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\Garmin's new Vivofit 4 tracker still uses coin cell batteries

\Garmin's new Vivofit 4 tracker still uses coin cell batteries

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Garmin is as yet making lightweight movement trackers, ones that interest more to the progression checking swarm than the mountain-climbing kind. The organization simply declared its new Vivofit 4 yesterday, which sounds really like the Vivofit 3

The Vivofit 4 has a coin cell battery, as earlier models, which implies it should last no less than a year prior to you need to supplant the battery. It synchronizes with cell phones over Bluetooth and sets with a partner iOS/Android application, called Garmin Connect. It likewise naturally tracks exercises and is water-safe, so you can wear it in the pool or shower.

The key contrast between this new model and the Vivofit 3 is by all accounts its tasteful (something Garmin isn't regularly known for). The Vivofit 4 arrives in an assortment of quelled examples, including a spotted dark and neon yellow form, rather than its forerunner's dynamic examples. The 4 likewise incorporates a silver catch on the front. Actually, I favor this new, quieted look since I would prefer not to point out my wellness tracker. That is simply me, however.

The Vivofit 4 is accessible through Amazon for $79.99, setting it specifically against bring down cost Fitbits and other fundamental wearables. Garmin's center client base is likely still more keen on its GPS-following watches

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