Garmin has launched a new sport and wellness centered smartwatch aimed particularly at women – the Garmin Lily.
The Garmin Lily shrinks the case dimension down to only 34mm, making it one of many smallest available on the market. For context, the smallest Apple Watch is available in a 40mm case, and the similar-looking Vivomove hybrid is 39mm.
It is available in two choices: basic, which makes use of stainless-steel case and a leather-based band, and Sport, which stars an aluminium case and silicone strap higher suited to getting sweaty.
The Garmin Lily Sport is set to price £179.99 and the Lily Classic £229.99 and can be found now.
The Lily Classic household
It sports activities T-bar lugs to carry in a 14mm strap, which is additionally considerably smaller than the usual 18mm you’ll typically discover on rival slimmed-down smartwatches.
The display is a low-res LCD affair (decision not revealed), which isn’t at all times on. However, when the display dims the patterned lens leaves a design on the display, so that you gained’t be carrying a lifeless show round on the wrist.
In phrases of options, it matches as much as the Garmin Vivomove fairly properly, with a particular shift in direction of wellness over health. There’s step monitoring, 24/7 coronary heart fee monitoring, stress, hydration, SpO2 and the Body Battery function that measures vitality.
The extra reasonably priced Lily Sport with silicone strap
And Garmin’s new being pregnant options additionally make the minimize, which star alongside the corporate’s present cycle monitoring.
However, considerably disappointingly, there’s no devoted GPS for monitoring of out of doors exercises and also you’ll must take a paired smartphone alongside for the experience.
Sports modes embrace indoor and out of doors operating, and devoted monitoring for yoga and pilates.
But like all Garmin gadgets, it’s acquired 5ATM water resistance so it’s good for the pool.
We’ll be testing the Garmin Lily over the following few weeks so keep tuned for our evaluate.