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Google Pixel Watch vs. Garmin Lily: Product breakdown comparison

Google Pixel Watch with a gray band on someone's wrist

When it comes to wearable technology, consumers are spoiled for choice, and it can often be difficult to discern which smartwatch is the best on the market. However, what makes one better than another is completely dependent on the person wearing it. So, the most important thing is to make sure you know what they all have to offer and decide based on your unique needs and preferences.

The Google Pixel Watch and Garmin Lily are two popular options on the smartwatch market. Before we dive into which is better, it's important to first make sure you have all your bases covered. A product protection plan is necessary for watches like these, considering all the ups and downs it might go through on a daily basis. When you subscribe to Mulberry Unlimited, you can get low-risk product protection for all your online purchases under the same plan for just $9.99 a month.

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Google Pixel Watch vs. Garmin Lily Watch

Two common contenders in the smartwatch space are the Google Pixel Watch and the Garmin Lily Watch. If you’re thinking about either of these, keep reading for a quick rundown on everything you need to know.

Google Pixel Watch

The Google Pixel Watch GPS has proven to be more accurate than several other smartwatch models, making it a better fit for those who want detailed tracking abilities. The Wi-Fi-enabled model starts at $349, and LTE cellular models start at $399.

As far as fitness is concerned, Google partnered with Fitbit to make the Pixel Watch, so if you already like to use the Fitbit app to track your health and fitness data, it’ll be a simple transition. Even if you haven’t, many users report preferring the Fitbit interface over other apps, like Samsung Health.

This smartwatch is also a good fit for users who want something that has similar tracking features to the Fitbit, but with the additions of a traditional smartwatch. If you tend to use Google apps or have a Pixel phone, you’re also a good candidate for this device. 

However, if you need your smartwatch to last for as long as possible, the Pixel Watch might not be the best fit. While it can last up to 24 hours, you must limit your Pixel Watch GPS use, which is a feature that some people would like to be able to use throughout the day. So, consider your daily routine and whether you'd mind charging it often.

Garmin Lily Watch

One of Garmin's latest additions, the Lily is their most compact smartwatch/fitness tracker to date, and the first model explicitly tailored for women. Starting at $199.99, it offers an appealing design with a patterned face and an ultra-thin 14mm band, making it seamless to wear alongside your favorite jewelry.

Aside from the aesthetic benefits, the Lily goes above and beyond by monitoring vital health statistics like blood oxygen saturation, calories burned, energy levels, heart rate, respiration, sleep patterns, steps taken, stress levels, and workout progress.

Additionally, you can expect traditional smartwatch functionalities like phone notifications, music playback controls, and customizable widgets. Although it doesn’t have a colored always-on display and is lacking some of the features found in other Garmin models, the Lily comes at a considerably lower price point.

Opting for protection is the easiest decision

Investing in a new wearable device is always exciting, especially if it’s going to be your first one. The sense of freedom you get when you don’t need to have your phone at all times will allow you to be more present in your daily life.

Just make sure you subscribe to Mulberry Unlimited so you can get product protection, and be prepared (and covered) no matter what!

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Kim Miller

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Kim Miller is the Head of Consumer Marketing at Mulberry. She is passionate about building products and brands that make consumers happy, save them money and make their lives easier. Have an innovative idea for Mulberry you'd like to share? Give her a shout! She'd love to chat about anything from fintech and UX to gardening and antiquing.

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