New Year’s is right around the corner, and many retailers are offering discounts to help fight those post-holiday blues. Right now you can snag new tech from Garmin to carry with you into 2022 so that you can track all your fitness and health resolutions and meet your goals over the coming months. Garmin has a host of deals right now, including up to $150 off select smartwatches. You can view all their deals for the New Year (and the new you) below:
Right now Garmin is also offering free ground shipping on orders of $25 or more, and if you spend $499 or more, you’ll get free second-day shipping. Whether you need a fitness tracker, a GPS bike computer or something else altogether, Garmin is probably offering a deal right now. We’ve gone ahead and pulled a few of our favorites from the sale, which you can check out below.
This device shares many of the same tracking and health features as the other Venu models, but the battery only lasts 6 days on a full charge and features a smaller case than the Venu 2. Even so, this is still a great choice for most people and it comes in at a cheaper price point.
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This watch features 8 days of battery life off a single charge and boasts many of the features of the Veru series, though it does lack some of the heart monitoring tech available on the other models.
The Forerunner series has a lot of different features depending on which model you select, but if you’re a runner, these are optimal for training. There are more models available below, but we wanted to highlight the Forerunner 945, the premium GPS running and triathlon smartwatch with music as it is exceptionally durable and offers the most features.
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This mapping GPS allows you to see your stats, track your performance and strive to beat your best time. The 66mm display is easy to read and it gives plenty of insight into how your body responds to training. If you have an e-bike, there are features that show the status if it’s compatible. And you can track farther rides, getting up to 20 hours of riding per charge.