Smart Watches

6 Reviews for Garmin Lily

  1. tmb

    I am a woman with very small wrists. I had been using the Forerunner for years with no issues, except it was huge. I almost felt like it was suffocating me. I used it for everything…treadmill running, outdoor running, steps, sleep, etc. I was pretty much addicted to it. I had been looking for a smaller watch for a while, but they pretty much didnt exist. When I saw the Lily came out, I had to have it. It is a MUCH smaller watch and quite fashionable (which really isnt a concern of mine). The watch face is pretty much blank until you wake it up…that is a huge issue. You have to either turn your wrist toward you or tap it twice….this rarely works. I love the watch so I just deal with it, but it is an issue. When I first got the watch I had some issues, such as not being able to add stairstep to my watch and my distance was off. The Garmin peeps are very knowledgeable and helpful. Its a new item and takes a little getting used to, but its good now. FYI, there is no built in will need your phone and there is also no way you will get 5 days of battery time. You will have to make adjustments to the settings to extend the battery life. You are lucky to get 3 days. You also cant download watch faces from Garmin which sucks because I like putting my own photos into it. All and all, its a good watch for what it is….not the most elaborate Garmin, but it gets the job done….especially if you have small wrists.

  2. ReflectandRefresh

    Pros:* It is sleek and petite – great for smaller wrists. The navigation is intuitive, so the smaller size doesn’t detract from usability for me (but small hands).* Battery life does seem to hold up 3-4 days* Sleep tracking has been fascinating to learn more about – it interprets when you’re in deep sleep vs. REM vs. light vs. awake.* LOVE the auto tracking exercise feature* Also, while I hope I’d never need it, LOVE the idea of the safety feature which would autonotify specific contacts if I’m in distressCons:* The touch screen isn’t always sensitive to wake. It may take a few times touching it to get it to respond but then works fine.* Oddly, when they say the body battery feature (which I was really excited about) won’t work for everyone, they really mean it. If your resting heart rate hovers around 70bpm or above, this feature will not function for you. After reading a number of forums during the first week of ownership, I thought the 5% “Drained” battery status would improve after it got to know me. When it didn’t, I contacted Garmin and I was informed that those whose heart rates are at my level or above will not be able to use that function. Frustratingly, there’s no way for it to learn/adjust the heart rate zones, so it just won’t work. For clarity, average resting heart rate for healthy adults is 60-80 so not sure how they determined 70 as a cutoff.* Further oddness re: body battery – if you sleep with the watch off, it’ll estimate that you’ve recharged, so if you’re another adult with heart rates in normal zones and this is important to you, you’ll have to decide between body battery or sleep monitoring.

  3. Wanda Paryla

    This is a very attractive watch. It works really well for activities, walking, also respirations and oxygen while sleeping. However this watch does not track sleep very well. I have another Garmin watch and it’s very accurate about telling me when I fell asleep. Lily must track sleep another way because in the morning it’ll tell me when I was that I was sleeping when I wasn’t. It’ll say, for instance that, I fell asleep at 11:00 p.m. when I know I didn’t fall asleep at 11:00 p.m. and they need to fix this. It could be that it’s tracking how you breathe, perhaps the rhythm of your breaths. But unlike my other Garmin this is not tracking when I fall asleep properly. Once it told me I slept for 6 hours when that’s not possible, because I was in a hotel room with loud traffic noise and couldn’t sleep that night. I was still up at 1:00 a.m. but the watch told me I fell asleep at 11:30 p.m.

  4. Kendra Wood

    Switched from years of Fitbit. I find the sleep tracking extremely inaccurate. I wake up and read and it says I’m asleep. I’m drinking coffee… apparently still asleep. HR isn’t accurate. My HR during a HIIT workout was 160 and the watch said 110. It doesn’t auto recognize workouts. Honestly other than I love the look and it tells me my messages on my phone I think the rest is pretty useless.

  5. Emma B.

    If you love the band and it is comfortable, you’re going to love this little gem. It is the smallest of the round faced semi-smart watches. And very light. It does a nice job of sleep tracking. And it tracks all your steps of course. But without my phone with me, it doesn’t say distance walked.Now I’m very neurotic and I’ve found I can’t sleep with this so I ordered a different band. If you have the tactile coordination of Fabergé and the patience of Job, you will easily be able to change the bands. If not, it is the most annoyingly fiddly irritation! There is some tool the new band comes with and I had no trouble getting the teeny tiny screws out but putting it back together with the new band? OMG. I just gave up. Okay back to the positive. This Lily displays all your messages and does a great job. The display, though not color, is super bright. I turned mine to 3. I also think the darker background faces make more sense as the graphics are white. The watch face is easy to navigate and quite responsive. I am recommending this as few people are as neurotic as I am. And it is absolutely gorgeous.

  6. Julie

    I’m so glad I read Google reviews that said this was a good watch for small wrists. I have the Garmin Vivosport however it buzzes my wrist telling me that it is disconnected even though I am still wearing it. It is very annoying! But this one works perfectly and has not done that once in the week that I’ve had it so far.Also, either I’m sleeping better because of this watch, ha ha, or it’s tracking my sleep better because of the improved connection. It’s nice to know that I’m actually getting more deep sleep than I thought I was based on the prior watch.I like the size of the watch face because I can interact with it more easily. The Vivosport is a long and skinny face which is more difficult to find the right place to touch in order to wake up the watch.So far I really really like it.

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Garmin Lily

Garmin Lily: Stylish, practical, and versatile smartwatch for women.

Garmin Lily™: Fashionable women's smartwatch with fitness tracking, stress monitoring, and long battery life.

- Stylish design
- Fitness tracking
- Long battery life


- Expensive
- Limited smart features
- Small display screen



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Introducing the Garmin Lily™, the small and stylish smartwatch that is perfect for anyone who wants to stay connected and active. With a simple flick of the wrist or a tap of the finger, the decorative lens lights up to reveal a bright touchscreen display that disappears when you’re done with it. This unique feature gives the watch a stylish and modern look that is sure to impress.

The Garmin Lily™ is not just a pretty face; it also monitors various aspects of the body to help you keep up with your active lifestyle. It can track your respiration, Pulse Ox, energy levels, menstrual cycle, pregnancy, hydration, all-day stress, sleep (when paired with a compatible smartphone), and estimated heart rate. This information can help you make informed decisions about your health and fitness.



  • Fashionable & innovative smartwatch for women
  • Customizable clock faces & fitness tracking
  • Stress & hydration monitoring, menstrual cycle tracking
  • Easy-press silicone band, adjustable for different sizes
  • Long battery life, lasts up to five days on a single charge
  • All-day heart rate monitor, sleep tracking & personalized breathing activities
  • Supports text, email & social media notifications
  • Elegant design, diverse features & user-friendly interface
  • // Q & A

    Does it auto detect all naps?

    No. Garmin thinks that people into fitness don't nap, apparently.

    is it made in the usa

    No, Taiwan. The quality should be much better than made in USA.

    Can i receive a call on my iphone6?

    You can see that you have a phone call but you cannot reply or hear the call.

    Does it have an analog watchface and if so does it have a moving second hand sweep? How long does it display?

    here is the analog with second hand sweep, you can change the display length from short, medium or long. that video is on short, not sure how many seconds long is

    Does the white band get stained or dirty looking?

    Been wearing mine every day for 6 months and the white silicone band is still clean and bright white outside and inside. However, the white plastic surrounding the watch had discolored slightly with use, making the connection between the watch face and the band slightly different shades of white. Not noticeable from a distance but someone who is picky about color might be upset by it.

    // SPECS

    Department: womens
    Origin Country: Taiwan
    Model #: 010-02384-02
    Garmin Lily
    released on January 27, 2021

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    The Garmin Lily is a fashionable and innovative smartwatch perfectly engineered for women who want to stay connected with the world while maintaining their style. With a unique 34mm diameter case, this smartwatch offers customizable clock faces, fitness tracking, stress monitoring, hydration tracking, menstrual cycle tracking, and much more. It comes with an easy-press silicone band that adjusts to fit wrists of different sizes. The Garmin Lily has a long battery life that lasts up to five days on a single charge, making it perfect for those who want to keep track of their fitness and health goals without worrying about frequent recharging. The health monitoring features of this smartwatch include an all-day heart rate monitor, sleep tracking, and personalized breathing activities to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Additionally, it also supports text messages, emails, and social media notifications to keep you informed of all the outside world while you work, exercise, or relax. With its elegant design, diverse features, and user-friendly interface, the Garmin Lily offers women a unique and practical way to stay connected, healthy, and stylish.

    // Garmin Company Profile

    Garmin aims to provide superior products for essential areas of our lives. They strive to be the leader in every market that they enter. Garmin is most well known in wearable technology for their fitness and sports watches, of which they make a large variety. – View Profile

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