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Garmin Vivomove HR Analog Digital Smartwatch launched in India: Price, features and availability

The wearable making company Garmin has launched the Vivomove HR Analog Digital Smartwatch in India. The watch features a touchscreen with a discreet display and comes with features like heart rate monitoring and fitness tracking.

Garmin has recently launched a fitness tracker Vivofit 4 in India and now it adds another product to its portfolio in the country. The new Vivomove smartwatch is compatible with iPhone, Android, and Windows phones. It is capable of monitoring heart rate, wellness, all-day stress etc to maintain a healthy lifestyle. The smartwatch is priced at Rs. 15,999 in India.

Garmin Vivomove HR Smartwatch features

The smartwatch features a touchscreen which is a that means the hidden display is only visible when you want it to be, and when you're not using it, it disappears into the device. The device can be connected to the phone and features smart notifications, auto uploads, music controls, automatic SW updates and more.

It monitors heart rate at the wrist 24×7, wellness with all-day stress tracking and the relaxation-based breathing timer get better insight into your current fitness level. It uses vo2 max and fitness age displays steps, calories, distance, heart rate and intensity.

Th watch also comes with Move IQ that automatically starts your walking activities and stops them and Connect IQ through which you can download watch faces, widgets, and apps that make it go from the smartwatch. It can last up to 5 days in smart mode and up to 2 weeks in watch mode.

Price and availability

The Garmin Vivomove HR Analog Digital Smartwatch is priced at Rs. 15,999. It is available at select Helios stores and will soon be available via as well. It comes in black color and large size.

Commenting on the launch of Vivomove HR, Mr. Ali Rizvi, National Sales Manager Garmin India said,

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.”


Satyendra Pal Singh

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