US-based wearable device maker Garmin has launched the ‘vívomove’ series – a new collection of hybrid smartwatches. The feature-laden series come with the ability to track health and fitness data, offers smart notifications for text messages, social media updates, calendar reminders, and more.
The hybrid smartwatch lineup consists of the vívomove 3/3S, vívomove Style, and vívomove Luxe watches. All the three watches resemble a traditional timepiece with real ticking hands. The watches offer 24/7 health monitoring features, including the Body Battery, a unique feature to monitor body energy levels at any given moment, which can help with scheduling workouts, rest times, and sleep.
The watch has over 20 built-in indoor and outdoor sports apps, GPS, and Elevate wrist-based heart-rate monitor to track your heart activity.
Other features include advanced sleep with Pulse Ox1, a new respiration tracking, abnormal heart rate alerts, menstrual cycle tracking, stress tracking with relax reminders, new hydration tracking, new breathwork activities, and more. With the advanced sleep monitoring feature, users can review their sleep stats in Garmin Connect.
The vívomove Luxe has a 42mm stainless steel bezel and stainless-steel casing and comes in Italian leather or Milanese metal strap. The device features hidden dual AMOLED colour touchscreen displays.
The vívomove Style offers users a choice between a woven nylon band or a silicone band. The watch has a 42mm aluminium bezel and aluminium casing and is available in a variety of metal finishes. It features a domed Corning Gorilla glass lens and has the same interactive dual AMOLED displays as the vívomove Luxe.
The vívomove 3/3S is available in two case sizes (44mm and 39mm). It comes in a stainless-steel bezel or colourful silicone bands and has a hidden touchscreen display.
All the vívomove series watches have a battery life of up to five days in smartwatch mode and an additional week in watch mode.
The watches are available online on Amazon, Paytm Mall, and Garminstore.in and offline on major retail stores.