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Garmin In New Tracking Push

Garmin Australia is looking to grab a larger share of the activity-tracking wearables market with the launch of its Vivomove, described as a fashionable analog watch with digital tracking features.

The new watch, designed to be worn all day, features a timeless analog style face, but as well as the time can display step progress and inactivity at a glance.

A bar on the left side of the face shows the progress toward a user’s personalised daily step goal. A red bar on the right side reminds users when they’ve been inactive too long, counts steps and tracks how well users slept.

The water-resistant Vivimove is available with interchangeable leather and silicone strap options and case finishes including black, white, rose gold-tone, stainless steel, and gold-tone. Recommended prices range from A$249 to $479.

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