Over the years I've had a Pebble and a Garmin Viviosmart, neither of which were totally amazing. For the last couple of years I've had an Apple Watch and I thought I had found the perfect fitness tracker / smart watch. BUT the Apple Watch clearly isn't built for my, ahem, 'active' lifestyle. In addition to cycling and wobbly my chub around at the gym I also swim, skateboard and play badminton. Out of all these activities it would appear that Badminton has been the most damaging to my Apple watch. Right now the only thing keeping the screen roughly in one piece is a screen 'protector'. In fact the only thing stopping the screen from actually falling off is some sellotape (removed for the photo below). Apple may have been ambiguous about whether the watch was actually waterproof. My watch definitely is not. When I think about what I actually want from a smart watch it's quite simple. I want accurate heartbeat and movement tracking and notifications. The rest of the functions are of little interest to me. So if I fail to repair my watch screen myself (the official repair is over £200) I'm considering moving away from Apple. The Garmin Vivoactive 3 has caught my eye. It looks more like a normal watch and costs less than the apple watch. Does anyone on here have a Garmin Vivoactive 3? If so do you rate it?