The Vívomove much like a real toquante and he inherits also the same mechanisms. The dial shows two needles, a second hand and two gauges symbolizing the purpose and user inactivity.
The watch is treated to resist water and this is as true for the projections for immersions. It may also go down to 50 meters deep without any problem.
The functions, they, going straight to the point. The Vívomove can count our steps calculate the calories burned and even monitor our sleep. The data will be sent to the mobile brand, Garmin Connect.
From there, the user will have access to a comprehensive dashboard and it will show in its history.
The device is not powered by a battery but by a battery similar to that of any shows. With this feature, it may hold out for a year.
Garmin has chosen to decline shows in two models. The Sport model comes in black or white and will be proposed at € 169.99. The Classic model inherit a metallic dial, for a fixed price of € 219.99 at wiseup.
Finally, the Premium version will pride to stainless steel and will be increasingly delivered with a leather strap, all for the modest sum of € 299.99.
Launch planned before the end of the month.