Garmin Vivofit2: The Fitness Tracker You’ll Want to Wear Everywhere
If you’ve ever hated how your fitness tracker looked with your favorite outfit| your sartorial troubles may be over. The newest crops of fitness trackers are made to be seen| whether you’re wearing your most low-key workout outfit or tracking your steps while mingling at a cocktail party. First came the Tory Burch offerings from Fitbit| which turned your tracker into wear-with-anything jewelry. And now there’s the last year’s vivofit model with the addition of audible alerts| an activity timer| and a backlight. But the big news for anyone who can’t seem to match tracker with their sleekest Saturday night outfit? Band color options for the new vivofit2 include a rainbow of colors| Jonathan Adler-designed patterns| as well as metallic options in gold| rose gold| and silver| with details like leather straps and watch-like links to boot. If you sometimes want to ditch the sporty look but still want to track your stats| you’ll definitely want to keep your eye out for these fashionable vivofit2 options| some available now and the rest available later this year. Just bought a first-generation vivofit? You’re in luck u2014 certain Jonathan Adler and metallic designs will soon be available for this older model as well.
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The new Garmin vivofit2 ($130) comes in navy| pink| black| or white.
Switch out the included band with a Jonathan Adler + Garmin vivofit2 band ($40 for a pack of three; available by March 2015)
Want something even sleeker? Here are a few metallic options from the Garmin vivofit2 Signature Series (not yet released; available by March 2015).
The Signature Series will include bands made from leather (not shown) and stainless steel.
Or go back to basics with these Garmin vivofit2 band color options ($25 for a pack of three).