The Lily is one of the smallest Garmin smart watch models on the market, not only because of the comparatively compact diameter of just 34.5 millimeters but above all because of the invisibly integrated screen.
Garmin is now offering the Lily small face smartwatches in two new variants. The Sport Edition is now also offered with a gold case with a pink silicone strap, and the Classic Edition with a gold and “braloba gray” case with a matching leather strap.
By default, the Garmin Lily sport waterproof watch face only shows the pattern that is printed, which has a metallic effect. Above this pattern sits an LCD with a resolution of 240 x 201 pixels, which can only display 16 shades of gray. When the touchscreen is activated, the watch can display the time, date, incoming notifications, and smartwatch apps over the pattern.
The smallest Garmin smart watch has a 10-millimeter thin aluminum and polymer case that is water resistant to a depth of 5 ATM. Garmin promises five days of battery life, a heart rate monitor, a SpO2 sensor, cycle and sleep tracking, and fitness apps for yoga, weight training, running, and more workouts. The smallest Garmin smart watch does not have a GPS module or an NFC chip.
Garmin Lily price and availability
The Garmin Lily Smartwatch in the new colors can now be purchased from the Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk websites. The Sport Edition in pink and cream gold has been listed at $199.99 but is offered for $189.43, and the Classic Edition in braloba gray and cream gold costs $249.99.
Along with these Garmin Lily sport waterproof smartwatches, the manufacturer also announced the expansion of its best handheld GPS navigator: GPSMap 67, 67i, and eTrex SE. These are outdoor handheld GPS mapping units that, compared to the previous generation ones, offer longer battery life and better precision in terms of geolocation.