Garmin Vivofit's biggest advantage is that is uses standard coin-cell lithium batteries that only require replacement once a year....
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Bozeman, MT (PRWEB) January 17, 2014
Garmin Vivofit is going to make a big dent in the activity band market thanks to the problems it solves from previous bands according to the Heart Rate Watch Company.
Big Features Improvements
"Garmin Vivofit's biggest advantage is that is uses standard coin-cell lithium batteries that only require replacement once a year", says Rusty Squire, President of the Heart Rate Watch Company. He adds, "A second major advantage is that you do not have to cut and fit the band meaning you can put it on and go straight out of the box".
Vivofit can also deliver heart rate data, which makes it the only activity band to incorporate heart rate data besides the Polar Loop according to Squire. "They are the only two bands we will sell because heart rate data is especially important for exercise", says Squire.
Due Out in March
"You can order a Garmin Vivofit now from the Heart Rate Watch Company but the bands themselves will not be delivered until late March", says Squire. He adds, "This band can show you steps, distance, calories, time and offer heart rate if you buy the bundled version", says Squire.
Lighter, Less Metal
"Garmin Vivofit is one of the lightest, smallest and most flexible of the activity bands we have seen", says Squire. He adds, "That lighter weight, less steel and a better fit with no cutting will appeal to a lot of women, especially those with smaller wrists".
Complimentary Fitness Books
"All customers receive complimentary copies of "How To Successfully Use A Heart Rate Monitor" and "How To Elevate Fitness With Strength and Interval Training", says Squire. He adds, "We give you tools that go well beyond just the product itself".
Call A Real Expert
"We test and use all the products we sell so you can call us with confidence knowing you'll get real answers to your questions", says Squire. He adds, "You can't fake being an expert when somebody is quizzing you one-on-one; thankfully we do not have to".