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Garmin Venu Granite Blue, Smartwatch, GPS, AMOLED

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  • Smartwatch with Bright and Colorful AMOLED Display
  • Measure your stress level and sleep habits
  • Built-in training apps for running, ironing training, yoga, golf etc.
  • Animated training exercises with instructions directly in the watch
  • Listen to music wirelessly from Spotify, Deezer and Amazon Music
  • Pay Contactless with Garmin Pay
  • Up to 5 days of battery life

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  • Batteries ‏ : ‎ 1 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)
  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ No
  • Product Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 4.32 x 1.24 x 4.32 cm; 46.3 Grams
  • Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ Garmin
  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B07VXR53YJ
  • Item model number ‏ : ‎ 010-02173-02
  • Country of origin ‏ : ‎ Taiwan
  • Department ‏ : ‎ Unisex-Adult
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4.0 out of 5 stars UPDATE: Gut, aber viel Luft nach oben!
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4.0 out of 5 stars UPDATE: Gut, aber viel Luft nach oben!
Reviewed in Germany 🇩🇪 on 11 October 2019
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Soooooo. Wir zwei haben nun eine ganze Weile miteinander verbracht. Sonst habe ich sehr gern meine Samsung Galaxy Watch getragen. Und? Ich habe mehrere Monate komplett drauf verzichtet. Das lag vor allem aber daran, dass mir der Smartwatch-Anteil eine lange Zeit nicht fehlte. Da überwog einfach der Wunsch nach einem Fitnesstracker. Der Bereich ist hier für mich auch weiterhin einfach überragend. Der Plan zum Joggen passt sich immer wieder individuell an und ist höflich zu mir, wenn mich dann doch mal über Wochen die Faulheit am Sofa festhält. Erstaunlicherweise funktioniert das Tracken hier tadellos und irgendwie scheinen die Satelliten sonst einen relativ großen Bogen um unser Gebiet zu machen. 😉 Zwischenzeitlich war ich für einige Wochen zu meiner Galaxy Watch zurückgekehrt. Warum? Hier ist einfach das Aufladen zu nervig. Man muss dies zwar selten machen, muss dann aber bei bedarf ein Kabel an der Rückseite reinfriemeln, welches in meinen Augen dazu viel zu kurz ist. Jedes Mal krieche ich dafür halb hinters Sofa, da es auf der Armlehne nicht liegen bleiben möchte. Mittlerweile bin ich wieder bei der Garmin, das Wetter passt und der Bewegungsdrang ist wieder da.
Wer keine Smartwatch sucht, sondern einen Fitnesstracker, der ist hier absolut richtig! Auch nach längerer Nutzung und so einigen Updates würde ich diese Uhr noch immer nicht als Smartwatch bezeichnen. Nicht sehr smart aber viel watch und noch mehr Fitnesstracker.

Ursprüngliche Rezension:

Dies ist nicht meine erste Smartwatch. Recht zu Beginn bin ich 2014 mit der Moto360 von Motorola eingestiegen und dann 2016 auf die Moto360 2nd Gen. umgestiegen. Bei der Motorola war ich von Beginn an sehr begeistert vom Betriebssystem. Die Uhr war zwar nicht sehr eigenständig, hat jedoch alles gespiegelt, was auf dem Handy passierte. Nur leider hat Motorola nie ein schönes Design geschaffen und so bin ich dann 2018 auf die Samsung Galaxy Watch umgestiegen. Hier gabs dann eine wirklich großartige Optik, aber eine sehr begrenzte Funktionalität als Spiegel des Handys. Die Abteilung Sport war bei der Galaxy Watch schon recht ausgeprägt, nur leider hatte die Uhr bei mir beim Joggen immer Probleme mit dem GPS. Und nun? Eine Smartwatch von Garmin, die schon in der Werbung ein brillantes Display verspricht und noch dazu aussieht wie eine normale Uhr? Na dann mal los! 😉

Diese Rezension wird vorlaufend weiterentwickelt, da die Uhr erst mit der Zeit zeigen wird, was sie alles kann.

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Die Uhr hat ein recht schlichtes Design und erinnert mich stark an die Samsung Galaxy Watch. Sie besteht komplett aus Plastik und hat eine optisch abgesetzte Lünette. Das Display ist leicht erhaben, was in meinen Augen der Garant dafür ist, dass man damit früher oder später irgendwo hängen bleibt und so ein Sprung droht. Ich habe mir jedoch bereits eine Schutzfolie bestellt und hoffe, dass so Schlimmeres verhindert wird. Das mitgelieferte Armband ist aus Gummi und riecht recht stark, lässt sich jedoch sehr simpel gegen ein anderes Armband tauschen. Rechts am Gehäuse befinden sich zwei Knöpfe.
Im Vergleich zu anderen Smartwatches ist dieses Model doch recht leicht.
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Direkt von Anfang an zeigt sich, wofür diese Uhr eigentlich gedacht ist. Für mich zeigt sich diese Smartwatch weniger als Smartwatch, denn eher als Fitnesstracker. Es mag sein, dass ich in den Einstellungen noch nicht das Richtige gefunden habe, aber die Benachrichtigung vom Handy funktioniert entweder stark verzögert oder gar nicht.
-Wecker – Ich habe einen leichten Schlaf und habe mich bei meiner Galaxy Watch daran gewöhnt, mich lediglich mittels Vibrationsalarm morgens wecken zu lassen. Dies funktioniert auch mit diesem Model wirklich großartig.
-Werte im Alltag checken – Die Uhr konzentriert sich den ganzen Tag auf meine Bewegungsabläufe, Puls, gelaufene Schritte und lustigerweise auch mein Stresslevel. Erstaunlicherweise macht sie das auch wirklich gut. So bekam ich in einer mehr als nervenaufreibenden Vorlesung plötzlich die Info „Ihr Stresslevel ist zu hoch“. Das spiegelte in dem Moment genau mein Gefühl wieder! 😉
-Sport – Das werde ich die Tage auf jeden Fall testen. Bei schlechtem Wetter finde ich einfach zu viele Ausreden.

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Der Akku macht bislang einen sehr guten Eindruck. Nicht wie bei anderen Smartwatches, muss diese Uhr nicht jeden Abend auf die Station. Da sind wir aber schon bei einem Problem. Statt die Uhr einfach auf eine Ladestation zu legen, darf man bei diesem Gerät einen Stecker in die Uhr frickeln, in meinen Augen nicht sehr zeitgemäß, das geht auf jeden Fall besser!
Des Weiteren zeigt diese Uhr teilweise eine doch recht schwache Performance. Die Smartwatch verliert immer wieder die Verbindung zum Handy oder es wird mir auf dem Handy eine Fehlermeldung angezeigt, dass die Android Benachrichtigung beendet wurde, was jedes Mal den Neustart meines Handys verlangt. Auch scheint der RAM-Speicher bei dieser Uhr nicht ausreichend zu sein, so wirkt die Bedienung oft ruckelig und es treten Latenzprobleme auf. Das Touchdisplay ist nicht sehr sensibel und so darf man öfter mehrmals wischen, ehe man das gewünschte Ergebnis erzielt. Ein kleiner Tipp am Rande. Nicht die App „Sleep with Android“ runterladen. Bei dieser App stürzt bei mir die Uhr jedes Mal ab und wünscht einen Neustart.
Alles in Allem ist die Menüführung nicht sehr intuitiv, nicht innovativ und arg ruckelig. Die Smartwatch läuft ordentlich, da ist jedoch noch sehr viel Luft nach Oben.

Ich hoffe, meine Rezension war Ihnen behilflich. 😊 Vielen Dank für's Lesen.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Garmin at its best plus a AMOLED screen = the perfect device for monitoring health and performance
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5.0 out of 5 stars Garmin at its best plus a AMOLED screen = the perfect device for monitoring health and performance
Reviewed in the United Kingdom 🇬🇧 on 4 November 2019
Overview
I have long been a loyal user of running watches produced by Garmin and my most recent (and previously much loved) watch is this Garmin Vivo Active 3. I have also road tested the Polar Vantage M, the Polar Ignite recently and now this new Garmin Venu. I typically run 50km to 60km per week (combination of trails and on road) and also use the watches for multi-sports such as weight training, spinning etc. My review below contains the detail but in summary I absolutely love this watch, its functionality and its high quality screen are exactly what was needed in this now quite crowded sports/activity tracking watch area. When combined with the Garmin app you really do have a 5* product which will help with monitoring health and performance.

Set Up:
- You can set up the watch with or without the Garmin App. It is recommended to use the app and therefore I did (I also love analyising my fitness data so a watch which isn’t syncing with an app is no fun for me).
- The watch was easy to set up and both the watch and App were intuitive to use.

Charging
- The watch arrived with 52% battery power. It comes with a USB charger (note: no mains plug, you will either need to charge via a laptop or a mains to USB charger). The watch attaches to the charger via an each magnetic connection.
- The watch went from out of box to being 100% charged in less than 1 hour (via mains).
- The charger is a small clip in which attaches to the back of the watch. It attaches easily (it is the same connector as the Vivoactive, a watch with which I have had no charging mishaps in the past and therefore seems to be a robust and reliable system).

Aesthetics, general wearability and day to day use
- The Garmin Venu looks very good on my wrist, it is a nice size for day to day wear (it is slightly deeper than the Vivoactive 3 but the screen size is about the same size).
- It is light and as a result it was easy to forget I was wearing it. It is only 46g (3g heavier than the Vivoactive 3)
- The strap is soft and pliable (other running watches such as the the cheaper Polar watches have quite stiff straps).

Ease of Operation:
- The watch is operated largely by touch screen (there are two buttons on the side of the watch, one which starts/stops activities and can be used a a selector button, the other which is mainly used to access the main menu/settings). I really like the intuitive and easy to use touch screen ability – it feels modern and up to date but more importantly it is very quick to navigate.
- To start training you select the top button on the device and then scroll to find the activity you want to start. You can set the watch up so your most frequently used activities are listed up front for a quick start. There are many pre-programmed activities but I have mainly used the running (outdoors), treadmill running, indoor cycling and strength training activities.
- The activity is paused by pressing the same button and then the touch screen gives end and save options. I have found that the watch is quicker to start/stop/change activities than the Vivoactive 3 is.

GPS log on
- There is nothing more frustrating then your watch taking a long time to log onto the GPS signal when you just want to start running, I was concerned about this having read other reviews of this watch.
- I had no siginifcant issues with the GPS link up. I have used the watch in a small town, a city, at the start of many races and in the countryside when trail running and the GPS log on was adequate in all locations (usually almost immediate but on rare and more frustrating occasions up to 1 minute).
- It is worth noting that the Polar watch I have road tested often found GPS signal before the Garmin watches when I wear them side by side.

Activities/Running/Distance Accuracy/GPS
- As a runner this is what is most important to me.
- The outdoor running accuracy appears to be incredibly good. IMy Vivoactive 3 has matched (with very small tolerances) with official race measured distances in anything from 5km to 30km races. When I tested this Venu vs the Vivoactive 3 (wearing both on the same two runs) they measured almost exactly the same.
- On set up I selected automatic pause so when I stop running, for example at traffic lights, the device automatically pauses and then restarts tracking once I am running again. This feature worked well.
- I like the strength training rep counter although I don’t always use it (unless I am wanting to deliberately slow down my work rate)

Data screens
- Along side the accuracy of data the availability of data whilst running is important to me.
- Each data screen can hold 4 pieces of data (e.g. pace, distance, time etc.).
- You can customise what data you have via the app.
- The data was easy to see whilst running and gave me the information I needed to monitor and improve my performance.

Display
- The display graphics on the Venu and amazing compared to the Vivoactive 3, I am hugely surprised by the improvement. I have photographed the two watches side by side, the Venu on the top is so much better than the Vivoactive 3. It also looks much more modern in terms of what is displayed on the screen, the layout etc.
- I really enjoy the fact that you can customise what data you have on your standard watch screen. I have mine set up to show digital time, date and step count. It did take a bit of time to work out how to do this but worth it once you have it working in the way you want it to.

Interaction with other devices and apps
- In common with all runners I know I like to be able to analyse my running data and look at details such as my heart rate, pace and so on over the course of a run.
- The Venu uses the Garmin Connect app to do this (note you can have more than one Garmin device paired up with the app on your phone). The watch is quick to syncronise and does this itself after activities. It can also be forced via the app.
- The have my Garmin App (and therefore the watch data) also syncronised to MyFitnessPal so that my calories burnt are sent over to MFP and calories consumed are sent from MFP to the Garmin (watch and app).

As a training aide
- Being able to pre-program workouts before setting off makes for much easier interval training.
- I use the Garmin to write a training plan with specific work-outs (e.g. interval training) and these then become available in the watch on syncing the two together.
- The data you get on the watch at the end of the run is not that extensive (the Polar watch may be better for you if you want this on the watch) but the data in the app is extensive and useful for a post race or run postmortem.

Battery life
- The battery life on the Venu is very good, but outperformed by the Polar by about 10% when both had the same features engaged (e.g. continuous heart rate monitoring). The increased screen quality is however worth the impact on battery life!
- As part of my testing I charged it up and took the Venu out for a 3 hour trail jaunt, using GPS the whole time. I came back with just under 50% battery so happy enough with that and it ties into the 6 hours of GPS usage battery claim.

Garmin App
- The Garmin Connect App is what takes this watch from a very good 4* product to a 5* watch for me.
- It is a real life tracker. I track my weight (and my BMI which is automatically tracks), my steps, my menstrual cycle, my calories in (and out, via a link up with MFP), I analyse my run and race results, set and monitor step (and other activity) goals – I must look at the App on average 10 times per day.
- The App is easy to use, intuitive and I honestly believe it has contributed to me developing an even healthier lifestyle.
- The app is the reason why I can’t see myself moving away from Garmin when I need my next running watch/activity tracker.
- As an aside I find the 24/7 heart rate monitoring offered by Garmin devices to be incredibly helpful. I normally can work out I am going down will and illness about 12 hours before hand because of my slightly raised resting heart rate etc.

Other features
- The ‘sleep’ feature ion the Venu is more accurate than on the Vivoactive 3 which seems to think I’m asleep from the minute I get into bed and start reading until I get up in the morning.
- I had the watch paired with my phone all day via the Garmin Connect app so I could receive message etc. notifications – a useful function but it does drain the battery more quickly.

In summary the Garmin Venu is an amazing watch supported by a brilliant app and I would not hesitate to recommend it.

Update 9th July 2021: After almost 2 years of daily usage, this watch has suddenly encountered a problem where it no longer charges up. I've tried various cables and chargers which work fine on other Garmin watches. After contacting Garmin customer services, they immediately acknowledged the problem and will take back the watch and send a refurbished replacement. This has now been posted back now. So far, first impressions of customer service is very impressive. I will update once matter is resolved.

Update 14th July 2021: The refurbished replacement has arrived today, and as far as I can see, it's a in as good as new condition everything seems to work just fine including charging! setting it up was a breeze, just sync up to your phone app and all the settings are transferred across and all ready to go with minimum fuss. Impressive customer service!
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2.0 out of 5 stars Unreliable display behaviour
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5.0 out of 5 stars Ich bin voll und ganz überzeugt
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1.0 out of 5 stars Ok hardware - terrible software.
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