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Garmin Vivomove HR Review. In this video we discuss what you can expect from the vivomove HR, including price, wrist heart monitor, activity and sleep tracking, and more. We didn't get a chance to do a full garmin vivomove review so we're pretty stoked to post this video. Additionally, this will be featured on our list of the best fitness trackers 2019 and best activity trackers 2019. Sure, it looks like an analog watch, but like the Withings Steel and Nokia Steel, it is a full blown activity tracker and heart rate monitor. With an MSRP of $200, it's on the expensive end, but we've done plenty of garmin reviews and fitbit reviews of various activity bands and fitness bands...this is a pretty good one, though we do worry about durability.
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