Prime Day is in full swing, but if you’re looking for a good Garmin deal, there’s one that really should stand out.
While many of the Garmin deals are on older or obsolete devices, Amazon has knocked $100 off a Vivoactive 4, making it the pick of our deals at $199. And that applies to both the 40mm and 45mm versions, so it’s a totally unisex deal.
You get an eight day battery life as a smartwatch, notifications on the wrist, and a bustling selection of trackable sports including running, cycling, open workouts and even golf yardages.
Garmin Vivoactive 4 key features
- Available in 40mm/45mm sizes
- 5ATM water resistance
- Animated, on screen workouts
- Garmin Pay
- Built-in music player with offline Spotify support
- Multisport tracking modes
- Respiration tracking
- Pulse Ox sensor
- Works with Garmin Coach
- Price when reviewed: $349.99
- Check out the Vivoactive 4 specs page
It’s obviously got built-in GPS and a heart rate monitor, and will show you stats on HRV, resting heart rate, stress and energy levels too.
And if you were thinking of picking up an Apple Watch Series 6, you might be interested to know the Garmin Vivoactive 4 already has an SpO2 sensor, which it leverages for blood oxygen checks and respiration monitoring.
It’s a smartwatch aimed at active people, but will do a great job for even seasoned runners – especially those that don’t like to be pigeonholed into one type of activity.
And it’s not the only Garmin worth looking at this Prime Day.
If you’re a really committed runner than the Garmin Forerunner 645 Music has a tasty discount down to $219. That’s actually the more expensive version that offers offline Spotify syncing on the wrist and a host of specific training and recovery metrics based on VO2 Max and HRV.
And finally, if you love hiking then the Garmin Instinct at $149 is hard to ignore. That offers a rugged design, GPX breadcrumb route mapping and a long battery life suited to multi-day adventures.
You can keep up with all the latest deals on our Prime Day deals hub, where we’re curating the smartwatches and wearables worth considering.