Not all activity trackers are created equal and the new Vivosport from Garmin is ten steps ahead—and counting—of the crowd. With all-day (and night) activity tracking, wrist-based heart rate and a built-in GPS that maps your walks, runs and bike rides while tracking your distance and pace, this sleek new wearable gives you everything you need to meet fitness goals head-on while dominating your everyday agenda.
Yes. Vivosport has Move IQ, so even if you forget to switch over to sports mode, it’s able to read patterns in movement and understand that you’re simply on the move, rather than stressing.
It depends on your needs. If you’re looking for distance and pace, plus a map of your run or ride, the Vivosport is a perfect choice, without all of the additional bells and whistles - although you do get many of those with features, too, such as the VO2 max, wrist-based heart rate, music control and more.
No. Check out the new Vivoactive 3 instead. Though keep in mind that you don’t need a separate heart rate sensor with Vivosport.