An ac­cu­rate heartrate mon­i­tor and long bat­tery life are the vivos­mart HR's strong­est sell­ing points.

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Blue­tooth Blue­tooth Smart // Bat­tery Recharge­able Li-ion // In­put Touch­screen // Weight 29.6g (w/ nor­mal band), 32g (w/ X-large band) // War­ranty 2-years // Con­tact AECO Tech­nolo­gies (M) Sdn Bhd // Tele­phone (03) 9285 8062 // URL www.garmin.com

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FE­BRU­ARY 2016 Garmin's been mov­ing into the fit­ness tracker mar­ket in a big way since the be­gin­ning of last year. For ev­ery other month, we were given a chance to re­view a new smart­watch cum fit­ness tracker from them. It's 2016, and in the spirit of test­ing out Garmin's fit­ness devices, we are test­ing out the vivos­mart HR.

Like all vivos­mart wear­ables, the vivos­mart HR re­ally wasn't de­signed to stand out be­yond its du­ties. The strap is made from a durable semi-hard poly­mer and rubber com­bi­na­tion, and feels rel­a­tively com­fort­able around the wrist, al­beit a lit­tle tight for yours truly.

The dis­play on the vivos­mart HR re­mains the same as the ma­jor­ity of its brethren: it's a sim­ple OLED screen that clearly dis­plays the var­i­ous in­for­ma­tion with ei­ther a swipe to the left or right. The smart­watch works fine by it­self, but if you're able to con­nect it to a smart­phone with Garmin's Con­nect app

The sell­ing point of the vivos­mart HR: its heart rate mon­i­tor.

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