Black Friday running watch deal: Garmin Forerunner 645 Music 45% off

This music-playing running watch has never been cheaper
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If you're after a top-notch running watch that can play music, you don't want to miss out on this Black Friday 2019 saving on the excellent Garmin Forerunner 645 Music. It's an incredible $204.30 off, bringing it down to just $245.69 a price that's never been lower from Amazon for Garmin Black Friday.

Of course the biggest draw of the Forerunner 645 Music is its music storage. While you can load up your own MP3s, by far the easiest way to get music on board is if you're a Spotify Premium member. The Forerunner 645 Music supports offline Spotify playlists, making getting new tunes on an absolute breeze.

The support for Spotify playlists was only a later addition, mind you. A software update has now arrived that lets you use the popular streaming service for its bumper music catalogue. When we first reviewed the Forerunner 645 Music that was yet to be an option. That still didn't stop us awarding it 4/5, however.

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The Forerunner 645 Music is also one of the best running watches out there, packing in the requisite GPS and heart rate monitor alongside that music storage.

It doesn't have some of the more advanced multi-sport features of the Fenix range, so if storage for maps and more niche sports is your thing, consider this 50% saving on a Fenix 5X Sapphire.

We're rounding up other great deals just like this elsewhere on Wareable, so be sure to check out our coverage if you're bargain hunting this festive season.

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