After the introduction of Approach X40 last month, Garmin revealed another watch known as the Vivomove, a stylish analog watch that has basic active tracking. It looks like a traditional watch, but this new Garmin wearable has great features. Now, here's all you need to know about Garmin Vivomove release date, specs price.
Garmin's Vivomove has fashion and fitness all combined in a single package. According to The Verge report, the analog watch boasts a full year of battery life and is waterproof down to 50 meters. The Vivomove also has the usual mixture of sensors to track steps and sleep. It will remind the user to remain active with its "move reminder" throughout the day. It is designed as red bar on the side of the watch's face.
Like Garmin's other activity trackers and fitness watches, this new wearable wirelessly syncs all data to the company's mobile app on iOS, Android, and Windows Phone.
Furthermore, the Vivomove is stylish and sleek. According to CNET, the watch is compatible with any 20mm band on the market. It is also offered in a variety of different models. The Vivomove Classic comes with leather band, while Vivomove Sport has a silicone one. There is also the Vivomove Premium, which features a leather strap and a steel body.
As for its price, the Vivomove Sport costs $150 in black in white, while Vivomove Classic is available for $200 in black or rose gold. The Vivomove Premium costs $300 and is also available in a gold-tone steel variant. Additionally, the accessories for sport bands are available for $30 in black and white, while the accessories for leather bands cost $60 in black, white, rose gold, dark brown, and light brown.
Garmin's Vivomove was revealed on May 4 this year and is expected to be shipped immediately in the market. However, there's still no official release date of the watch yet.
Meanwhile, Garmin is known to lack an integrated multi-device storage. It means that if you buy the $300 Vivomove to compliment your existing $600 Garmin Fenix3 HR, those two won't play well together. Garmin's app cannot combine data from multiple watches. However, the company stated that they will resolve it by the end of the year.
Nevertheless, it will be interesting to see if people will find the new wearable appealing enough to buy.