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Garmin vívoactive HR GPS Smart Watch, X-large fit - Black

Run, bike, swim, golf, ski and more with vivo active HR, the GPS smartwatch with Elevate wrist heart rate technology. Outside of your more active moments, its built-in activity tracker counts steps throughout the day and measures calories burned. The sunlight-readable, high-resolution touchscreen features smart notifications such as call, text, email, social media alerts and more. Customize your watch with more than 1,300 apps, watch face designs, data fields and widgets from our Connect IQ store. Battery charge lasts through all your activities with up to 8 days in watch/activity tracking mode (no GPS) or up to 13 hours using GPS.

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I've been using it for almost 2 weeks now, I got lucky and got one really early. So far, I love it. Between weight training, elliptical running, biking (outdoor with ant+ sensors connected) and a huge amount of yard work, I am extremely impressed. Unlike previous wrist based trackers I've had, this one actually tracks movement when I cut the lawn or push a shopping cart. I use the GPS for yard work (turn on the walk activity), and it's really cool to see the movement map when I'm done.

For anyone thinking about this, keep in mind that this is an activity tracker with some smart watch functionality. If you're thinking about this or something along the lines of a Gear S2 or Apple Watch, you are comparing the wrong products. If you want something to count steps, go with a Jawbone or FitBit, no need to spend $250 for a pedometer. This also isn't small. My wrists aren't large, but it looks fine on me and the size isn't an issue. If you wear dress shirts a lot (with sleeves down and buttoned), you might have a bit of an issue. I had to wear a suit last week, and it was tough to get the shirt cuff over the watch. Doing that daily would be a problem for me.

The watch faces are good, fairly limited, but good. Actiface is my favorite, it shows time, steps, battery life, date, sunrise/sunset time, calories burned, distance moved, max steps and cal for the week and it also has a graph showing calories and steps over the last 7 days. Great face to see a bevy of stats at a glance.

This was money well spent for me, I'm very active and this can keep up with everything I do and then some. The apps are limited, but again, this isn't a smart watch, it's a smart tracker for more athletic types of people. I love it, it was worth the 2+ months of waiting. I debated getting the Fenix 3 HR, but I'm not at that level of outdoor activity, so this was a perfect choice for me. The fact that it can go in the shower/pool/ocean without turning into a dead device makes this a no brainer in the price range.

5/16/16 Update:
I found out yesterday that, on a long trip, it will count steps in my car. I didn't have that problem with my wife's car. My UP24 did the same thing, so as with that, I will just take it off in the car.

HR tracking while lifting weights is not perfect, it's basically flipped: When lifting, HR goes down because blood flow is restricted, when I drop the weight, it goes up when normal flow returns. As with all wrist based, it's not perfect. For really detailed HR tracking, a chest strap is the best approach. I'm ok with how this works, but I will be getting a chest strap to get a more exact measure for weight training.

I have seen complaints about the size. Get a tape measure and you can easily see how big it will be on your wrist. Negative reviews based on size make no sense to me, it's clear how big it is. Cut a piece of paper or something to the size stated to see how big it will be on your wrist. It's not small, but it's also not as big as the Fenix 3. GPS, HR, touch screen, battery, all of these things need space for components. If you want something small, you'll need to sacrifice features. It can't be much smaller and still make sense to have a touch screen.

After 3 weeks, I'm totally sold on this still.

Update 6/28: 2 months in, I only wish I had this a year ago when I swimming daily. It's not perfect, but it's as close as it comes compared to others I have used. Stair counting could be better, I go up and down at least a dozen times a day (including basement stairs, maybe 2 dozen) and I rarely hit the 10 flight goal, not sure if that's a software or hardware problem, but that's really the only issue I have with it.

I want to start this off by saying that this is the first fitness tracker I have owned. I would consider myself an athlete and have been one for basically my entire life. The sports I've played have changed over the years, but I've always been pretty active. I looked at other devices in the past like Fitbit, Polar, Nike, and even other Garmin devices, and nothing was appealing enough for me to finally buy into the whole activity tracking craze. A few months back, a friend showed me his Garmin Vivosmart HR during a volleyball tournament and showed me everything you can do with the Garmin Connect app. I play a lot of volleyball, so I was also a little concerned about wearing something on my wrist while playing since you pass with your arms, but he claimed that he didn't really notice it while playing. The Garmin ecosystem seemed pretty cool, so I decided to jump on Amazon and search for something for myself.

I landed on the Vivoactive HR. Unfortunately, this was in March and it hadn't been released yet. Because of this, I wasn't able to find many hands on reviews. But the feature set had everything I was looking for. The main features I was looking for were activity tracking, sleep tracking, wrist-based heart rate sensor, built-in GPS, and decent battery life. The golf features and touchscreen were added bonuses. I golf a couple times a month during the warmer months of the year, and having a rangefinder on my wrist seemed pretty convenient. So I ordered it way back in March, but I didn't receive it until May 2. However, shortly after receiving mine, I noticed that the screen seemed to be crooked. It was like the display (under the glass) was turned slightly counterclockwise. I ended up calling Garmin directly and arranging for a replacement to be sent out. They sent one while allowing me to keep my current Vivoactive HR which I would send back when receiving the new one. After receiving the new one, I saw that the screen was mounted correctly. I will note that the device itself seemed to function normally otherwise except for one small problem which I will note later when talking about golf.


Heart Rate Monitoring: So I've had this thing for about 3 weeks now. I feel like for the price point it is at, it is truly awesome. Heart rate monitoring seems to be pretty accurate. I am not the type of person to care about perfectly exact HR numbers, but I've measured my pulse by feel and it seems to be pretty close. It does seem like doing things (like weightlifting) where you are tensing up your forearm does seem to mess with the HR sensor a bit, but it's not bad enough for me to really complain about.

Step Counter: The step counter appears to be fairly accurate. I am not too concerned about it being perfect. I just use it to get an idea of how much I've actually been on my feet any given day. I have noticed that it doesn't seem to count as many steps as I think it would when I am mowing the lawn with a push mower. Not a huge deal but a little disappointing. Otherwise it seems to keep track of my step count pretty well.

Sleep Tracking: Sleep tracking is neat. In my experience, the Vivoactive HR does a solid job of figuring out when I fall asleep and when I wake up. I am a little bit skeptical about the periods of "light sleep" and "deep sleep" that it records in the Garmin Connect app. Also, it doesn't always seem to see when I wake up during the night. I know that I woke up to go to the bathroom the other night and it didn't seem to notice the movement at all. You'd think if it saw steps in the middle of the night, it would assume you are awake. I will say that it has picked up other times that I've simply woke up in bed and fallen back asleep, but it doesn't seem to be perfect in this regard. Nonetheless, I am happy that it seems to pick up on when I'm actually falling asleep and waking up every night.

Activity Tracking: The only activities I've played with so far are walking, running, and a custom activity that I created for volleyball. I only use the GPS for walking and running, and it has been very accurate. Also, it has never taken more than a few seconds to get a good GPS lock. It's just nice to have GPS because I'd rather have my distance/pace calculated based on something accurate like GPS as opposed to the activity tracker counting your steps and estimating your stride distance. It's also really nice not having to take my phone with me to use GPS.

Golf features: As I said before the golf features were an added bonus. I downloaded some local courses and have used the golf app a few times now. The yardages have been accurate for the three courses that I have played. The app itself will show you distance to the hole when the pin is in front, middle, or back of the green. It will show you yardages to doglegs and layups. You can also measure the distance of your shots if you are into that kind of thing. You can even see (albeit primitive) the layout of the green on one of the screens. I did run into one problem with the golf app. On the layup screen, numbers would occasionally go "missing". There was a par 5 where I know it was about 150 yards to layup to 100 yards out, and the screen would display 50 instead of 150. This seemed to happen fairly often, and since I was familiar with the courses I was playing, it wasn't a big deal. But I called Garmin about it anyway, and they were actually able to reproduce it. They said that a software update should fix it. A new software version came out just the other day, so I will try it again this weekend and report back if it is fixed.


Battery life: For something that has a decent sized display and 24/7 HR monitoring, I think the Vivoactive HR has great battery life. Obviously if you are a heavy GPS user, the battery will drain much faster than normal. I charged to 100% just over 5 days ago, and none of the workouts I've done in the last 5 days have required GPS. I'm currently sitting at 50%. I guess if you go off this, you should get about 10 days of battery without GPS usage. During my last 25-minute run with GPS on, the battery level dropped about 2-3% which didn't seem unreasonable. Golf appears to suck the most out of the battery since GPS is turned on for a few hours at a time. During a normal 18-hole round (a little over 4 hours) with GPS on the whole time, the battery percentage dropped by about 20%. I know the Vivoactive HR is rated for about 8 days without GPS and 13 hours with GPS on. So the battery actually appears to perform better than what it is rated for.

Touchscreen: I've seen the touchscreen readability as a topic of debate on some other websites. It is actually more readable in direct sunlight than in any other circumstances. It is very readable with normal indoor lighting. It is impossible to read in the dark unless you have the backlight on. In most situations, I don't really feel like I need the backlight. But it does its job when it is needed. The screen isn't the highest resolution thing you'll ever seen, but it still looks nice. The touchscreen is responsive and accurately responds to touches, and I feel like it has actually gotten more responsive and fluid with the latest update.

Comfort, size, and looks: I have never worn watches. I was a little worried about having something on my wrist all day, every day...especially while sleeping and playing volleyball. After wearing the Vivoactive HR for a few days, I don't really even notice it anymore. I find it to be very comfortable. I can see how it might be too large for some people who are accustomed to wearing smaller activity trackers. But I think it's the price you pay for something that has a decent sized touchscreen with HR monitoring built in. I am wearing the version with the regular band (not XL), and I would say I have slightly smaller than average wrists for a guy. I wear it fairly tight and still have 9 notches to work with on the band. As far as looks're not going to trick anyone into thinking it's some kind of luxury watch. It looks like an activity tracker, but I actually prefer the design over the design of the original Vivoactive. It still looks pretty sleek, and I have had a lot of people ask me about it. Also, I work in IT, so no one really cares if I'm wearing something real fancy looking. If you want to spruce things up a little bit, there are quite a few downloadable watch faces available, and the band can also be switched out.

Durability: This one is still up in the air. The Vivoactive HR is mostly plastic, but to me, it doesn't feel cheap. The two buttons underneath the screen feel pretty solid. I did buy a screen protector for the glass, but I haven't put it on yet. I'm debating whether or not I actually need to put it on. I have always taken care of my electronics, but I don't take most of my electronics running or play a volleyball tournament with them attached to my wrist. It feels like it will hold up, but I don't think I will truly have an idea for at least a few months.

Other stuff: The smart notifications feature works well. I am able to pick and choose what notifications I want relayed from my cell phone. You can't really do a whole lot with the notifications other than view them, but I have found that I actually look at my phone a lot less now because of this. The notifications turn off during your designated sleeping schedule, so they won't annoy you when you're lying in bed. However, the alarm feature has a strong enough vibration to wake me up every morning. This is nice because I no longer need to blare audio from the alarm on my cell phone and wake up my wife at the same time. Also, there are a decent amount of watch faces/apps/widgets available. So far I've only touched the watch faces, but it is nice that quite a bit can be customized to fit your needs.

Overall, I'm very happy with the Vivoactive HR. The reason I gave it 4 stars is because of the bugs in the golf app. I'm taking it out to the golf course a couple times this weekend, so I'll see if the update fixed the problem. If so, I may come back and re-rate it as 5 stars. And if I think of anything else I want to add in, I will do so.

TL:DR version: This is a great activity tracker, and a good smart watch.

Durability: 5/5 I am a mechanic and I wear this watch 95% of the time at work. I put a screen protector on it day one, the protector has some decent scratches but nothing has transferred to the watch. I have slammed it and crushed it (accidentally) and to this point nothing has phased it.

Comfort: 4/5 I haven't worn anything on my wrists since I was in high school and was pretty apprehensive about getting a watch to wear 24/7. The first few weeks I developed a number of ingrown hairs under wear the watch rides, I switched to my other wrist at night to allow those to go away and as of month 2 I no longer had any discomfort. The band does pull my wrist hair at times which is irretating. But overall the texture and quality of the band is very nice, and easily replaceable if you choose.

HR Monitor: 4/5 This one is hard to rate due to your own expectations. I originally started looking into trackers after reading an article on HR training. As this is my first tracker I don't have any comparisons to offer, but I can say through the variety of exercises I participate in it maintains an accuracy of at least 90% with some slight lag. For anyone not getting sponsored to train I can't imagine needing higher accuracy than that, and from what I've read this device is about as good as it gets with a wrist worn HR tracker. I've also noticed at times confusion due to perceived HR bumps vs blood pressure spikes, which are different. This device does not track blood pressure (duh), so don't think your device is crazy off after lifting a heavy set and only seeing a HR of 100! I am still planning on getting a chest strap at some point for more precise tracking, but don't feel any urgency to do so at this point.

Sleep Tracking: 5/5 While I didn't initially plan on sleeping with this on, I tried it out of curiosity, and now I never take it off. It tracks when you go to sleep and wake up relatively well. However, I have to go in occasionally and change when I went to bed cause I was watching a movie before bed and it mistook me for sleeping... 13 hours of sleep last night? I don't think so!

Smart Watch: 3/5 I'm not sure what most people expect from a smart watch, I didn't purchase this device for that purpose so I would only consider myself a casual user of these features. Suffice it to say I find it more of a hassle to ingest the abbreviated information provided on the screen and just go to my phone if I get any notifications. The open software however is sweet, anyone can go and design different apps and widgets, watch faces or activity tracker interfaces. I'm boring though, so I just keep coming back to my favorite one. It is nice to look at my wrist for the time, steps, or to see if I have a text, it makes me feel a little more disconnected from my phone (which is a good thing).

Garmin App: 2/5 OK, so the app probably isn't as bad as I perceive it and there are so many tools and data available! It's just so BIG, I don't have the patience to figure out how to get it to do what I want. I mean I'm a picky person and want it set up exactly the way I want, the options are there, I just don't know how to! So, due to its unusability by me, a self-proclaimed lazy person, I don't like it.

Activity Tracking: 5/5 This Garmin totally surprised me. I don't know who goes and tracks a stand up paddle boarding session, but there's an app for that! Seriously, just about anything you can think of and a bunch you never would have. I exercise 3-6 times a week, running, weights, cycling, and MMA, this thing keeps up with all of it and doesn't even flinch! I never anticipated the versatility of a wrist tracker but more than any other competition or diet or planning the VivoActive has driven me to compete harder with myself than ever before, and I've seen excellent gains since putting it on. I wear this under my boxing gloves 2 hours a week, I don't even notice it's there, it stays in place, and doesn't care what I throw at it, literally!

Integration: 5/5 Honestly, this is what finally made me land on the Garmin. I use Strava for my social exercising and Garmin interfaces flawlessly. When I start an activity on the VivoActive it syncs with Strava and automatically sends a text to my emergency contacts who can watch via LiveTrack. Great feature! After my event it automatically uploads the data seemlessly.

Battery Life: 5/5 As I said before, I usually put in 3-6 hours of exercise tracking a week, and haven't gone fewer than 6 days on a charge, and usually it's 7-8; that's 8 days people! That's like old school Nokia battery life! I never worry about the battery, and it fully charges from dead in less than 2 hours. Plus, I've now had 2 runs I started with 5% battery life, and it waited until I completed my run, then died. Could just be coincidence, but I think they have it programmed to hold out as long as possible, then shut off to save the activity in the memory after, cause when I plug it in and it syncs it's there!

My summary: 4.7/5
I find the watch is comfortable and rarely gets in my way. The things I bought it for, activity Tracking and heart rate monitoring are much more than I expected. I don't care about the smart watch features but the small data I use is convenient. The App...grrrr. And bonus: the battery life!

I hope this review helps someone to make their decision a little easier. This is my 3rd activity tracker and also my by far favorite. The other two I tried was the Microsoft Band 2 and the Up3 by Jawbone. For the Microsoft band 2 I liked all the features it offered and the Microsoft health app was pretty good. The reason why I returned it was because it was uncomfortable to wear (I could not sleep with it on) and the 2 day battery life was undesirable. The Up3 was much more comfortable, however the rumors about the band easily unclasping and falling off was definitely true and after a week of using it the tracking started going nuts (This was a refurb so probably not typical and a defective unit). I really liked the Up3 Software. I had to send back the Up3 and seriously considered buying another, but it did seem too expensive for the lack of features and not being completely waterproof.

I decided to look around again and this time I came across the Garmin Vivoactive HR. I have had it for just over a week and I must say I am very happy with it. I was a little concerned about the Software not being up to par with Up3's app however Garmin has done a really good Job and I actually really like the Mobile and Web App (Garmin Connect). One complaint I have about the app is how it uses MyFitnessPal (Now owned by their competitor Under Armor) to track food, and calories etc which requires installing the additional app which eats at my phones battery if I do not force it off. Overall the myfitnessPal is a great app in itself so the requirement is tolerable at this point, I just think the Garmin app should be able to handle this on its own.

The watch itself is awesome! It is very comfortable and user friendly. I love the built in GPS for my walks/runs/hikes. And I can 100% feel confident in saying this thing does motivate me to Move more every day. I think that all tracking including the HR is accurate enough for me and I am happy that if I ever get more intense I have the ability to link to more accurate chest trackers. I love that it is waterproof and I can use it in the pool when I want. Because the band is like a watch band and the loop it goes through has an additional tab that holds the slack of the band it is very secure on my wrist while being very comfortable. As far as the complaints I read on the brightness of the screen and it being too Dim, I actually love the screen and do not see much value in making it brighter, I have used in full, partial, dm, and pitch black situations and I really feel it is perfect in that regard. It really stands out in sunny situations where I think a lot of other displays wash out.

I would definitely recommend this watch to anyone.

Couple of facts to establish the baseline:
1. I am a MSFT band user of over 1.5 years;
2. I am a Wahoo Tickr user of couple of months.
3. I bike, run, hike and lift - and i track these activities with all the fitness trackers available.

I LOVE Vivoactive HR. The HR precision is excellent, battery life is great, the fit is great (I have medium-sized hands). The screen is not too bright, but it works really well in sunlight and in the nighttime - so I actually think it works better than MS Band's superbright screen for me. The apps are great, the sync speed is great, the options for activity app customization are excellent. Garmin connect user interface is slightly convoluted, but still nice (both on the web and on mobile). Strava sync works just fine.

Now, the most important feature for me is HR sensor precision. I was really upset with SM Band's sensor - it often locked to some secondary harmonics, like cadence rhythm, and showed some numbers completely unrelated to reality. In the best case, it was 5-10% off (which is considered super-precise by FitBit owners, but that is fairly low bar). I was cautiously pessimistic when I tried new Vivoactive HR - after all it still has very similar optical HR sensor. To my surprise, it was crazy precise - take a look at the attached graph comparison. For a moment, I thought that Vivoactive locked to Ant+ transmitter on my chest strap - but if you look very closely, you can see that HR charts (HR is the red one) are actually different.

You can see that GPS signal quality is also slightly better than native GPS of iPhone 6s (again, a fairly low bar - but still).

I do not think I will be able to get anything close to the declared 8 days out of the battery (I track my activities all the time), but I am mostly interested in battery life in activity tracking mode. I can already see it is around 10 hours in full-on mode, which is fine by me. My activities are usually under that threshold.

Oh, and text messages app supports Unicode. Small, but important feature for people who use more than one languages in their communications.

Overall, great device. If it fits your wrist well, it is great. I won't be able to get one for my wife though - her hands are too small.

I wanted to wait until I had this watch for a bit before writing my review. I am actually surprised at the amount of reviews where people do not love this product. I think that a part of it may be that people are expecting it to be more like a smart watch and less of a fitness watch.

Do not be confused by the name of the product, this is a fitness watch. If you are looking for a smart watch I would wait for Apple to release a better version of what they have and go with that. Garmin doesn't have a bunch of apps and gadgets to add to this watch. It's a watch after all. I mean, there are widgets and things, but it's not a smart phone. If your goal is to replace your phone, you will be disappointed.

I use this watch for fitness and because that is my goal, I haven't found anything that I don't like about it. The HR monitor is accurate in my opinion although I am just basing that on how I feel. I love that the GPS turns on automatically when you tell the watch you are participating in an activity. This helps the battery last longer. I charge mine every 4-5 days (when it is at 40%), which is fine with me considering I usually track a 50 minute walk every morning and then on two of those days I track 90 minutes of cycling. The GPS is obviously very accurate so nothing to complain about there.

The watch is easy to use and figure out. I do like that I have the option of seeing texts and other notifications on the watch because while at work I can be on the move and don't want to carry my phone everywhere, yet I can't miss work calls/texts so it is nice to get that notification on my wrist.

I want to also add that I could understand how people who have a smaller wrist may not love this design. I think my wrist is average size (just under 6.5 inches in circumference) so I went with the medium or regular. I think it is perfect, but the band is rather thick, an inch all the way around so it may look really big if you are a smaller person.

Hope that helps.

APPLEWATCH SERIES 2 vs. Garmin Vivoactive Hr
Apple watch was improved and way faster cpu performance versus the original version (2015) BUT still is a battery sucker. needs to be charge atleast once every 15 hours in my experience - apple will not share data with 3rd apps provider keeping it under apples ecosystem. and its mad expensive. series 2 with gps is $399 (42mm) after tax and apple care + should be $476 around here in maryland/ series 1 is $100 cheaper. Against Garmin Vivoactive HR, continous HeartRate monitor w/ smart NOTIFICATION feauture. $260 including tax and squaretrade (accidental drop w/ $0 co-pay) warranty for 2 years under AMAZON, although i caught this puppy last black friday $190 all in (now back on its original price). Garmin Vhr has minimum of 8 days before needs to be recharge w/ every sensor turned on- including gps work out 2 days a week should be around 4-6 days depending how long gps would be turned on (GPS+Glonass -> russian base satellite). It does not have a built in mic and speaker- so no receiving of call not unless you want everyone to hear your conversation. OLED screen is fantastic no doubt, maybe it takes too much power. OVERALL, if you want an office watch with smart features, fashion statement and does not mind charging every single night, APPLEWATCH is awesome. For jack of all trades, master of none activity tracker- check out garmin vivoactive hr. I am returning both series 1-2 Applewatch, maybe on the next series it'll meet my needs. Definitely apple is improving on the activity tracker arena, but Garmin will stay on my wrist for now.

Love this watch so far- but it does disconnect from my phone if I go to far away so I can't always see the weather- but other than that is a huge win. Not a big and overwhelming on my wrist as I thought it might be.

Note Added Dec 9th:
After using the watch for a couple of weeks, I have increased my rating to 4 stars. I have found that after frequent use my ability to switch between functions has improved to the point where it's not an issue. Also, the battery life has been pretty good and it doesn't need to be recharged very often (using GPS is the big drainer, so short 30-45 minute runs don't use much, but a day hike might run it down pretty low).

On the minus side, the flights of stairs climbed isn't very accurate. It misses a lot of steps when counting flights.

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Leaving the house for a run my family likes to tease me and ask when my court date is and if I can cross the county line. Okay. I should have been able to tell from the dimensions that it was big, but looked at the nice pictures and thought it was a bit smaller than it was. I uploaded a picture of it on my wrist and I am 5' 9" average frame male and it looks large on me.

However, not being a half-giant, the watch does fit securely and it is easy to forget that I'm wearing it as it is not super heavy and doesn't move around much. I do find it too awkward to wear while sleeping.

My main functional complaint of the watch is that I find it hard to end and activity and immediately begin a new one. Specifically, when I finish running I like to warm down by walking and I want to record the run and walk separately. It takes me several attempts to have the watch end the run and not switch into details of the run. I'm not quite sure whether it's user error, but it is frustrating not to be able to simply click the button and press save.

Starting an activity works well, and the GPS lag time (the time it takes to get a signal and figure out where you are) is pretty short.

The connection to my iPhone works well, and I wasn't expecting the watch to have the functionality that it does for relaying information from the phone. Missed calls, etc. It's a bit annoying that the watch tells me when my phone apps are updated, but I think that should be easy enough to fix in settings.

The heart rate monitor works well and the watch offers a way to record indoor training for running, walking, cycling and rowing into the workout log. Battery life is as advertised.

Overall i think it's okay, which is 3 stars according to amazon. I will use this for a while, but ultimately I wish to replace it with a smaller model. Good luck with your purchase.

I love this watch! I bought it because I was wanting to have a watch that had GPS in it. I spent time trying to decide between this and the Garmin Forerunner 235. I was able to get this one cheaper than the Forerunner, plus it had other options than just running. I use the GPS to track my running, but I also use it to track my calories burned when doing my beachbody workouts. I like that you can go to the app store and change the watch face and add other apps to your watch that benefit you. I would recommend this watch if you run, but also do other workouts.

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