Lily, the new thing from Garmin
As we say, attempts to launch technological equipment specially designed to women it never usually works out. The reason is that manufacturers tend to get a bit clouded by “intended for the female audience” and fall into erroneous (and macho) beliefs that women in the industry are only interested in a gadget being pink or that it fits in a handbag , even if that means giving up important benefits.
Luckily over time that conception has changed and, although today we still have to continue fighting with many stereotypes errors attributed to women who are interested in technology, the scale (at least when creating products) has been balanced much more. How? Well, not taking for granted that being a woman we are interested in less advanced features and in any case adapting certain equipment to the complexion and not so much to an outdated aesthetic.
This is how it is possibly born Lily. This smartwatch created by women and intended for this audience offers many of the qualities that you could find in any watch today (with some important deficiencies, yes), only with a smaller design that seeks to fit on narrower wrists.
Its appearance is more of a conventional watch, with a round case fairly small whose diameter is 34.5 millimeters – to give you an idea, it is somewhat smaller than the Apple Watch SE in its 40 mm version – and the possibility of exchanging straps whenever you want.
As to technical performance, the watch is capable of counting steps, burning calories, monitoring sports practices, controlling sleep, monitoring stress levels, blood oxygen saturation, and keeping track of menstrual periods and pregnancy.
¿problems that shows? Its screen, which is monochrome, and the lack of integrated GPS, in addition to not being able to use Garmin Pay. Three details that you will have to assess if you are interested in the watch.
Price and availability
Garmin Lily already appears on the official Garmin website, where you can check the many versions and color combinations that exist. You will thus be able to choose between the Classic or the Sport proposal, and depending on which it is, opt for the gold bezel with a black leather strap or an orchid bezel with a silicone strap – to name just two examples.
About his availability, The manufacturer points out that it will be for purchase this first quarter of 2021, at a cost of 199.99 euros for the Sport version models and 249.99 euros for the Classic.
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