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26-06-2020, 20:23   #1
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Garmin vivosport €58 delivered Garmin site

Great deal as lowest i can see is £79 on Amazon..even the UK site has it for £99

Black/fichsia/limelight(large) colors available !!

https://buy.garmin.com/en-IE/GB/p/574602

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26-06-2020, 21:52   #2
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I've had two, second wasn't as accurate as the first but good battery and perfect for casual exercise person like myself. App is great. Certainly worth it at that price so getting one for a 13 year old. Thanks for the tip off!
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26-06-2020, 22:01   #3
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I bought this for €100 from Argos a few weeks ago. Raging! lol
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Brilliant price, just ordered one for my teenage son.
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Would this be a decent basic running watch? Have a Forerunner 10 but it’s a bit outdated and poor GPS battery life.
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27-06-2020, 12:42   #6
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thanks OP, great buy
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Will these monitor sleep?
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Will these monitor sleep?
Yes !
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it's coming up on a few years old at this stage

here is a comprehensive review

https://www.dcrainmaker.com/2017/09/...rt-review.html


something like the more modern huawei band 4 pro would have better sleep-tracking and the addition of blood-oxygen measurement and similar features otherwise (gps etc) for this price range
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28-06-2020, 10:05   #10
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it's coming up on a few years old at this stage

here is a comprehensive review

https://www.dcrainmaker.com/2017/09/...rt-review.html


something like the more modern huawei band 4 pro would have better sleep-tracking and the addition of blood-oxygen measurement and similar features otherwise (gps etc) for this price range
Having used huawei band pro 4...this has better accurate heart rate, stress monitoring, more workout features To name few...battery is better too.
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Thanks for sharing, OP.
Have purchased one.

Note that there are some other items on offer, have bought a different reduced model too.

Full sale listings:
https://buy.garmin.com/en-IE/GB/c169...rter=price-asc
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Having used huawei band pro 4...this has better accurate heart rate, stress monitoring, more workout features To name few...battery is better too.
Sorry for stupid question but by "this" Did you mean the Garmin. Have been looking at something like this few months back but didn't realise you could get these with GPS built in so cheap. Is this the best sub €100 device out there?
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Sorry for stupid question but by "this" Did you mean the Garmin. Have been looking at something like this few months back but didn't realise you could get these with GPS built in so cheap. Is this the best sub €100 device out there?
I think that they meant the garmin

but the huawei band 4 pro is only recently available over in Europe - I wonder if it was an older model.
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It is likely a misprice - UK site lists as 99 pounds reduced. Ours lists it as 113 reduced to 58...
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Sorry for stupid question but by "this" Did you mean the Garmin. Have been looking at something like this few months back but didn't realise you could get these with GPS built in so cheap. Is this the best sub €100 device out there?
I meant garmin...huawei bands are cheap for a reason coz of them being banned at many places...garmin beats it down easily at this price..
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