Garmin has unveiled a (slightly) updated version of its Vivofit band, the Vivofit 2. While visually identical, the new unit offers audible “move” alerts and a stopwatch feature. What hasn’t changed is that it still offers a reasonably priced, waterproof fitness tracker with an excellent battery life. With such a limited feature upgrade, if you have ever been interested in the Vivofit, now is a great time to pick up the original at a discounted price. Perhaps the more interesting new associated with the Vivofit 2 is the launch of designer wristbands, including stainless steel, leather, and Jonathan Adler designed ones. These new bands will happily be compatible with the original Vivofit. Prices will vary on the new bands, but they should start at $50 when they launch.