Garmin's best running smartwatches are all on sale at their lowest prices ever

Garmin’s best running smartwatches are all on sale at their lowest prices ever

While Garmin’s vast portfolio of smartwatches might seem confusing and unnecessarily convoluted at first glance, especially when compared to Market-leading lines from Apple and Samsung, the wearable industry veteran makes the target audience for each product family crystal clear in its advertising efforts.

As their names strongly suggest, the Forerunner 55, 745, and 945, for example, are designed for runners (and triathletes), and if you’re currently preparing for a marathon or just want to be at your best. life, you’ll no doubt be pleased to see these three devices hitting lower prices than ever before.

The Garmin Forerunner 945, of course, is both the more advanced and more expensive member of this trio, normally costing $599.99 in a GPS-only variant and $649.99 with 4G LTE connectivity built-in.

Amazon may shave off a bit, and as far as we know, completely unprecedented $200 on both of these prices right now, and despite the advanced age of this model released in 2019, its appeal is very much intact thanks mainly to an exceptional battery life of up to two weeks (with LTE and GPS disabled) and a handy set of pre-installed color maps to guide you through the most remote places in the world.
Despite lacking the latter feature and reducing battery life to a maximum of “only” a week between charges, the slightly newer version The Forerunner 745 may also seem irresistible to people with tighter budgets or smaller wrists.

Marked $150 off a list price of $499.99 in no less than four different colors, bright red and “tropical” included, this thing comes with pretty much the same fancy sensors as its big sibling, like the blood oxygen saturation and body battery power, and even an identical 1.2-inch screen squeezed into an overall smaller and slightly lighter frame.

Finally, the $199.99 Garmin Forerunner 55 is currently $30 cheaper than usual, offering just the basics of all-around fitness tracking and health monitoring, plus up to two weeks of battery life and a great design. less premium than its much more expensive cousins.

At its discounted price, this “easy to use” running watch is also incredibly competitive, being able to keep tabs on its wearer’s heart rate, breath rate, stress levels, sleep and hydration while offering “suggested daily workouts” as well, being water immersion resistant and supporting GPS technology without the aid of a connected smartphone. Oh, and did we mention it comes in “Aqua” in addition to black and white hues? That’s pretty darn fancy for a smartwatch under $200!


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