Grab a Garmin bargain as part of Amazon Black Friday with this stonking deal.
Garmin make some of our absolute favourite fitness trackers and you can grab yourself a great saving on the Vivoactive HR. With an RRP of £240, Amazon has shed the £s and you can pick one up for just £140 today.
As you would expect from a more advanced fitness tracker, there’s built-in GPS and a heart rate monitor round back for more advanced exercise tracking. The GPS can be used for a range of sports including running, cycling and skiing, making the Vivoactive HR a versatile sports tracker. It’s water-resistant, too, with integrated swimming tracking.
Golfers will be pleased by added support with a database of 40,000 courses. You’ll get a view of the green and a means to easily keep score. You can also measure distances.
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It makes for a fantastic fitness tracker, keeping track of your steps and activity throughout the day – including the number of stairs you climb – and tracking your sleep overnight.
You can expect up to 8 days of battery life when used as a fitness tracker and watch, while you’ll also get an excellent 13 hours of GPS tracking, which is the more battery-draining task.
The Vivoactive HR pairs with the Garmin Connect app for a complete view of your health and activity. You can also get smartphone notifications from your phone via your wrist, which is a massive convenience.
Now that the Vivoactive HR is just £140, it’s a fantastic fitness tracker and GPS sports watch bargain.
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