Getting Fit with the Garmin Vivosmart 3


In honour of our upcoming Connect Fitness and Health catalogue, we have for you today two blogs covering our most popular activity trackers. This first blog features the discreet but powerful Garmin Vivosmart 3 while the second of today’s entries shines a light on the incredibly slim Fitbit Alta HR.


Tracking in Style

The first thing you notice about the Garmin Vivosmart 3 is without a doubt its stylish profile. With its subtle and slim wristband and hidden display, the Vivosmart 3 is a discreet activity tracker that works well with all fashion styles.

Daily Monitoring

The Vivosmart 3 uses Elevate wrist-based heart rate technology to provide wearers with a number of beneficial features including activity tracking, heart rate monitoring, VO2 max estimates and even your fitness age. Use these stats to plan and achieve your fitness goals while learning more about your body and what it needs to maintain peak performance.

Steps and Reps

This activity tracker’s impressive range of tracking capabilities include steps taken, floors climbed, calories burned and intensity minutes among others. The Vivosmart 3’s Move IQ feature automatically detects exercises and can automatically start timed walks and runs, freeing you to exercise when and how you want.

Similarly, the Vivosmart 3 comes with a built-in personal rep counter that captures exercises, reps and sets plus work and rest times for a comprehensive workout review.

Staying Connected

Last but not least, smart notifications keep you up-to-date with your latest emails, text messages and social media notifications. Automatically upload your fitness data to Garmin Connect and synchronise multiple activity trackers at once via TrueUp. You can also find your phone and control music playback through the Vivosmart 3.

The Garmin Vivosmart 3 activity tracker possesses a battery life of up to 5 day and is safe for swimming and showering.

For the very best in activity trackers, shop in-store or online.   

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