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Garmin Vivomove HR Analog Digital Smartwatch With Fitness Features Launched in India: Price, Specifications

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Garmin Vivomove HR Analog Digital Smartwatch With Fitness Features Launched in India: Price, Specifications
Highlights
  • Vivomove HR comes with a price tag of Rs. 15,999
  • Currently available across select Helios stores
  • Smartwatch ships with inbuilt wellness feature

Garmin on Wednesday launched the Vivomove HR Analog Digital smartwatch in India. It is a hybrid smartwatch featuring a crystal touchscreen with a discreet display. This essentially means that the precision hands that showcase time will dynamically move away when a user swipes through messages, heart rate, and other features. The highlight of the smartwatch is its inbuilt wellness feature. Priced at Rs. 15,999, the Vivomove HR will be available for sale via online as well as offline stores.

The Vivomove HR hybrid smartwatch can monitor heart rate. It features wellness monitoring tools such as "all-day stress tracking" and "relaxation timer." It also shows the steps taken and calories burnt. The smartwatch comes with features such as smart notifications, weather, find my phone, music control, and find my watch. Also, it is compatible with iPhone, Android, and Windows smartphones.

With them Garmin Vivomove HR, the company promises a battery life that lasts up to 5 days in smart mode and up to 2 weeks in watch mode. So, the users do not have to start or stop their activity timer each time they begin walking. Notably, the device is available across select Helios stores and will soon be available in some e-commerce portals.

"We are very happy to announce the launch of Vivomove HR in India. A unique feature of Vivomove HR is that the watch hands dynamically move out when you interact with the touchscreen and then move back to the correct time when you are done. It is sure to win the heart of fitness enthusiasts who don't like to compromise on fashion," Ali Rizvi, National Sales Manager, Garmin India said in a press statement.

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