While it's crucial for everyone to practice social distancing and stay home as much as possible, it's still important to get out of the house every once in a while for some fresh air. Going to the gym right now isn't a smart idea, but you can still take a run around where you live and practice social distancing outside. This Garmin Forerunner 35 GPS running watch can keep you on track and get you back home no matter which direction you turn.
With the watch on sale for just $99.99 at Best Buy, this is your chance to save $20 off its usual cost and pick one up at one of the best prices it's ever reached. Only the black model is on sale currently, though if you're partial to the blue, green, or white colors, they're available at their regular price of $119.99.
Track your speed, distance, and location with automatic uploads to keep tabs on all the data. You won't even need to bring your phone along.
$119.99 $20 off
The Forerunner 35 has a built-in GPS that can track how far, how fast, and where you run. You'll also get 24/7 heart rate monitoring. Set up alerts that vibrate when you've reached certain goals or need running prompts and other notifications. Get automatic software updates, and set it up to automatically upload your data, too. The watch works in water up to five meters, is visible both in and outdoors, and can work up to 9 days without the GPS active.
Best Buy offers free shipping on orders totaling $35 or more, so you won't have to worry about an added shipping charge once you reach checkout. At this time, Best Buy is not allowing customers to go inside, though you do have the option of choosing free curbside pickup if for some reason you need this item in your hands before the end of the night. Of course, that option is only available in select locations.
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