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Garmin's Vivosmart HR gives Fitbit a run for its money

CNET's Dan Graziano goes over the advantages of Garmin's latest tracker, including its water resistance and showing smartphone notifications.
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Garmin vívosmart HR

CNET Editors' Rating

Very good
The Garmin Vivosmart HR does fitness and heart rate tracking just about as well as the Fitbit Charge HR while adding smartphone alerts, too, all in a compact package.
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