The Garmin Venu 2 straddles the line between smartwatch and running watch remarkably well, balancing essential everyday wellbeing features with advanced workout tracking tools. We’ve only been testing it for a short while so far, and will update this review soon with our full verdict and score, but our early impressions are positive.
Like many modern wearables, the Venu 2 puts a heavy emphasis on wellness, with tools including breathing exercises and all-day stress monitoring reminding you to take care of your mental as well as physical health.
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