Deal: Buy a Garmin Forerunner 45 and get a free Vivofit Jr 2 for your kids

A great deal to get your little ones motivated to move

Right now in the UK, Currys has kicked off its Black Tag Summer Event, and one of the best deals so far is for a free Garmin Vivofit Jr 2 kids fitness tracker when you buy the Garmin Forerunner 45.

The Forerunner 45, which has only recently launched, is Garmin's entry level sports watch and successor to the massively popular Forerunner 35 watch.

You can buy the Forerunner 45 for £169 and get the Vivofit Jr 2, which normally costs £79.99, bundled in for free. That's a combined saving of £159.98 over buying both of the devices separately.

While the Vivofit Jr 2, designed for kids aged 4-7, launched in 2018 and is still one of the best kids fitness trackers out there. It comes with the option of two different band sizes and is available in a selection of Disney, Marvel or Star Wars looks. We scored it 3.5/5 in our Vivofit Jr 2 review for its fun design, comfortable fit and chores and rewards system.

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We also scored a 4.5/5 score in our Forerunner 45 review, giving kudos for a fantastic budget watch that packs in plenty of features. While its optical heart rate sensor and screen wasn't best in class, it's hard to ignore all the good things this sports watch can do for the price.

The deal will be around up until Amazon Prime Day, the online retail giant's own big deals bonanza. Prime Day 2019 kicks off on 15 July through to the 16 July where we fully anticipate to see discounted Fitbits, Garmins and maybe some Apple Watches too. If you fancy bagging a great sports watch for yourself and handing over the fitness tracker to one of your kids, this is great deal to get in on.

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