Garmin Vivoactive 3 Stainless Steel

Garmin Vivoactive 3 Stainless Steel

  • Features: Date display, Timer, Bluetooth, Speedometer, Stopwatch, Sleep reading, Calorie counter, Display light, Altimeter, Alarm, Compass, Pedometer, ANT+, Supports NFC, Vibration alarm, Golf watch
  • Gender: Men's, Women's
  • Water resistant
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3.5 of 5 stars

Based on 10 reviews

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31/01/2020
Good features but junk quality. After just over a year, the heart rate measurement has stopped and the pedometer is constantly hanging.

Google

08/03/2019
Looked for a long time before I decided on this clock. Wanted to find someone who wasn't that big but didn't want a fitbit. After many comparisons I had to try a friend and although I have a very small wrist, I did not think this became too big. What the watch can measure I also experienced was very much like many other, more expensive models. Have used the watch for a little more than 6 months and think it is comfortable to wear. Also appreciate that they are easy to get notices on eg text messages, calls etc. Most practice yoga and pilates and for those activities I think it is good at measuring the pulse. Tried to swim with it once but find it hard to say how exactly it is. The only negative is that it probably loses the heart rate measurement a little when I stay on hot yoga because of all the sweat. Then probably a pulse band would be better. I wasn't looking for a super-advanced clock but wanted to be able to measure easier training. If you train a lot and put high demands on your watch, this may not be the right variant. But for the middle trainer who wants to keep track of pulse, distance, sleep etc I would definitely believe this is enough. Because it is quite small, it is quite ok to have as a daily clock I also think. I like the app too, easy overview and easy to connect with others who also use Garmin.

Google

08/12/2018
Edited 18/02/2019
I first gave this watch a bad character due to the screen. But now I have changed my mind. It gives me all the registrations I want. In addition, one can rely on roughly the pulse measurements. The only time I've seen it show errors is during pushups. Then it shows too low a pulse. But have not experienced that the heart rate measurement stops as I have watched other watches. The app is amazing and shows everything I want. The screen has poor resolution, but I've learned to live with it as long as everything else works. I like the display becoming clearer under direct light / daylight. Not impressed with battery life, but after all, better than on high-resolution smart watches on the screen.

Google

01/02/2019
According to me, not worth the money. For that price, it's just an ok pulse clock. It has a lot of features but the screen, which disturbs me the most, is not ok for that price. My 5 year old Sony Smartwatch 2 is totally superior in contrast, colors and brightness with the same type of transreflective display. But certainly the battery life is not a week ... The design looks good on pictures but in reality it is not quite the same experience. It feels more plastic and cheaper. The user interface is not consistent ie sometimes looks like it is adapted for a round display sometimes for a square display. It is easiest to choose English as the language of the watch and the app because you have to look for the necessary information on Garmin's forum where English terms make it much easier to find what you are looking for. The translations into Swedish are nothing further ... Garmin does not spend too much time keeping the user manual and support information up to date. But after a lot of anguish in the choice between Fitbit and Garmin, this clock was thanks to the possibility of counting repetitions. Have not had time to fully understand how it works in practice, but I do not expect it to be an exact science. But at least an interesting function.

Google

08/10/2018
Excellent watch for my needs. Logs rides and bike rides with gps without the need to have the mobile phone. If the clock is right, ie above the wrist and relatively tight, the heart rate measurement works well. It has replaced my previous Android Wear watch and does it with a goodbye. All mobile visions arrive as they go until the clock. The screen is not high, but it does not matter much. Outdoors, the screen also works perfectly well. If you only sign any activities per day, I'll probably get 3-4 days later. Used as the smart clock, I approach myself 6-7 days.

Google

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