Garmin is today unveiling two new smartwatches: the Venu 2 Plus active lifestyle GPS smartwatch and the vívomove Sport hybrid smartwatch.
Venu 2 Plus
The Venu 2 Plus GPS smartwatch lets users take calls and use their compatible smartphone’s voice assistant to send texts, ask questions, and more. These connected capabilities join the suite of health, wellness and fitness features of Garmin’s Venu 2 Series.
Features include: sleep score with insights, stress tracking, energy monitoring, Pulse Ox1, women’s health features and a wide variety of fitness and workout options.
With a bright AMOLED display and a battery life of up to 9 days, the Venu 2 Plus is positioned as ‘a direct line to wellbeing’. “Garmin has quite literally answered the call for adding on-device voice capabilities to the latest Venu smartwatch,” said Dan Bartel, Garmin Vice President of Global Consumer Sales.
“For the active lifestyle customer, multi-tasking is crucial, and now Garmin customers have the ability to answer a call or send a text without digging through their pocket or bag.”
The newest entry to the vívomove hybrid smartwatch series – the vívomove Sport hybrid smartwatch features ticking watch hands that move to reveal a hidden touchscreen display.
Designed for those who ‘seek a fashionable way to stay connected while tracking their health and fitness’, the vívomove Sport features a full suite of health and wellness tools. These include” Body Battery energy monitoring, all-day stress tracking, advanced sleep monitoring, built-in sports apps with connected GPS and more. New unique colourways see vívomove Sport positioned as an ‘ultimate wellness accessory, affordably priced at a suggested £159 price.’
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