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Garmin vivofit Fitness Band

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Get on your way to a healthier, happier lifestyle with the Garmin® vivofit®. This fitness band tracks your progress 24/7 and can go without a charge for more than a year. The easy-to-read display keeps you on top of your fitness statistics by showing steps taken, distance traveled and calories burned. For a personalized feel, the Garmin® vivofit® fitness band learns your activity level and assigns a daily activity goal.

  • Easy-to-read display on vivofit shows steps taken, distance traveled, calories burned and time of day
  • vivofit learns your activity level and assigns daily activity goal, adjusting as you become healthier
  • One-touch button lets you wirelessly sync to Garmin® Connect™ free online fitness community
  • Red bar displays on the Garmin® vivofit after an hour of inactivity
  • Records calories burned throughout the day, including base metabolic rate
  • This Garmin® fitness band is water resistant, letting you run or train in all conditions
  • Garmin® vivofit tracks your progress 24/7 and can stay on for more than a year without needing re-charged
  • vivofit lets you sync to Garmin® Connect™ to see calorie-burning trends and track progress
  • Join Garmin® Connect™ and set challenges and compete against your friends and earn virtual badges
  • Garmin® Connect™ also displays your total sleep hours and periods of restful sleep and movement
  • Inculded: vivofit with large and small band, USB ANT™ stick, Manual


  • Unit Dimensions: 21mm x 10.5mm
  • Weight: 25.5 g
  • Battery: Two replaceable CR 1632 coin cells
  • Battery Life: More than 1 year
  • Water resistant: Up to 50M
  • History: Stores more than 1 month of 24/7 activity data
  • Wireless Sync: Yes
  • Garmin® Connect™ compatible: Yes
  • Style: 010-01225-00, 010-01225-02, 010-01225-03, 010-01225-04, 010-01225-05
  • Garmin
Country of Origin: Taiwan
Web ID: 33398636

Customer Reviews:

Garmin vivofit Fitness Band 3.7 5 32 32
Nice big numbers easy to read I would advise this band for everyone. It is easy to setup and fun to see you progess. November 18, 2014
vivofit band I am returning this , because there was no complete instructions to use it . I don't know how it works , as I was never able to set it up November 16, 2014
FRUSTRATING I have tried and tried -at least 10 times to get this fitness band to sync. The app and the website tell me I have an account but no matter how many times I reset my password, it tells me I have an invalid password. I even tried another email address and it will not let me sign in. November 16, 2014
Returning I don't believe this accurately tracks my steps. I have really noticed that it doesn't track steps when I am pushing a grocery cart. November 9, 2014
Great but has a set back After countless hours of research on many different fitness trackers, I found the right one. The Vivofit is waterproof enough to shower and go swimming in it; it shows the time, date, steps taken, steps still need to take to make it to goal, the miles traveled, and calories burned both passive and active. Although the screen isn't backlit, who looks at their activity tracker that much while in bed at night? The battery lasts around a year (it's a watch battery) so I'm interested to see how it will warn me when the battery is low. The bracelets are interchangeable so you never have to stick with just one color band. There's also a little keeper on the bracelet to keep the band from popping off your wrist (apparently it can happen although I can't see it doing that because the closure is very strong). It doesn't vibrate or make any sort of noise so if you don't want your tracker yelling at you, this is the one for you. It just silently puts the red bar on top of your screen just saying "hey if you wanna move, this is the time to do so". It also doesn't track flights of stairs if you ever want to track that. Everything works pretty well except the steps so far aren't very accurate. As soon as I take it off sleep mode, I already have 70 or so steps. Then I take a shower and do my hair and I've apparently walked about a half mile. Without taking more than 100 actual steps. Maybe they'll come up with a way to somehow reset it so I can just cancel out all of the morning activities without having to take the whole tracker off. Overall though, that seems to be my only quip. But on the app, they let you set your actual stride length so if the steps are off, at least the mileage will be a tad more accurate. We'll see. This is only my opinion after 3 days. November 9, 2014
A letdown from the get go... I've researched fitness bands for weeks; taking into account reviews from multiple sources and weighed my pros and cons upon that for purchase time. Obviously my decision landed on the vivofit. I was pretty excited to finally get a fitness band since I figure it would help me stay on track during my busy lifestyle of 2 jobs plus school-- I hardly have time to do anything anymore and I used to be much more active before I took on that second job and school, but I did not want my fitness to suffer for my lack of time! I needed a device that would be accurate so I could apply myself (and plan) in my fitness journey appropriately. Before my purchase, I've read through a vast majority of reviews on Dick's website; the best and the worst, and I kept in mind those reviews for when I tried it out for myself. Unfortunately, the product was a major let down... and I understand what a lot of the lower reviews were talking about. The whole reason I got the thing was to count my steps throughout the day, which would then calculate into the other functions of the device such as calorie count and goal-setting, as well as encourage me to push harder. However, the step counter is SO far off, it's ridiculous! I walked across my house, while counting my steps out loud, and counted to 20 steps. According to my vivofit, I walked 124 steps after it's been resting at 0 for about a minute straight. Then, I changed into my exercise garb, and it counted 312 steps. Not possible. I walked back 20 steps to my room, plus a couple extra to get my clothes and then changed into them... 312 steps, vivofit? Really? I'm getting my money back. November 6, 2014
Two weeks after I paid $129.00 I could have bought it online for $99 plus reduced shipping. I couldn't set it up to my galaxy s3. Had to get someone who knows much more about computers. October 27, 2014
excellent I have tried a few different fitness bands, including, jawbone up,and fitbit. I really love the Garmin vivofit.its hands down the best. (It Would be even better if it had a backlight tho :) October 7, 2014
Good but needs backlighting I really like the vivofit. It is definately a step up from the fitbit that I have been wearing. I like having my steps, sleep, heart rate all in one and it connects with myfitnesspal and mapmyfitness apps which I have used for years. The only thing that I wish this had was back lighting. It is tough to set to sleep in the dark or to sync before going to bed. Overall I love the look, the fit and love that I don't have to take it off in the shower or for a swim. September 30, 2014
Best fitness band I've had! I'm going to start by saying I owned and used the fitbit flex for more than a year. Though the fitbit caused lasting discoloration on my wrist I became very dependent on it. I added velcro to the bottom to prevent the rash and subsequent discoloration. Yet I was still very annoyed with just seeing blinking dots... I wanted NUMBERS, raw data. Finally my fitbit simply stopped working and that lead to the search for a new fitness band. After much research, youtube vid reviews, industry reviews, and customer reviews I settled on the vivofit. I've owned it for only 5 days now but there are things I've noticed that are huge upgrades to the fitbit flex. First, I haven't take the vivofit off since the day I bought it and it has not irritated my skin at all. That's huge! Second, no charging. It was irritating to have to have to take off the fitbit to charge it. In fact removing the actual tracker from the band of the fitbit wears out the band and cause the first few bands to break. With the vivofit there is no charging due to it's use of watch batteries. Third, having access to actual numbers... how many steps, how many miles, how many calories. You can set the vivofit on the data of your choice and keep it there. It also includes time and date. You can also remove any of the date you don't want your vivofit band to include. Lastly it's fully submersible, I can wear it in my pool! The cons: Nothing is perfect so... I really wish it would synch automatically. You have to press and hold the button to synch it. I've also noticed that sometimes I have to synch more than once to get all the info loaded to view on my laptop. It might be a lack of patience on my part, but if it would synch automatically I may not have to wait as long. Bottom line, best fitness band I've had! August 3, 2014
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