Garmin Venu 2 Plus Impressions: Is this the smartwatch YOU need? ⌚✨

In his first experience with Garmin’s smartwatch products and services, Tshaka finds himself… giddy! He gives you his initial thoughts on Garmin’s new Venu 2 Plus, recently launched at #CES2022 and walks you through some of the features and new additions that put the “Plus” in the Venu 2 lineup.

00:00 Intro
00:40 Battery and Settings Menu
01:34 Geting Started
02:13 What’s the + for?
02:51 The difference
04:10 Early impressions on fitness
04:46 Working out with it
05:27 The workout screen
05:58 The Companion App
06:48 A Closer look at Venu 2 Hardware

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9 thoughts on “Garmin Venu 2 Plus Impressions: Is this the smartwatch YOU need? ⌚✨

  1. Your "impressions" video is more thorough than most "in-depth' reviews (by other YouTubers). Excellent job and thank-you!
    Would like to hear your comparative thoughts of the V2+ versus the Apple Watch series 7 and Fitbit Charge 5 (as the Sense and Versa 3 just aren't as good as the charge 5).

  2. Totally love this Gents reviews, his sneak peeks are more in depth than most full on reviews.

    I do wish there was a standard with watches and phones where they needed to quote screen on time, battery life with ALL sensors working, guessing "smart watch" involves the watch turning into a dumb watch…… In which case 5-10 days battery life isn't that great, I had dumb digital watches in the 80's that would have the same battery for 12 months or more.

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