Some top smart watches maker usually release new products in two sizes, with the smaller size geared towards women. But not so often the manufacturer releases a GPS smartwatch specifically for women. The Garmin Lily small watch falls into the latter category.
The Garmin Lily GPS watches available in two variants: Classic and Sport. The only difference between the sport watches is the materials. The classic version has a metal case with leather straps, while the sport version has a plastic case with silicone straps. The rest of their specifications and functions are the same.
The Garmin Lily sport watch features a 1.3-inch LCD screen with a resolution of 240 x 201 pixels, which is protected by Gorilla Glass. There are no buttons on the watch, which means that it is operated exclusively via the touchscreen display. The branded straps are 14 mm wide.
The GPS smartwatch can measure heart rate and also supports blood oxygen (SpO2) detection thanks to the PulseOx sensor. Garmin Lily supports fitness tracking and exercise tracking including yoga, pilates, and running.
It says on the underside of the watch that it has GPS, maybe it should be connected to your phone and the Garmin app to record running routes. The small watch will also display the total number of steps and calories burned during the day, and notify you of notifications coming to your phone. Battery life is up to 5 days.
Garmin Lily price and availability
The new Garmin smartwatch pricing starts from $199.99 for the Sport variant and $249.99 for the Classic version. It is already available to purchase on the Amazon.com store.
Garmin has recently introduced the Instinct Esports Game Smartwatch is aimed primarily at e-athletes. In addition to the usual fitness features, the new GPS smartwatch offers a special esport activity function that measures your vital signs while gaming, priced at $290.