Garmin has upgraded its Venu market line with a new offering for health, fitness, networking and technology.
The £ 350 Garmin Venu 2 looks very much into its fitness market but, with a similar look to the current Apple Watch, is looking forward to a re-bite of the competition.
The watch comes with a 1.3-inch round AMOLED display in a 43.6mm metal box.
It has a battery life of up to nine days, although GPS lighting is reduced to 24 hours.
Garmin has developed 11 sensors in smart watches, allowing them to monitor heart rate, breathing, blood pressure, hydration and even pressure.
It has training programs that work on the entire clock with power connecting, cardio, HIIT and elliptical training, climbing, climbing, indoor, yoga, pilates and leisure.
Sports of all kinds also have special equipment ranging from golf support to swimming.
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