Garmin has unveiled its newest addition to the Vivomove vary, the Garmin Vivomove Sport, at CES 2022.
The Garmin Vivomove vary takes Garmin’s glorious train and well being monitoring and packages it in a extra traditional-looking watch. The design combines analogue fingers with one or two small hidden screens to show good notifications, like texts or calendar occasions out of your telephone.
The Vivomove Sport contains only one display and offers a extra reasonably priced possibility with an RRP of £159.99, in contrast with £199.99 for the Vivomove 3, £259.99 for the Vivomove Model and £439.99 for the Vivomove Luxe. Whereas these names recommend you pay extra for better-looking units, it’s fairer to say the rise in value comes right down to costlier supplies. The Vivomove Sport might include a silicone band, however it’s accessible in three enticing color mixtures – cocoa with peach gold accents, ivory with peach gold accents and mint with silver accents – in addition to all black.
The options are very near these of the Vivomove 3: maybe probably the most vital addition is Dwell Monitoring, which lets you share your reside location with trusted contacts whereas exercising outside. It additionally permits you to arrange emergency contacts within the app and press a mix of buttons on the system to alert them if there’s an emergency.
The Vivomove sport can also be 5g lighter than the Vivomove 3S (the smaller 39mm model) and improves the display decision.
In any other case it shares a battery life of 5 days in smartwatch mode, a variety of well being monitoring options and the power to make use of your smartphone’s sign to trace out of doors runs, bike rides and walks.
The primary competitor within the hybrid watch discipline is Withings, and whereas Withings’s Scanwatch has extra superior well being monitoring options it’s considerably costlier at £249.95. The Withings Metal HR has a extra comparable worth of £169.95, however, for our cash a minimum of, can’t compete with the seems of the Vivomove Sport.
The truth is, the hardest competitors the Vivomove Sport faces is from its stablemate the Garmin Lily (£179.99). It has a really comparable set of options and classy look, however drops the analogue watch fingers in favour of a full touchscreen.
The Vivomove Sport is available for purchase now with supply in three to 5 weeks.
Purchase from Garmin | £159.99