Garmin Vivomove 3S Sport - Gold/Pink - 39mm

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39mm - Sport - Gold/Pink
Garmin Vivomove 3S Sport - Gold/Pink - 39mm
Garmin Vivomove 3S Sport - Rose Gold/Beige - 39mm
Garmin Vivomove 3S Sport - Rose Gold/Blue - 39mm
Garmin Vivomove 3S Sport - Silver/Dark Blue - 39mm
Garmin Vivomove 3 Sport - Black - 44mm
Garmin Vivomove Style - Rose Gold/White - 42mm
Garmin Vivomove Style - Silver/Green - 42mm
Garmin Vivomove Style - Gold/Pink - 42mm
Garmin Vivomove Style - Dark Gray - 42mm

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Product information

Key specs

Compatible with operating system
Android, iOS
Shows smartphone messages
Yes
Phone calls via watch possible
No
Type of heart rate measurement
Optical heart rate measurement
Water resistance
Waterproof

Pros and cons

According to our smartwatch expert
  • Connect the GPS of your smartphone to register your route.
  • With the integrated heart rate sensor, you can measure your heart rate via your wrist.
  • The watch counts how many calories you burn, so you can adjust your food accordingly.
  • You can't make contactless payments with this watch, like you can with the Garmin Vivomove Style.
  • The watch case is relatively small with a diameter of 39mm.
  • Garmin isn't compatible with all Huawei smartphones.
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Description

With the hybrid Garmin Vivomove 3S Sport on your wrist, you can see messages and notifications on your smartphone as they come in. At first glance, you won't notice that the watch has smart functions. You can make the touchscreen appear by swiping left or right. You'll be able to see your heart rate, stress level, and energy level. Is your body energy low or are you stressed? You'll know you have to take it easy. If you want to on a run, you can connect the watch to your phone via GPS to track your route, speed, and distance. The Vivomove Sport doesn't support Garmin Pay, so you can't use it to make contactless payments. Do you want to do that? Then look at the extensive Vivomove Style. This model also has a scratch-free color screen.

Note: a charger adapter isn't included. Do you want to charge the watch via a socket? If so, order a charger adapter separately.

With the hybrid Garmin Vivomove 3S Sport on your wrist, you can see messages and notifications on your smartphone as they come in. At first glance, you won't notice that the watch has smart functions. You can make the touchscreen appear by swiping left or right. You'll be able to see your heart rate, stress level, and energy level. Is your body energy low or are you stressed? You'll know you have to take it easy. If you want to on a run, you can connect the watch to your phone via GPS to track your route, speed, and distance. The Vivomove Sport doesn't support Garmin Pay, so you can't use it to make contactless payments. Do you want to do that? Then look at the extensive Vivomove Style. This model also has a scratch-free color screen.

Note: a charger adapter isn't included. Do you want to charge the watch via a socket? If so, order a charger adapter separately.


Included by default

  • Manual (1.89 MB)
  • USB-A charging cable (excluding adapter)
  • Watch strap (wrist circumference 11 - 17.5cm)

Included by default

  • Manual (1.89 MB)
  • USB-A charging cable (excluding adapter)
  • Watch strap (wrist circumference 11 - 17.5cm)

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Key specs

Compatible with operating system
Android, iOS
Shows smartphone messages
Yes
Phone calls via watch possible
No
Type of heart rate measurement
Optical heart rate measurement
Water resistance
Waterproof

Reviews

Most helpful reviews

  • 4.5 / 5 stars
    8,7/10
    Good and nice watch

    Liesbeth Jongkind | 8 December 2019 | In the version: 42mm - Style - Rosé/White - Contactless payment | Automatically translated from Dutch

    • Beautiful and comfortable
    • Really nice to get so much biofeedback
    • Stimulates both movement and relaxation
    • Works well with phone GPS
    • the measurements are not super accurate

    I've had this watch for five days now. I had bought it to keep track of how much I walked and how well I slept. The steps count, of course, although I am sometimes surprised at the outcome. The sleep functions (including number of breaths per minute and oxygen level in your blood) are informative but suggest more exactness than I think is the case. But what turns out to be really useful is the "body battery" that sort of keeps track of how much energy you spend and build up. Here too you have to look through your eyelashes a bit, but I find it amazing how such a graph encourages me to sometimes take it easy and take breaks. And how it provides insight into the activities that my body (the watch looks at, among other things, Heart Rate Variability, HRV, a measure of the functioning of the autonomic nervous system) shows that they are tiring for me. And that during the day I already see that I have to build in rest so that I don't run out of energy well before bedtime. And whether I have replenished the energy supply at night.

    Liesbeth Jongkind | 8 December 2019 | In the version: 42mm - Style - Rosé/White - Contactless payment | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 4 / 5 stars
    7,7/10
    Nice watch but it's not finished yet

    Jan | 19 July 2020 | In the version: 42mm - Style - Silver/Green - Contactless payment | Automatically translated from Dutch

    • A real watch
    • Bluetooth
    • Connected GPS
    • No pause function
    • Hard to read in daylight (OLED part)

    Bought the watch because of the looks and the functions it offers in the field of (sports) activities. What stands out after a few days: It is difficult to read outside. It does not have a long pause function. So a bike ride with a drink on the way is not possible. You will not see a continuous activity, that bicycle tour, not a map overview. It regularly loses my connection to my IPhone 11, turning Bluetooth on and off solves this problem. It doesn't have GPS but uses my phone's GPS. It has now occurred 3 times that the distance traveled has not been recorded. I'm still debating whether to return it or wait for new firmware releases. I am not the only one with this problem. The GARMIN forum is full of them. But as an activity tracker with the looks of a watch, it is perfect.

    Jan | 19 July 2020 | In the version: 42mm - Style - Silver/Green - Contactless payment | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 3.5 / 5 stars
    7,3/10
    Nice watch, nice technique but not a nice sports watch

    Gijs Boeren | 12 January 2020 | In the version: 44mm - Sport - Black | Automatically translated from Dutch

    • Design, looks nice on the wrist
    • All functionalities in combination with Garmin Connect
    • Nice wearing comfort, fits nicely on the wrist
    • Difficult to read digital screen, small and blurry
    • Digital screen too small to read data during exercise
    • Limited settings to receive phone notifications: all or nothing
    • Touch responds poorly to 'tapping' to initiate activity

    The watch looks beautiful. Finally a sports watch with a more classic look and 'normal' hands. One of the main reasons for me to choose the Garmin. The technique is also very special, the rotating hands and the touchscreen. The first impression was very good.

    However, the ease of use leaves much to be desired. The digital display is not completely sharp and is therefore difficult to read. It is also too small to fully display messages, data or other information. You always have to scroll to read something.

    While running it was completely impossible to read the data (the Garmin does provide this). I always want to be able to check the split times and/or speed per kilometer.

    Double tapping the touchscreen to start or stop an activity worked poorly. I often had to tap for a long time after an activity before the Garmin responded (which in turn had a negative influence on my averages).

    Gijs Boeren | 12 January 2020 | In the version: 44mm - Sport - Black | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 4 / 5 stars
    8,0/10
    Stylish watch with many possibilities
    • Beautiful design
    • You can pay with it
    • Battery life

    A fine watch. You can do a lot with it, including paying which I really like. It does need to be charged a little more often than I was used to with my Fitbit.

    Titia | 29 March 2020 | In the version: 42mm - Style - Silver/Green - Contactless payment | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 4.5 / 5 stars
    9,0/10
    price-quality simply top from Garmin
    • compared to the older generation of Garmin sports watches (forerunner 320 etc), this device is equivalent in terms of sports measurements
    • the design and ease of use are the pluses that you get
    • sleep analysis is a lifestyle eye opener
    • PulseOx measurement sometimes takes a long time, but that is to be expected in this price category. It is important that the measurement is correct (frequently tested compared to a medical saturation meter)

    I was looking for a replacement for the classic sports watch, with the possibility of collecting health data. With this watch (after a lot of research) I found it. Other smartwatches may be able to do more, but let's be honest, how many of those features do you actually use?

    Joppe Wils | 29 January 2021 | In the version: 39mm - Sport - Silver/Blue | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 5 / 5 stars
    10/10
    Supper battery, digital readout option on mobile phone/ipad.

    Battery life, digital readout option on mobile phone/ipad.

    D wim | 12 May 2020 | In the version: 39mm - Sport - Rose Gold/Beige | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 4.5 / 5 stars
    9,3/10
    Good fitness tracker and a nice watch
    • Beautiful watch that you can't tell is a smartwatch
    • Garmin connect collects a lot of data that you can view clearly on the app and website
    • Makes me more active
    • Beautiful watch that can do everything an (ugly) fitness tracker can do
    • Very comfortable to wear

    The vivomove style is very comfortable to wear and is in itself a beautiful watch to wear. If you like your activity tracker like heart rate, steps, oxygen and distance but don't want an ugly fitness tracker, this is the best middle ground.

    Jorrit van Gelder | 30 June 2020 | In the version: 42mm - Style - Dark Gray - Contactless payment | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 4 / 5 stars
    8,0/10
    Nice to see and many possibilities.
    • I think it's a very nice regular watch.
    • I can count steps and stairs.
    • Strap a bit sweaty (silicone)
    • Visibility OLED screen in day/sunlight
    • You can set a lot, but it takes quite a bit of time
    • I find it a bit restless when I'm asked to take a break when I'm already sitting quietly
    • Doesn't always recognize movement well
    • Rarely do I walk up and down stairs as much as I do, while I really don't jump out the window

    Nice to see, many possibilities. But it does take some time to set everything up to your liking.

    Renate van der Priem | 29 October 2020 | In the version: 39mm - Sport - Silver/Blue | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 4 / 5 stars
    8,3/10
    Beautiful, elegant smartwatch, also for sunny weather
    • Hybrid smart watch, so analog dial so you know the time even in bright sunlight
    • Very sleek and elegant design
    • Light weight
    • Pretty thin for a smartwatch, not "bulky"
    • Watch continues to work if the battery for the Smart Functions is already empty
    • Garmin app only works with active internet connection
    • Double tap takes some getting used to
    • Battery life usually doesn't make it to 7 days in practice

    Nice watch, sturdy glass, very satisfied! Surprisingly accurate heart rate measurement.
    It is a Hybrid Smartwatch, so with an analog dial. I think this is a huge advantage because I have bad experience with smartwatches that only show the time if you turn your wrist in the right way and if the sun is not too bright.
    The "double tap" takes some effort to master; this is also widely complained about on internet forums. The trick is that Garmin probably uses a different (motion) sensor than the touchscreen to "wake up" the watch (to save power): you have to give it a strict tap, but then it works fine .

    Jasper | 20 April 2021 | In the version: 42mm - Style - Dark Gray - Contactless payment | Automatically translated from Dutch