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I happened to see it when I was reading the manual, cover-to-cover, AFTER I had asked “Heart Rate Monitors USA” (HRM USA) to send me a Fitbit Ionic in place of my defective, 48-day old Garmin Vivoactive 3. At that point I was kind of resigned.
But, this is NOT acceptable.
This morning it was 5.5°F. That means that IF I wore it, it would not record my activity. That is pretty pathetic.
14°F is NOT that cold for Northern USA. So, this is unacceptable.
I wonder how many people know.
Once I saw those temp. ranges I wasn’t even going to RISK taking it out. I just don’t have the time or energy to handle yet another RETURN.
You know the crazy thing. I don’t think I have ever seen a temperature range for the Vivoactive 3. Yes, there must me BUT I don’t think it is in their User Manual. I did a quick check yesterday. Maybe this is why my 2nd Vivoactive 3 stopped working properly. Because I had been using it in cold weather.
Well, this is a HEADS UP.
The 30,000′ elevation is also inadequate. So, when I am flying it is NOT going to register my heart rate or all the steps I take walking up and down the aisle. Very strange. Very strange that people have NOT been complaining about this.