What Is Garmin Vivofit ?
Garmin Vivofit wristband tracks your movement and could be paired with a heart rate monitor, but it’s not the most well-rounded tracker.
- Fitness Band That Moves at the Pace of Your Life
- Personalized Daily Goals
- Tells Time and “Time to Move”
- Keep Moving
- Always On
- Get Connected
- Unit Dimensions: 21 mm wide x 10.5 mm thick (length varies based on band size (small and large))
- Band sizes: 4.7-6.9”/120-175 mm (small); 6.0-8.3”/152-210 mm (large)
- Display size (WxH): 25.5 mm x 10 mm
- Weight: 25.5 g
- Battery: Two replaceable CR1632 coin cells
- Battery life: More than 1 year
- Water resistant: yes (up to 50 m)
- History: Stores up to 3 weeks of 24/7 activity data on device between syncs, or up to 2 weeks if a heart rate monitor is used 1 hr/day.
- Heart rate monitor compatible: yes
- Wireless sync: yes (USB ANT™ Stick or Bluetooth® Smart technology, see Garmin-tested compatible phones)
- Garmin Connect™ compatible (online community where you analyze, categorize and share data): yes
- On-device data fields/screens: Daily step count, goal countdown, distance, calories, time of day, heart rate and heart rate zone (heart rate and heart rate zone available when used with an ANT+ heart rate monitor)
Conclusion after the use of Garmin vivofit. Lightweight and comfortable, put Jawbone UP. It has a time display . So happy with this ability, because Jawbone UP it has not watch. It can count step accurate. It has great algorithm. But this put hold it, don’t be afraid out of battery. Health Tracking Device excellent!
PROS: Garmin vivofit is simple, attractive design and pairs with heart-rate monitor. Large display stays on. Tracks sleep. One-year battery life
CONS: No automatic syncing. Hard to read display at night. No diet tracking.