Garmin Venu 2 review

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Being a huge fan of smartwatches and sports watches, Garmin makes some of the best fitness trackers aimed at easing users to live healthier lives.

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Being a huge fan of smartwatches and sports watches, Garmin makes some of the best fitness trackers aimed at easing users to live healthier lives. When we talk about smartwatches, we always bring up the Apple Watch with thinking of the benefits for daily lives. Fortunately, in April 2021, Garmin announced the Venu 2 and Venu 2S watches are a surpassing alternative to the Apple Watch. It hit the spot with the wearable fitness and health tracker with the promised long battery life and a lively and responsive screen.

In the era of Sports-watches are more puzzling, longer-lasting, big, heavy, and ugly. Though the Venu 2, designed for heavy-duty fitness with GPS, tracks your movement and health data 24/7 via some tools invented to help you. It gives up serious style points in the name of functionality with a gorgeous AMOLED full-color touchscreen which includes an improved heart rate sensor and looks stunning on the wrist.

Garmin Venu 2 Designs

For the past few weeks, I have been surprised using Garmin Venu 2 watch offered me insight into my daily activities. I’ve been jogging, running, bike riding, and walking provides a closer look at what is going on inside your body. I am intrigued to learn the Venu 2 offers an excellent balance between functional and elegancy. There are two sizes to choose from Venu, 2 has a 45mm watch case with a 22mm strap, and the more modest Venu 2S has a 40mm watch case with an 18mm strap.

Garmin knows how to build watches by following customers’ needs with offerings that go a step further.

Garmin Venu 2 and 2S are effectively identical with an equal cost of 400$ includes many same traits. Though, 2S has a somewhat smaller screen and nominally shorter battery life than the Garmin Venu 2.

Garmin promises the Venu 2S should serve around ten days in smartwatch mode with 7 hours in GPS mode with music and 19 hours of power in GPS mode. The Venu 2 lasts almost 11 days in smartwatch mode offers 8 hours in GPS mode with music and 22 hours of GPS.

Notwithstanding their minimalist look, the Venu 2 and 2S watches are durable and designed with a strap is made of structured silicone material for tough workouts.

With the Garmin Venu 2 reviews, here are some features:

  • It comes up with speedy recharging, a battery saver mode, and longer battery time.
  • Fitness age
  • More music room
  • Sleep score with sleep insights
  • Health snapshot
  • This Garmin Elevate V4 optical heart rate sensor
  • HIIT activity profile, intensified strength training movement profile, and graphics Includes two sizes to pick from

Display: The Garmin Venu 2 has a beautifully expressive AMOLED touchscreen with a layout of 1.3-inch 416×416-pixel resolution. However, Venu 2S has a slightly smaller screen with a display of 1.1-inch 360×360-pixel resolution.

Water Resistance: They have a 5 ATM water-resistance rating that can resist a pressure of 5 bar or a water column of 50 meters. So, It would not cause any problem whether you are swimming or showering.

Isn’t this lovely watch that offers offline music support for Amazon, Spotify, Garmin Pay, or Deezer, including preloaded animated workouts and Connects IQ app support. This gadget only understands two small physical buttons located on the top of the case of the watch. Both are present on the right side includes a start/stop button, and long-press will take you a circle of shortcuts for settings and apps. The bottom button is the back button doubles helps in a manual lap/set trigger, and long-pressing will seize you into your settings. The watches have a colorful OLED touchscreen, and the AMOLED screen is guarded by Corning Gorilla Glass 3.

This smartwatch caught my eye with its sharp and clear screen helps me read it even in bright, direct sunlight while running. Nowadays, I wear it in-office meetings, jogging, outdoor games, and just going about my day.

Bella Orwell

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Bella has been writing for seven years centered on quality, peer-reviewed research, and awareness. She owns a B.A. (Hons) Contemporary Writing with Digital Art Practices from the hills of Devon and found her passion for academic and academia writing. Orwell has also written for the print editions in the United States and an author since 2015 while studying new tech skills weekly. She is currently a Professor for the University and writes articles to inspire, motivate, and spread positivity amongst readers. Bella fancies giving too many treats to her dog and reading books in her part-time.

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