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What the community says about Garmin Vivosport
- "Auto sleep tracking seems to be mainly if not completely movement based. If I take off the tracker right before sleep to take a shower it will count that time as well because it's sitting on the counter not moving. I end up having to fix the time later which is a little annoying. The Charge HR was better in this area"
- "If you're a polo player and need an amazing wearable device look no further than the Garmin Vivosport. This is honestly one of the best "wearables" available as I've tried out a lot of them in the last few years. The Vivosport is quite durable and has every type of "monitoring" feature you could ask for as well as built-in GPS. It isn't the cheapest device out there but the price is well worth it given the quality of what you get. You really can't go wrong here so get out there and pickup one of these devices if you're in the market!"
- "If you are searching for the best wireless heart rate watches with auto-sleep, you should consider the Garmin Vivosport. It is a smart activity tracker that includes the functionality of a built-in GPS. I definitely enjoy using this for functions other than my heart rate, but it also does that very well and also has the ability to auto-sleep. "
- "I'm' amazed at how easily it picks up my heart rate unlike some devices where I have to adjust it to get it to work. I love how there are no buttons on it and everything is done from the screen. I thought the battery life was pretty good too, it lasted a few days before I needed to charge it, but I'm still trying to figure out how I can check the battery on it."
- "I really like this Smartwatch because it's pretty rugged and has a lot of functional features on it. I'm a big proponent of having GPS integrated into a smartwatch active tracker Kama which this has. Aside from that it's got all the basic functionality as a Fitbit tracker though it's around the same price. I've been using this activity tracker for the past few months on hikes and runs, so far I haven't had any major issues with it and the battery seems the last fairly long. I would highly recommend getting this activity tracker if you want to get better results in terms of your location and altitude during activities."
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- "During run will vibrate every few seconds, indicating "Time", very annoying, haven't been able to get that issue fixed. For running, free phone apps are better. Purchased for heart rate monitor but it will not stay on the monitor screen, to read heart rate I need to unlock then scroll to get heart rate, which is a pain to do when running, nearly impossible now with the "Time" warning which needs to be deleted first to scroll. It can be hard to read and scroll, especially during exercise For the money there are better products. Was hoping to get an offer to return, but am not able to. Wife has a different brand, same brand as her phone not an Apple, and it is far better than the Garmin. Wish I had purchased what she has. "
- "This has been a very useful sport watch for tracking my sleep, daily walking activity, etc., but it is rather worthless as an indoor workout tracker, being unable to even correctly monitor my numerous times up and down the stairs in our 3 level home in a normal day's passing. It also is a little less than user friendly as to finding the embedded tools, but for the price, it is totally worth it. Reviews, that I found after purchasing it, warned that it isn't useful if you are "a gym rat." Well, I'm not a gym rat, so that's a good thing, but it seems a bit of a super-fail that it can't correctly track the times I climb the flights of stairs in my home. Garmin has given all sorts of excuses as to what I'm doing wrong, but the reality is the device isn't designed to measure elevation changes correctly. It is water resistant, too, but Garmin also warns that it doesn't track swimming well. So there you go. "
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in What are the best fitness trackers"Upgraded to the new vivosport after the (fairly useless) strap keeper on my vivosmart hr+ broke for the second time. My original fitness watch was a vivosmart and I loved it -- but not the pixel death that came along with it. I was not a big fan of the hr+ but everything that I disliked about it seems to be better in this new vivosport. For one, the screen is smaller and the hr sensor is more flush with the underside of the band."