Product Comparison: Fitbit Charge vs Garmin Vivofit
- The battery lasts a long time, a year or more.
- Love that I don't have to charge it, comes with a one year battery
- The year long battery is a definite plus compared to the competition.
- After trying several times to make the heart rate monitor to work. It didn't.
- This is a good fitness band but would be better if it monitored your heart rate.
- The design is great and it is very comfortable to wear.
- Good design with stylish look. good one at this price
- t is a cool gadget to track my steps and calories burnt. The design is stylish.
- Simple design and easy to use. Looks and works just as described.
- The strap is of very poor design.
- The band has a bad design and does not close right.
- Digital display is easy to read. Quick access to number of steps, distance walked, time and date.
- I like the display on the Vivofit VERY much - that's why I bought it. I really like having an actual watch with a constant display.
- I like the Garmin because it is water resistant and I don't have to take it off all the time to shower.
- Regarding features, the Vivofit does not have the altimeter to measure stairs
- No vibration, so no alarm in the morning or buzz to tell you to get up and move.
- Backlit display. You cannot see the display in poor or no light.
- Well worth the price if you are interested in steps, calories, distance.
- The sleep tracker helps me to see the quality of sleep I am getting.
- I really like that it can link with the app to help keep track of the calories burned after I enter the calories I have eaten so I can keep better track of my actual calories for the day
- Registers more steps then I take, sleep app is not easy to use
- No alarm if you've met your steps goal (I didn't realize how much I would miss this). If I don't check my steps every day I won't know if I met my goal or not and I can't always remember to do that before I go to bed.