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Deal: Save $60 on the excellent Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music

If you're looking to get a cheap running watch, this Garmin deal is worth picking up. The excellent Vivoactive 3 Music has just dropped in price to just $219.99 - a saving of $60 off its RRP.
If you missed out on Prime Day, this is the lowest price the Vivoactive 3 Music has been sold for in a while. It's typically been hovering around the $249.99 mark, so this new discount sees a further drop on a price that's remained steady since May. The big thing that separates the Vivoactive 3 Music from the standard edition is - you guessed it - music capabilities. The Vivoactive 3 Music has onboard storage to store your favourite tracks so you don't have to bring along your smartphone for tunes.

Deal: Save $60 on the excellent Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music

Better yet, an update finally brought Spotify offline playlist support. So if you're a Spotify Premium member, you can sync your favourite playlists for offline use straight from the watch. Just pair Bluetooth headphones and you're off.

The Vivoactive 3 Music comes with onboard GPS and a heart rate monitor, and can track a whole range of exercise beyond just running including, cycling and swimming. You also have everyday fitness tracking including step counting and continuous heart rate monitoring.

Deal: Save $60 on the excellent Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music


We're big fans of the Vivoactive 3 Music here at Wareable. We awarded it a 4/5 review when we reviewed it at its full $299.99 launch price and before the addition of Spotify support.

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Our review concluded: "The Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music is the phone-free sports watch the Vivoactive 3 always wanted to be. Not only that, but on balance this is Garmin’s best smartwatch right now, and it finally looks the part."

As the price has only just dropped to $219.99, we're not sure if it will stay at this price for very long. If you're keen, snap it up before it gets away. Be sure to check out our other deals content for more smartwatch and fitness tracker bargains, too.

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