The Garmin Vivo empire is expanding. This time though, in a way unlike any other Garmin product. It actually looks pretty. Swanky perhaps. Sure, there are other Vivo wrist bands you can buy that look great on women (The Girl often wears a metal band for her Vivofit). But those all cost extra. And yes, there are some Fenix3 variants that look more stylish too. But none look stylish in a ‘classical timepiece’ kind of way. And that’s the aim of the Vivomove.
In addition to time, your step progress is tracked throughout the day and can be seen on the watch face. The red move bar builds with every 15 minutes of inactivity until you reset it by walking for a couple of minutes. You can also view how many steps you’ve taken that day to get an idea of how close you are to reaching your goal.