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Garmin Vívosmart 3

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  • Terrible
    2 years ago
    Updated: 1 year ago
    The fruit got this in Christmas gift. A little meckig and difficult touch control.

    Flipping out of water.
    Does not sync the clock, you have to set manually.
    It should "wake up" when lifting the arm, it works 1 time out of 10 :-(

    The worst thing is that the belt broke after 6 months. Got compensation that has now broken exactly the same after 3 months. No hard training normally everyday use and extremely careful not to bend the belt backwards on the replacement bell.

    On the web you will find many with the same problem but Garmin denies that it is a design error or that it is common.

    The strap gives eczema.

    Advantage that it is unusually thin.

    Update: The strap broken for the third time even though the child was even more careful if possible.

    Really lousy quality and worst of all, Garmin denies that there is a typo on the product even though many have had this problem: (

    See if they replace it again and how long it lasts.
  • Very good
    2 years ago
    Acted beyond expectation. Hardly notice that it is sitting there and doing its job.
    The Garmin app is good and has given me some news about me, a little fun. If you sync to their site too, there are more ways to visualize data.

    But, I used it around the clock. Which is probably the purpose of the format. And it works well until it does not matter anymore.
    Since the bracelet can not be replaced, it is run when it breaks. Took about 7-8 months for me.
    Think that when the mechanism does not flex like the bracelet it becomes a break point there.
    But the support is excellent and replaced me with a more than equivalent product in the same nice format.
  • Very good
    2 years ago
    Works very well, smooth.
  • Poor
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Sitting well
    Looks alright - discreet design that is not too bulky on a narrow handle
    The step measurement is good
    Heart rate measurement works well when running
    The app Garmin Connect is okay

    Can not measure heart rate during weight training as soon as your wrists are the least tensioned, then it loses completely.
    Does not count at all kcal under strength training (claiming that type makes up with 150 kcal most, despite 1h heavy exercise). Used it along with another clock at the same time (on the other wrist) as iaf shows 600-700 burned.
    The display is irregularly sensitive, sometimes fabric can be enough to pause a passport. Sometimes you need to press several times to make it wake up.

    Generally, I'm not happy because I'm mainly strengthening and buying it for that purpose - you can not put your own exercises into the weight training app too and it's unclear to fill in afterwards with weight and the like, and if it missed what exercise you're driving (it's generally bad to guess). I have completely stopped relying on it as far as my overall energy consumption is concerned.
  • Acceptable
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Sitting well on the arm, keeping the promised battery time, achieving step measurement and sleep measurement really good. Waterproofing is a big plus when it's possible to enjoy water jams, unfortunately, however, the screen gets fade every time and I think it's all about it ...
    But there are also big problems, the pulse measurement seems to do just as it wants, according to the band I have, regardless of whether I exercise or not a pulse of 90-120 bpm, rarely either over or below that range. It should have a stair function, although we living on the 2nd floor of a rented house, I have barely managed to walk up to 1 flight of several weeks according to the bracelet. Is not exactly exactly every day but more than 1 staircase, I have gone up in 2 weeks. It will be possible to connect to the mobile phone, after contact with Garmin support if the bracelet turns out it does in theory, but their app now does not support connection with this bracelet because of an unknown bug they are trying to solve for iPhone. This applies to both iPhone and Android. The computer will get in touch if you set the charger exactly right and wait a long time.

    So summed up many great promises, not really as many promises fulfilled.