With the Garmin VivoSmart you can track your steps, calories, sleep and other health data, and enjoy access to a free online fitness community. This activity tracker reminds you to move when you sit still for too long, automatically sets a daily step goal based on your current activity level, and has a sleek, invisible OED display that comes to life when you get a call or text.
Tap to See Stats
VívosSmart features a sleek, invisible display that comes to life when you get a notification or when you give the band a tap. Then the OLED display shines through the band to reveal your steps, distance traveled, calories burned, time of day and more.
Automatically syncs your data to Garmin Connect™, our online fitness community, when you use the free app on your compatible Bluetooth® device¹. You can also access Garmin Connect on your computer.
Stay active and connected with vívosmart wearable technology. Each time you receive a text, email or call from your compatible Bluetooth device, vívosmart gently vibrates and automatically displays the information. Simply touch and swipe the screen to read more.
Tells Time and "Time to Move"
Research shows prolonged periods of inactivity, like sitting, decrease your body’s production of fat-burning enzymes. The good news: that can be reversed with frequent, short walk breaks.
You might lose track of time but vívosmart remembers. After 1 hour of inactivity, vívosmart vibrates to let you know that it’s time to move. Walking for a couple of minutes will reset the inactivity timer.
VívosSmart follows your progress 24/7 and can stay on for up to 7 days, before the battery needs a charge. With a water rating of 5 ATM, you can wear vívosmart in the shower or when you swim, worry-free.
Use the built-in alarm clock and vívosmart will alert you with a gentle vibration. Set the sleep mode at bedtime and monitor your rest. Later, you can view your total sleep hours, as well as periods of movement and restful sleep, on your Garmin Connect page.
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Personalized Daily Goals
VívosSmart learns your current activity level, then assigns an attainable daily goal. As you meet your milestones, VívosSmart adjusts your goal for the next day, gradually nudging you toward a more active lifestyle. At Garmin Connect, our free online community, you can earn virtual badges and view your progress.
VívosSmart automatically syncs with your connected Bluetooth mobile device at strategic times throughout the day, like when a goal is met or when several steps have been taken since the last sync.
At Garmin Connect, you can track your progress, and earn virtual badges for extra motivation. You can also join online challenges and connect, compete and compare with friends and family around the world.
When you’re ready to take the next steps toward better health, vívosmart has additional features to keep you motivated. Use with a heart rate monitor² to record your heart rate and zone data and get more accurate calorie burn information for any fitness activity, such as a run or a cardio class at the gym. You can also pair vívosmart with bike speed sensors (sold separately).
For detailed calorie tracking, you can create an account at MyFitnessPal and link it to your Garmin Connect account. This allows you to compare calories consumed to total calories burned, which vívosmart records throughout the day.
Also at Garmin Connect, you can join online challenges with other Garmin VivoSmart users or start your own competition with friends to compete for virtual badges and bragging rights.
I got one early from the brick & mortar store that has a temporary exclusive on Vivosmart. HIGHLY recommended. I've had a couple of Smart Watches (the original Sony SmartWatch, the Pebble) and I've had a Jawbone UP (previous model, no Bluetooth). This is every bit as comfortable as the UP. The heart monitor that's bundled is the best bit one I've ever seen, way better (and more comfortable) than an older Polar one I had. I would say the biggest negative on this band is the 7 day battery life, versus the new UP's 14 day, but plugging it in once a week is not that bad, honestly, and is in line with my Pebble, and the original UP band.