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Garmin vivofit Purple Price in Malaysia

Compare Garmin vivofit Purple Prices

Best price for Garmin vivofit Purple in Malaysia is RM 556.50

You can buy the Garmin vivofit Purple at the lowest price of RM 556.50 from Lazada. Alternatively, the Garmin vivofit Purple is also sold in Philippines at Galleon with the price of RM 582.00. Pricing details were last updated at 18 April 2018, 18:12.

Garmin vivofit Purple Price by Country

Country International Price Price in MYR
Malaysia MYR 556.50 MYR 557.00
Philippines PHP 6,547.00 MYR 582.00

Garmin vivofit Purple Specs

Display
Display Size 1"
Always-on Display
Display Type LCD
Multi-touch
Operating System
iOS Compatibility
Android Compatibility
Windows Phone Compatibility
Operation System Proprietary
Body
Housing Material Rubber
Housing Colour Purple
Housing Shape Rectangular
Weight 26g
Watch Strap
Watch Strap Colour Purple
Watch Strap Material Plastic
Removable Strap
Launch
Release Year 2014
Memory
Memory Card Slot
Functions
Pedometer
Radio
Music Player
Messaging
Stop Watch
Sleep Tracker
Heart Rate
Connectivity
Cellular
GPS
USB
NFC
Bluetooth
Wi-Fi
Camera
Built-in Camera
Features
Water Resistant
Schockproof
Scratchproof
Built-in Microphone
SIM Card Slot
Dustproof
Battery
Battery Life 8760h

Garmin vivofit Purple Expert Reviews

gadgetspeak.com
Reviewed on 2014-10-23
The actual vivofit unit features a small (30 x 12mm) LCD screen with a side-mounted button for cycling through the various options and feedback information supplied by the device. Due to the size of the screen, only a limited amount of data can be display...
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pocket-lint.com
Reviewed on 2014-10-13
Year-long battery life, keeps things simple, clear display, accurate, affordable point to activity tracking, waterproof, ANT+ for optional HR monitorNo screen illumination, no altimeter, no vibration, optional heart-rate monitor not comfortable
Garmin is well known for its navigation products and running watches, but it's a company with more to offer in the wider consumer space too. That's exactly where the Garmin Vivofit activity tracker is aimed: a wearable wrist device able to track your dail...
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expertreviews.co.uk
Reviewed on 2014-09-12
One thing that the majority of activity trackers have in common is a built-in rechargeable battery. Most trackers will deliver between four and 10 days of usage on a single charge, but you need to remember to keep them charged up or risk missing some of y...
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the-gadgeteer.com
Reviewed on 2014-09-05
1yr battery life, Always on display, Works with a heart strap monitor, Shows inactivity statusIntermittent 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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digitalone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2014-08-01
Garmin's black-on-black Vivofit shows the influence of the Nike+ FuelBand. The plastic tracker is set on a rubber wristband that comes in two sizes. The band is easy to strap on and is fairly comfortable to wear. Additional wristbands cost $41 for a pack...
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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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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, tooDoesn'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 accessoriesNo 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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CNET.co.uk
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 accessoriesNo 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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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 accessoriesNo 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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techradar.com
Reviewed on 2014-05-07
Always, on display, Year, long battery, Inactivity meter is a great reminderNo backlight, No altimeter
Unlike TomTom, Garmin had the idea of creating its own serious running watch quite some time ago. The first Forerunner surfaced all the way back in 2003, but it's taken until now to come up with a product fit for this brave new age of the 'casual' fitness...
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telegraph.co.uk
Reviewed on 2014-04-22
It has a "fairly rudimentary" screen that is beneficial to saving battery, said T3 technology critics.They concluded that it was one of the "nicest" designs on the market with a strong battery life.Video source: Future PublishingIs Nike 'pulling FuelBan...
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techadvisor.co.uk
Reviewed on 2014-04-15
Garmin is no stranger to the fitness game. In fact, we're only surprised how long the company has waited before dipping its toes into the waters of the activity tracker scene. The new Vivofit is available on its own or with a heart-rate monitor. Is it the...
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