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Garmin Lily GPS Fitness Smartwatch w/ Silicone Band

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Garmin Lily GPS Fitness Smartwatch w/ Silicone Band is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 68.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very disappointed Could not connect to my iPhone. It says connected to my iPad but it would not allow me to access the menu on the watch. I plug in back in to reset it than both my iPhone and iPad say they can’t find the watch. I reset all several times without success. Tapped the One star because it looks cute.
Date published: 2021-06-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from cute design and so smart i got this as a gift and it is the best gift ever i receive
Date published: 2021-05-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Wanted to Like Cute, but just didn't seem worth the price. The strap was flimsy and the instructions were not very clear. Sent this one back. Sorry.
Date published: 2021-05-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great features It’s only a few days with this new to me Garmin Lilly ..My nurse and I are Impressed so far..I’m still in medical recovery & still learning , it’s a great motivator to improve my self as , yes I can do this ..
Date published: 2021-05-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love this Watch! Stylish and Useful. I have been using this watch for a week and I love it! I needed something that would show me my stats while exercising outside and this watch does that and more. I love how stylish it looks on my petite hand.
Date published: 2021-05-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The watch is really easy to use. The watch is really easy to use. The help features in the app help you through all of the things this watch can do. I love the look and the functions, where other fitness trackers are a bit difficult and blocky.
Date published: 2021-05-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love it! Feels like it was made for my wrist. I can’t say enough how excited I am that someone finally made a smart fitness watch for people with tiny wrists! I’ve been wearing watches from a big-name competing brand for years, but it’s always bugged me how bulky they look on my arm. So when it felt like time for a change, I just had to try the Lily! And I’m so glad I did. I absolutely adore it. Here’s my quick list of pros and cons after a couple of weeks of wearing it: Pros: - GORGEOUS. I can’t stop staring at the beautiful pattern on the lens. I feel like I’m wearing a piece of art on my wrist! - SO lightweight. I didn’t realize how heavy my old fitness watch was until I put on the Lily! I was blown away by how light it is. - Does everything I need in a smartwatch – can wake me up in the morning with an alarm, provides notifications for texts/calls, tracks fitness activities, and more. - Garmin has an excellent app that provides very detailed information at no extra cost to the user (unlike other brands). I’ve been pleasantly surprised by the depth of information offered. Cons: - It has a silent (vibrating) alarm, and if you hit snooze it goes off again 10 minutes later. When it goes off again, it shows your original alarm time rather than the actual time (e.g., if the alarm goes off at 6 am and I hit snooze, it still shows “6 am alarm” when it goes off again despite the actual time being 6:10). - Because the screen is small (which I love) this means that sometimes the notifications for texts get partially covered up by the options to clear or respond to them. So you kind of have to guess what some words are. - Doesn’t sync with phone Do Not Disturb or silence settings. If my phone is on DnD or silent, I have to set the watch to be on DnD separately, or it will still vibrate when my phone gets notifications. - And the vibrations are LOUD. It’s pretty noticeable in a quiet room, so if your phone is blowing up and you’re in a meeting it’s a little awkward. I’m also not sure how good the actual vibration sensation is… Sometimes I feel like I hear it going off more than I feel it. So there you have it! In my opinion, the cons are relatively minor annoyances that are far outweighed by the pros. Coming from a watch that doesn’t have any of those cons but that was much bulkier, not as nice to look at, and more expensive, I’m glad I made the switch. I’ll be sticking with Garmin’s line of smaller watches moving forward!
Date published: 2021-05-25
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Needs Charging Often I am annoyed that I have to charge it every day. I didn't have to do that with my Fitbit. It almost went a whole week before needing charging.
Date published: 2021-05-22
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