Garmin’s wearable device collection may not be as flashy as the Tizen-powered Samsung Galaxy Watch family or as ubiquitous as the increasingly broad and diverse Apple Watch lineup, but whether you have a passion for fashion or fitness (or a little bit of both), the Kansas-based tech company always has a lot of options available at a wide range of price points.
The “ultimate” Garmin Fenix 5X Plus multisport GPS smartwatch, for instance, is marked down by a whopping $400 at the time of this writing. Of course, you’re looking at an extravagant device here normally priced at an exorbitant $800, so we’re not sure we would go so far as to deem this bad boy affordable even after a deep 50 percent cut.
Alternatively, you can opt for a Garmin Fenix 5X Sapphire model if you don’t mind settling for a battery life of “only” up to 14 days while also giving up blood oxygen saturation monitoring and NFC functionality. As the name suggests, this thing is protected against scratches with sapphire as well, fetching 50 percent less than the usual price of $600.
Finally, the Garmin Forerunner 735XT is a relatively modest running watch with a 1.23-inch color display in tow, as well as GPS and heart rate monitoring technology, available for 28 percent off its $235 list price.
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