Best Smartwatch with GPS: Garmin Vivoactive
The Garmin Vivoactive marks the new generation of wearables from Garmin. In the past the manufacturer had dedicated exclusively to professional equipment, but today with the Garmin Vivoactive everyone can stay in shape with a simple watch, functional and packed with features. The Vivoactive has a screen LCD touchscreen very bright, if used outdoors the readability is amazing and the colors correspond to the natural light. Garmin watch can be considered a hybrid model, because it has all the main features of a smartwatch, a fitness tracker and an activity band.
From the perspective of the fitness pedometer, calories, distance, elevation and automatic monitoring of sleep. All these features are built into a system of dedicated sports profiles including: golf, cycling, swimming and running. The phone smartwatch allows us to stay connected with the ability to receive notifications such as; Email, Twitter, Facebook, SMS, calls and messages. Water resistant up to 50 meters (5 ATM) and has a sport mode dedicated exclusively to swimming.
It can also be used to check and pick the music on our smartphones – in particular uses a connection Bluetooth AVRCP controller to control the music, in this case our app for listening to music tracks must be compatible with AVRCP profile.
The Garmin GPS clock has a battery that can reach even 3 weeks in Activity Mode and 10 hours in GPS mode. Using GPS an hour or two a day, we had to charge our smartwatch after about six days.
Best GPS: Smartwatch Fitbit Surge
Even the Fitbit Surge can be considered more a smarband than a real smartwatch because in addition to GPS, heart rate PurePulse detector and the main features of fitness, also includes intelligent notifications.
The Surge comes in two colors, black and white and both versions have a crisp touchscreen LCD display. The touch screen is very responsive and we never recorded of lag or slowdown during training. Perfectly legible for indoor and outdoor activities.
Fitbir Watch has incorporated 3-accelerometers, a digital compass, an altimeter, a built-in 3 gyros, GPS and an optical sensor for PurePulse heartbeats – all this to track, monitor and record with incredible accuracy: steps, calories, distance, speed, and altitude.
As the leading sports watches, the Fitbit Surge also offers automatic monitoring of sleep and plenty of sports mode for activities both outdoors and indoors. The wearable is naturally oriented to fitness but also includes some features to smartwatch as the ability to receive notifications, in particular messages and caller ID, can also be used to control the music on your smartphone.
Compatible with both phones Android, iOS and Windows Phone, is water-resistant up to 50 meters (5 ATM) but the Fitbit not recommended for use in the pool. The battery allows us to use the watch up to 5 consecutive days without GPS, while the duration with the GPS running continuously is shortened to 6-7 hours.
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