5 Garmin Fitness Trackers Under $250
From basic tracking to multi sport metrics, you will be spoilt for choices!
Seriously, Garmin has a reputation for making some of the best fitness and activity trackers that money can buy, and if 250 bucks is your limit, here are 5 Garmin fitness trackers to seriously consider.
Garmin Fitness Trackers – 5 Wearables Under $250
Garmin Vivofit 3
Up first we have the Garmin Vivifit 3. This activity tracker is amazing value for money, retailing at just $99.99. The device is perfect for those of you who are looking to get into better physical condition, without spending a fortune in the process. This sleek wrist band has an auto activity detection feature, 1 year of battery life, can sync with the Garmin connect mobile app, will log activity, and will even log and monitor your sleep.
Garmin Vivosmart HR
Next we’ll look at the Garmin Vivosmart HR. This wrist band activity tracker costs around $150, but is well worth the extra. It will display calories burnt, steps taken, heart rate, distance covered, stairs climbed, and much more besides. It also features a backlit display that is always on, even in bright sunlight. What’s more, you can sync it with your smart device to receive alerts and notifications as well.
Garmin Vivosmart HR+
Third on our list we have the Garmin vivosmart HR+. At fifty bucks more expensive, at around $199.99, this device basically takes all of the good of the vivosmart HR, and makes it slightly better. It features precise running metrics, GPS integration, move IQ features, 24/7 heart rate monitoring, sleep monitoring, and more. There is a walk/run mode, a virtual pacer, and precision activity tracking capabilities. It too can be synced to the Garmin connect mobile app, and it is also water resistant so you can log your activity whilst in the water.
Our fourth offering of the day is the Garmin Vivomove. This device comes in a sleek and stylish watch design as opposed to a wrist band like the other three devices on our list so far. It retails at around $179.99 and is available in some truly stunning finishes, including stainless steel, black, rose gold, white, and more. You can set yourself daily step goals, you can track steps, sync it with other smart devices with the push of the auto-sync button, and more. Sync it with the Garmin connect mobile app and log your data and view it later
Garmin Vivoactive HR
And finally, last on our list we have the Garmin Vivoactive HR model. At $249.99 it is the most expensive model on our list, but for very good reasons. With a stylish and sleek watch/wristband hybrid finish, this device really does look attractive on the wrist. It allows for: 24/7 heart rate monitoring, a battery life that will last 8 days before it needs charging again, the ability to monitor and compare your progress against aerobic activity goals set by experts, intensity minutes, multiple sports tracking and monitoring, including water sports, smart watch capabilities and smart notifications, heart rate monitoring, auto step goals, GPS enabled tracking, and much more besides. It may be at the top end of your budget, but if you can afford it, this device is well worth the extra cash.