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A SMART LOOK FOR YOUR WRIST
With a sleek design that’s suited for every outfit and every part of your day, this watch features a bright color display and optional always-on mode, so you can see everything with a quick glance.
DESIGNED WITH YOU IN MIND
From durable Corning® Gorilla® Glass 3 to the lightweight aluminum bezel and comfortable silicone band, this smartwatch was made to keep up with your lifestyle.
Let your watch do the planning. With preloaded cardio, strength, yoga and Pilates workouts, all you have to do is exercise. Use the Garmin Connect app4 to download more workouts for free.
Corning Gorilla Glass 3
See your body’s energy levels throughout the day so you can find the best times for activity and rest.
The Pulse Ox sensor2 gauges your blood oxygen saturation during the day and as you sleep to show how well your body is absorbing oxygen.
Find out if you’re having a calm, balanced or stressful day. Relax reminders will even prompt you to do a short breathing activity when you’re feeling stressed.
Use the Garmin Connect app on your compatible smartphone to track your cycle, log physical and emotional symptoms and learn about training and nutrition during each phase of your cycle. Even get cycle tracking information on your wrist.
Log your daily fluid intake as a reminder to stay hydrated. You can even have an auto goal for hydration that adjusts based on how much sweat you lose during activities.
See how you’re breathing throughout the day, during sleep and during breathwork and yoga activities.
Get a full picture of how you’re sleeping, with a breakdown of your light, deep and REM sleep stages as well as Pulse Ox2 and respiration data.
The watch constantly samples your heart rate3 and will alert you if it stays too high or too low while you’re at rest. It also helps gauge how hard you work during activities, even underwater.
When you want to relax or focus, you can start a breathwork activity, and this watch will track your stress and respiration to help you get a better understanding of how you’re breathing.
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