Reviews at IWeartheTech.Com can give you an idea on the performance, features, and benefits of some of the hottest fitness trackers in the market.
Garmin Vivofit HR is one of the fitness trackers you can consider if you are looking for wearable tech that can efficiently track your heart race and fitness, while providing smartphone alerts. Vivofit HR is water resistant, so it can be handy if you are the type to forget to remove your watch before taking a shower or swimming. However, the bulky design may not appeal to some consumers, and the Connect mobile application is not as smooth as the apps for watches by other manufacturers like Jawbone and Fitbit.
IWeartheTech.Com’s Latest Garmin Vivofit HR Review gives you the low-down on the advantages of this fitness tracker model, including the all-around and reliable GPS and heart rate monitor that is useful for many workout and sporting activities. Another notable feature in the Vivofit HR is the MoveIQ Automatic Activity Detection technology, which has made the algorithms and integrated sensors more sophisticated.
Our Hands-on Review gave this multisport activity tracker a rating of 8.5/10, suggesting that it will appeal to you if you enjoy a lot of sports and an active lifestyle. People who walk, run, cycle, swim, ski or snowboard, golf, row, cross country ski, paddleboard, or do cardio and strength training are some of the target consumers of Garmin when they designed the Vivovit HR model.
Unlike its predecessors, Garmin Vivofit HR comes with a touchscreen, Connect IQ apps, smart notifications, GPS, and a wrist-based heart monitor. Garmin further improved the reliability of the heart rate monitor and the Move IQ activity tracking software to make the more efficient and accurate. Notifications are available for texts, social media, emails, and calls.
You can customize the Vivofit HR with over 1,300 apps, widges, watch faces, and data fields from Connect IQ store. Another big bonus of the Vivofit HR over other fitness trackers on the market is the battery life which can last up to eight days in non-GPS or watch mode, and up to 13 hours when in GPS activity tracking mode.