Garmin make some of the finest running watches, but the Vivoactive 3 stands out as both a running watch but also one of Garmin’s best smartwatches with plenty of added features beyond sports.
The good news is that right now, the Vivoactive 3 has dropped to its cheapest price yet from Amazon, saving you $70.
Amazon: Garmin Vivoactive 3 â Save $70
If you want music from your wrist, there is also a discount on the Vivoactive 3 Music, which gives you access to Spotify offline playlists. That’s a great option if you don’t want to bring your phone along for tunes. For only $20 more, and a saving of $80 overall, it’s worth it for the added music storage.
Amazon: Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music â Save $80
If you don’t need some of the more advanced training features seen in Garmin’s pricier top end sports watches, the Vivoactive 3 packs in plenty of features that will keep most runners happy.
Of course there’s built-in GPS and a heart rate monitor, but you also get VO2 max estimations, which are one of the best ways to keep an eye on your improving fitness levels.
We gave the Garmin Vivoactive 3 an excellent 4/5 review, concluding: “The Garmin Vivoactive 3 is a big improvement on the HR in design that also beefs up its sports tracking. Not only that, but it’s better as an all-day health tracking device, and paired with the new Connect app, Garming is giving Fitbit, Apple et al more to worry about.”
It’s worth noting that the Vivoactive 3 has been superseded by the recent Vivoactive 4, hence the discount. The Vivoactive 4 adds extra workouts from your wrist, including yoga. But the new model will have a $349 RRP so you save a lot of money if you opt for the older wearable.
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It’s not clear how long both of these discounts will hang around, so snap them up before they’re gone. Chances are, this will be the best price you’re going to get unless you’re willing to wait until Black Friday. Be sure to also check out our Garmin deals hub for more great offers.
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