Aside from its size, there are some other features that the company says make the Lily a “feminine”
The markings are subtle enough not to get in the way of words and graphics on Lily’s monochrome LCD touch screen. Speaking of which, in addition to tapping and pushing on the screen, you can also use the capacitive key at the bottom of the face to work on the watch. There are no physical buttons here.
Functionally, Lily offers a mix of features found on Garmin’s other watches such as Venu Sq and Vivomove Style. These two have full color monitors (and Vivomove uses an AMOLED), but otherwise offer the same 5 ATM water resistance evaluation and monitoring of heart rate, stress, hydration, respiration rate and blood oxygen. Of course, since their screens are different, the battery life also varies. Garmin says that Lily will last 14 days of activity tracking (7 hour sessions), which is the same as Vivomove Style, while Venu Sq only lasts up to 200 hours of activity tracking.