Black Friday is coming, but a few retailers decided they couldn't wait 'til the end of the month and are offering Black Friday-level discounts right now! Over at Amazon, the Garmin vivoactive 3 is now priced starting at just $148.28, rather than its usual cost of $250. Discounts of up to $110 bring these hybrid fitness trackers and smartwatches down to the lowest prices we've ever seen them reach there.
While only the White/Silver model of the vivoactive 3 can be purchased for $148, the Black model is priced just a bit higher at $155.84. Alternatively, you could grab it at B&H for $150 with free expedited shipping. The other Garmin deals mentioned in this post are available there as well.
Choose between Black and White models of Garmin's vivoactive 3 hybird fitness tracker and smartwatch with either stainless or slate hardware for as low as $148 while supplies last at Amazon.
Starting at $150
The most affordable options for the vivoactive 3 feature a stainless steel body, though you can upgrade to a slate model for just $20 more. That saves you $110 off its usual cost. There's a White with Rose Gold model on sale for $169.99 today as well.
Sure, these hybrid smartwatch and fitness trackers can tell time, but they can also do much more than that. You'll be able to use Garmin Pay for an easy way to pay for your purchases with a tap, including adding supported cards from your bank. You can also personalize it with thousands of free faces, apps, and more. It's capable of tracking up to 14 days of activity with seven timed activities and comes with more than 15 pre-loaded GPS and indoor sport apps.
You can even pair the vivoactive 3 with your smartphone to get advanced features like smart notifications, automatic uploads through Garmin Connect, and more. The battery life lasts up to seven days or as long as 13 hours in GPS mode. Plus, it's compatible with both iOS and Android devices.
This is just one of many Black Friday deals that are now available. Don't miss out on the chance to shop early before the rush starts!
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