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Style and substance Though the Garmin Lily 2 and Lily 2 Classic don't make that many changes from the original, they at least bring back the petite, waterproof, and long-lasting design that you liked the first time.
About time The Garmin Connect app, as it stands today, is an inscrutible labyrinth to navigate. The redesigned Home page puts all of your most important data upfront, so it's easier to find.
New year's resolutions Garmin is the only brand we know of that tracks individual exercise moves like push-ups or deadlifts, with thousands of options. But it doesn't do nearly enough with this concept.
Forerunning forever You know how Strava records which smartwatch uploaded your workout data? Turns out a lot of you really like using the Garmin Forerunner 235, which refuses to die.
Which Venu to get? The Garmin Venu series tempts first-time users with familiar designs and lifestyle tools. Should you pick the affordable or high-end watch?
The two best Do you need the 965's maps, battery boost, larger screen, and extra software, or is the excellent 265 enough for your training?
Same price, different focuses Despite identical prices and similar levels of quality, the Venu 3 and Forerunner 265 cater to very different people.
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