Garmin has launched the Garmin Vivofit fitness band for the Indian market. Garmin is a name that is well known in the field of GPS and navigation. The price of Vivofit fitness band in India is Rs. 9,990.
Garmin Vivofit Fitness Band
The fitness band has a curved display with the “always-on” display. As you would expect from a fitness gadget, the Garmin Vivofit fitness band serves you. It shows the countdown to the goals that you set, the distance, calories, etc. It all depends on what option you have selected.
Long Battery Life
There are a lot of fitness bands in the market that are available with rechargeable batteries. Such batteries are known to last just a few days or weeks at the most. However, the Garmin Vivofit fitness band comes with a battery that lasts more than one year, claims the company about the gadget’s battery life.
Android and iOS Support
The Garmin Vivofit fitness band is compatible with both Android and iOS operating system. So, this should give the fitness gadget a bigger consumer span as the bulk of the devices run on these two OSes. However, the Bluetooth version 4.0 or above is a must. It gives an edge to the devices over others in this case.
Monitoring Your Activities
The device works in tandem with the user. It recognizes the activity levels of the user and then sets achievable goals on a daily basis. No wonder, as you keep achieving your milestones, the same will be recorded by the Vivofit fitness band. The gadget will then adjust the goals for the ensuing day.
As far as tracking inactivity is concerned, there is a red tracker. It is a red bar that moves after an hour’s inactivity. As long as there is no activity on the part of the user, it will keep building up. If you wish to break the red bar, just walk for a few minutes and the move bar will be reset automatically.
However, when you sleep (which is an inactivity mode) the device keeps a watch over the quality of your rest too. The band is water resistant up to 50 meters. The Garmin Vivofit fitness band also goes with the ANT+ heart rate monitors.