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|Watch Crystal Material
|Corning Gorilla Glass 3
|Fits wrists 4.9 to 7.5" / 125 to 190 mm
|1.3 oz / 37.6 g (Watch and Band)
|1.6 x 0.5 x 1.5" / 40.6 x 11.5 x 37 mm
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
|6.3 x 2.8 x 2.7"
|Watch Operating System
|Compatible Operating System
|Heart Rate, Pulse Oximeter
|240 x 240
|1.3" / 3.3 cm
|Yes, with GLONASS
|Not Specified by Manufacturer
|Normal Use: Up to 6 days
GPS: Up to 14
Thanks to Apple and Samsung with their smartwatches sporting vibrant, brilliant touchscreen displays, people have come to look for this type of display on other wearables. Dedicated GPS sports watches tend to focus on data capture accuracy with displays that are visible outside.
Vibrant color LCD display, Responsive touchscreen interface, Low price, Excellent tactile buttons, Advanced health tracking and fitness features
Limited notification support
The Garmin Venu Sq is a well-priced and powerful jack-of-all-trades smartwatch, which cherry picks some of the best features of Garmin, Apple and Fitbit devices. It’s sports tracking focused, but doesn’t hold back in terms of wellness and body insights that cost a lot more elsewhere.
Stress, energy and respiration, Great price, Loads of sports profiles
“This is an excellent health and fitness watch at an affordable price.”
In an interesting contrast to yesterday’s Fitbit Sense review , the Garmin Venu SQ has actually grown on me slightly since I started using it (whereas I got more confused the more I used the Fitbit Sense).
Take the Garmin Venu, replace the OLED with an LCD display, and cut the price nearly in half....
Small, cheap and cheerful, the Garmin Venu Sq is a great Fitbit and Apple Watch alternative fitness watch for people on a tight budget. Being able to access premium Garmin sports features for such a friendly price is a real boon.
Decent battery life, Plenty of performance features..., ... As well as smart ones on board, Snappy touchscreen
No AMOLED display, Small screen, Garmin Connect app is geared towards athletes
The Garmin Venu Sq is a decent all-round performer, and we've not seen a Garmin watch with a color screen at this price point before. The problem is that the screen quality and design is inferior to the more expensive original Venu.
Feature-packed, Light and comfortable to wear, Works with external sensors
Slightly archaic watch UI, Lower quality screen than Venu, Missing altimeter
There’s nothing really new here, but Garmin’s Venu Sq offers solid features and performance at an affordable price
Lightweight and comfortable design, Offline Spotify playback, Appropriately priced
Sleep tracking didn’t work on our review sample, No altimeter, Inferior battery life
The Garmin Venu Sq is a great value for those who want an inexpensive fitness tracker, complete with GPS and long battery life. If you’re looking for one of the best fitness trackers for less than $200, you can’t do better than the Garmin Venu Sq.
Great selection of fitness and health features, Accurate, fast GPS, Great battery life, Good price
Poor app selection, Feels cheap
The Venu Sq is a new approach from Garmin, looking to offer something a little less sporty in looks, while retaining the potency of Garmin's sporting heritage.
Compact design, GPS tracking, Lots of sports tracking, Body Battery for holistic view of fitness and recovery, Good accuracy
Display isn't the best, User interface might be a little too basic
A little confusing at first, but after a few weeks of use I'm really enjoying it. It's good for what I use it for and most data is accurate. I got a replacement band because the band included isn't all that comfortable, but there are plenty of 20 mm quick release available for a decent price.
Comfortable to wear, but the best feature was the super easy auto set-up when I turned it on. I bought it for the heart rate readings. Either I need to read up on how to download heart rate history to print, or maybe this is not a feature. Happy with the encouraging prompts to move.
It's okay. The watch seems to be well built. I am not a runner, so many of the features and add-ons are no use for me
I had a Fitbit before the Garmin. I can honestly say that the Garmin system of doing things is much better at motivating me than Fitbit ever did. The watch is comfortable enough to wear while sleeping.
Functional watch, but the brightness settings kill it for me. Brightness settings are Low, Med, High. However each one is adaptive brightness. Adaptive brightness should be an option, not mandatory.
easy to read screen, bright colors. Monitor vital signs, exercise levels, great for runners
I bought this to replace my fitbit. I've had to replace every fitbit I've owned multiple times each year. The battery life is good, has o2 sensor, hr, the gps works great on it. I'm very happy with this so far, I hope it continues to work great!
Lightweight and does everything you will ever need . Worth the money
Functional watch, but the brightness settings kill it for me.Brightness settings are Low, Med, High. However each one is adaptive brightness. Adaptive brightness should be an option, not mandatory.
This watch is the perfect fit for what I needed to increase my activity and keep me moving.