For those who are generally skeptical of fitness trackers, one of the biggest hangups can simply hinge on style. You’ve already got a good-looking, classic wristwatch… why would you want to replace it with some clunky, brain-cluttering tech product? Garmin has heard your gripes and aims to address them with the all-new Venu, its most elegant and approachable fitness tracker yet.
The looks speak for themselves, but the product also has a bunch of features that make using it borderline effortless. There are 20-plus built-in sports apps, music, on-screen workouts and Garmin Pay. Plus of course all-day health monitoring (energy levels, respiration, stress, heart rate and more) and an AMOLED display that’s easier on the eyes than what has come before. The Venu also boasts a battery that lasts up to five days in watch mode and up to six hours in GPS + music mode, so you can take off on an after-work run, hike or road ride and always find your way home.
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