vívoactive® 3 Music

vívoactive® 3 Music

Price

$329

ColorPlease choose an option

Black

White

WarrantyPlease choose an option

Yes

Descriptions

From playing sports to playing your favorite songs, Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music is the smartwatch for your active life. It features on-device music storage, so you can bring your tunes along for every workout. This sporty smartwatch has wrist-based heart rate and more than 15 preloaded sports apps, so you can choose how you like to get fit. Built-in GPS lets you accurately record outdoor activities.

Features:
  • Easily download up to 500 songs on your watch, and connect with Bluetooth headphones (sold separately) for phone-free listening
  • Garmin Pay contactless payment solution1 lets you make convenient payments with your watch, so you can leave your cash and cards at home
  • Customize with hundreds of free watch faces, apps and more from our Connect IQ store
  • Sporty smartwatch is safe for swimming (5 ATM) and features built-in GPS and GLONASS plus Elevate wrist-based heart rate
  • More than 15 preloaded GPS and indoor sports apps, including yoga, running, swimming and many more; use preloaded workouts, or create and download custom ones
  • Includes fitness monitoring such as VO2 max and fitness age estimate plus all-day stress tracking
  • Connected features include smart notifications, text replies and automatic uploads to the Garmin Connect community; compatible with Apple and Android devices
  • Features always-on, high-resolution Garmin Chroma Display technology for great readability in all conditions, a touchscreen and Side Swipe interface to scroll through song lists, widgets and more
  • Battery life is up to 7 days in smartwatch mode and 5 hours in GPS with music mode
Specs:
ANT Compatibility Yes
Bluetooth Compatibility Yes
Cadence Yes – Requires Additional Purchase
Heart Rate Yes – Optical
Touchscreen Yes
Color Screen Yes
WIFI Yes
GPS Enabled Yes
Rechargeable Battery Yes
Defined Color Black

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Source: GSMArena