FREE Shipping with $34.99 Purchase | FREE Returns

Top Product Reviews

Garmin Vivofit 4 Activity Tracker

Verified Purchaser
March 19, 2019
I love the vivofit! I prefer these over any other tracker because of the watch battery and water resistance features. If you have to take it off to charge/fuss with it, what's the point. My last vivofit lasted a couple of years, this one is advertised to last a year. The app is easy to use. Buying through groupon was simple, it arrived in about 3 days and took less than 10 minutes to set up.

Garmin Vivosmart 4 Wellness and Fitness Tracker

Verified Purchaser
January 17, 2019
This is my second day wearing the Garmin and it is easy to read and navigate. Was also easy to set up and was about to sink to another app to track progress.

Garmin Vivosmart Activity Tracker with Wrist Heart Rate Technology

Verified Purchaser
July 29, 2018
Ran my first OCR with my new Garmin yesterday so it got a little scuffed. I was in a rural area and it wouldn’t connect to the GPS so that I could map my run. Other than that small glitch I love the features. I love that it show my heart rate and distance both on the lock screen!

Garmin Vivosmart Activity Tracker with Wrist Heart Rate Technology

Verified Purchaser
July 17, 2018
The Vivosmart HR+ refurbished is the upgrade that I sought for my Vivofit 1. The HR+ arrived in a genuine Garmin Refurbished box and included the watch, charger, manual, and 1-year warranty. Garmin Express recognized my new watch. I kept my Vivofit 1 to wear when the HR+ is charging. Garmin TrueUp can tell whether my activity is from the VS HR+, VF 1, or an illegal duplicate from both. There are several great features: (1) GPS will produce a nice map of my outdoor activities, (2) Unlike the VF 1, I can now get Garmin credit for most activities (steps, runs, rides, swims, miles, cardio, current HR, resting HR, gym equipment, Intensity Minutes, weather, outdoor elevation), (3) Every feature of Garmin Connect works except features needing to know my VO2Max, exercise efficiency, or indoor virtual hills. The cons are minor but I'll list them: (1) While most outdoor maps are good, a few have weird gaps when the GPS satellite link is momentarily lost (my solution is to save the good maps as "courses"), (2) GPS drains the batteries, requiring a recharge every 2 days, but I have two watches so I wear the VF 1 while the VS HR+ charges, (3) the VS HR+ will not award credit for hill work on recumbent bikes, improvement in my VO2Max, or maximum exercise efficiency (there is no solution except a more expensive watch if you ride indoor bikes, care if your VO2Max is ~50, or you are approaching Level 4 exercise efficiency).