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goodhousekeeping.com
Reviewed on 2016-11-25
Inactivity Bar shows how long you've been still, Move IQ senses the type of exercise, Sets an attainable step goal based on your activity level, Consistently measures heart rate, Can control music, view weather and get notifications on the device, Measure...Relatively short battery life, Bulky design, Testers said it was uncomfortable
The Garmin vivosmart HR has all the features you would want in a fitness tracker, but is definitely meant for fitness enthusiasts. It uses MoveIQ technology to detect what type of workout you're doing, and also provides all-day activity tracking.As well a...
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expertreviews.co.uk
Reviewed on 2016-08-30
When I originally reviewed the Garmin Vivosmart HR, I came to the conclusion that it was the best fitness tracker money could buy. While it isn't quite top dog anymore - plenty of devices have come and gone since 2015, one thing's for certain: It still ho...
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gizmodo.com.au
Reviewed on 2016-06-09
There's never been a better time to utilise technology for health and fitness purposes. Fitness trackers are, by far, the most common piece of wearable tech available, letting you track your movement and activity as you go about your business – and all yo...
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thestar.com.my
Reviewed on 2016-04-19
The Vivosmart HR is a powerful, ­feature-packed fitness band with a ­monochrome touchscreen.Unlike the previous version, it has a ­physical button that lets you change many of the band's settings. You can modify the alarm, Bluetooth, sync, call volume and...
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liveatpc.com
Reviewed on 2016-04-11
The Garmin Vivosmart HR is designed in a way that makes it rarely noticeable among most clothing options. The design is black and has a matte surface for the wearable parts. It is also graded for a 5 ATM waterproof rating.The band tracks your steps, sleep...
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straitstimes.com
Reviewed on 2016-03-23
The Garmin Vivosmart HR succeeds last year's Vivosmart. And as its name implies, the new fitness tracker comes with a built-in heart rate monitor that tracks your heart rate all day.This HR version also gets a design overhaul. It comes in black and looks...
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g3ar.co.za
Reviewed on 2016-03-05
Featurepacked, Waterproof, Battery lifeNot very pretty, Syncing problems, Pricey
Convenience and quick access was also kept in mind when Garmin designed the Vivosmart HR, with information such as the current state of the weather and media control shortcuts readily available. Then there's the small things that make the smart band great...
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pcauthority.com.au
Reviewed on 2016-02-16
The Vivosmart HR is the newest addition to Garmin's activity tracking range and resembles the lovechild of the Vivosmart band and the Vivofit 2. A sleek design with monochrome display, silicon band and built-in optical heart-rate monitor on the underside...
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dcrainmaker.com
Reviewed on 2016-01-14
I've been using the device the last 45 days or so, thus I've got a pretty good understanding of how it works (and where it doesn't). For this review I was sent a Vivosmart HR from Garmin to try out. After this review, I'll be sending back the demo unit as...
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tomsguide.com
Reviewed on 2016-01-04
Large displa, Accurate step-tracking and heart-rate monitorin, New daily goals featur, Easy setu, Waterproof designScreen overly sensitiv, Shorter battery life than competitio, No built-in diet tracking
Geared toward those looking to get more out of their workouts, the vivosmart HR ($149) incorporates a heart rate monitor and a large LCD to keep tabs on everything from your distance and calories burned to floors climbed and "intensity minutes." This trac...
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ausdroid.net
Reviewed on 2015-12-24
Small form factor, Phone notifications, Fully featured app, Solid design/bandBlack and white display, Not Android Wear, App is overcomplicated
Kleenex, Hoover, Glad Wrap, Band-aid, Fitbit. All brands that are synonymous with the products they represent. It makes it hard for other brands to break into their respective fields. Fitbit's dominance of the fitness band industry through the minds of th...
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titaniumgeek.com
Reviewed on 2015-12-18
polarWhen I reviewed the original Garmin VivoSmart, the ONLY criticism of any great note was that it lacked. It lacked an optical HR, which at the time of it's launch was *just* beginning to filter into the activity tracker market. As 2015 closes, Garmin...
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wareable.com
Reviewed on 2015-12-14
Accurate step and sleep tracking, Emphasis on resting heart rate, Good notifications, Sports trackingDubious live heart rate accuracy, Horrible vibration alert, Some syncing issues, Not exactly great looking
The only surprising thing about the release of the Garmin Vivosmart HR was that it didn't happen sooner. An update to the original Vivosmart tracker, the new version adds extra biometrics and overhauled sleep tracking features.With the Fitbit Charge HR do...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-12-05
Allday heart rate and fitness tracking. Alwayson touchscreen. Can get smartphone notifications. Shower and swimfriendly.Bulky design. Its Garmin Connect mobile app isn't as refined as apps from Fitbit or Jawbone. No smart coaching or personalized feedback
I'm picky when it comes to fitness trackers. I want a device that can stay on my wrist for extended periods of time, and that doesn't have to be charged every few days. One that doesn't need to be removed each time I take a shower or go for a swim. I also...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2015-12-04
Allday heart rate and fitness tracking. Alwayson touchscreen. Can get smartphone notifications. Shower and swimfriendly.Bulky design. Its Garmin Connect mobile app isn't as refined as apps from Fitbit or Jawbone. No smart coaching or personalized feedback
I'm picky when it comes to fitness trackers. I want a device that can stay on my wrist for extended periods of time, and that doesn't have to be charged every few days. One that doesn't need to be removed each time I take a shower or go for a swim. I also...
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CNET.co.uk
Reviewed on 2015-12-04
Allday heart rate and fitness tracking. Alwayson touchscreen. Can get smartphone notifications. Shower and swimfriendly.Bulky design. Its Garmin Connect mobile app isn't as refined as apps from Fitbit or Jawbone. No smart coaching or personalized feedback
I'm picky when it comes to fitness trackers. I want a device that can stay on my wrist for extended periods of time, and that doesn't have to be charged every few days. One that doesn't need to be removed each time I take a shower or go for a swim. I also...
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arstechnica.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-18
Smartphone notifications are discrete and comprehensive, letting you scroll to see full messages, The heart rate monitor is accurate and adjusts very quickly to give you a realtime reading, The display is simple but easy to view and read even in bright...Syncing issues with old software—make sure to download Garmin Express and check if your device needs an update before using, Its design isn't as minimalistic or modern as a Fitbit, Garmin Connect is confusing to navigate if you're looking for specific s...
Garmin is serious. The most dedicated outdoorsmen and athletes look to its rugged products for tracking everything from laps in the pool to dangerous hikes in remote places. Now the company is getting more serious about heart rate with the $150 Vivosmart...
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dcrainmaker.com
Reviewed on 2015-10-27
The Vivosmart line isn't new, and actually started last year with the original Vivosmart, which blended the activity tracking features of the Vivofit with many of the smartphone connected features of newer devices, like notifications.Now it's important to...
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Display

Display resolution

160 x 68 pixels

Touchscreen

Ports & interfaces

Connectivity technology

Wireless

Bluetooth
PC connected

Power

Battery life

5 day(s)

Battery technology

Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion)

Design

Device type

Wristband

Colour of product

Black, Violet

Band colour

Violet

Minimum strap length

13.6 cm

Maximum strap length

18.7 cm

Waterproof
Control type

Touch

Performance

Active minutes
Calories burned
Pedometer
Hours slept
Quality of sleep
Personal goals
Vibrating motor
Heart rate monitor
Timer
Alarm clock