Amazon has a whole bunch of Garmin smartwatches on sale at substantial discounts
The most powerful weapon in Garmin’s Apple and Samsung-rivaling smartwatch arsenal is arguably its product diversity, which allows both the company itself and major third-party retailers like Amazon to frequently and deeply cut the prices of a variety of Android and iOS-compatible wearable devices, many of which are pretty affordable to start with.
Commercially released back in 2019, that thing normally costs $349.99 in both 40 and 45mm sizes, with the latter setting you back around $100 less than usual in all-black and silver/gray flavors at the time of this writing. Compared to its predecessor, the Vivoactive 4 has a major advantage in its standard music storage capabilities while also hiding several extra fitness and wellness monitoring tricks up its sleeve.
Speaking of missing features, the $169.99 Garmin Forerunner 35 is essentially the textbook definition of a barebones smartwatch (with built-in GPS functionality), costing 42 percent less than usual for a presumably limited time only in multiple different paint jobs.
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