The Garmin Vivomove Sport can be described as a type of fitness tracker that is neatly wrapped up in the body of an analogue watch. This product marks the Garmin Company’s very first attempt at creating a smart analogue watch. The Garmin Vivomove Sport functions to monitor sleep, track steps, track running. In addition to the Garmin Vivomove Sport model there are also Garmin Vivomove Premium and Classic models that are relatively more expensive in pricing. The weight of the watches also varies according to the model as it is directly proportional to pricing. This article essentially aims at giving consumers a comprehensive review of the Garmin Vívomove Sport watch edition.
The issue of child obesity is a rapidly growing problem today. Statistics reveal that it has doubled in children and even worse quadrupled in adolescents in the past three decades. Popular health organizations such as the World Health Organization recognize the importance of exercise in making the bodies and minds of young people healthy. It’s the reason that there are fitness trackers of all rage to help in tracking children’s activity. The main aim of having a fitness tracker is motivation.
Garmin is a promising name in the world of fitness trackers and if you want to go for a good product, the Garmin Vivosmart HR Plus is a great one to choose as a beginner. You have to understand the fact that this is not one of the cheapest ones out there and the brand does not want to make that happen either. It is a premium fitness tracker and it offers special features to those who need it. If you are looking for an affordable, still reliable fintess tracker, check Mi Band 1S (Mi band 1s review here).
So, as you can already understand, we are going to do a complete Garmin Vivosmart HR plus review in this article. Our target is simple. We want to make sure that we provide information to you based on which, you can make your decisions. There is no point in wasting hours and reading reviews if they make things tough for you. Let’s get started. Continue reading
If you consider yourself to be a multifaceted athlete, that is you jog, swim, snowboard or perform just about any outdoor activity, the Garmin Fenix 2 is the watch for you! The Fenix 2 is Garmin’s much improved version over its predecessor, the first generation Fenix released in 2012. The original Fenix was geared towards running and hiking related activities, whereas the Fenix 2 is a full fledge multi sport watch that is a truly exemplary gadget to say the least.
The Fenix 2 as claimed by Garmin is a full featured training watch and that’s just about how we’d describe it too. Considering that it is designed for just about any activity, it is outfitted with a ton of features such as an accelerometer, 3-axis compass, ANT+ and Bluetooth radios, a high sensitivity GPS radio, barometer, altimeter and even an integrated thermometer. The biggest problem or inconvenience rather that most outdoor athletes are faced with is having a separate watch or even a couple multi sport watches for each activity. But the Gamin Fenix (pronounced Phoenix just like the US State) resolves this issue nicely and is intended to be the Jack of all Trades.
The Fenix 2 can be ordered in two different packages: one with just the watch and one with the watch and the HRM-RUN heart strap. When paired with the Fenix 2, the HRM-RUN heart strap is able to measure ground contact time, vertical oscillation (measures how high you bounce when you run) and cadence among others. So if you train at a very high level or simply require detailed data such as this, the Fenix 2 multi sport training GPS bundle is a recommended buy. Getting back to the unboxing, the package of the Garmin Fenix 2 is a visual treat in itself, and is divided into 3 sections, two of which contain the device and accessories. Continue reading
Until a few months, dash cameras were just fancy gadgets designed to record footage when you drive, but Garmin takes it one step further with the GDR45 GPS Driving recorder. The compact device mounts onto any car’s windshield, and not only allows you to capture what your windshield sees in HD quality, but also serves as a data recorder with GPS technology that records precise coordinates, speed, direction and other information that is overlaid on the video.
4GB microSD can be used for the Garmin GDR45 driving recorder, this will allow for storing up to 40 minutes of footage. It continues to record and overwrites the old footage, but you can always add a 32GB memory card to capture and store more without overwriting. You can also save more footage on the included 4GB memory card by switching from 1080p recording to 720p video.