Garmin introduces pocket-friendly fitness watch

© Provided by New Straits Times Actor Alif Satar as Garmin Venu sq ambassador. GARMIN has introduced the Venu Sq, its latest health monitoring smartwatch, featuring over 20 built-in sports apps and GPS. The watch, which comes in two version in non-music and music editions. The Venu Sq combines Garmin’s […]



a person in a blue shirt: Actor Alif Satar as Garmin Venu sq ambassador.


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Actor Alif Satar as Garmin Venu sq ambassador.

GARMIN has introduced the Venu Sq, its latest health monitoring smartwatch, featuring over 20 built-in sports apps and GPS.

The watch, which comes in two version in non-music and music editions.

The Venu Sq combines Garmin’s health monitoring and fitness features with daily style and music. The Music edition offers music playback features such as on-device music storage and Spotify compatibility.

According to Garmin, the watch’s battery can last up to 6 days in smartwatch mode, and up to 14 hours in GPS mode.

It features a 1.3-inch rectangular Corning Gorilla Glass touchscreen display with a lightweight aluminum bezel and a comfortable silicone band.

Among its many fitness functions include pilates, yoga, strength training, running, pool swimming, cycling and golf.

Besides that, the watch also offers heart rate monitoring, sleep with Pulse Ox2, respiration tracking, abnormal heart rate alerts (high and low), menstrual cycle tracking, stress tracking with relax reminders, hydration tracking and more.

Available on Lazada, Shopee, AECO Online Shop and all authorised Garmin retailers, the Venu Sq is priced at RM999, while the Venu Sq Music Edition costs RM1,250.

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