Garmin Venu –Garmin Venu is a great fitness wearable GPS Smartwatch. Garmin Venu smartwatch comes with Bright Touchscreen Display. Music, Body Energy Monitoring, Animated Workouts, body Pulse Ox Sensor. AMOLED display with Responsive touchscreen interface, Advanced health tracking, fitness features. This smartwatch made High-quality materials, fit, and finish. This smartwatch comes with Offline music and Garmin Pay support.
Best Smart Watch Garmin Venu.
Garmin Venu Features And Review.
Garmin Venu displays a bright AMOLED display. Battery backup up to five-day battery life in smartwatch mode and up to six to seven hours in GPS and music mode.
This smartwatch broadest range of all-day health monitoring features keeps track of your energy levels.
Easy to download any songs to your watch and including playlists from Spotify, Amazon Music, or Deezer.
Garmin Venu smartwatch record all the ways to move with more than 20 preloaded GPS and indoor sports apps including on Garmin Venu like yoga, running, pool swimming and more
This smartwatch easy-to-follow, animated cardio, strength, and Pilates workouts right on this smartwatch screen.GPS Smartwatch with a Bright, Beautiful Display Built for the Active.
When paired with a compatible smartphone you receive emails, texts, and alerts right on your smartwatch.
Users Review :
People using fitness trackers, first people start using the Fitbit Flex smartwatch, then the Microsoft Band 1,2, Fitbit Ionic, and now new smartwatch the Garmin Venu.
While people like installing apps and add-ons and it’s more important to people that the device tracks sleep, heart rate, steps, and workouts. With that in mind, people quite happy with Garmin Venu after a couple of weeks of owning it.
The battery life is at least as good as advertised. With the always-on display mode disabled and pulse ox tracking enabled only while sleeping, I’m getting 5+ days on a charge.
GPS accuracy is generally great. It seems to be a noticeable improvement compared to the Fitbit Ionic smartwatch, which was pretty good but had a tendency to cut corners.
The workout display shows 4 different data fields on each screen, and you can customize the layout, order, and a number of screens. You haven’t made too many changes yet, but you like having the option, and You like having multiple screens with several fields per screen compared to the Ionic’s rather limited selection.
This smartwatch one of the few Garmin devices that has a touch screen display. Garmin Venu Display Touchscreens on fitness devices can be finicky and cause problems during some activities, especially when it’s raining and swimming, but the Garmin Venu smartwatch seems well designed to avoid those problems.
Smartwatch has built-in support for lots of different activities, all of which have first-class support on the Garmin Connect website. This is a big one for people because the two biggest annoyances with the Fitbit Ionic were that it lacked support for skiing and snowboarding and that the Fitbit website will not export activities without GPS data and meaning such activities could not be synced to Strava.
Phone notifications and connected data, e.g. in the weather widget, seem to work reliably.
Third-party apps, widgets, and data fields on the Connect IQ store can add additional functionality to Garmin Venu Smartwatch. People especially like the idea of being able to add custom data fields to built-in activities.
No other smartwatch open water swimming support, even though the Garmin Venu smartwatch supports this on other devices with the same GPS chipset and accelerometer.