Authorized Garmin dealer brings Vivoactive 3 price down to $155 with standard warranty

Authorized Garmin dealer brings Vivoactive 3 price down to $155 with standard warranty
After unveiling more than half a dozen new smartwatches ahead of IFA 2019 and at the actual trade show in Berlin, Garmin brought the prices of many of its older wearable devices down for 30 hours only to celebrate the company's 30th anniversary. While that special sale has obviously concluded, you should know you don't necessarily have to spend a full 250 bucks to get the popular Vivoactive 3 now.

Instead, you can find the sporty smartwatch at a very reasonable price of $155.10 on eBay in a classic (and classy) black color with a stainless steel bezel and a large case made from a robust combination of the same aforementioned material and fiber-reinforced polymer. The greatest thing about this killer deal is that it allows you to pick up the Garmin Vivoactive 3 at a substantial discount in brand-new, unused, unopened, and undamaged condition with its original packaging included. 

The eBay seller that can hook you up with this awesome bargain is not only incredibly experienced and highly rated, with a positive feedback average score of 98.8 percent, but also an authorized Garmin dealer, thus throwing in a standard 1-year warranty, as well as free nationwide 2-day shipping. Basically, there's no difference between purchasing a Vivoactive 3 from Buydig on eBay and Garmin directly on the company's official website. Apart from a price gap of at least 95 bucks at the time of this writing, that is.

While not exactly a full-featured Apple Watch challenger, the Garmin Vivoactive 3 can definitely fend off the likes of the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active or Fitbit Versa with standalone GPS functionality, a built-in heart rate monitor, super-advanced activity tracking technology, a swim-proof design, a decent 1.2-inch screen sporting a resolution of 240 x 240 pixels, and a stellar battery life of up to 7 days in "smartwatch mode."

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