Garmin has officially unveiled Lily which is a fitness smartwatch that the company said is designed specifically for women. It is apparently Garmin’s smallest smartwatch to date and has a huge focus on fashion.
Featuring a 34mm watch case alongside a slim 14mm watch band, what made Lily rather unique among Garmin’s smartwatch is the patterned lens within its monochromatic touch display. Whenever the display goes idle, the pattern would then reveal itself which is how Lily is able to position itself as a stylish watch.
As you may expect from a Garmin fitness smartwatch, Lily which has a water-resistant rating of 5 ATM is also equipped with heart rate and blood oxygen (Pulse Ox). Users can also utilise it to track their body energy levels, stress, hydration, respiration, menstrual cycle, pregnancy, and sleep alongside workouts such as running, swimming, cycling, yoga, and more.
However, the Lily does not come with built-in GPS though which means users need to carry their phone if they want to track outdoor runs via the Connected GPS feature. Users can choose to obtain Lily in its Classic variant which carries stainless steel bezel and Italian leather band or go for the Sport model that offers aluminium bezel and a silicone band.
Price-wise, the Lily Classic goes for USD 249.99 (~RM 1,012) while the Lily Sport is priced slightly lower at USD 199.99 (~RM 810). Unfortunately, its availability in Malaysia has not yet been announced by Garmin.