Garmin Venu® 2S Mind and Body

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Are you looking for a new smartwatch and heard all the buzz around the Garmin smartwatches?

These smartwatches take fitness tracking above and beyond as they have revolutionized smartwatches from small devices to the center of attention. You can now have your own Garmin watch with all the advanced and upgraded tech.

It’s time to take your Garmin wearables experience to the next level with Garmin®’s latest advanced fitness wearable, the Garmin® vívosmart® 2 and Garmin® vívosmart HR+, smartwatches that offer more features than ever. Enjoy richer notifications, automatically track how long and well you sleep and monitor your heart rate more often — all without having to reach for your phone. Now you can always keep a track of your own progress and changes by just simply looking at your wrist. With a slim design you can either make it the statement accessory on your wrist or blend it in with your other accessories.

There are many benefits to having your very own Garmin smartwatch to keep up to date with your own personal fitness tracking;

Key Features

Convenient, affordable option as compared to other Garmin models

All of the basic features for a fraction of the price in comparison to other brands

Continuous heart rate monitoring and oxygen saturation levels to keep you informed

Medical alerts so you are always one step ahead of your health

Our Final Opinion on this Gadget

Smartwatches are taking over the old Seiko’s and Citizen watches we are used to seeing as everyone and their mother are reaching for the smartwatches. Garmin know this and have made their watches resemble the same style of older non-smartwatches with the technology that we are all searching for in everything we own.

Hayley Ianna
Hayley Ianna

Hayley is one of the most respected woman tech editors in Australia. She is a professional and creative writer from Deakin University in Geelong, Victoria.