Garmin Lily Sport Edition 25.4mm Smartwatch with Heart Rate Monitor & Health Tracking - White
Powerful and connected
- Fitness tracking includes steps, calories, yoga, Pilates, cardio, and more so you can stay on top of your goals
- Wellness tracking monitors your heart rate, sleep, respiration, pulse ox, energy levels, menstrual cycle, pregnancy, hydration, and stress to help you understand your body
- Pairs with your smartphone to deliver call, text, and email notifications so you don't miss a thing
- Tethers to your smartphone's GPS to track your outdoor activities and location
Style and convenience
- Touchscreen monochrome display with a light-up, patterned lens lets you view your stats with a tap or a flick of your wrist
- Assistance feature sends your real-time location to specified contacts for help in case of an emergency
- LiveTrack function allows family and friends to view your outdoor activities in real-time for added peace of mind
- Lithium-ion battery recharges in 2 hours and lasts up to 5 days on a single charge
Health Tracking Features
Activity Monitoring Features
Notifications & Controls
- Lily Smartwatch Sport
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- Nice looking watch- February 28, 2021
Got this watch a few days ago. I love how it looks and how it feels on my hand. It’s very lightweight. The features are great and easy to manage. The only problem the watch has is the battery life. It should have battery enough for 4 days but it hardly has for one.
- Great watch- February 10, 2021
I have tried many smartwatches but all were too big for my small wrists! I decided to treat myself to a little more expensive watch that smaller in size! I just love this watch! I hope it doesnt fail me!!!
- Decent tracker for the price- February 14, 2021
The overall look of the Lilly Sport is stylish and while the watch is small it is easy to read the time and fitness stats. I really appreciate that the watch face has a touch screen. It is a very responsive touch screen and clothing will activate it. I’ve had my run cut short twice due to a long sleeve hitting the screen. The battery life is not at all as advertised. You can’t have the screen brightness on auto, it will drain in a day. I keep the brightness at 3 and when I jog outside I put it to 5. It is a bit of a pain to do this every time I run and it drains the battery if I forget to change it back to 3 once I finish my run. If the watch is not tight enough at night, the sensor for HR will blink red and wake you up. Wrist activation for the screen is touch and go. You have to pair and repair the watch to start GPS runs and you have to have “always on” for GPS, because “while using app” doesn’t work. That is a big pain in the rump for Apple users. I do really like the health stats and body battery stat. I also really like how the fitness tracker looks like a watch. Because of these two perks, I deal with all the other nonsense listed above.