Garmin Vivosmart HR+ review, Hands-on, Rating and compare price

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  • Rugged waterproof design
  • Five-day battery life
  • Excellent fitness tracking
  • GPS and heart-rate monitor included


  • App isn't very intuitive
  • Not the prettiest wearable around

Key Features

  • 0.42-inch E Ink touchscreen
  • 5ATM water resistance
  • 5-day battery life
  • GPS
  • Heart rate monitor
  • iOS and Android apps
  • Manufacturer: Garmin
  • Review Price: £170.00

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