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The cool kid colours of the Garmin vivofit jr.

Kids sometimes need to be encouraged to workout as well, which is why Garmin have also released the vivofit jr. Available in three bright kid-friendly designs these activity bands are tough but comfortable and waterproof. Built for 24/7 monitoring, each band can track steps, sleep and activity and sync’s to a parent-controlled mobile app that enables parents to not only monitor their kids but to also set goals and challenges. The vivofit jr. comes with an internal battery with a one-year battery life, and the battery can be replaced by a Garmin authorized service centre. Available for S$129.

the vivofit jr is sized for kids from four to nine, and you can get a bigger band once your kids have outgrown the band.



The vivosmart 3 is the latest wristband activity tracker from Garmin and comes with a number of features from Garmin’s high-end fitness monitoring devices, including the VO2 max estimation so you can monitor your aerobic performance during workouts. There’s also automatic workout tracking with Garmin Move IQ and wellness tracking with an all-day stress tracking feature. The vivosmart 3 will last up to 5 days on a full charge, is waterproof to 50 metres and is now available for S$229.

The vivosmart 3 is available in black, blue and purple.

Shawn Chung
The Editor

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