- Keeps track of your energy levels, Pulse Ox (this is not a medical device and is not intended for use in the diagnosis or monitoring of any medical condition), respiration, menstrual cycle, stress, sleep, estimated heart, hydration and more
- Easily download songs to your watch, including playlists from Spotify, Amazon music or Deezer (may require a premium subscription with a third party music provider), and connect with headphones (sold separately) for phone free listening
- Record all the ways to move with more than 20 preloaded GPS and indoor sports apps, including yoga, running, swimming and more
- Get easy to follow, animated workouts right on your watch screen, including cardio, strength, yoga and Pilates
- Battery life: Up to 8 days in smartwatch mode; Up to 6 hours in GPS and music mode
The Garmin Vivoactive 4 is a sports watch that comes with smart features for fitness enthusiasts and athletes. It packs in a whole lot of excellent attributes which blew me away. It’s perfect for those who are on the go or prefer to work out at home.
The Garmin Vivoactive 4 can be one of the top alternatives to the apple watch and android watch due to its well-rounded features for fitness tracking and notifications.
Garmin Vivoactive 4 is the latest smartwatch from Garmin. This watch contains a lot of sensors and tracking features, lots of sports profiles and other activities, smart notifications, voice support, and even stress tracking.
When it comes to fitness wearables, Garmin is the biggest brand you can think of. The Vivoactive 3 is the predecessor to the Vivoactive 4. With smartwatches taking over, it is almost inconceivable that Garmin has a dedicated fitness tracker. However, Garmin has done exactly that with the Vivoactive 4. They have taken into consideration the needs of both niche and mass markets to come up with a product that caters to everything from basic fitness tracking to water sports and more. We get hands-on experience with the device and try to answer some interesting questions about the device.
A fitness device will make you work harder. As the Garmin Vivoactive 4 is marketed as a fitness wearable, that’s exactly what I tried it out for.
What you will find most interesting is the stunning visual display. The Garmin vivoactive 4 GPS tracker has got an ultra-slim 1.2-inch color screen that makes for a very comfortable home viewing. The sunlight-readable display has got the capability to light up your eyes, making them more clear and visible even under direct sunlight.
If there’s anything I’ve learned about buying tech gear lately, it’s to expect the unexpected. So when Garmin announced a re-release of their Vivoactive HR a few months ago (the Vivoactive 3) we expected what everyone else was expecting…a slight upgrade from its predecessor (the Vivoactive HR). An upgrade in price, maybe, but in features as well? Doubtful. But that’s exactly what this device is—a bicep curl for your wrist with boatloads of new features for the same price as its predecessor, making it a fantastic buy even if you’re just looking for a casual fitness tracker.