Garmin has now launched its new smartwatch Lily, which the company says is specially designed by women, for women. Something that was first noticed by The Verge.
The smartwatch’s design has a more classic look with a round “dial” and is smaller than other smartwatches with a diameter of only 34.5 mm. The smartwatch’s screen is also more monochrome while still using the touch. The watch’s battery should last for a full five days of use.
As usual, the Garmin Lily still comes with measuring points for step counting, exercise, sleep, stress, blood oxygen saturation, menstruation and pregnancy. All functions have previously appeared in Garmin’s other watches. Worth mentioning is that the Lily model has no features for gps, offline music or Garmin Pay.
The smartwatch is released in two versions and several different colors.
Garmin Lily Sport Edition which is made of aluminum and has a silicone strap and a price of 199 dollars, corresponding to about 1662 kronor, exclusive local supplements.
And Garmin Lily Classic Edition in stainless steel which instead has a leather strap and a price of 250 dollars, corresponding to about 2087 kronor, excluding local supplements.