Amazon has just dropped two massive discounts for its Black Friday Countdown sale, bringing the newly released Vivoactive 4 and Vivoactive 4S down to their lowest prices yet. Both have had $50 slashed from their usual price, meaning you can bag a superb running watch for just $299.99 as part of Garmin Black Friday.
Amazon: Garmin Vivoactive 4 – Save $50
Amazon: Garmin Vivoactive 4S – Save $50
The main thing separating the two models is size. The 4S will cater to smaller wrists, measuring 40mm whereas the Vivoactive 4 comes in at a larger 45mm.
The good news is that the same big discount is available on both models, so you’re free to pick whichever is most suitable. You also have a choice of different colors with the same big discount.
Considering these running watches were only released in September, we weren’t expecting such a large discount quite so soon. Amazon has kept the Vivoactive 4 at its full RRP and even marketplace sellers haven’t come anywhere close to offering $50 off, making this a genuine bargain.
We gave the Vivoactive 4 a 4/5 review when we tested it at full price. Now that you can bag one for $299.99, it’s an even stronger recommendation. In our review we concluded: “The Garmin Vivoactive 4 is another great sports-focused smartwatch that you’re going to struggle to find something better for the price. While smartwatch features have largely stayed the same as its predecessor, there’s even more going on on the health and fitness front.“
This sale on the Vivoactive 4 joins other big discounts from Amazon including $100 off the Garmin Venu. If you’re after more of a smartwatch focus, that could be the better choice for the same money.
Amazon: Garmin Venu – Save $100
Needless to say, these discounts aren’t likely to be topped by anyone else, so snap them up before they’re gone.
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