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Garmin Vivofit Fitness Band - Black

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  • Move Bar - Motivates you to be active throughout the day by displaying a red move bar after one hour of inactivity. Additional segments light up for every 15 minutes of inactivity. Just walk for a couple of minutes to reset.
  • 24/7 Wearable - Stylish, comfortable and water resistant2 wristband that is always on and ready to go.
  • Long battery life - Stays on for more than a year without having to change the battery. Easy-to-read display - View the time of day and your stats right on your wrist.
  • Achieve your goals - Vivofit learns your activity level and assigns a personalized goal each morning. Count calories - Records calories burned throughout the day including base metabolic rate.
  • Monitor your sleep - Set the sleep mode when you go to bed to track the quality of your rest.
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Product Information

Color: Black | Style: Without Heart Rate Monitor
Technical Details
Item Weight1 ounces
Product Dimensions0.4 x 0.8 x 0.4 inches
Item model number010-01225-00
Batteries:2 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
Display Size1 inches
Battery Life8760 hours
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #93 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJanuary 6, 2014

Technical Details

Color: Black | Style: Without Heart Rate Monitor
  • Adjustable
  • Lightweight design
  • Water-Resistant

Product Description

Color: Black | Style: Without Heart Rate Monitor

Fitness Band That Moves at the Pace of Your Life

  • Learns your activity level and assigns a personalized daily goal
  • Displays steps, calories, distance; monitors sleep
  • Pairs with heart rate monitor¹ for fitness activities
  • 1+ year battery life; water-resistant²
  • Save, plan and share progress at Garmin Connect™

You already know the active steps you take now can improve your overall wellness today, tomorrow and well into your future. And while it seems simple to get out of that chair more often and move, making it stick is another matter. That’s where vívofit can turn good intentions into lifelong habits. It’s the only fitness band that greets you with a personalized daily goal, tracks your progress and reminds you when it’s time to move.

Personalized Daily Goals

vívofit learns your current activity level, then assigns an attainable daily goal. As you meet your milestones, vívofit will adjust your goal for the next day, gradually nudging you toward a healthier lifestyle. At Garmin Connect™, our free online fitness community, you can earn virtual badges and view your progress.

Tells Time and "Time to Move"

Research shows prolonged periods of inactivity such as sitting at a desk decreases your body’s production of fat-burning enzymes. You can reverse that effect by taking frequent, short walk breaks throughout your day. And while you might lose track of time and forget to move, vívofit knows. A red move bar appears on the display after 1 hour of inactivity and builds when you’ve been sitting too long. Just walk for a couple of minutes to reset the move bar.

Keep Moving

When you’re ready to take the next steps toward better health, vívofit has additional features to keep you motivated. Use a heart rate monitor¹ with vívofit to record your heart rate and zone data and get more accurate calorie burn information for any fitness activity, such as a run or a cardio class at the gym. At Garmin Connect, you can join online challenges with other vívofit users or start your own competition with friends to compete for virtual badges and bragging rights.

Always On

vívofit follows your progress 24/7, and it can stay on for more than a year without a battery change. Set the sleep mode when you go to bed and vívofit will monitor your rest. At Garmin Connect, you can see your total sleep hours as well as periods of movement and restful sleep. The vívofit band is water-resistant², so you can shower or get caught in the rain, worry-free.

Get Connected

With the touch of one button, you can wirelessly sync vívofit with Garmin Connect to see a complete picture of your progress, join online challenges and earn virtual badges for extra motivation. You can access our free online community from your computer or on your compatible mobile device³ with the Garmin Connect™ Mobile app.

¹Included with some models, sold separately on others.

²Water-resistant (50 meters).

³Includes Bluetooth® Smart Ready phones; contact your provider to verify if your phone is compatible. The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I won't buy your products and I'll let others know not to waste their money, either.
J Smith
It takes very little effort to pop the clasp and mine has fallen off several times (thankfully not in water).
Marvin Curlee
I love that it syncs with my Garmin heart rate monitor that I had gotten for a different Garmin watch.

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1,604 of 1,643 people found the following review helpful By Stratman on March 11, 2014
Style Name: Without Heart Rate MonitorColor Name: Black Verified Purchase
I've been using an activity monitor for a couple of years now, and have owned the following in addition to the Vivofit: Fitbit One, Fitbit Flex, Fitbit Force, and Polar Loop. Since the Fitbit devices are very popular and widely used, I'll orient this review around a comparison to those (and the Polar Loop for good measure).

First, my main activity is road biking: I average about 2,000 miles a year, mostly from March to November. In winter I try to regularly ride a trainer or a recumbent gym bike. I wear a heart monitor when riding or training because I like to see how I'm doing as a late middle-aged male. As you'll see, one of the advantages of the Vivofit is its ability to pair with a HR strap, something the Fitbit products lack. So here we go:

The Vivofit is a bit reminiscent of the Fitbit Force as far as the form factor. They have similar bracelet styling, though the body part of the Vivofit is slightly thicker. The clasp design is similar to the Force, but locks more positively. The actual Vivofit unit is removable from the bracelet unlike the Force (more like the Flex), so you can replace the band (it comes with both large and small bands) and change to different colored ones.

The biggest differences from the Force are these: 1) the Vivofit uses two small watch batteries that are purportedly good for at least a year versus the rechargeable battery used by the Force, and; 2) the Vivofit display doesn't light up like the Force (which has both positive and negative attributes; read on).

I liked my Force - even though I think Fitbit's customer service is abysmal, perhaps rivaled only by Comcast among companies I've dealt with - but the Vivofit is ultimately what I wish the Force had been. Here's why.
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451 of 476 people found the following review helpful By R. Montgomery on March 11, 2014
Style Name: Without Heart Rate MonitorColor Name: Black
I have had my Vivofit since 2/27/14 and it has been excellent. I have owned the Fitbit One, Fitbit Flex, and Fitbit Zip in the past and this by far and away outperforms each and every one of those. First of all, YOU NEVER HAVE TO CHARGE THE THING (well not for like a year). That is a major plus. I have not had any syncing issues whatsoever. The sleep tracker works flawlessly, unlike the Fitbit Flex which would randomly disengage from sleep mode in the night. One of my favorite aspects is that it assigns you a daily goal trying to get you more motivated, not just the same number over and over. If it starts at 7,500 steps and I hit my goal, the next day the goal might be bumped up a bit. It constantly tries to get you more and more active.

Lets break it down, the thing is/has:
1. Waterproof (for normal things like swimming, showers, rain, etc...)
2. OUTSTANDING battery life. Next time you need to change batteries it will be 2015.
3. Very accurate for a wrist tracker. All wrist trackers have room for error, this one has less.
4. Very comfortable to wear. The clasp does not come apart.
5. Motivating - assigns you daily goals. There is a goal mode that counts DOWN to zero as well as the traditional view.
6. Able to connect to a heart rate monitor - show me a Fitbit that does that! (Yes I know the Loop by Polar does).
7. Ties into Garmin Connect - if you are an athlete who uses GPS watches it's great to tie it all together.
8. It is very light and low profile - doesn't snag on things.
9. Easy to set up - absolutely zero issues while connecting to the computer and my iPhone.
10. Syncs without problem - Not even one issue so far syncing my steps to my account.

There are many more things to say about this device but it has performed flawlessly for me so far. Yes, there was a day or so where it didn't pick up the daylight savings change, but guess what, I was PATIENT, gave it a day and they rolled out a fix for it.
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165 of 181 people found the following review helpful By Jeff on April 18, 2014
Style Name: Without Heart Rate MonitorColor Name: Black
I have owned all three. Recently I got a Vivofit to replace my Fitbit force that I bought a few months ago. I had the bodymedia for about 3 years. I lost it while kayaking. I was going to buy the new Core 2 from Bodymedia, but they never came out with it. Bodymedia was bought by Jawbone. So I don't think they every will release it.

I did have the reaction to the metal in the Fitbit once in a while. This is why there was a recall. That is what made me want to change. I still had both have been wearing both for about a week. I have to say the Garmin is way more accurate then the Fitbit on calorie burn and steps. On an average day Fitbit is usually over 1000 steps more then the Garmin out about 10,000 steps. Fitbit seems to log more while driving or using the keyboard. I am going to write the pros and cons.

Wear ability

Garmin is a little thinner then the fitbit and feels more comfortable. The Garmin seems to be more secured. The Fitbit I had to put a o-ring to act as a band so it won't pop open. Which has happened. I still wish the Garmin had some sort of safety band, but was a lot more secured. The Core was a wearable arm band. It was nice and stayed hidden under the sleeve. The only complaint I had about the armband is that is was that the hook part of the vecro was a sticker type. It would wear out sometimes in 2 months and sometimes in 6 months. I went through about 6-7 of them.

1st - Garmin
2nd - Bodyfit
3rd - Fitbit


Garmin has a larger screen and I do like the fact it very easy to read in the daylight, but it is impossible to read in complete darkness. The Garmin screen is always on, but needs a back-light. I do like a red bar shows you not being active and gets larger the longer you sit.
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