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Garmin Vivomore is the company’s answer to fashionable tracking

Garmin’s timid appearance at IFA 2016 hasn’t stopped it from introducing its new Vivomove wearable, an analog watch that happens to pack activity-tracking “features” and a battery that can run for a year. It is essentially a fashionable fitness tracker that disguises itself as a regular analog watch; features include sleep and step tracking, a waterproof…

Garmin’s TruSwing golf sensor is here to make you a better golfer

Data-tracking sensors are becoming popular across the world of sports. In golf, they’ve been rather scarce . And now, Garmin is ready to do something similar. The company has introduced its TruSwing, a small and lightweight gadget for golfers who want to know more details about their time on the course. When paired with Garmin’s…

Garmin blings up Vivofit with style collection

The Garmin Vivofit and Vivofit 2 are still  pretty young products, having only been officially released late last year. Now, as part of its new Style Collection, Garmin is introducing a special range of interchangeable accessory bands, for vívofit and vívofit 2 activity trackers, to help users stay fashionably fit no matter the occasion. The…

Introducing Garmin’s Vivosmart; fitness meets smart features

Considering how many damn smartwatches and fitness bands we’ve seen, it’s incredible how few of them manage to combine aspects of both. Sure, there was the Fitbit Force, which was designed to show incoming calls for iPhones, but that was discontinued after a recall. The Samsung Gear Fit and Gear 2 have some fitness features,…

Garmin VivoFit Reviewed

Any and every one offering any fitness advice these days will probably tell you to just not stop moving and although GPS giant Garmin was a little late to the fitness band craze they have designed an amazing yet simple wearable wristband: the Garmin Vivofit. The durable rubberized band that houses the actual device is…

Garmin’s Heads-Up Dispaly launched

I, for one, knows how we’ve become so dependent on GPS that a three-minute drive often means frequent glances at an in-car navigation companion. But taking your eyes off the road can be very dangerous, even if it’s only for a moment. If you’re fortunate enough to have one, a head-up display will let you…

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