Garmin has this week announced the launch of a brand new activity tracking smartwatch.

Called the Garmin Vivomove, it is an analogue watch, that has a range of activity tracking features hidden away inside, providing you with all the fitness tech that you would need, but in the body of a normal watch.

It works through Garmin’s Connect app on iOS, Android and Windows Phone, which it uses to show you the data it has recorded on your smartphone.

Within this app, you will be able to view both your steps and your sleep patterns, but if you prefer, you can just look at the watch face, which will also show you your steps stats.

There is also a red bar on the watch face, which will increase with every 15 minutes of inactivity, and decrease as soon as you become active again.


The Garmin Vivomove will be available in Q2 of 2016 for from £139.99 in black, white, stainless steel and gold with a number of strap options.

You can find out more about it at the source link.

Source: Garmin

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