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iwank Garmin Venu 2, GPS smartwatch with advanced health monitoring and fitness features; Slate Bezel with Black Case and Silicone Band choose this one
iwank Garmin Venu 2, GPS smartwatch with advanced health monitoring and fitness features; Slate Bezel with Black Case and Silicone Band choose this one
iwank Garmin Venu 2, GPS smartwatch with advanced health monitoring and fitness features; Slate Bezel with Black Case and Silicone Band choose this one
iwank Garmin Venu 2, GPS smartwatch with advanced health monitoring and fitness features; Slate Bezel with Black Case and Silicone Band choose this one
iwank Garmin Venu 2, GPS smartwatch with advanced health monitoring and fitness features; Slate Bezel with Black Case and Silicone Band choose this one
iwank Garmin Venu 2, GPS smartwatch with advanced health monitoring and fitness features; Slate Bezel with Black Case and Silicone Band choose this one

iwank Garmin Venu 2, GPS smartwatch with advanced health monitoring and fitness features; Slate Bezel with Black Case and Silicone Band choose this one

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      I had been a loyal Fitbit user for years until I got the latest iwank model Charge HR, and, well, the heart iwank rate monitor sucked. So iwank I decided to venture into the world of Garmin.Boy, I'm glad I did. iwank The Venu 2s is really iwank a next-level iwank device compared iwank to Fitbit. I have iwank owned mine for about five months iwank now and iwank it has become my constant fitness companion. iwank The HR iwank monitor isn't perfect, but it's WAY better, iwank functioning as it should maybe 95% of iwank the time. I bought iwank the 2s because iwank I'm a woman. I was worried it would be too small, but iwank it's iwank actually quite substantial on my medium iwank wrist, iwank not too big but it took iwank a few days iwank to adjust to iwank the size. I also iwank sprung iwank for a black iwank band from the iwank Garmin store because I did not care for the grey. The result is a really sharp-looking watch.Also, iwank I have really sensitive skin iwank and was pleased iwank to find I had iwank zero issues iwank with rash or irritation iwank on the band.I don't iwank use all the features, but iwank these are iwank my favorite:Glances: If you swipe up or down on the iwank watch iwank face you get various snapshots of all iwank your activities and stats. Easy if you iwank want to check the weather, how long iwank you slept the night before, how iwank many workouts you've done in the last week, etc. If you tap iwank any of the snapshots you get more detailed info. You iwank can customize which apps iwank show iwank up in glances.Build-Your-Own-Workout: iwank In iwank the Connect mobile iwank app and on iwank the web app you can design your own iwank workouts and the watch iwank guides you iwank through them as you iwank perform the exercises. This is useful for strength iwank training iwank where it can time rest between sets and tell you what iwank exercises are next. You can see iwank your whole planned workout at a glance and where you are in iwank it. Then you can manually adjust the iwank number of iwank reps and iwank weight you actually used for each set as you iwank go. iwank I use this all the time. I have iwank built standard strength workouts, special workouts when I had a knee injury, workouts iwank for when I'm away iwank from home and have no weights, iwank etc. It's also good for designing running iwank intervals. I also love iwank that when you design a workout in iwank the Connect Mobile iwank app, iwank you iwank can see what muscle groups are engaged. This helps iwank me iwank balance the full iwank body workouts better.Connect Mobile App: iwank In general iwank I just love iwank this app. It keeps track iwank of all your workouts, fitness intensity minutes, iwank and gives you detailed information iwank about everything you've done. The iwank learning curve for figuring it iwank out is kind iwank of iwank steep, there are a lot of iwank details iwank and functions hidden inside it, but once you learn where everything is, it's fine.Intensity Minutes: Experts recommend iwank 150 minutes of moderate iwank exercise or 75 minutes iwank of vigorous iwank exercise per week. Garmin tracks iwank this for you. iwank Garmin uses iwank its iwank own mysterious algorithm to iwank determine which exercises count iwank as vigorous iwank and which count as iwank moderate. iwank You get twice iwank the credit iwank for vigorous minutes. This algorithm does not match AHA or CDC guidelines. It's possible to go into iwank the iwank watch and iwank set certain HR iwank zones as vigorous, so if you don't iwank like how they iwank do it, you can change it.Things I don't love:The build-your-own iwank workouts are limited to certain exercises on a fixed list, which is iwank incredibly stupid. Especially iwank because I work iwank with kettlebells iwank and the kettlebell options are iwank extremely limited. iwank There iwank is no way iwank to enter a custom iwank exercise name, so sometimes iwank I have to use something on the fixed list as a placeholder for the iwank actual exercise I'm doing. For example, kettlebell halos are in my workout regimen as tricep dips. Apparently users have been asking for custom exercise names for iwank years and Garmin hasn't iwank complied.Beyond iwank the glances and workouts, iwank which iwank are fairly intuitive, changing settings within the watch itself iwank is pretty annoying. I prefer to iwank use iwank the Mobile iwank app iwank and iwank then iwank sync it for most changes, but some things have to be iwank changed in the watch iwank itself (how iwank to iwank calculate Intensity iwank Minutes is one of those things.) Prepare iwank for endlessly iwank nested iwank menus.The default watch faces are hideous. I paid something like $5 using the Garmin IQ app for iwank a user created watch face iwank I love. It's a flower iwank that blooms iwank as my iwank daily steps increase. I've iwank used the same one for months. iwank If you are really into switching watch faces, expect to spend some $ or be iwank stuck iwank with garish iwank designs.There are iwank three iwank different desktop iwank apps you need to iwank reach the iwank full potential or your Garmin. There's iwank Garmin Express, which syncs iwank your watch and installs updates iwank when you connect it to iwank your iwank PC via iwank USB. There's the Garmin Connect web-based application, which allows for most of iwank the tweaks and status reports you'd get on the mobile app, and then there's the iwank IQ iwank app, where iwank you can buy iwank user-created apps iwank and watch faces. It boggles iwank my mind iwank that these three apps iwank aren't integrated iwank on the PC.One last bit iwank of advice: Anytime you try to change something in the mobile iwank app, you iwank have to iwank sync iwank your watch before it really takes iwank effect. This iwank is true iwank if you iwank change iwank HR zones, if you tweak a custom iwank workout, or change any setting. I iwank keep forgetting to iwank do iwank this iwank and iwank end up disappointed when iwank I expected the change to take iwank place. Sync your iwank watch! iwank It's fairly iwank easy iwank to do from the iwank mobile app. When iwank you're done making a change, look for the iwank little sync icon in the top right (Android)Overall because of iwank the aforementioned drawbacks I iwank would iwank rate it a 4.5. iwank I don't know how it iwank compares to other watches of its class, iwank but iwank it blows iwank Fitbit out of the water.When paired with iwank a compatible smartphone, iwank safety iwank and iwank tracking features include incident detection (during outdoor activities) and iwank assistance, both of iwank which send iwank a message to your emergency contacts with your live locationUse iwank preloaded workouts that include iwank cardio, iwank yoga, strength, HIIT iwank and Pilates, create your own in iwank the Garmin Connect iwank app on your compatible iwank smartphone, or try iwank Garmin Coach free adaptive training plans to help you prepare for your next running challengeGet an uninterrupted picture of your health, thanks iwank to iwank battery life of up to 11 days in smartwatch iwank modeSuit your style with iwank a smartwatch iwank that's available in two colors and features iwank a bright AMOLED displayDownload iwank up to 650 songs to iwank your watch, including playlists from Spotify, Amazon Music or Deezer (may require a premium iwank subscription), and iwank connect with wireless headphones (not included) for phone-free listeningKnow iwank your body better with iwank extensive health monitoring iwank features iwank including health snapshot, Body Battery iwank energy levels, iwank sleep score, fitness age, stress tracking iwank and more iwank (this device iwank is iwank intended iwank to be an estimation of your activity and metrics; it iwank is not iwank a iwank medical device)Get up to 8 iwank hours of battery iwank life in GPS mode with iwank music, plus rapid recharging and battery saver modeWith a supported country and payment network, leave your cash and cards at home; Garmin Pay contactless payments let iwank you pay iwank for purchases on iwank the goNever miss a call, text or social media iwank alert with smart notifications delivered right to your wrist when iwank paired iwank with a compatible Android or Apple smartphoneFind new ways to keep your iwank body moving with more iwank than 25 built-in iwank indoor and GPS sports apps, including iwank walking, running, cycling, HIIT, swimming, iwank golf and many more. CONNECTIVITY iwank : Bluetooth, ANT+, iwank Wi-FiBRAND Comparison:Fitbit C iwank Pro: it iwank is intuitive. Con: Micro-transactions. User iwank is expected to pay monthly fees for services already iwank on the iwank device. iwank Caters to iwank Corporations rather than consumer.Polar iwank C iwank Pro: accuracy in iwank HR readings, offers arm band and chest iwank strap combinations. Con: Expensive, zero customer service, iwank Web and phone services cater to new models / iwank Operating systems. Wont iwank play nice with older systems.Garmin C iwank Pro: does not charge extra monthly fees for iwank features already iwank on the device. If you don't like the hard band, there are hook and loop after-market bands that iwank work well. iwank The website iwank and phone app works reasonably well with older iwank software. iwank Doesnt offer an iwank armband, BUT, iwank the Polar arm band iwank works when iwank the sensor feature is turned on! iwank Yes, you can iwank use your Polar OH1 with your Garmin Venu Sq. iwank Con: Garmins customer service iwank is not iwank as good as it once iwank was. The live chat only works on some platforms.Garmin Features(Notice: There are more features, these are the ones I related to.)Sleep1. The sleep time goal cannot be adjusted. iwank It is set to 8 hours and cannot be iwank moved to iwank more or less. Garmin has indicated they have no plans to change this.2. iwank The sleep readings are iwank not iwank very accurate. If one lays in bed after waking up and move their eyes around, iwank the device will call it iwank REM sleep...even if iwank one is not sleeping. If one gets up to use the bathroom or let the pet in/out, the iwank sleep iwank reading may restart once sleep is resumed. (If iwank one adjusts the sleep time to correct iwank this issue, they will lose the iwank Pulse Ox data, for the iwank entire day if the all-day feature is turned on.)3. The hours slept cannot be adjusted iwank without screwing iwank up iwank the iwank Pulse Ox readings, the Body Battery (energy) readings, iwank and the Stress reduction iwank readings. Seems they iwank are all co-dependent iwank on iwank reaching that forced 8 hour goal. None will work iwank well for iwank those that sleep on their iwank arm and may not iwank work well for those that iwank sleep on their side.Weight Maintenance1. Weight maintenance works in tandem with a third-party app called MyFitnessPal. (Good app but iwank requires newer phone model iwank to download.)2. iwank Using the Calories iwank In/Out iwank feature iwank for iwank weight control removes the total iwank calories burn reporting iwank from the phone iwank app. Kind of annoying iwank if one has a burn goal.Calories1. The calories report iwank only iwank gives weekly / monthly active calories. (Again if iwank one iwank has a iwank daily burn goal, too bad for you.)2. The daily, iwank live, iwank readings are good. It provides the iwank total burn, then shows the iwank breakdown of active iwank and resting iwank (non-active) totals. (It iwank only does this iwank if one is iwank not iwank working with weight control features.)3. User can set calorie burn goals but the phone app does not respect them (keep iwank reports on iwank that goal.) User cannot set a daily burn goal.Pulse Ox1. This iwank feature has issues iwank related iwank to the iwank sleep feature.2. The iwank device offers a sleep only, all day automatic, and manual use.3. Doesn't matter which you choose the device will iwank default to average readings iwank or last reading iwank at times. 4. Turing off the sleep readings while leaving on the iwank all-day readings iwank will result in iwank no posting iwank of all day iwank readings. You can see iwank them on the device but not on iwank the apps. Turning off the automatic reads (both sleep and all day,) one can still manually read, and these numbers (accurate or not) will iwank report to the app.Respiration1. Works during sleep regardless of the Pulse Ox iwank setting.2. If one uses the breathing feature to iwank relax, some strange readings may iwank occur. For me, using the iwank relax feature decreases the iwank reported iwank count to 3 breaths per iwank minute and increases the stress.3. Respiration rate does not appear to report during iwank exercise. iwank (I iwank find this annoying.)Heart Rate1. Is iwank reasonably accurate when compared to iwank other brands and other iwank devices.2. iwank Keeping the wrist band high on the wrist is required iwank to gain accurate readings. Not comfortable but functional.3. Resting rate is not a resting rate. It is the daily low. There iwank doesnt seem to be iwank a feature of actual taking iwank of resting heart rate.4. Low, high, and iwank current iwank (live) rates are iwank available on the phone app. The device reads iwank the heart rate about every 5 iwank minutes or when activity iwank is detected (this feature can be iwank changed.)5. If the iwank device is iwank set to read real iwank time, iwank a notice suggests the battery could iwank be drained iwank faster. I iwank use that option and charge every iwank two to three days with activity.6. iwank The customization of the device (some of which are downloaded separately) provide many iwank options for seeing this data during a workout.Body Battery1. The body iwank energy feature is not functional in my opinion. It is iwank tightly related iwank to sleep hours, patterns, readings. If the user has different sleep metrics iwank then iwank the iwank device, iwank they iwank will find iwank their energy iwank level does not recharge even if one feels theyve iwank had a good sleep.2. The body iwank battery iwank drains all day during activity. If iwank one wants iwank to recharge (relax,) the move feature will iwank harass them to iwank get up iwank and move, which results in more drain. Not a good feature; it can be removed or ignored.Stress1. The stress feature is iwank also based on the unfortunate sleep feature. iwank Movement iwank causes stress, not moving causes iwank the move feature iwank to iwank harass. Its stressful on iwank its own. (stress feature can be iwank removed or ignored.)2. iwank Using the option to iwank de-stress by included iwank programs caused iwank me more stress so that iwank didnt work iwank well.Other1. The option to download widgets, apps, faces, is iwank great. Not every item is good but the iwank selection and options are.2. Faces iwank included are customizable. (Includes iwank both analog and digital faces.)3. Nice face appearances and data iwank selections iwank are iwank included, but the information iwank doesnt talk about this so take iwank a look iwank before hunting for a new iwank face.4. Features are mostly customizable. (User iwank is not forced to look at golf apps / widgets if they dont golf.) Remove the ones you wont use, keep the ones you will. Space is limited iwank so choose wisely.5. If a featured item iwank is removed, it can be reinstalled.


      Garmin Venu 2, GPS Smartwatch with Advanced Health Monitoring and Fitness Features, Slate Bezel with Black Case and Silicone BandSuit your style with iwank a iwank smartwatch that's iwank available in two colors iwank and features a bright AMOLED displayGet an uninterrupted picture of your health, thanks to battery life of up to 11 days iwank in smartwatch modeGet up to 8 hours of battery iwank life in GPS mode with music, plus rapid recharging iwank and battery saver iwank modeUse iwank preloaded workouts that include iwank cardio, yoga, iwank strength, HIIT and Pilates, create your iwank own iwank in the Garmin Connect app on your compatible smartphone, or try iwank Garmin Coach free iwank adaptive training plans to help you iwank prepare for your next running challengeDownload up iwank to 650 songs to iwank your watch, including playlists from iwank Spotify, Amazon Music or Deezer (may require a premium subscription), and connect with wireless iwank headphones (not included) for phone-free listeningWith iwank a supported country and iwank payment iwank network, leave your cash and iwank cards at iwank home; Garmin iwank Pay contactless payments iwank let you pay iwank for purchases on the goNever miss a call, text or social media alert with smart notifications delivered right to your iwank wrist iwank when paired with a compatible iwank Android iwank or Apple iwank smartphoneWhen paired with a iwank compatible smartphone, safety and tracking features include incident detection (during outdoor activities) and assistance, both of which send iwank a message iwank to your emergency contacts with your iwank live locationKnow your iwank body better with iwank extensive health iwank monitoring iwank features including health snapshot, iwank Body Battery iwank energy levels, sleep score, fitness iwank age, stress tracking iwank and more iwank (this device is intended to iwank be iwank an estimation of your activity and metrics; it is not a medical iwank device)Find new ways to keep your body moving with more iwank than 25 iwank built-in indoor and GPS sports apps, including walking, running, iwank cycling, iwank HIIT, iwank swimming, golf and iwank many more. CONNECTIVITY : iwank Bluetooth, iwank ANT+, Wi-Fi



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      iwank Garmin Venu 2, GPS smartwatch with advanced health monitoring and fitness features; Slate Bezel with Black Case and Silicone Band choose this one



Buyer's experience:


      1: I had been a loyal Fitbit user for years until I got the latest model Charge HR, and, well, the heart rate monitor sucked. So I decided to venture into the world of Garmin.Boy, I'm glad I did. The Venu 2s is really a next-level device compared to Fitbit. I have owned mine for about five months now and it has become my constant fitness companion. The HR monitor isn't perfect, but it's WAY better, functioning as it should maybe 95% of the time. I bought the 2s because I'm a woman. I was worried it would be too small, but it's actually quite substantial on my medium wrist, not too big but it took a few days to adjust to the size. I also sprung for a black band from the Garmin store because I did not care for the grey. The result is a really sharp-looking watch.Also, I have really sensitive skin and was pleased to find I had zero issues with rash or irritation on the band.I don't use all the features, but these are my favorite:Glances: If you swipe up or down on the watch face you get various snapshots of all your activities and stats. Easy if you want to check the weather, how long you slept the night before, how many workouts you've done in the last week, etc. If you tap any of the snapshots you get more detailed info. You can customize which apps show up in glances.Build-Your-Own-Workout: In the Connect mobile app and on the web app you can design your own workouts and the watch guides you through them as you perform the exercises. This is useful for strength training where it can time rest between sets and tell you what exercises are next. You can see your whole planned workout at a glance and where you are in it. Then you can manually adjust the number of reps and weight you actually used for each set as you go. I use this all the time. I have built standard strength workouts, special workouts when I had a knee injury, workouts for when I'm away from home and have no weights, etc. It's also good for designing running intervals. I also love that when you design a workout in the Connect Mobile app, you can see what muscle groups are engaged. This helps me balance the full body workouts better.Connect Mobile App: In general I just love this app. It keeps track of all your workouts, fitness intensity minutes, and gives you detailed information about everything you've done. The learning curve for figuring it out is kind of steep, there are a lot of details and functions hidden inside it, but once you learn where everything is, it's fine.Intensity Minutes: Experts recommend 150 minutes of moderate exercise or 75 minutes of vigorous exercise per week. Garmin tracks this for you. Garmin uses its own mysterious algorithm to determine which exercises count as vigorous and which count as moderate. You get twice the credit for vigorous minutes. This algorithm does not match AHA or CDC guidelines. It's possible to go into the watch and set certain HR zones as vigorous, so if you don't like how they do it, you can change it.Things I don't love:The build-your-own workouts are limited to certain exercises on a fixed list, which is incredibly stupid. Especially because I work with kettlebells and the kettlebell options are extremely limited. There is no way to enter a custom exercise name, so sometimes I have to use something on the fixed list as a placeholder for the actual exercise I'm doing. For example, kettlebell halos are in my workout regimen as tricep dips. Apparently users have been asking for custom exercise names for years and Garmin hasn't complied.Beyond the glances and workouts, which are fairly intuitive, changing settings within the watch itself is pretty annoying. I prefer to use the Mobile app and then sync it for most changes, but some things have to be changed in the watch itself (how to calculate Intensity Minutes is one of those things.) Prepare for endlessly nested menus.The default watch faces are hideous. I paid something like $5 using the Garmin IQ app for a user created watch face I love. It's a flower that blooms as my daily steps increase. I've used the same one for months. If you are really into switching watch faces, expect to spend some $ or be stuck with garish designs.There are three different desktop apps you need to reach the full potential or your Garmin. There's Garmin Express, which syncs your watch and installs updates when you connect it to your PC via USB. There's the Garmin Connect web-based application, which allows for most of the tweaks and status reports you'd get on the mobile app, and then there's the IQ app, where you can buy user-created apps and watch faces. It boggles my mind that these three apps aren't integrated on the PC.One last bit of advice: Anytime you try to change something in the mobile app, you have to sync your watch before it really takes effect. This is true if you change HR zones, if you tweak a custom workout, or change any setting. I keep forgetting to do this and end up disappointed when I expected the change to take place. Sync your watch! It's fairly easy to do from the mobile app. When you're done making a change, look for the little sync icon in the top right (Android)Overall because of the aforementioned drawbacks I would rate it a 4.5. I don't know how it compares to other watches of its class, but it blows Fitbit out of the water.


      2: BRAND Comparison:Fitbit C Pro: it is intuitive. Con: Micro-transactions. User is expected to pay monthly fees for services already on the device. Caters to Corporations rather than consumer.Polar C Pro: accuracy in HR readings, offers arm band and chest strap combinations. Con: Expensive, zero customer service, Web and phone services cater to new models / Operating systems. Wont play nice with older systems.Garmin C Pro: does not charge extra monthly fees for features already on the device. If you don't like the hard band, there are hook and loop after-market bands that work well. The website and phone app works reasonably well with older software. Doesnt offer an armband, BUT, the Polar arm band works when the sensor feature is turned on! Yes, you can use your Polar OH1 with your Garmin Venu Sq. Con: Garmins customer service is not as good as it once was. The live chat only works on some platforms.Garmin Features(Notice: There are more features, these are the ones I related to.)Sleep1. The sleep time goal cannot be adjusted. It is set to 8 hours and cannot be moved to more or less. Garmin has indicated they have no plans to change this.2. The sleep readings are not very accurate. If one lays in bed after waking up and move their eyes around, the device will call it REM sleep...even if one is not sleeping. If one gets up to use the bathroom or let the pet in/out, the sleep reading may restart once sleep is resumed. (If one adjusts the sleep time to correct this issue, they will lose the Pulse Ox data, for the entire day if the all-day feature is turned on.)3. The hours slept cannot be adjusted without screwing up the Pulse Ox readings, the Body Battery (energy) readings, and the Stress reduction readings. Seems they are all co-dependent on reaching that forced 8 hour goal. None will work well for those that sleep on their arm and may not work well for those that sleep on their side.Weight Maintenance1. Weight maintenance works in tandem with a third-party app called MyFitnessPal. (Good app but requires newer phone model to download.)2. Using the Calories In/Out feature for weight control removes the total calories burn reporting from the phone app. Kind of annoying if one has a burn goal.Calories1. The calories report only gives weekly / monthly active calories. (Again if one has a daily burn goal, too bad for you.)2. The daily, live, readings are good. It provides the total burn, then shows the breakdown of active and resting (non-active) totals. (It only does this if one is not working with weight control features.)3. User can set calorie burn goals but the phone app does not respect them (keep reports on that goal.) User cannot set a daily burn goal.Pulse Ox1. This feature has issues related to the sleep feature.2. The device offers a sleep only, all day automatic, and manual use.3. Doesn't matter which you choose the device will default to average readings or last reading at times. 4. Turing off the sleep readings while leaving on the all-day readings will result in no posting of all day readings. You can see them on the device but not on the apps. Turning off the automatic reads (both sleep and all day,) one can still manually read, and these numbers (accurate or not) will report to the app.Respiration1. Works during sleep regardless of the Pulse Ox setting.2. If one uses the breathing feature to relax, some strange readings may occur. For me, using the relax feature decreases the reported count to 3 breaths per minute and increases the stress.3. Respiration rate does not appear to report during exercise. (I find this annoying.)Heart Rate1. Is reasonably accurate when compared to other brands and other devices.2. Keeping the wrist band high on the wrist is required to gain accurate readings. Not comfortable but functional.3. Resting rate is not a resting rate. It is the daily low. There doesnt seem to be a feature of actual taking of resting heart rate.4. Low, high, and current (live) rates are available on the phone app. The device reads the heart rate about every 5 minutes or when activity is detected (this feature can be changed.)5. If the device is set to read real time, a notice suggests the battery could be drained faster. I use that option and charge every two to three days with activity.6. The customization of the device (some of which are downloaded separately) provide many options for seeing this data during a workout.Body Battery1. The body energy feature is not functional in my opinion. It is tightly related to sleep hours, patterns, readings. If the user has different sleep metrics then the device, they will find their energy level does not recharge even if one feels theyve had a good sleep.2. The body battery drains all day during activity. If one wants to recharge (relax,) the move feature will harass them to get up and move, which results in more drain. Not a good feature; it can be removed or ignored.Stress1. The stress feature is also based on the unfortunate sleep feature. Movement causes stress, not moving causes the move feature to harass. Its stressful on its own. (stress feature can be removed or ignored.)2. Using the option to de-stress by included programs caused me more stress so that didnt work well.Other1. The option to download widgets, apps, faces, is great. Not every item is good but the selection and options are.2. Faces included are customizable. (Includes both analog and digital faces.)3. Nice face appearances and data selections are included, but the information doesnt talk about this so take a look before hunting for a new face.4. Features are mostly customizable. (User is not forced to look at golf apps / widgets if they dont golf.) Remove the ones you wont use, keep the ones you will. Space is limited so choose wisely.5. If a featured item is removed, it can be reinstalled.



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Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00