Garmin Vivosmart 4

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Garmin’s Newest, most stylish Vivosmart smart fitness tracker.

The Vivosmart 4 will not only track your daily activity, but it will also give smart notifications from your phone.

  • Slim, smart activity tracker blends fashionable design with stylish metal accents and a bright, easy to read display
  • Includes advanced sleep monitoring with REM sleep and can gauge blood oxygen saturation levels during the night with the wrist based Pulse Ox sensor. (Not a medical device and not intended for use in the diagnosis or monitoring of any medical condition)
  • Fitness and health monitoring tools include estimated wrist based heart rate, all day stress tracking, Relaxation breathing timer, Vo2 Max, body battery energy monitor and more
  • Features dedicated activity timers for walks, runs, strength training, yoga, pool swims and others; lens material: Polycarbonate. Strap material: Silicone
  • Get vibration alerts for All notifications, including calls, text messages and more (text replies available for Android Device users). display resolution: 48 x 128 pixels

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Manufacturer DescriptionTrack Your Wellness and Fitness Activity with StyleSlim, smart activity tracker¹ blends fashionable design with stylish metal accents and a bright, easy-to-read displayIncludes advanced sleep monitoring with REM sleep and can gauge blood...

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Manufacturer DescriptionTrack Your Wellness and Fitness Activity with StyleSlim, smart activity tracker¹ blends fashionable design with stylish metal accents and a bright, easy-to-read displayIncludes advanced sleep monitoring with REM sleep and can gauge blood...

Garmin Vivosmart 4 Wellness and Fitness Tracker

Check out Garmin's Newest, most stylish Vivosmart smart fitness tracker. The Vivosmart 4 will not only track your daily activity, but it will also give smart notifications from your phone. Slim, smart activity tracker blends fashionable design with stylish metal...

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16 reviews for Garmin Vivosmart 4

  1. slosuenos

    After having two Fitbit Versa’s die on me, I decided to try something else, and the Vivosmart 4 seemed to fit the bill. First off, the Vivosmart battery life is so much better than the Versa. This is huge, as I was really getting tired of having to charge the Versa every couple of days. The Vivosmart is small and comfortable, but the screen is a pain to use. Its very difficult to navigate, and is impossible to use when wet – yet you’re still supposed to use it for swim tracking. Generally the measurements I get from the Vivosmart are different than the Versa. My sleep is way up with Vivosmart – it says I’m getting about 7.5 hours a night, while I averaged about 6 with the Versa. I’m pretty sure the Versa is more accurate here. The Vivosmart will often mark me as sleeping if I’m laying in bed watch TV or reading. My step count and floors climbed tends to be lower on the Vivosmart. Again, I think the Versa was spot on here – I live in a two story house and go up and down the stairs all day long, so I have a pretty good idea what’s accurate. The Vivosmart under counts floors by about half. The Vivosmart does have the pulse ox and I’m struggling with sleep apnea, so this is huge for me, though I wish it could fire an alarm when ox levels sink below a threshold. The last thing I’d like to mention is support. Fitbit’s support was pretty good, there’s lots of activity on their forums with lots of helpful advise. However, I think its really strange that they would just send me a new Versa without wanting the original unit back – don’t they even care why its not working anymore? I’d think they’d want to study their broken / defective units to better understand what went wrong. My experience with the Vivosmart forums has not been good. They’re nearly vacant, and issues are only sometimes addressed by Garmin staff. I wrote them about a Vivosmart issue 5 days ago, its had 35 views and zero responses. So, that’s about it. In a nutshell, I’m happier with the Vivosmart overall because of its comfort, battery life, and pulse ox, even though the Versa seems more accurate. When Fitbit lights up the pulse ox feature on the Charge 3, I’ll probably get one and revert back to Fitbit.

  2. Lauren Roland

    I had previously had a Garmin Vivofit 3 that I had used for several years (I had bought it after my college graduation). I recently got into seriously working out and decided I needed to upgrade my fitness device (since the vivofit didn’t have a heart rate monitor). I spent days reading reviews and looking at several different products, but always came back to the Vivosmart 4. Now that I’ve owned it for over a month, let me tell you why:1 — It’s waterproof (to a point, of course, but still waterproof). This is the MAIN reason I picked this over a Fitbit. I had my Vivofit on my wrist for exactly 3 years, and I only took it off twice — both times to change the battery. I like being able to wear my fitness device in the pool and in the shower, and not have to worry if I fall in a lake or something. Seriously. I love this!2 — Battery Life. It lasts exactly one week. I charge it on Wednesday mornings at work, and it charges in less than an hour. I had resisted upgrading my fitness tracker for years because I didn’t want to deal with recharging it, but charging isn’t as bad as I thought it would be! I’m sure if I left the bluetooth off I could squeeze a bit more battery life out of it, but so far I’m happy with the 7-day battery life.3 — Size. I have very, very tiny wrists. I’m talking the circumference of my wrists are 5 3/4 inches around. I wore my Vivofit on the last hole, and even then it was a little loose! I’m able to keep the Vivosmart on the fifth hole (counting from tightest to loosest, so fifth hole from the tightest) and it fits perfectly. If I move it up to six, it slips around, which isn’t good for the heart monitoring so I’ll just keep it on five for now. The watch also isn’t chunky/doesn’t get in the way, which is what I was worried about with the Fitbit Charge (which, to be honest, is really ugly). I’m also including color choice in this “size” category, because I got the blue one. I agonized for a bit over which one to choose, since you can’t change the bands, but I’m in love with the blue color!4 — Screen. I love the screen! I am 5’5″ and 120 pounds, and have long (usually called “pianist”) fingers. I have no problem using the screen. It’s the perfect size. I will say that I went ahead and bought a set of screen protectors for this device, since I was worried about scratching the screen. I got a set of 6 for $8! I scratched my Vivofit screen almost all to pieces, and was worried about doing the same to this. I haven’t gotten a single scratch on the screen protector, but I would still be cautious. I love how responsive the screen is (although of course it’s a little hard to operate if you’re in the shower/the screen is wet). The button at the bottom gives a little buzz of haptic feedback when pressed. The screen can be a bit bright at night if you move your wrist and it lights up, but you can turn that setting off (the “flick your wrist to display the screen” setting, that is). The brightness can be adjusted, and I have it on the lowest setting. I haven’t had any problems with it! The different screens are super easy to scroll through and read, and although you do have to go through a few steps to be able to see your phone messages displayed on the watch (and it only shows one message at a time), I don’t use that feature enough to really bother me. Which brings me to…5 — Notifications. While I do usually have the bluetooth on and my watch connected to it, I use the smart notifications more for checking in on who’s texting/calling me than for actually seeing what the aforementioned message says. You can completely customize the notifications you receive (want to receive emails but not texts? Messenger but not phone calls? You choose!) by using the Garmin Connect app.6 — Garmin App. I’ve had a Garmin device for over three years now, and this is the first time I’ve really been excited to use the app. It’s fun seeing all the data displayed on the app! Heart rate, calories, distance, you name it! I do wish there was an option to set “cycling” as an activity on your watch, but I’ll keep using my cardio/walking/yoga activities, too. Everything is easy to find and easy to set up, and pairing your watch for the first time is super easy. Sometimes it comes unpaired (because technology, right?) and it’s easy to set it back up again.7 — Body Battery. Um, I think this is cool? I don’t really have a lot of opinions on this. Sometimes it seems really arbitrary as to how they measure the body battery level, and it’ll tell me I’m exhausted on days when I haven’t really done much and on days when I’m really dragging it’ll say I’m 100% charged. It definitely has learned over time and is doing better than the first week I had the device on, but it’s still not perfect.Since I could continue my ramble for a while, I’m going to go ahead and wrap it up here. Rest assured this has quickly become my favorite tech “accessory,” and I am so glad I decided to give the Garmin Vivosmart 4 a try.If you’ve got any questions, I’d be glad to answer them!

  3. Sassycat2

    I never write reviews, but I’m so disappointed in this product I thought I would share my experience. I primarily bought this for monitoring my heart rate during workouts. During the day when I’m not tracking exercise the HR monitor seems OK, but once I start an exercise the HR monitor is very inaccurate. During an intense workout where I’m short of breath and sweating (and probably between 150 and 180 bpm), the HR monitor says I’m between 60 and 90 bpm. Display and band are very small and difficult to use or put on if you have bigger fingers. Overall, I’m very disappointed in this product and will be returning it.

  4. Becky Mercer

    Ive had this item for a few months now, and initially thought it was amazing, loved the app and the graphs you can easily generate. Then I started realizing that it was VERY inaccurate with activities – it usually takes at least 25 minutes of walk/run to get it to detect activity, will only count a couple hundred steps after 45 minutes on a treadmill etc….. Ive tested step counts (walk 250 steps and check what it says) and it is often off by more than 20% (and up to 80%) – registering FEWER steps than taken. It very poorly detects stair climbs, and a staircase in a home usually doesnt register as stairs at all. Ive been up sick in the night multiple times for it to tell me I slept though soundly….I just cant trust the information it gives me at all which is disappointing – the look, comfort, and general function of the device are great. Still on the hunt for a tracker I can have confidence in.

  5. Dale Z.

    The touch UI is not as easy to use as the VivoSmart3 was, the 3 would always work no problem. The 4, well…it will work right away when your starting cardio, but once your done cardio and want to do a different workout the touch UI is non responsive to change your workouts for a while. Not sure why, but it can be about 10-15mins and numerous tapping the face before it actually works. The band is the same as the 3’s, which is not good in my opinion. I had to order two 3’s cause the band torn, one after 8 months and one after 2. The silver metalish bezzle fell off the other day, so not even 3 months old…BUT since it fell off, the touch/tap UI works really good now, so right after a cardio workout you can save and switch to a different workout and its instant, no more tapping a million times…..It was a pain in the butt to set up to the app and phone, just like the 3 was. I wish there was a replace able band option the permanent band is brutal cause once it breaks…and it will!!! You need to but a whole new tacker. But other than that it works property good.

  6. jennifer

    When I received the watch I was very pleased. My wrists are small, to the appearance was not overpowering. However, after a month I noticed the accuracy of my steps was sometimes incorrect.I purchased the watch because of the rose gold band but recently noticed that fell completely right off when I was wearing it. It was $200 watch for something that only lasted a few months. Extremely disappointed. Should have invested a little more for a Fitbit or Apple Watch that would last longer then a few months.

  7. Client d’Amazon

    Je ne comprends pas pourquoi tout le monde se plaint de ce tracker sur internet… Il fonctionne franchement très bien la très grande majorité du temps. À part qu’il pense que je dors 5 minutes plus tard qu’en réalité (on peut ajuster cette info manuellement) et qu’il faut parfois se reprendre 2 fois pour allumer l’écran, je n’ai rien à redire. Mesures très précises. J’adore la fonction de réveil matin, celle de body battery et la variété d’indicateurs qu’on peut suivre pour les activités physiques. Les messages envoyés sont positifs et réalistes, ça donne réellement envie de bouger plus !

  8. Mia Gregory

    The battery life in my Vivosmart #4 is very poor. I purchased the Vivosmart less than a month ago and initially the battery remain charged for 4-5 days which was excellent (very please), then one error occurred and it has not been the same since.About two weeks into owning the Vivosmart while going for a run, I paused the activity tracker to have a conversation with a friend of mine, after the conversation I unpaused the activity and continued. Once done the run I tried to get the device off of activity mode; however it was stuck. It seemed like a programming error, it would not allow for the session to be terminated and saved. Unfortunately I could not dock the watch since my charger was at home and the device continued on activity mode between 7am – 4pm (at which point the battery drained considerable quicker than normal and by 4pm no longer had charge).This is the point and time the device’s battery life went from excellent (4-5 days) to horrible. (less than 8 hours).Troubleshooting I’ve done:Reset the device to factory settingsReloaded app onto phone and started at factory settingsTurned off BluetoothDisplay brightness (lowest)Activity Tracking (minimum)Heart Rate Monitor OffOX sensor offVibration (low or off)Notifications (off)Music link off, camera link offSleep tracking off (until bed)Cycled the battery (let battery drain completely then recharge fully)Waited a week to see if this battery issue would resolve with timeMotion Gesture control off (device only displays when double tapped)At this point using my Vivosmart properly requires an hour charge in the morning (5-6am) and another hour to hour and a half charge in the afternoon (3-4:30pm). Even then I find that I’m running low on battery power.Very disappointed and what might be more frustrating is trying to use Garmin’s technical support. They offer a chat function that does not load (even during normal technical support hours), an email form which does not indicate whether or not a message has been sent and extremely long wait times on the phone for a representative who lists out exactly what you have already tried and not provide any solutions.Garmin you can do better.

  9. Melissa Cosco

    I love how pretty it looks. Very sleek and the rose gold makes it just a bit fancier. I find this one to be more accurate than my last Garmin tracker. I don’t like how difficult it is to bring up the stats. It stays off until I tap it several times. It’s supposed to sense when I move it to turn on and it doesn’t or does it very randomly. The price was decent. It has several options to do things but I haven’t tried much as the screen is touchy. Due to it being so sleek this makes it a downfall too. I do like how the messages work and I can actually see what it’s saying. That was something I didn’t like about my previous Garmin. Overall, I do like it. The best thing is how tough it is. It’s been dropped and banged so many times and zero issues. The app is really easy to use and tracks accordingly. Sleep is the only thing that isn’t accurately tracked. If I take it off or lay down it assume’s I’m sleeping. I can sleep 4 hours and it will say I slept 11.

  10. Chris

    El reloj está genial, no pesa nada, no estaba acostumbrado a usar relojes y no me costó nada acostumbrarme. El conteo dé pasos, pisos y frecuencia cardiaca son excelentes. Dudo de los registros de la saturación de oxígeno aunque probablemente sea debido a la posición en la que duermo sin embargo, no están tan alejados de la realidad. La medición de energía corporal y de estrés son correctas. Todas las notificaciones de mi celular (iOS) se muestran en el reloj, por ejemplo whatsapp, mail y fb. La aplicación de garmin sincroniza a la perfección con el reloj, además de tener una interfaz muy práctica y bonita. Mi reloj llegó en muy buenas condiciones y un día antes de lo esperado. Lo recomiendo ampliamente.

  11. bj,

    I have to change my past review of this watch to a five from my previous three. The activity part of my watch stopped working, but I still liked the time portion and just chocked it up as like most junk you get today that just does work. Well I decided to call Garmin, and to my surprise it was awesome, the woman? even told the date my battery was placed on my watch and recommended a battery change. Fixed the problem with excellent service and now I am looking towards an upgrade to a GPS activity tracker because of my experience with the company.See more

  12. Jimmythecdawg,

    Doesn’t keep good time. Black on black is hard to read, impossible in the dark. Tracks steps, but not routes. Cant upload to Strava. Moisture got inside the glass in less than six months, despite only very mild exposure to water. Waterproof to zero inches. I am not impressed. Not a fan! #sweepstakes.See more

  13. David,

    I have to change my past review of this watch to a five from my previous three. The activity part of my watch stopped working, but I still liked the time portion and just chocked it up as like most junk you get today that just does work. Well I decided to call Garmin, and to my surprise it was awesome, the woman? even told the date my battery was placed on my watch and recommended a battery change. Fixed the problem with excellent service and now I am looking towards an upgrade to a GPS activity tracker because of my experience with the company.See moreDoesn’t keep good time. Black on black is hard to read, impossible in the dark. Tracks steps, but not routes. Cant upload to Strava. Moisture got inside the glass in less than six months, despite only very mild exposure to water. Waterproof to zero inches. I am not impressed. Not a fan! #sweepstakes.See more

  14. LaVue,

    I bought a another brand first to find out that it didn’t work with my Google Pixel 3a. Vivosmart 4 works great! I wanted to see my heart rate while I was walking/exercising plus I wanted to see my sleep and stress. It shows me all of those and so much more. It links with MyFitnessPal and Google Fit too. Love it!See more

  15. Mickey289,

    I really wanted to love this so much, I love the pretty rose gold look with the grey, I love the slender thin style. I just find this really difficult to use. I cannot easily turn it on or off or anything, it seems finicky to me. I wish it had more ways to do things on it, to see it all in easier to understand ways, maybe on the app to have more details and user guides on there.See more

  16. Tabazona,

    I bought a another brand first to find out that it didn’t work with my Google Pixel 3a. Vivosmart 4 works great! I wanted to see my heart rate while I was walking/exercising plus I wanted to see my sleep and stress. It shows me all of those and so much more. It links with MyFitnessPal and Google Fit too. Love it!See moreI really wanted to love this so much, I love the pretty rose gold look with the grey, I love the slender thin style. I just find this really difficult to use. I cannot easily turn it on or off or anything, it seems finicky to me. I wish it had more ways to do things on it, to see it all in easier to understand ways, maybe on the app to have more details and user guides on there.See more

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