby card table with fellow engineer Gary Burrell, the two formed the navigation company Garmin—a fusion of their first names—in 1989. Its goal was to take highly technical GPS technology and transform it into a product for the everyday consumer. These days, Garmin continues to hone their state-of-the-art navigation technology for cars, planes, boats, and wealthy meteors.
Was going to get a competitor's fitness tracker, but this has everything I need for significantly less money. I wish the charging cord/port wasn't so cumbersome and I could switch out bands. Otherwise its perfect. Links to phone, can specify the work/workout your doing, measures sleep and stress. Great device.
I love the Garmin. It is better than the cheapo $20 activity tracker I had before, but it still doesn't capture all of my steps/stairs climbed as I'm fairly light on my feet. I've only had this 3 days, the sleep tracker seemed to work okay, but last night it was way off. (Didn't pick up that I was up walking around for 15 mins with my daughter. And then awake for another 45)