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Garmin Venu Fitness Watch Reaches Lowest-Ever Price at Amazon

The Garmin Venu fitness smartwatch.

Need a companion for your fitness journey? Whether you’re lifting weights, cycling, running, or swimming, Garmin’s fitness smartwatches can track your activity and help you reach your goals. And during today’s Amazon sale, you can buy the excellent Garmin Venu smartwatch at its lowest ever price—just $200.

The Garmin Venu is one of the best fitness smartwatches available today. It can track your daily energy levels, respiration, stress, sleep, heart rate, menstrual cycle, and more using advanced sensors. And with cool features like NFC payments systems and offline music streaming, the Venu will come in handy during your day-to-day, not just when you’re exercising.

If you’re looking for something more affordable, the Garmin Vivosmart 4 fitness tracker is a killer option. It costs just $91 during today’s sale, but features advanced sleep and heart rate tracking features, plus a blood oxygen sensor.

Garmin 010-02173-31 Venu, GPS Smartwatch, Bright Touchscreen Display, Features Music, Body Energy Monitoring, Animated Workouts, Pulse Ox Sensor and More, Gold with Black Band

The Garmin Venu can track all of your workouts (even if you swim) and comes with tons of guided exercises. It can download music for offline streaming, pay at cash registers using NFC, track your health, and monitor your sleep. Grab it now for its lowest price ever.

Garmin vivosmart 4, Activity and Fitness Tracker w/ Pulse Ox and Heart Rate Monitor, Rose Gold with Gray Band

The Garmin Vivosmart 4 gets even more affordable during today's Amazon sale. Use it to track your workouts, monitor your sleep, check your heart rate, and even see your blood oxygen saturation levels.

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