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Cheapest Garmin vivofit Black Price in Malaysia is RM 178.90

The Garmin vivofit Black is now available in Malaysia. The cheapest Garmin vivofit Black price in Malaysia is RM 178.90 from Lazada. You can also choose between different Garmin vivofit Black variants with Purple starting from RM 170.50 and Black at RM 178.90. Garmin vivofit Black price details are updated October 2018.

Garmin vivofit Black Price Guide

Price List by Country for Garmin vivofit Black

Country International Price Price in MYR
Hong Kong HKD 416.00 RM 237.00
Malaysia MYR 178.90 RM 179.00
Philippines PHP 2,342.00 RM 182.00
Singapore SGD 59.40 RM 185.00

Garmin vivofit Black Price in Malaysia by Variants

Variants Price Store
Garmin vivofit Black RM 178.90 Lazada
Garmin vivofit Purple RM 170.50 Lazada

Garmin vivofit Black Specs

Display
Display Size 1"
Always-on Display No
Display Type LCD
Multi-touch No
Operating System
iOS Compatibility Yes
Android Compatibility Yes
Windows Phone Compatibility No
Operation System Proprietary
Body
Housing Material Rubber
Housing Colour Black
Housing Shape Rectangular
Weight 26g
Watch Strap
Watch Strap Colour Black
Watch Strap Material Plastic
Removable Strap Yes
Launch
Release Year 2014
Memory
Memory Card Slot No
Functions
Pedometer Yes
Radio No
Music Player No
Messaging No
Stop Watch Yes
Sleep Tracker Yes
Heart Rate Yes
Connectivity
Cellular No
GPS No
USB No
NFC No
Bluetooth Yes
Wi-Fi No
Camera
Built-in Camera No
Features
Water Resistant Yes
Schockproof Yes
Scratchproof No
Built-in Microphone No
SIM Card Slot No
Dustproof Yes
Battery
Battery Life 8760h

Reviews of Garmin vivofit Black

the-gadgeteer.com
Reviewed on 2014-09-05
1yr battery life, Always on display, Works with a heart strap monitor, Shows inactivity status
Intermittent problems syncing with smartphone, Display doesn't have a backlight, Mobile app is weak
I have a thing for activity trackers, fitness trackers, pedometers or whatever other name you like to call them. I've reviewed at least a dozen of them in the last couple of years and don't see an end to their popularity anytime soon. The latest tracker t...
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theverge.com
Reviewed on 2014-08-14
I sit at a desk too much. I drink too much coffee. I don't sleep very well. I have an odd feeling those three things might be connected. This thing on my wrist agrees with that assessment.After a few months of wearing and interacting with a fitness tracke...
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zdnet.com
Reviewed on 2014-07-03
Over one year battery life No backlighting to see the display at night, Always on display and comfortable form factor No vibration for alarm functionality, Motivational move bar  , ANTsupport for heart rate monitor connectivity  , Waterproof design so you...
No backlighting to see the display at night, No vibration for alarm functionality, No backlighting to see the display at night, No vibration for alarm functionality
Regular readers know I am a regular activity tracker user and write about them extensively here on the Mobile Gadgeteer blog. I've been using the Jawbone UP24 for a few months and was quite happy with the band, until now.Jorno folding keyboard for iOS, An...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2014-05-19
The Garmin Vivofit is water-resistant, has a one-year battery life, an always-on screen, and works with wireless heart-rate monitor accessories
No vibration for movement reminders, and battery needs physical replacing after a year. You're forced to use the Garmin app, rather than arguably better third-party health apps. Lacks more complex activity tracking
I've been using the Garmin Vivofit for the past month, and I've never had to charge it once.I could talk about the other features of Garmin's $130 (£100, AU$159) wireless Bluetooth fitness band -- its smart auto-adjusting daily goals, its motivational tri...
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slashgear.com
Reviewed on 2014-03-29
Within the blossoming smart wearables market, the battle for the real estate on your wrist is getting intense. With the Garmin VivoFit , many of us will have our bases covered. It keeps track of your activity levels adequately, and the sleek styling makes...
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imore.com
Reviewed on 2014-03-20
Battery lasts an entire year, meaning you never have to charge it, Waterproof up to 50 meters so feel free to track water activities, Move Bar keeps you conscious of how long you're sitting idle for, Comfortable to wear for long periods of time, Capable o...
Clasp doesn't feel sturdy and can easily become snagged on something, App isn't as robust as other offerings, Sync times with the app are often times slower than expected, Not a very large community, I couldn't find any friends using a Garmin tracker
The vivofit by Garmin is a fitness tracker that not only tracks distance, calories burned, and steps — it lasts on one charge for an entire year. Slap it on your wrist and never worry about charging it. But are the features and functionality a match for t...
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dcrainmaker.com
Reviewed on 2014-03-12
Since that announcement Garmin has brought the Vivofit and associated web and mobile apps to market and thus, I've had time to poke at it and dig into how it works inside and out. I've been wearing it for weeks now, using it for everything from walking to...
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wired.com
Reviewed on 2014-03-07
Yearlong battery life means you never have to worry about charging. Comes in a variety of colors. Bluetooth and Antcompatible. Water resistant up to 50m
Garmin Connect app is subpar compared to other fitness apps. Display isn't backlit, making it hard to read in low light settings. Not the most comfortable fitness tracker to sleep in. Sometimes syncing takes multiple attempts
You come to dread the blinking red bar on the Vivofit display. But that's precisely the point. It's there to highlight your inactivity — specifically, when you've been immobile for an hour. But as exasperating as this bar of shame can be, heeding its gent...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2014-03-05
Comfortable wrist-worn activity tracker. Monitors steps, distance, sleep, calories burned. Syncs to computer via USB ANT+ stick and Bluetooth Smart-enabled phones.
Not particularly stylish. Doesn't count stairs climbed. No natively supported activities other than walking and running. Must actively enable sleep mode
Garmin, a company known for its GPS-enabled products, including sports watches for high-performance athletes, has thrown its hat into the activity tracking ring with the Garmin Vivofit (from $129.99)%displayPrice% at %seller%. It's a well thought-out devi...
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gadgetguy.com.au
Reviewed on 2014-06-11
Never needs to recharge, and when it runs out of power, you just replace the battery; Comfortable to wear; Works as a watch, too;
Doesn't light up in the dark, making it impossible to read unless the light is on; No automatic syncing; Seems to miscalculate steps; App doesn't explore areas enough, leaving you with limited information; Won't intercept phone calls or messages, even tho...
Everybody is getting into the fitness game, and Garmin is no different, as. the GPS maker embraces fitness more than the typical cardio and swimming watches, and making a wearable for anyone keen to see how they're going.The next fitness gadget set to per...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2014-05-20
The Garmin Vivofit is water-resistant, has a one-year battery life, an always-on screen, and works with wireless heart-rate monitor accessories
No vibration for movement reminders, and battery needs physical replacing after a year. You're forced to use the Garmin app, rather than arguably better third-party health apps. Lacks more complex activity tracking
I've been using the Garmin Vivofit for the past month, and I've never had to charge it once.I could talk about the other features of Garmin's $130 (£100, AU$159) wireless Bluetooth fitness band -- its smart auto-adjusting daily goals, its motivational tri...
Read more >
gizmodo.com.au
Reviewed on 2014-03-14
Year-long battery life, Two straps included, Heart rate included in HR bundle
No pendant, Mediocre web apps, Uncomfortable clasp
In the ever-expanding pantheon of wearable fitness trackers, Garmin is looking for an open seat, ideally at the Cool Kids' Table (CKT). Garmin makes some of the best GPS sports watches out there, so expectations were high for the company's first tracker...
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