Best Screen Protectors for the Garmin Vivosport in 2020

Best Screen Protectors Garmin Vivosport
Best Screen Protectors Garmin Vivosport (Image credit: Garmin)

Whether you use your Garmin Vivosport smartwatch for indoor workouts, outdoor fitness challenges, health and stress tracking, or just checking the weather, you're no doubt a big fan of that always-on color touchscreen display. Help shield it by adding an extra layer of protection with a transparent screen protector. Once on, you won't notice it's there, but it will be quietly keeping your watch's display scratch and mark-free.

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Any of these solutions will give you a robust level of protection for your Garmin Vivosport's display. Our overall staff pick, the Rbeik Clear Scratch-Resistant Screen Protectors, have that all-important 9H hardness rating will which shield your watch from even a blade.

If you use your Garmin Vivosport in bright conditions, then consider the IQ Shield Matte Screen Protectors. As well as offering protection from damage, this solution has anti-glare properties, making it easier to see your watch's screen.

Anyone who wants to guarantee protection for their Garmin Vivosport for the life of their device should take a look at the DeltaShield BodyArmor Screen Protectors for Garmin Vivosport. These come with a no questions asked lifetime replacement warranty, so you can rest assured your investment will be worth it.

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