Deal: Garmin's Vivosmart 4 keeps tabs on your body battery for its lowest-ever price

Garmin's smart fitness tracker for cheap

If you're after a fitness tracker that does more than the norm, the Garmin Vivosmart 4 lives up to its name. It's currently available for its lowest-ever price from Amazon and can be picked up for as little as $98.81 - a saving of over $30.

Only the black models are available for this discounted price, but if you're after a more discreet wearable it's the best bet anyway. Both sizes are available for a discount, albeit with a $0.04 difference for the large model. Be sure to check the extra $1.14 coupon that automatically comes off during checkout.

So what sets the Vivosmart 4 apart from other fitness tracker rivals? The two big features are a pulse oxygen sensor and what Garmin calls 'Body Battery'.

In a nutshell, the pulse oxygen sensor looks at the oxygen saturation in your blood. Our Vivosmart 4 review stated: "For someone who’s healthy, pulse ox is going to be something you check rarely, but for someone suffering from sleep apnea or AFib, the Vivosmart 4 could be a way to detect the signs."

Deal: Garmin's Vivosmart 4 keeps tabs on your body battery for a discounted price

Body battery, on the other hand, gives you an indication of just what condition your body is in during the day, taking into account the impact of both exercise and stress. If you want a better understanding of whether you should fit in an extra workout or have a recovery day, it's a helpful metric.

The Vivosmart 4 isn't going to be the best choice for anyone more serious about their outdoor workouts, however. That's mainly because it doesn't have built-in GPS or the ability to use your phone's for more accurate distance and pace metrics.

But if you're looking for a fitness tracker that does more than the average, it's a good choice especially considering the new price. Don't forget to sign up for an Amazon Prime trial if you're not already a member for expedited delivery.

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