- Dimensiones del producto: 19,6 x 2,3 x 1,3 cm ; 45 g
- Pilas 1 Litio necesaria(s), incluida(s)
- Número de modelo del producto: 010-01608-00
- ASIN: B01BKUB67O
- Producto en Amazon.es desde: 1 de marzo de 2016
- Valoración media de los clientes: 2 opiniones de clientes
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº2.344 en Electrónica (Ver el Top 100 en Electrónica)
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Garmin Vívofit 3 - Pulsera de actividad, unisex, color negro, talla regular
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- Muestra los pasos, las calorías, la distancia, los minutos de intensidad y la hora del día en la pantalla con retroiluminación y controla el sueño
- La función Move IQ registra las actividades diarias
- Monitor de frecuencia cardiaca opcional
- Tiene una batería de 1 año de autonomía
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Detalles del producto
Color: Negro | Tamaño: tamaño estándar
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Descripción del producto
A prueba de agua: Si
Calorías quemadas: Si
Color de banda: Negro
Color del producto: Negro
Duración de la batería: 365 día(s)
Humedad: resistente al agua hasta: 50 m
Material de la carcasa: De plástico
Peso: 26 g
Resolución de la pantalla: 64 x 64 Pixeles
Tamaño de muñeca: 137 - 195 mm
Tipo de batería: CR1632
Tipo de dispositivo: Muñequera
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So far I am very happy with my purchase, and have not run into many of the issues other reviewers have complained about. It was very easy to sync to my phone. The wristband is a little big, but not as bad as everyone was making it out to be. I was worried it wasn't even going to fit, but that was not the case! I got on the elliptical to test out the intensity minutes-another thing many reviewers said did not work. For the first 12:00 minutes the 0 on the move IQ screen was just blinking, but then it picked up right at the 12:00 minute mark and counted every minute. It did appear to be about :50 seconds behind the elliptical, but after I was done and was leaving the gym it was spot on. So you just have to be patient with it starting to count the minutes on the actual screen, but it is working. I'm guessing it is just making sure it is actually intense activity.
Bottom line: Simple, easy to use product without all the bells and whistles of other products, which is exactly what I was looking for. Battery life was more important than heart rate and notifications for me. I really didn't need another product other than my phone giving me notifications-that is not the purpose of an activity tracker, and I think we could all benefit from being a little more present and get away from our phone and our texting :)
As a step counter, it works fabulous. MoveIQ doesn't seem to work correctly for me. I rode my bike twice for at least 20 minutes this last week and it didn't count any of them as riding my bike. It did recognize when I walked fast for intensity minutes. I haven't yet tried swimming or running with it. But I really wanted this upgrade for it to recognize my bike rides...which it did not. There is no type of adjustment or sampling to have it recognize biking correctly. It just doesn't work for me.
Additionally, there appears to be some display issues...or I have a defective unit. The top movement bar displays dots first thing in the morning and won't disappear until the movement bar starts working after you get to your normal wakeup time...or if you press the watch button to show another item. I also seen it once blur the time all the way to the top red movement area...which pressing the button fixed it. I'm hoping this can be fixed with a firmware update.
What do I like?
The audio movement reminder is handy. We always don't stare at our watches waiting for the red movement bar to light up (at least I hope you don't!). The audio is quiet and doesn't draw attention in a business environment.
The locking band does take a little bit of getting accustomed to using, but once it is locked, you feel good knowing that the watch won't just fall off your wrist.
When you reach your walking goal, it informs you along with fireworks! Fun stuff!
Using the watch with the Garmin Connect app is a must. It shows you tons of data and I like that you can join challenges.
What I don't like:
MoveIQ isn't working correctly for me (see above)
Display issues (see above)
No method to view your biking, running, intensity steps, swimming, etc. directly on the watch itself.
Watch seems to sync often (once an hour) to the ANT USB adapter I have...which will reduce my battery life. I have it set to limited sync.
I'll give it more time to see if anything gets fixed or improved at which point I'll change my rating.
Set up was pretty straight forward just know that you have to sync through garmin connect. If you sync to your phone before syncing to garmin connect app it will not work. Garmin connect is a great app to use and will sync with dozens of other fitness apps for further functionality.
Step tracking was close to my vivofit 2. I wore both devices on the same arm while I walked the girls to school the devices were a few stops off but all in all very close.
I really love that you can change the clock faces. It's a cool feature, but I love even more the fact that you can use split screen to see the time as well as steps (or any other metric) at the same time.
The two things I didn't like we're that the bands for a regular wrist were far too large. It's nothing a pair of scissors couldn't fix but it does feel a little strange cutting the band on a $100 tracker I had just taken out of the box. The other is while many people disliked the large screens on previous models I personally liked them. This is a personal complaint mind you and I understand it will increase the battery life, but for me it will take a fair bit of getting used to.
In summary I have had a few different devices from the first Fitbit to the Surge, and for me personally it is Garmin all the way. I love never having to charge the device and I really love the fact I can swim with it and not to take it off. This is hands down the best tracker available for under $100. I would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a solid performing tracker who doesn't want to fiddle with charging every few days.
I saw some negative reviews about the User Interface (UI) as well as syncing. I am semi tech savvy and I found the UI to be easy to use. I did have to take a little time to learn everything, but it was not hard at all. I know the fitbit UI is simple and easy.....but...the fitbit also does not have the have all of the same features as the Garmin. To me the fitbit is more of just a step tracking device. I have to say that this device has many many more features than I am taking advantage of currently. It definitely can accommodate people that are beginners, or just want to keep track of steps to advanced athletes training for an event. This appeals to me because it can grow with my fitness level. It can track steps, swimming, running as well as show you data over time.
Syncing is not hard as long as you follow these steps. 1. Make sure your bluetooth is turned off. 2. Open the app. 3. Turn on bluetooth and then Sync. Easy peasy...do the steps differently and you WILL have syncing problems. Once I figured out those steps I have NEVER had a problem. I get frustrated when people leave negative reviews based on user error not device or program error. The following Pros and Cons are my opinions only and I am not covering all the features. There are enough reviews that cover every single feature. I am just pointing out what I like and don't like.
Pros for me: Basically the first two features were the main selling point for me.
* Waterproof: This was one of two reasons why I bought this. I am hard on my devices, I tend to loose them (I have gone through a few trackers that are not wrist type) and ruin them by getting them wet with everyday activities. Waterproof is a HUGE HUGE selling point for me. I never have to take it off, which means I never forget to put it back on.
* Battery life: this was the other HUGE main selling point. I hate always having to charge my devices, I have enough tech to keep track of, I don't want to worry about my fitness tracker too. This battery can last up to a whole YEAR. At this point even if I get 6 months out of it I am still thrilled.
* Move reminder: Being that I have a desk job, I love that it reminds me with a beep to get up and move. I can hear the beep clearly, and I have been to many rock concerts in my life. However, no one else seems to notice the beep.
* Locking band: I like that the band is secure, as well as easy to get off....if needed. I do loose trackers so I wanted something that was secure.
* Steps taken as well as steps needed: I like that I can see how many steps i have taken, or I can see how many steps I still need. I prefer to look at steps needed.
* Sets new goals each day: The program sets you new step goals each day realizing that 10,000 steps may be difficult to reach every day.
* Activity min: It recommends that you get in 150 activity min each week and keeps track of your activity min. This has been a good motivator for me because I was previously only getting in on a good week 120 min of exercise so now I am exercising more and slowly loosing weight.
*Intensity Min: The device can also track intensity min, which means it tracks when you are exercising hard. The intensity min count for double activity mins. Meaning if you exercise harder you can exercise less and still meet your goal, makes sense. Unfortunately, you have to be exercising hard for 10 min straight at a time. Great for others, but, I usually do some type of interval on the treadmill of walking and running. You also need a heart rate monitor for this feature. Because of my type of exercise I do not do 10 min straight, so my intensity min never count. I wish the feature would count accumulative and not consecutive. Someday maybe I will be running for 10 min straight and then will appreciate this feature.
* Band is not very attractive. I am a woman and like jewelry and accessories. I find the band to not be very pretty when compared to the fitbit Ulta. However, I do like that if I want I can change the band and there are other accessories available that can make the band look more like jewelry or can hid the band.
* Community: There are not nearly as many users of the Garmin device compared to fitbit. I do not have any friends that I can compete with, its just me. I know with the fitbit the community is huge and it is easy to find someone you know. With garmin you can join a competition with other users, but I don't know them so it is not as fun to me. I like competing against people I know.
If I have any problems with this device I will update this review.
Long story short… First impression – looked just as I expected
1. Neither too big, nor too small, not bulky at all and very lightweight
2. Setting it up, downloading the app, syncing – everything was pretty straight forward.
3. There are different settings for the screen, I like the split version where I can see both time and calories burnt for example. Also really cool watch faces too!
4. I like the way it tracks sleep, it’s very accurate. I compared it with my other sleep tracking app and results are almost the same. In fact I’m sure that Vivofit 3 is more accurate.
5. Move IQ is a very helpful feature. Unlike some other reviewers it worked fine for me, it can detect jogging and cycling for me. I haven’t tried swimming yet, but definitely will
6. Love the pompous “Goal” that I see on my display when I hit my target steps
7. I like that it’s waterproof, no need to take it off when showering/swimming
1. After wearing my tracker for 2+ weeks I finally started wondering why I had never heard a move bar alert. From the very beginning I set it on in the app, then off, then back on…nothing happened… I guess I received a defective product. Contacted Amazon and hopefully I will get a replacement within 10 days or so. Will update on that as well
2. The huge con is the band! I think it’s ridiculous! They need to have more size options. From the attached picture you can see that the band is too long! I am a female and my wrist is definitely thin, and this hanging end of the band is very frustrating.
3. The lock is not very secure and my toddler can easily rip it off of me in a matter of a second.
4. It does pick up some extra steps. I wear it on my non-dominant hand all the time. However it counts steps when I do dishes, fold laundry, sometimes when I dress my toddler…and I feel like some steps are not counted at all, especially the ones that are smaller than regular ones. I will try and customize my stride in the app and see if this helps.
5. The app is okay, but not great at all. I feel like there is room for improvement. However I never had problems syncing (I have a very old Iphone 5) and always do it manually.
Bottom line: this is a good activity tracker, I would recommend it to a friend. Hope this helps. I will definitely come back and update this review, especially after receiving a replacement.