The Garmin Venu 2 gets a smashingly-good discount for Amazon's Spring Sale event

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The old but gold Garmin Venu 2 gets a smashingly-good discount for Amazon's Spring Sale event
Stylish smartwatches with plenty of features are usually quite expensive. However, Amazon is hosting a Spring Sale shopping event, and we are witnessing many such wearables being sweetly discounted.

For instance, the sleek Garmin Venu 2 is currently $150 off its price. That's a whopping 38% discount you can take advantage of right now if you capitalize on this deal while it's still available. We also encourage you to act fast, as we fully expect Amazon to quickly run out of inventory of this feature-packed smartwatch. After all, that crazy price cut just slingshotted this gorgeous timepiece on top of all the best budget smartwatches you can buy in 2024.

Garmin Venu 2

GPS Smartwatch with Advanced Health Monitoring, 45mm Black Case, Slate Stainless Steel Bezel, Black Silicone Band, 1.3-Inch AMOLED Touchscreen with Optional Always-on Mode and 416 x 416 Pixel Resolution, Up to 11 Days of Battery Life in Smartwatch Mode, Body Battery Energy Monitoring, All-Day Stress Tracking, Blood Oxygen Sensor, Heart Rate, Sleep Tracking, Android and iOS Compatibility

Released in the summer of 2021, the second-gen circular Venu has been discounted by $150 a couple of times before. Those deals didn't last long either, and this time around there's only one model available at that unbeatable price. We're talking about a version with a slate bezel, black case, and black silicone band, which doesn't look very flashy... and that's perfectly fine by us.

The most important thing is what's on the inside anyway, and that includes... quite a lot of neat stuff, actually. While heart rate monitoring is obviously a given in today's wearable industry at pretty much any price point, the Garmin Venu 2 can also supervise your daily stress levels, body battery energy, sleep quality, respiration, workout intensity, and even blood oxygen saturation.

ECG technology and fall detection are likely the only big things missing from this bad boy's health monitoring arsenal, but of course, you can't have it all at such a reasonable price. Especially not when you get up to 11 days of battery life as well. 

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That's roughly... 10 days more than what the costlier Apple Watch Series 9 offers. And yes, the Venu 2 is fully compatible with iPhones in addition to Android handsets. This is an incredibly hard-to-resist deal you're looking at here, and in a way, it's made that much better by the existence of a Garmin Venu 3 edition.

That device is naturally better than the Venu 2 in many important ways, but it's also a lot pricier, and we're not at all convinced the gap between the two generations is justified.

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