Garmin Vivoactive Price in Singapore & Specifications

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Garmin Vivoactive Specs

Release Date in Singapore
DateMay 2015
Display resolution205 x 148 pixels
Ports & interfaces
Product colourBlack
Waterproof up to50 m
Heart rate monitorYes
Distance travelledYes
Active minutesYes
Calories burnedYes
Personal goalsYes

Reviews of Garmin Vivoactive
Reviewed on 2015-04-09
The new Vivoactive is Garmin's first proper smartwatch. When paired with a smartphone via Bluetooth, it will vibrate and display alerts for incoming calls, SMS, WhatsApp messages, e-mail or other smartphone notifications. It is also armed with an accele...
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Reviewed on 2018-11-13
I've tested dozens of these wrist gadgets, but I've never bought one for myself. Now, I think, it's time. But which one? The Apple Watch? A Fitbit thing?I decided to conduct a little reality-show competition on my arm. I resolved...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-16
GPS tracking, Great battery life, Thin profile
Clunky touchscreen navigation, Intermittent notifications
Garmin has made several iterations of fitness trackers and its newer wearables have dabbled in smartwatch functions like call, text, calendar, and email notifications. The Garmin Vivoactive can forward notifications from your phone, however its interface...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-22
Chroma display is easy to read in sunlight, Can track multiple sports and activities, including swimming, skiing, and stand-up paddle-boarding, Built-in heart rate monitor is always-on and doesn't suck up a lot of battery life, Built-in GPS is super-fast...
Garmin Connect has a lot of information and options which can make navigating it and completing simply tasks confusing, App takes a long time to start producing personal insights
Garmin makes over 25 different fitness wearables that range from $99 to as high as $699. You can say this for Garminconfusing as that lineup can be, the company has made a device for everyone .The goal of its newly released $250 Vivoactive HR is to compet...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-28
The Garmin vivoactive fitness tracker is a smart(ish) watch which combines all-day activity and sleep tracking along with more detailed exercise monitoring thanks to built-in GPS capabilities. Gizmag recently spent a few weeks putting the device through i...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-21
I've tested dozens of these wrist gadgets, but I've never bought one for myself. Now, I think, it's time. But which one? The Apple Watch? A Fitbit thing?I decided to conduct a little reality-show competition on my arm. I resolved to take the winner of thi...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-20
The Vivoactive has an ultraslim design, good battery life and an always-on color display that shines in outdoor performance. It has vibration and notification alerts from your smartphone, activity tracking with auto-adjusting goals, multisport tracking th...
The Connect IQ app store is lacking, Garmin's mobile app is dated and sleep tracking is unimpressive. The watch software and smartphone connectivity can also be unstable, requiring frequent reboots
"That's a nice watch." These are words you don't hear often when wearing a smartwatch, let alone a GPS equipped sport watch. But in my time testing the Garmin Vivoactive, these words were said to me many times by runners, family members and even some coll...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-16
Here are some of the features:•Ultra-thin GPS smartwatch with a sunlight-readable, high-resolution color touchscreen •Built-in sports apps, including GPS-enabled running, biking and golfing plus swimming and activity tracking, let you view your stats even...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-07
I've been using the Vivoactive for the last month on a final production unit with final production firmware. The good, the bad, and the ugly. To be clear, I've been using a united provided by Garmin to test with (a final production unit). Like always, I'l...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-01
Outstanding battery life. Slim and sleek. Top-notch screen. Built-in GPS. On-device tracking for many activities. Waterproof. Notifications from iOS and Android. Wide array of swappable bands. Has its own app store.
Heart rate monitoring requires chest strap. No wireless syncing with Windows or Mac. Connect IQ app store needs time to mature fully
On Tuesday, the first day I set up my Garmin Vivoactive ($249), I assumed I'd be recharging it come Friday afternoon. I had plans for this mighty little wristwatch activity tracker, after all. I would use its built-in GPS to record outdoor runs, let it mo...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-19
Lightweigh, customizable design, Smartphone notifications, Detailed activity tracking, Built-in GPS
Dim display in low light, No built-in heart-rate monitor
The Garmin Vivoactive is as much a smartwatch as it is a fitness tracker. It tracks the usual steps, calories and sleep, plus GPS data like pace and distance. The Vivoactive also delivers all of your smartphone's notifications to its color touch screen, m...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-10
Garmin's vivoactive is a great fitness watch with good battery life and has a real internal GPS. At A$339 its way ahead of the competitors.Smart watches have gained a lot of attention lately so let's put this in perspective. I hate so called smart watches...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-14
GPS tracking, Comfortable to wear, Lots of metrics to digest
App and Web interface could stand to be a little clearer, Step count was a little off
Being able to track your daily level of activity is the first step towards maintaining a healthy (or healthier) lifestyle. Gadgets such as a simple Fitbit are a good entry point because they can measure steps in real-time and allow you to set daily goals,...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-06
There has never been more attention on the smartwatch category as there is right now. The types of smartwatches are increasing too with different specialties offered in different models.If exercise and activity are the main reasons behind your purchasing ...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-09
For blokes, the watch size works. The sophisticated square is 42mm wide and a wafer-thin 8mm thick; it's not a monstrous fashion statement like the Moto 360 or Google offerings.But for a daintier wrist, even at a mere 38 grams, it's a cumbersome fit that ...
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