Deal: The Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music has finally dropped below $200

Run to the beat for cheap

If you want a way to go for a run without your phone, this exceptional deal on the Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music will be - well - music to your ears. It's currently $80 off its usual price, bringing it down to just $199.99. A deal too good to be missed as it's the lowest price the Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music has been sold on Amazon.

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As you would expect, the Vivoactive 3 Music has the capacity to store your own music on the device. So you can simply pair some Bluetooth wireless headphones to listen to music during a workout. That means you don't have to bring your phone along.

Better yet, thanks to an update, the Vivoactive 3 Music now supports Spotify offline playback. That means you can save your favourite tracks from Spotify to the device and listen without a network connection.

Beyond the music, the Vivoactive 3 Music has everything a runner could need, including built-in GPS, a decent heart rate monitor and smartwatch functions like being able to view your notifications. It also has built-in support for 15 different workouts including pool swimming and cycling.

We gave the Vivoactive 3 Music a 4 out of 5 score in our review, stating: "The Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music is the phone-free sports watch the Vivoactive 3 always wanted to be. Not only that, but on balance this is Garmin’s best smartwatch right now, and it finally looks the part."

As always, these prices are always subject to change, so don't hang about if you want to avoid disappointment. To put this price into perspective, the standard Garmin Vivoactive 3 is $189.99, meaning you're paying just $10 more for the more premium model. It's a no-brainer going for the Music edition.

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