Garmin unveiled several wearables at CES 2024, including HRM-Fit. It’s about heart rate sensor for $150. Garmin claims it’s the first device of its kind thanks to its location – it positions itself for a sports bra.
“Whether you’re going for a run or taking a HIIT class, it easily attaches to the understrap of a sports bra and provides accurate heart rate and workout data,” said Susan Lyman, vice president of marketing at Garmin, in a press release. It is compatible with sports bras with medium and high supportincluding selected models from Adidas, Under Armor and others.
HRM-Fit too works with compatible Garmin smartwatches and informs you of your pace, distance and stride length. If you leave the watch at home, the clip-on device can store training data such as calories burned and intensity and load it into the watch when you return.
Other new products from Garmin include Lily 2 smart watch with 35mm metal case. The Lily 2 watch retails for $250, while the watch Lily 2 Classic they are available for $280. Both models are equipped with heart rate monitoring, sleep quality assessment and connected GPS. The Lily 2 smartwatch also offers movement alerts with suggested activities, fitness tracking and a sports app. Only the Lily 2 Classic watch offers Garmin Pay contactless payments.
So does the company improved the application and the Garmin Connect website. Its home page now includes customizable sections like Today’s Activity, Workout Plans, and Focused. This update is now available to beta testers and should be fully rolled out later this year.