Garmin announces Vivofit 2 Fitness Tracker Band at CES

After the Garmin GPS enabled Vivoactive smartwatch, the company announced a Fitness Band named as VivoFit 2. It does have interchangeable accessory and the fitness tracker band comes in multiple color options.


The Garmin VivoFit 2 Band has a easy-to-read 25.5 mm x 10 mm LCD display. It display the time and day along with few other stats. The stylish Fitness Band is water resistant upto 50m and 5 ATM pressure. It comes with a 1 year + battery life and also gives two complimentary battery with the Fitness Band.

Now coming to its features, it reminds user to stay active with move bar and audible alert. It will learn automatically from the usage pattern and will give ‘Daily Goals’ after the learning period is over. The Fitness Band counts steps, measures calories burned and the total amount of distance walked during the day. It also does monitor the sleep time. Best thing is it syncs with Garmin’s personalised cloud service to store data and users progress. Garmin’s VivoFit 2 can be paired up with heart rate monitor to track heart rate and zone data, or use its stopwatch feature to record timed activities with or without a heart rate monitor.

The interchangeable design option such as Style Collection from the Signature Series made from premium materials, such as leather and stainless steel. Three-pack colored accessory bands will be available in neutral (black, slate and white), downtown (burgundy, slate and navy), active (red, blue and green), serenity (mint, cloud, lilac), and energy (canary, pink and violet) for a suggested retail price of $24.99.

The Vívofit 2 comes in black, white, navy and pink color. The band is available for order in the U.S.and comes at a suggested retail price of $129.99 and costs $169.99 with (black or white) heart rate monitor bundle. It is expected to ship its first device in Q1 2015. Lenovo has also joined the race of smartwatch unveiling their Vibe Band VB10 at CES. You can read the full news here.

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