Now that we’re officially one week into the new decade, you’ll probably want to start reaching for those New Year’s resolutions, if you haven’t already started your training plan. But whether you want to increase your mileage, train for that big race, or find your footing for the first time, there’s a good chance you might need some motivation to turn your 2020 fitness goals into a reality. Amazon can help, thanks to its great sales on everything from running shoes to treadmills to foam rollers. Today, the online retailer is also taking over $155 off the Garmin Forerunner 645 GPS running watch.
Known for its precise GPS tracking, Garmin produces some of the most popular running watches around—and the Forerunner 645 is no exception. In addition to tracking your whereabouts, the watch is decked out with technology to monitor your ground contact time balance, stride length, vertical ratio, and more to refine your pace and overall performance. The watch will also keep track of all your training and recovery data to let you know if you’re hitting those resolutions (or even over-training).
But the Forerunner 645 GPS watch has a lot more to offer than an analytical look at your workouts. Not only can you download up to 500 songs on the watch, but you can also use Garmin Pay to grab a drink or snack mid-run. Best of all? The Forerunner 645 GPS watch has up to seven days of battery life when in smartwatch mode, so you can stay connected all week long without running out of juice.
Garmin’s Forerunner 645 with music normally costs $450, but you can currently buy it on Amazon for as low as $294, depending on the color. Though we think this watch is a worthy investment for many runners, the standard Forerunner 645 without music storage is also on sale for about $250.
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