Deal: Garmin vívosmart HR Fitness Tracker $70 - 11/25/16

Fitness trackers are no doubt going to be one of the bigger sellers throughout this year's golden quarter, and while the Fitbit brand is one that many will be hoping to get this year, Garmin have been on a roll this year, too. In fact, the company was one of the few to make huge gains in the wearables market this year, and the firm will be wanting to keep this momentum up as we enter a new year. Before that year is up of course, we have the Black Friday deals weekend, and the Vivosmart HR is probably going to be a big seller for the firm, especially at this sort of price. Right now, this fitness tracker from Garmin is on sale for just $69.99, which is a fair bit off of the usual $99.99 that it's often been seen at.

Available in both Regular and X-Large models, the Garmin Vivosmart HR is on sale for $69.99 for a new model, this is not a deal on a refurbished unit, although it does appear to be on just the black version. Much like the Fitbit Charge 2, the Vivosmart HR is designed to accurately track all activity, whether or not that's in the gym or outdoors. Heart rate tracking in a device like this is great to make sure that whatever you're doing is tracked accurately, and not just in terms of how many steps you've taken. With a battery life of five days or more on a single charge, this is a fitness tracker that will appeal to the majority of users out there. Having a display that's nice and readable no matter the lighting is something that will also help people reach their fitness goals.

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