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GarminVivoMove HR Premium


Item # GRM008N

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Fashionably fit.

The Garmin VivoMove HR Premium is an elegantly appointed smartwatch that effortlessly transitions from afternoon workouts to upscale dinner dates. One of the most low-key smartwatches on the market, the VivoMove HR Premium features dedicated watch hands alongside an OLED touchscreen display that's cleanly situated in the background. This means you'll have a stylish watch that doesn't look like a space-age gadget when you're just wearing it in a casual setting or office environment.

However, don't let its seemingly casual disposition fool you. It's loaded with tech-savvy features such as numerous fitness monitoring tools, a wrist-based heart rate monitor, and smartphone notifications to keep you on-track with incoming messages. Seeing this Premium version gets a genuine leather band, it's probably best for casual workouts, daily commutes, and light-duty yoga sessions. If you desire something a little more sweat-friendly, you can always swap out the provided leather band for a silicone offering (sold separately) that's not affected by perspiration and outside moisture.

Please note, the large size fits wrists of 5.8 to 8.4 inches in circumference and the small size fits wrists of 4.8 to 7.4 inches in circumference.

  • Elegantly appointed watch with fitness tracking
  • Dedicated watch hands with OLED touchscreen display
  • Genuine leather band for an upscale look and feel
  • Syncs with smartphone for notifications and music control
  • Tracks steps taken, distance moved, and calories burned
  • Wrist-based heart rate monitoring for tracking fitness
  • Wellness monitoring of stress with a relaxation timer
  • Fitness tools estimate your VO2 max and fitness age

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Cancer and Reproductive Harm -

Tech Specs
Housing Material
stainless steel
Strap Material
genuine leather
Face Material
chemically strengthened glass
yes, tracks steps
yes, tracks distance
yes, barometric altimeter
Technical Features
wrist-based heart rate monitor, smart notifications, controls smartphone music, 24/7 activity tracking, strength and cardio training
Bluetooth Smart, ANT+
Operating System
Garmin Connect mobile app for iPhone, Android, Windows
yes, alarm clock
OLED display
yes, fully submersible
Battery Type
rechargeable via included
Battery Life
[Smartwatch mode] up to 5 days, [Watch mode] up to 2 weeks
Vivomove HR Watch, charging cable, documentation
Face Size
Recommended Use
casual, road running, training
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Claimed Weight

Claimed weights are provided by the vendor.

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    What do you think about this product?



    Does any of the Garmin smart watches read blood pressure?

    No, that's not a feature, since you need a full cuff to measure blood pressure. According to that article, the Omron HeartGuide that just came out is the first FDA Approved watch Blood Pressure monitor.

    >Rating: 4


    This watch is great. Its got all the functions of an Apple watch but with a much better look. My last Apple watch broke and they wanted more than $200 to fix it. I decided to go with this watch after some research and couldn't be happier with the purchase. I get compliments all the time. Who wants a big blocky square on their wrist hen you can wear this beauty?

    >Rating: 4

    Tracking with style

    I've put it through the wringer

    After researching Garmin watches, I decided to go with the VivoMove HR because it had the class of a traditional watch, but I can also track my workouts, HR, sleep, and play music on it. I wanted a one watch stop where I could go to work and trail run with music (and without my phone). I've loved this watch every day, but the only downside is the battery life. If I do track a run or a ride, I do need to charge it everynight, and I've had it die on me because I didn't go out with a full battery.