|Bracelet Thickness||0.41 in|
|Bracelet Width||0.83 in|
|IP code (level of dust/water resistance)||IP67|
|Heart rate monitor||yes|
|Support for HRM chest strap||yes|
|Colour of product|
|Battery life||365.0 day|
|Charging via USB||no|
Back in January Garmin decided to join the activity tracker fray and announced two related products: Vivofit and Vivoki. Vivofit would be the standard consumer-focused 24x7 activity tracker, while Vivoki would be focused on corporate wellness and primarily targeted at
T3 reviews the latest activity tracker for kids from Garmin which boasts a one-year battery life and lots of ways to gamify exercise
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Garmin's most basic fitness tracker is back for a fourth edition with the – you guessed it – Vivofit 4. This sits at the very opposite end of the range to t...
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A year-long battery, but you still get a screen
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