September 22, 2016 7:34:14 pm
Garmin has announced its latest activity tracker, vivofit 3 in India. The newly announced vivofit 3 comes with Garmin Move IQ support and one-year battery life.
Garmin’s vivofit 3 joins company’s vivofit range with few new features. Garmin vivofit 3 tracks activities like walking, running, biking, swimming and elliptical training automatically. The vivofit 3 also tracks these activities throughout the day. The fitness tracker is designed primarily for wearing all day and it is water resistant up to 50 meters.
“Lifestyle changes in India an apparent, people of all ages and economic backgrounds are equally inclined towards fitness. vívofit 3 is an affordable offering from Garmin India, enabling people to achieve their fitness goals. The product has been built to last a year without battery replacement and the design promises all-day wearability and comfort. The vívofit 3 is water resistance and incorporates a move bar, it also features exciting new development like Move IQ to offer a full package to people wanting to take a step toward a healthier lifestyle,” Ali Rizvi, National Sales Manager, Garmin India.
Garmin vivofit 3’s Move IQ continuously monitors for periods of sustained activity by automatically recognising running, walking, biking, swimming and even elliptical training. The tracker also syncs directly to Garmin Connect. There is also an option to track sleep patterns and trends, join online challenges to compete against friends and even earn virtual badges.
The Garmin vivofit 3 features a backlit display that shows steps, calories, distance. It also intensity minutes and time of day, which could be a critical indicator for many. Garmin vivofit 3 will be available in two colour variants from Amazon India at a price of 6,990.
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