Venu 2 Plus and vivomove Sport: Garmin is launching new sports watches

Two new smart watches from Garmin are coming onto the market. The vivomove Sport hides its display behind a transparent dial, the Venu 2 Plus also allows telephony.

Garmin has introduced two new watches. At 449.99 euros, the Venu 2 Plus is in the upper price segment, but it also offers many features: The 1.3-inch AMOLED touch display, for example, can be used with over 25 pre-installed sports apps – such as running, yoga or strength training. and you can also see workouts with animated exercises and training plans.

Other functions include pulse measurement on the wrist, recording of the stress level and Pulse Ox, i.e. the measurement of the oxygen content in the blood. The watch also measures the respiratory rate, the VO2max and can be used for cycle and pregnancy tracking.

The manufacturer promises up to 9 days of battery life in smartwatch mode and up to 8 hours in GPS and music mode, thanks to the quick charge function, the wearable should be fully charged again in a short time.

The accident detection can be triggered manually – or automatically for selected outdoor activities – whereupon the current location is shared with previously defined emergency contacts. Users can also request help via Bluetooth telephony and, for example, contact the local emergency service.

The Garmin vivomove Sport

(Quelle: Garmin)

The second novelty, vivomove Sport, costs 179.99 euros and is primarily intended to appeal to fashion-conscious people. The time is displayed here with analog pointers, and information about training or notifications is displayed on the dial below if necessary. Android users can also reply to messages directly via the watch using predefined texts.

Garmin states that the battery life is up to 5 days in smart mode, plus up to an additional day in watch mode. GPS is not on board; a smartphone connected via Bluetooth is required for precise tracking.

Both innovations are available immediately.


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