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|Watch Case Size
|Water Resistance Depth
|5 ATM (Pressure Equivalent to 164' / 49.99 m)
|Accelerometer, Barometer (Altimeter), Compass, Gyroscope, Optical Heart Rate
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
|4 x 3.9 x 3.9"
|1.63 oz / 46.3 g
|1.7 x 1.7 x 0.49" / 43.2 x 43.2 x 12.4 mm
|390 x 390
|1.2" / 30.5 mm
|Watch Crystal Material
|Corning Gorilla Glass 3
|GPS, GLONASS, Galileo
|Estimated Battery Life
|5 Days (Smartwatch Mode)
6 Hours (GPS and Music On)
|4.9 to 7.5" / 125 to 190 mm
If you're looking for a true smartwatch with a colour screen that can outlast the Apple Watch, the Venu is your answer.
Bright and sharp display, Plenty of sports tracking features, Solid battery life
Design a little uninspiring, Shorter battery life in always-on mode, Garmin Connect still a bit overwhelming
The Garmin Venu can't compete with more established smartwatches like the Apple Watch Series 5 or Fossil Gen 5, but it has a leg up in fitness tracking. In fact, it's one of the best (if not THE best) multisport watches you can buy right now.
Crisp OLED screen with an always-on display Garmin Pay support is convenient Music storage is standard 5-day battery life Unique breathwork exercises Accurate fitness and health tracking Useful and accurate sleep tracking
Touchscreen can be finicky High price
The Venu’s screen is Garmin’s best, but it’s not enough to recommend it over its cheaper stablemates
The always-on AMOLED screen is bright and easy to see in all conditions, and it hasn’t had too much of an effect on battery life – I got three or four days out of a charge., You get the usual excellent Garmin sports tracking, and the guided strength, yoga and Pilates workouts with animations are...
The smart features are limited, with Garmin Pay having only one UK high street bank partnered and the ConnectIQ app store lacking apps beyond extra watch faces and data screens for sports.
After three months of usage, I have little question that this display type is the future of Garmin wearables. Not all wearables, not immediately anyway – but certainly the future for sure. Battery tech and display tech moves so fast.
The Garmin Venu is available now for $399.99 in four different colors with one size, 43mm. Available color options include slate stainless steel bezel with black case, rose gold stainless steel bezel with light sand case, silver stainless steel bezel with granite blue case, and gold stainless steel...
Lovely AMOLED display, Responsive touchscreen interface, Advanced health tracking and fitness features, High quality materials, fit, and finish, Offline music and Garmin Pay support, Animated workouts
Battery life bit shorter due to AMOLED display
The screen and sports-tracking features are impressive, but the Venu lacks the smarts to really compete with the Apple Watch
Vibrant, always-on AMOLED screen, Music playback with Spotify support, Guided workouts with animations
Shorter battery life than other Garmin watches, Same features as Vivoactive 4, Limited app store
The Garmin Venu is a big improvement on the Vivoactive 3 and the beautifully crisp and vibrant AMOLED display puts it well ahead of the Vivoactive 4. If you’re looking for an attractive 24/7 watch to manage your overall wellness and help you hit fitness goals, this is one of the best around.
Beautiful AMOLED screen, Still impressive 5-day battery life, New breathing and respiration tools, Accurate heart rate and GPS
It's Garmin's first real attempt at an Apple Watch rival and the Venu is also the company’s first smartwatch to feature an AMOLED screen.
Best-in-class fitness tracking, Up to 5-day battery life, Bright AMOLED display
High asking price, Too similar to the Vivoactive 4
While it’s not the best wearable on the market right now, Garmin Venu is based on a combination of smartwatch capabilities and activity tracking features that’s really hard to beat.
The most important thing about the Garmin Venu is that it exists—Garmin finally made a wearable with an AMOLED display that can stand up to other all-purpose smartwatches. It has been a long time coming, and I honestly was never sure if Garmin would make a device like that.
Bold and bright AMOLED display., Music storage and NFC come standard., Comprehensive activity, sleep, and workout tracking., Optional all-day pulse ox., Great battery life, even in always-on display mode.
Only one case size., Limited live watch faces., On-screen animations not available for premade workouts., Garmin Connect downloads remain sluggish., No optional LTE., Garmin's software doesn't make use of the AMOLED screen as much as it should.
For running this is fantastic. The GPS works brilliantly. The health information could be presented better however
GPS not working on the watch even after speaking with Garmin about troubleshooting. Very disappointed.
Replaced my vivoactive hr and I couldn't be happier. Great display and new features make this a more useful tool.
Great buy, very lightweight and comfortable to wear.
I love the amoled display of this watch, battery last for five days. Very pleased with my purchased
Looked at other models before committing to this purchase and I couldn’t have made a better choice. This does more than what I use, or will ever need. It encourages more activity, and tells you when you’re stressed. It really does, told me twice already. A choice of displays in vibrant colours.
I bought this Venu to track health, and I planned on using my more expensive Garmin for tracking activities. But I'm so impressed with the Venu, the screen is fantastic, it looks smart, and it reports on so much data - I've yet to take it off. Highly recommend to all Garmin fans.
After having had both Garmin watches and Apple watch this is a great combination of the two. The functionality and battery life of a garmin with the addition of music player and other fancy smart watch functions.