Garmin ​Vivofit 4 first look, hands-on review : Fitness tracking has never been simpler

CES 2018: We touch and feel Garmin’s new fitness tracker

Garmin’s most basic fitness tracker is back for a fourth edition, but the Vivofit 4 is far from a slouch in the tech department.

Garmin’s activity band features a year of battery life and an always-on screen, which makes it easy to keep tabs on your goals while simultaneously taking charging out of the equation.

While the Vivofit 4 was announced back in December, we got our first glimpse at CES 2018. Here are our first impressions.


The Vivofit 4 is a basic tracker and that’s fairly implicit from its design. A module held within a textured rubber band, it’s not winning any awards for fashion or design. In fact, it looks a little cheap. It’s available in a few colours, standard black, plum, black speckled and white all available in small and medium sizes, with just black available for small wrists.

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