Garmin vívosmart 3, Fitness/Activity Tracker with ...

February 3, 2020 - Comment

Featuring a sleek design and a hidden display that’s only on when you need it, vívosmart 3 tracks steps, floors climbed, sleep and so much more. It tracks your fitness and wellness with all-day HR and Stress monitoring, VO2 Max and Fitness Age. With Move IQ and a new Strength Training activity which automatically counts

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(as of April 20, 2020 3:21 am GMT+0000 - Details)

Featuring a sleek design and a hidden display that’s only on when you need it, vívosmart 3 tracks steps, floors climbed, sleep and so much more. It tracks your fitness and wellness with all-day HR and Stress monitoring, VO2 Max and Fitness Age. With Move IQ and a new Strength Training activity which automatically counts your weight training reps, working out will be convenient and effective.

Product Features

  • The thinnest HR-equipped activity tracker from Garmin at 4mm thinner and more form fitting than vívosmart HR
  • While not in use, the discreet display disappears into the device so as not to overshadow your style
  • Measures VO2 Max, which is widely recognized as an excellent mearure. Memory/history : 7 timed activities, 14 days of activity tracking data
  • Stress monitoring enables users to see periods of elevated stress or restful recovery
  • New strength training activity will count sets, reps, and rest times and will push them to Garmin Connect for review

Comments

Anonymous says:

Band broke around 75 days. Otherwise, I loved it. :’-( I LOVED this. Slim, unobtrusive, does what I want re: heartrate, sleep tracking, alarms… Then less than 90 days and the strap broke. Garmin is making good–apparently they know it’s a design flaw–but when asked about it, they said, “try not to stress the band.” I don’t think that’s appropriate for a sports device. What is the point of a waterproof heart-rate fitness tracker if you can’t stress the band? ?? Really? And I just was wearing it for basic life–nothing ‘stressful’…

Anonymous says:

Update of previous review: pretty expensive to only last one year Update: These trackers are pretty disposable. The band on this model cannot be replaced. As several other reviewers noted, when the tracker separates from the plastic band, there is no replacement option. The HR model seems to have a band that is attached with screws and can be replaced. Not so with the Vivosmart 3. Now that they are on to Vivosmart 4, this probably won’t matter to anyone. I have loved my Garmins, but like most technology, they aren’t designed to last.I guess I am…

Anonymous says:

Garmin could do better I purchased the Vivosmart 3 after wearing a Vivofit 2 for almost 2 years.I’m going to start with my biggest issue with the Vivosmart 3: the strap. The unit is completely enclosed in the strap. I hesitated buying the Vivosmart 3 because I didn’t particularly like the colors and unlike other Garmin (and FitBit) products, you can’t change the band. I got over the color choices and bought it anyway. It’s one month later and I regret it. The buckle part of the band fell apart while I was…

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