The Garmin vivosmart HR is a new generation fitness tracker with built-in heart rate sensor. This fitness band has a touchscreen that is readable in direct sunlight and incorporates the Garmin Elevate™ wrist heart rate sensor. Vivosmart has activity tracking1, counts footsteps, floors climbed and intensity minutes. These all combine to provide and accurate picture of calories burned.
Sign up for a free Garmin Connect™ account and join the free Garmin fitness community. Your vivosmart will upload data wirelessly for you to analyse and share your goals online, or monitor through the smartphone app.
Finally, the vivosmart includes smart notifications2 and vibration alerts to let you know about incoming calls, texts, emails, meetings, weather, and social media updates.
The vivosmart HR is water rated at 5 ATM up to 50 meters3.
vivosmart HR Features
Garmin Elevate™ Wrist Heart Rate
Get accurate calories burned information. You can also pair with compatible Garmin devices for additional heart rate data.
Get extra credit for walking up and down those stairs with the built-in barometric altimeter.
You can no monitor your aerobic activity against goals recommended by major health organisations including the World Health Organisation.
Displays steps, calories, distance, heart rate, floors climbed, Intensity Minutes and time of day.
Automatically updates to your smartphone through the day.
Displays any notification from your mobile device; calls, text, social, music, games, weather, etc. with vibration alerts so you don’t miss a beat.
Learns your activity level and proposes a personalised daily step goal. Additionally lets you manually set a floors climbed and Intensity Minutes goal.
Move Bar Alerts
Tells you when you’ve been sitting too long.
Calorie & Nutrition
Connect with MyFitnessPal for calorie consumption and nutritional information.
Wirelessly syncs to Garmin Connect™ for fitness challenges and progress.
2When paired with compatible smartphone; see Garmin.com/ble for list of devices
3Water Rating 5 ATM (50m). For more information, see Garmin.com/waterrating