One reason for a rather slow adoption of smartwatches globally is the tendency for some smartwatches to go all geeky with bells & whistles for notifications and potentially lose the basic watch functions. But why though? It’s a Watch in the first place
The Garmin Vivomove is sleek, stylish and indeed beautiful. Cutting the traditional watch build but brings two bars on the left and right sides of the clock arms that monitor data such as steps taken, sleep hours & quality as well as calories burned.
It offers some level of customisation by allowing you swap straps to suit your style. Other key features include its One-year battery life as well as its resistance to water for up to 50metres.
It pairs with Android phones and iPhones