Garmin 佳明 Vívoactive 智能手表010-02172-01 4s 40mm Silver with Gray Band
- 外壳材料：[挡板] 不锈钢，[外壳] 纤维增强聚合物带聚合物后盖
- 面部材质：珊瑚绒玻璃 3
Garmin 生动的 4S 智能手表可调整您的身体，40 MM vívoactive 4S GPS 智能手表提升音质。 它具有*广泛的全天候*监测功能、音乐储存和屏幕上的动画锻炼，帮助您实现目标。 通过下载您喜爱的 Spotify 或 Deezer 的电子手表（可能需要使用高级音乐订购模式）播放列表直接连接到您的手表。产品功能：*广泛的一天*监控功能可追踪您的能源水平，Pulse Ox*，购物周期，压力，*，心率**，轻松下载歌曲到室内手表，包括免费赠送的播放列表（不一定支持中文） 功能包括事件检测（选择任务期间）和协助（当与兼容设备配对时，）将实时位置发送到紧急联系（与兼容设备配对时）保持连接，以接收电话、文本消息、日历提醒等方式进行提醒等，Garmin Coach 提供免费 5K、10K 和半马拉松训练计划，引导您达到比赛目标，并根据监控器中的性能进行调整
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-Connecting the watch to my phone and wifi to download my spotify playlists was fairly easy and didn't take much time.
-I use a pair of Samsung Galaxy Buds for headphones. Pairing them with the watch was extremely easy.
-When playing music from the watch, there are almost no issues with connectivity. Over the course of 1.5hrs, I'll maybe have a few milliseconds where the music is choppy. Almost not worth mentioning but wanted to in case others are having issues.
-GPS tracking so far seems to be great, no issues here.
-Battery life when not listening to music is great. Often only uses up 5-8% over a 10-12 hour period.
-Battery life when listening to music and connected to bluetooth headphones could be better. Over a 2 hour period of listening to music I saw the battery drain ~30%. Good enough for me, but could be better and is the reason I gave 4 instead of 5 stars.
-Touch screen is very responsive and I have not had any issues with lag at all.
-The watch has a ton of features and a lot of applications / widgets. It can be a little overwhelming at first trying to navigate but within an hour of first wearing the watch, I felt comfortable with where everything was.
Look, if you're looking for a device like this you have a choice: you can buy a true "smartwatch" with a bright and shiny display, the ability to track your steps (Apple/Samsung), read your emails . . and a crummy battery life. Or you can buy a fitness devise with Smartwatch features . . . like a Garmin.
I choose Garmin. I bought the 40mm size because it looks like a regular watch and doesn't look goofy with dressier styles. No, it doesn't have the bright AMOLED display like the Apples and Samsungs, but it does have the "always on" display which is easy to read in any light. In dark areas, you can program it to brighten with a wrist snap or a tap. Again, it's like a regular watch in that way - which for me is a must. And yes, you can customize the face or download others with the Garmin IQ app. Works fine for me.
It's the fitness innards where Garmin really shines, and it tracks damn near every bodily function you have. Steps is just the beginning. Lots of pre-programmed workouts along with heart rate and Pulse Ox monitoring. Garmin just buries the competition in the fitness arena, if that's important to you.
Yes, you can read texts etc but . . . well, I have a phone for that. No, I don't want to read emails on my watch. The Garmin VA2 looks and acts like a real watch. It's just smarter and the fitness stuff cannot be beat. And the battery life buries the Apples and the Samsungs. I get 2-3 days with just the basics on.
If you don't care much about the fitness criteria and want a wrist display to parrot your phone . . . get thee to the Apple store. Just make sure you bring your charger everywhere. If you want a solid smart-ish watch that looks classy and is packed with health and fitness utilities . . . get the Garmin.
No regrets here.