Garmin Vivosmart vs Fitbit Charge HR

Anyone who are looking to shed their few pounds or even you want to get more out of your workouts and fitness activities to be tracked on is an amazing exercise ally. Two of the most favorites one are Garmin Vivosmart vs Fitbit Charge HR. Both of them has ability to track the same metrics like steps, sleep, calories, distance, floors climbed and heart rate. We will put each tracker through 2 rounds of competition to see which device is the best.

Garmin Vivosmart
The upside down review was about Fitbit Flex Vs Garmin Vivosmart, but still with similar product. Bartel and as vice president of worldwide sales for Garmin, said that by combining the GPS features, wrist-based heart rate, long battery life and water resistance. Garmin Vivosmart HR was designed to follow the activities of its users throughout the day. With the presence of GPS features, when it is connected with the application of Garmin Connect, Vivosmart HR will be more accurate in reading the distance traveled, the time and the speed of a moving. So this device has advantages for their runners. Vivosmart HR also features a Garmin IQ Move, those features will be continually monitoring daily activities Gadgeteers. Thanks to the waterproof feature that owned these devices, Vivosmart HR also can pass through all situations. Not only that, the device is smart enough to distinguish activities such as walking, running, cycling, swimming etc. Once synced with Garmin Connect, the user can see the daily activity timeline with ease. Not only as a tool for tracking fitness course. To be able to compete with the other, Vivosmart smartwatch HR + has the ability to display text or email and provide notification in the form of vibration.

Fitbit Charge HR
Fitbit Charge HR features such as Heart Rate to oversee the condition of our heart rate continuously. The data presented in the form of graphs. Workouts plus All Day Activity to keep an eye on our daily activities, ranging from heart rate, number of steps, the distance transfers, the number of calories, the amount of floor we skip to the liveliness of the time range. While the Caller ID and watch for display and notification + vibration on the bracelet when there are people who make calls to our smartphones. This mode is provided by the exercise mode with smart track to record activity when we do sports activities, most recently the automatic detection feature. And also Auto Sleep with alarms to record our activities while asleep, how long and how well the quality of sleep we are presented in the form of charts to find out the trends and patterns of sleep. As for the transfer of data to smartphones and computers, you can use the features of Wireless Sync. The latter, Fitbit has also assisted with a long battery life which only need to be filled for 1 to 2 hours and can take up to 5 days.

- Sleek band is comfortable to wear all day, and the always-on display shows your stats, even in sunlight
- Displays steps, distance, calories, heart rate, floors climbed and activity intensity
- Receive text, call, email, calendar and social media alerts²
- One syncs automatically and wirelessly to tablets, computers and 150+ leading iOS, Android and Windows smartphones using Bluetooth 4.0 wireless technology.
- Syncing to computers requires Internet connection and USB port. Syncing to mobile devices requires Bluetooth and Internet connection. Syncing range: 20 feet
- Syncs with Windows Vista and later, Mac OS X 10.6 and up, iPhone 4S and later, iPad 3 gen. and later, and leading Android and Windows devices

Garmin Vivosmart HR actually comes with a larger, brighter and more comprehensive display, greater feature set, and a higher degree of accuracy when you are running, Garmin Vivosmart HR successfully edges out the Fitbit Charge HR. While, the Fitbit Charge HR is still one of the best fitness trackers for the money, offers a sleeker design, longer battery life and a better companion application. Therefore, if you like watching what you eat, the Fitbit might be the better option, as it has food tracking built right into its app. But if you want a more full-featured fitness band, the Garmin Vivosmart HR is the one for you.