Equipped with pointers and a digital display, the Garmin wrist is also available in coffee color.
While the Come 2 More a versatile, call – answering smart sports watch with a combi price tag, while the Vivomove Sport a more affordable style piece that focuses more on design, yet offers a good pair of features, which is most noticeable with its traditional analog indicators and tiny, monochrome OLED panel at the bottom. In addition to the black and white packaging, it also arouses interest in the more interesting mint and cocoa colors, both on 40 x 40 x 11 millimeters and 33.8 grams, at a price of 68 thousand forints.
In connected mode, the widget promises five days of operation as a standalone clock, plus 5 ATM protection so you can swim in it, and current data and icons can be read from a 154 x 72 pixel panel. There is an optical pulse oximeter at the back, as this is essential for activity tracking, GPS training and route recording, but will need to be connected to a mobile phone.
The features and notifications available on the watch can be accessed by tapping or swiping on the touch panel, and you can start tracking various sports activities from here. You don’t have to give up step counting, stress and sleep tracking, breathing exercises or a cycle calendar, plus an event calendar display, timer and stopwatch are also options.