Garmin vívosmart 4, Activity and Fitness Tracker w/ Pulse Ox and Heart Rate Monitor, Rose Gold w/ Gray Band

March 1, 2020 - Comment

Accent your style while enhancing your fitness With our vívosmart 4 activity tracker. This slim, swim-friendly wearable comes loaded with fitness and wellness features to help you make the most of a healthier, more active lifestyle. A wrist-based pulse ox sensor lets you estimate Blood oxygen saturation while you’re sleeping — or you can Spot-check

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Accent your style while enhancing your fitness With our vívosmart 4 activity tracker. This slim, swim-friendly wearable comes loaded with fitness and wellness features to help you make the most of a healthier, more active lifestyle. A wrist-based pulse ox sensor lets you estimate Blood oxygen saturation while you’re sleeping — or you can Spot-check your oxygen levels anytime during the day. (This is not a medical device and is not intended for use in the diagnosis or monitoring of any medical condition) The device also monitors heart rate at the wrist and includes such helpful tools as all-day stress tracking, a relaxation breathing timer and Vo2 Max readings. Plus, body battery energy monitoring helps you know when you’re primed to be active or when you may need to rest. Safe for the pool or shower, vívosmart 4 keeps you going strong with up to 7 days of battery life — while Smart notifications with vibration alerts help you stay connected on the go (When connected to a compatible smartphone). Lens Material – Polycarbonate

Product Features

  • Slim, smart activity tracker blends fashionable design with stylish metal accents and a bright, easy to read display
  • Includes advanced sleep monitoring with REM sleep and can gauge blood oxygen saturation levels during the night with the wrist based Pulse Ox sensor. (Not a medical device and not intended for use in the diagnosis or monitoring of any medical condition)
  • Fitness and health monitoring tools include estimated wrist based heart rate, all day stress tracking, Relaxation breathing timer, Vo2 Max, body battery energy monitor and more
  • Features dedicated activity timers for walks, runs, strength training, yoga, pool swims and others
  • Get vibration alerts for All notifications, including calls, text messages and more (text replies available for Android Device users).display resolution: 48 x 128 pixels
  • Battery life keeps up with you; lasts up to 7 days (excluding Pulse Ox sleep tracking) and is safe for swimming and showering, too
  • Connect to your compatible smartphone’s GPS so you can get accurate tracking during outdoor walks and runs

Comments

Anonymous says:

Switched to this from a Fitbit Versa. Here’s how it compares for me… After having two Fitbit Versa’s die on me, I decided to try something else, and the Vivosmart 4 seemed to fit the bill. First off, the Vivosmart battery life is so much better than the Versa. This is huge, as I was really getting tired of having to charge the Versa every couple of days. The Vivosmart is small and comfortable, but the screen is a pain to use. Its very difficult to navigate, and is impossible to use when wet – yet you’re still supposed to use it for swim tracking. Generally the…

Anonymous says:

Perfect Upgrade I had previously had a Garmin Vivofit 3 that I had used for several years (I had bought it after my college graduation). I recently got into seriously working out and decided I needed to upgrade my fitness device (since the vivofit didn’t have a heart rate monitor). I spent days reading reviews and looking at several different products, but always came back to the Vivosmart 4. Now that I’ve owned it for over a month, let me tell you why:1 — It’s waterproof (to a point, of course,…

Anonymous says:

HR monitor is ridiculously inaccurate I never write reviews, but I’m so disappointed in this product I thought I would share my experience. I primarily bought this for monitoring my heart rate during workouts. During the day when I’m not tracking exercise the HR monitor seems OK, but once I start an exercise the HR monitor is very inaccurate. During an intense workout where I’m short of breath and sweating (and probably between 150 and 180 bpm), the HR monitor says I’m between 60 and 90 bpm. Display and band are very small and…

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