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Garmin vivoactive HR review. This is going to be the best GPS watch 2017 in the mid-range category. It can do so much and it’s totally surprising just how capable it is for how small the device is. In terms of being the best activity tracker 2017 / best fitness tracker 2017 it is on that list as well, but a little more expensive than some others.
The vivoactive HR supports running, walking, cycling, pool swimming, stand up paddle boarding, rowing, skiing, snowboarding, and much more since you can create your own sport profiles. It also is an activity tracker and sleep tracker that tracks your steps, calories burned, distance traveled, intensity minutes, sleep, and heart rate, which is awesome. It has Garmin’s Chroma display that is full-color, very clear and a touchscreen.
I have done many running watch review and gps watch reviews, including various Garmin gps running watch review and fitbit review. I hope you like this video!
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