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Garmin Vivomove HR | Best Classic Watch

If you are looking for a smartwatch that looks like a normal watch, then you have very limited options. Most of the hybrid smartwatches mix the looks of a classic watch with the smart functionality and should be even more popular than they are. But thanks to this limited choice and the disinterest that some consumers have that we have these few options to choose from. App has dominated the smartwatch world while Fitbit has dominated the fitness trackers world. Garmin Vivomove HR has a foot in both of these markets, and they are an excellent hybrid smartwatch.

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Review For Garmin Vivomove HR

Best Classic Watch You Must Own!!


As well as just telling the time, Garmin vivomove HR has some surprising amount of fitness tricks. There is a heart rate monitor as well as a stress monitor function and full notification support. There is also an auto activity detection and full activity tracking you can tell us the Garmin vivomove HR app. The screen is offset center to the left to help in accommodating a back button. But most of the information displays centrally. Sometimes it is obscure by the hands in consideration that they are analog. But, when you raise your wrist or double tap on the screen, reveals a while LCD that has simple dot style read out.

Why you should buy this product?

The Garmin vivomove HR has a heart rate monitor, something that is great to see in such a slim watch. It gives you a constant 24/7 reading. The watch also measures your stress level, which is slightly cheeky. Although it only says when your heart rate is high. The Garmin Vivomove HR also works well as a fitness tracker when it is tracking your runs, walks, and more. It is also waterproof to enable swimming with it. But you have to leave the auto to detect mode on to track activities.


The Garmin Vivomove HR holds the advantage of being considerably lighter than the premium versions. They are two grams lighter than the lightest smartwatch that we have tested before. And they have a lightweight design and a flush optical heart rate sensor on the reverse. They are also among the most comfortable wrist wearables we have tested. As for its display, although it has one of the smallest touchscreens that you can find on any smartwatch. It works well for the most part. You can get the most from what the Garmin Vivomove HR does just with a few swipes. It has reviews of 3 out of 5 from 371 guest buyers on Amazon.

The slightly underwhelming battery life is not enough reason not to buy the Garmin Vivomove HR. However, if you are looking for a hybrid smartwatch which will log your steps, sleep, heart rate and tress in a package that is great in looks and also with a fair pricing, then it is an obvious choice. The trueUP tech of Garmin vivomove HR makes the decision making even simpler if you already own another Garmin device. The flip side of this review is that if you need just one watch that will do all the Withings devices do, then hold on to the Garmin Vivomove HR.

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