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"That's a nice watch." These are words you don't hear often when wearing a smartwatch, let alone a GPS equipped sport watch.
But in my time testing the Garmin Vivoactive, these words were said to me many times by runners, family members and even some colleagues.
There's no need to tap the screen or flick your wrist to view the time and date, a simple glance down will suffice.
Speaking of the display, it's not particularly high-res with its 205x148-pixel resolution, but still performs quite well.
The Vivoactive has a waterproof rating of 5 ATM and is capable of withstanding pressure at a depth of up to 50 meters.
You can learn more about water resistance ratings on smartwatches and activity trackers here.
With its slim design, impressive feature set and long battery life, Garmin's latest watch is turning heads, but it's far from perfect.
For comparison purposes, the GPS-equipped is 11.5mm thick and weighs 56 grams.
One of my favorite features is the watch's always-on display.
There's even an app store (called Connect IQ) for third-party apps, widgets and watch faces that can be installed on the device, but I will dig more into this later.
The watch is also capable of tracking the steps you take each day, distance traveled, calories burned and your sleep at night.
It can be a little more difficult to see when indoors or in low-light situations; however, the backlight, which can set to turn on when you tap the screen or when notifications come in, quickly fixes this problem.