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Garmin has recently expanded its wearable technology portfolio with the introduction of the Lily 2 series. This line of smartwatches is specifically designed to cater to women’s health needs while maintaining a sleek and customizable aesthetic.

The Lily 2 and Lily 2 Classic models feature metal watch cases and a unique patterned lens that reveals a touchscreen display. The design of the Lily 2 series aims to blend functionality with elegance, offering a wearable that is both a health tool and a fashion accessory.

In terms of health features, the Lily 2 series emphasizes women’s health tracking. It includes menstrual cycle tracking, allowing users to log physical and emotional symptoms and learn about cycle patterns. The pregnancy tracking feature provides expecting mothers with insights and educational content tailored to each pregnancy stage. These features aim to give women a more comprehensive understanding of their health and wellness.

Aside from women’s health, the Lily 2 series includes general wellness features such as ‘Body Battery’ energy monitoring, sleep scoring, stress tracking, and various built-in sports apps. Connected GPS functionality is available when paired with a compatible smartphone, offering accurate activity tracking. Additionally, the Lily 2 Classic model supports Garmin Pay for contactless payments.

Safety features are also incorporated, with incident detection and emergency contact messaging available when the watch is connected to a compatible smartphone. These features are designed to provide users with an extra layer of security during their daily activities or while exercising.

“The Lily series is known for its petite and elegant design elements, and we’re pleased to introduce even more health and connected features to this fashionable lineup. Not only is Lily 2 stylish enough for anything from a day at work to a night out, but it can keep you connected and track your wellbeing with popular features designed for any lifestyle”, says Susan Lyman, Garmin Vice President of Global Consumer Marketing.

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