Ugly but brilliant smart watch.
Is a $2000 activity-tracker the best smart watch?
You can use Garmin's Edge 810 to map your rides, as well as analyse speed and elevation
A simple GPS watch for runners who aren't tech savvy
Garmin has announced the vívosmart 4, a smart activity tracker that introduces a wrist-based pulse ox sensor.
Garmin has announced the Vivofit Jr. 2 kid’s fitness trackers with Disney Princess-themed bands and mobile app.
Garmin have announced the Edge 130, a compact and lightweight, yet rugged GPS bike computer with easy-to-use navigation and unique cycling awareness features.
Garmin have announced the Edge 520, a GPS bike computer featuring advanced navigation, performance monitoring capabilities and connected features built for use both on or off the road.
Garmin have announced the Varia RTL510 rearview radar - an updated radar unit with a sleek new design and enhanced safety features.
If you were to go “all-in” on the tracking and coaching technologies found in some of the best sports smartwatches and wearables on the market, would they really empower you to live a healthier lifestyle or would they end up being too much of a chore...
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