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The family of Garmin Venu 2 and 2S smartwatches.
Garmin

Garmin has just launched its latest pair of smartwatches, the Garmin Venu 2 and Venu 2S, aimed at those who feel Apple Watches and typical Android smartwatches just don’t give enough health and fitness data. Garmin has a seemingly bottomless roster of smartwatches, and most cater to those who train rather than just exercise casually.

The Venu 2 and 2S are both available now for $399 from various retailers, seeming best suited for somewhat serious to moderately serious trainers who want data informed by all of the latest wearable sensors (SpO2, GPS, HR). At the same time, it covers its smartwatch bases quite well with a vibrant AMOLED touchscreen, onboard music storage, smartphone notifications for iPhone and Android devices (including texts you can reply to on Android), and 11-day battery life.

Add in rapid recharging, which gives you a day of smartwatch use from a 10-minute charge (or 1 hour of GPS with music playback) and all of this should add up to quick-and-easy, everyday integration into your life and routines. Garmin wants to help this along with a revamped UI aesthetic to match the sharper, more colorful AMOLED display and a series of new aggregated metrics that explain what all the data it’s gathering actually means for your health.

Features like Fitness Age, Body Battery, stress tracking, and sleep scores aren’t new to Garmin watches (though, Fitness Age is new to the Venu series), but tips to improve your fitness age, as well as sleep tracking and the all-new Health Snapshot are. Using your resting heart rate and BMI (or body fat percentage if you own a Garmin Index Smart Scale), the Venu can approximate your “fitness age” and explain how to impact this within the Garmin Connect companion app.

The Health Snapshot feature takes a more all-encompassing survey of your body’s functions via a two-minute session that records heart rate, heart rate variability (the variation in time between heartbeats, commonly looked at as an indicator of cardiovascular health), blood oxygen levels, respiration, and stress to create a health report, also viewable in the Connect app.

There are also two new activities added to the more than 25 sport-specific tracking modes: HIIT workouts and a more advanced strength-training mode. HIIT tracking will include timers for AMRAP (as many reps as possible), EMOM (every minute on the minute, where a certain number of reps are done in a minute’s time, using leftover time as the only interstitial rest), and Tabata (20 seconds on, 10 seconds off, for four minutes).

Preloaded guided workouts for over 75 workouts can be accessed from your wrist, or create your own from the 1,400+ exercises in the Garmin Connect app.
Enlarge / Preloaded guided workouts for over 75 workouts can be accessed from your wrist, or create your own from the 1,400+ exercises in the Garmin Connect app.
Garmin

Advanced strength training can scale your one-rep max (manually logged) to applicable exercises of your choosing, lat pulldowns to upright rows, for instance, ensuring you’re training efficiently. It also keeps track of your personal records (also manually logged) for barbell back squats, barbell bench presses, barbell deadlifts, barbell upright rows, and overhead barbell presses. When you’re done working out, you can view your PRs, as well as the muscle groups you worked, directly on the watch.

These new modes work with the more than 75 workouts provided by Garmin or any custom workouts you’ve created from the 1,400+ exercises in the Garmin Connect app. Many of the exercises have videos and graphics within the app to explain them, and it displays an image of the activity on the watch while you’re performing it.

From our experience with other Garmin watches, the on-watch graphic hasn’t been the most seamless way to view and complete an exercise—it’s much easier to follow along on a screen detached from your body—but having prompts on your wrist to guide you through the workout, rather than teach you the exercise, proved properly useful. Like most of Garmin’s watches, you can also enable Garmin Coach to help you train for a 5K, 10K, or half marathon with tailored, dynamic coaching to keep you on a safe and effective pace for your goals.

All the basics and then some

As far as your usual broad-range activity tracking, you’re well-covered on the Venu 2/2S with GPS, blood oxygen monitor, and a heart rate sensor, as well as an altimeter, compass, and gyroscope for more outdoors-y adventures. Speaking of which, the Venu 2/2S still has access to the company’s Livetrack feature for friends and family to check up on you during hikes, runs, and other outdoor activities, as well as automatic incident detection (and a manual trigger), which can alert emergency contacts with your real-time location.

And, of course, if all’s going to plan on your adventures, you can pair up some headphones and enjoy the motivating or calming effect of up to 650 songs stored on your wrist, as well as playlists saved from Spotify, Amazon Music, and Deezer. There’s no cellular connection built in, so if you want to stream music then you’ll have to bring your phone.

The Venu 2S is 5ATM water-resistant and comes with a 1.1-inch AMOLED display, surrounded by a stainless-steel bezel in either gold, silver, rose gold, or black, with silicone bands in beige, gray, white, or black, respectively. The Venu 2 is a bit larger at 1.3 inches and either comes with a navy or black silicone band and silver or black bezels for each. Both selling for $399.99, they graze Apple Watch pricing, but if you’re serious about your training, Garmin’s watches have proven they’re worth a look.

Lifestyle photo of Fitbit Luxe.
Enlarge / Lifestyle photo of Fitbit Luxe.
Fitbit

Fitbit has just announced its first fashion-focused, bangle-style tracker—the Fitbit Luxe. True to its luxurious name, the stainless-steel Luxe will come in a $200 special edition, styled with gorjana jewelry as its band (coming in June) but the $150 silicon band version is available for pre-order now.

Both will come with six months of the Fitbit Premium membership (usually $10 a month or $80 per year), which affords users some guided fitness programs, over 200 workout videos, deeper sleep analysis, about 60 nutrition articles and recipes, and other resources to learn about and improve health and wellness. Of course, getting people healthier has always been the name of the game for Fitbit, so with the Luxe, the company is attempting to strike a better balance between style, price, and casual activity tracking.

Sporting a color touchscreen, the Luxe is the company’s first fitness band, not smartwatch, to add this bit of flair and functionality. You can swipe through your latest activity metrics, notifications from your phone (you can receive texts, calls, emails, etc. but cannot reply to them on the band), stress stats, menstrual cycle information, or do guided breath work and start tracking a workout.

The Luxe tracks sleep, offers more than 20 different exercises (some automatically), and boasts 5ATM waterproof resistance for use during swims. If you want GPS tracking, you’ll need to bring your phone along, though, as the Luxe doesn’t have GPS built in. Otherwise, the heart rate monitor, blood oxygen sensor (functionality “coming soon”), gyroscope, and accelerometer will do the rest for your fitness-tracking needs. Skin temperature sensors also help measure your stress levels, along with data from your breathing rate and heart rate variability.

All of this is used to provide context for your fitness, whether it be through measuring your activity minutes for the week, seeing if you’re hitting recommended goals, or letting you know your stress levels and offering you guided meditations from Deepak Chopra, among others, to impact it. The Luxe introduces deeper insights into this with seven-day trends that were previously reserved for Fitbit Premium members, and subscribers will still get longer 30-day trend reports. Logging other health metrics manually, like blood glucose, in the Fitbit app is an option, and such metrics will then be included in your reports.

Like almost every Fitbit, the Luxe is rated for multi-day battery life, up to five days. This should help facilitate its endeavor to be worn casually and not thought about daily. With its light fitness character (perhaps more accurately described as “wellness”-focused), the Luxe is aimed at taking care of the basics and doing so stylishly. It’s not the tracker you’ll want to train with for a half-marathon, but its standard-level activity tracking paired with Fitbit’s well-organized app and wellness insights therein should be enough to satisfy those looking for a more “set it and forget it” (and then check in on and learn from it from time to time) approach to wellness tracking.

If that’s right up your alley, then all you have to do is forget that it looks like a medical bracelet (a very fancy one, especially with optional gorjana metal and leather bracelet-styled bands) and place a preorder on Fitbit’s website. Orders start shipping “this spring” for the Luxe and in June for the Luxe Special Edition.