Garmin's vi'vofit 3 Fitness Tracker Detects Exactly How You're Staying Active

With smartwatches and phones gaining activity tracking capabilities, dedicated fitness trackers have needed to find new gimmicks to stay relevant. Batteries that lasted a full year without charging was a great start, as is the Move IQ technology in Garmin's new vi'vofit 3 that can recognize your different activities. Although the vi'vofit 3 appears to have a smaller backlit display than its predecessor , it's still water-resistant to a depth of 50 meters, has the same audible and visual alerts when the wearer is inactive for too long, and tracks the usual basic fitness metrics like steps, calories, and estimated distance.

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