Vivofit has a super­fi­cial resem­blance to many oth­er activ­i­ty track­ers. This small bracelet with a screen is designed specif­i­cal­ly for active users of mobile tech­nol­o­gy. There­fore, it sat­is­fies any requests of the mod­ern user.

First of all, the device is com­pact and light­weight, there is a small dis­play that will pro­vide all the nec­es­sary infor­ma­tion in real time, as well as water pro­tec­tion with the abil­i­ty to dive to a depth of 50 meters! In addi­tion, the bracelet is remov­able, so you can choose a col­or scheme for your mood or clothes.


Vivofit con­stant­ly mon­i­tors user activ­i­ty to cre­ate a per­son­al­ized, achiev­able goal. It’s sim­ple — the more goals you achieve, the health­i­er you become. Of course, every time the tasks become more dif­fi­cult, but for you there is noth­ing unat­tain­able with Garmin. It uses built-in Blue­tooth Smart to sync with a com­put­er or Android or iOS device, and the device also sup­ports ANT+ tech­nol­o­gy, a wire­less secure data trans­fer fea­ture used in sports equip­ment to col­lect sen­sor data on a mobile device. Includ­ed is a small don­gle for quick syn­chro­niza­tion with a com­put­er. To trans­fer data, you will need to install the pro­pri­etary Garmin Con­nect appli­ca­tion on both your com­put­er and mobile device. With it, you can get a lot of use­ful data about your activ­i­ty — the num­ber of steps tak­en and the dis­tance, for exam­ple, mon­i­tor the dynam­ics of phys­i­cal train­ing and even receive medals for com­plet­ed tasks. In addi­tion, this is a full-fledged social net­work for pro­fes­sion­al ath­letes and ama­teurs, where you can view the results of oth­er peo­ple and get to know each oth­er for fur­ther com­mu­ni­ca­tion and joint train­ing.


Anoth­er nice fea­ture of Vivofit is a reminder if you’ve been sit­ting too long and it’s time for you to walk, do a lit­tle exer­cise and acti­vate your body. In addi­tion, the device knows when the user can move on to the next stage of train­ing by pro­vid­ing addi­tion­al tasks.


The fit­ness track­er works day and night from two round bat­ter­ies, which will have to be replaced no ear­li­er than after a year of using the device. There­fore, Garmin Vivofit can even mon­i­tor the qual­i­ty of the user’s sleep, and in Garmin Con­nect you can view the total amount of sleep, peri­ods of move­ment and rest. After all, healthy sleep and phys­i­cal activ­i­ty are the best indi­ca­tors of health!


Garmin has been design­ing devices with the con­sumer in mind for over 25 years. It is a leader in GPS devel­op­ment and one of the lead­ing man­u­fac­tur­ers of sports, trav­el and auto­mo­tive sys­tems. The com­pa­ny’s fit­ness track­ers com­bine nov­el­ty, ease of use and are designed to sim­pli­fy the life of a user who leads a healthy lifestyle.