Save $61 on a Garmin Forerunner 245 Music Running Smartwatch

We have the benefit, with today’s technology, to get devices that meet our needs. If you’re a runner who enjoys listening to your favorite tunes while hitting the track, you’ll like the Garmin Forerunner 245 Music Running Smartwatch. You can add your favorite streaming music and receive advanced running dynamics for your training.


Sync the smartwatch with various music streaming services, including Spotify and Deezer. Sync your favorite playlists for ad-free listening and store up to 500 songs on the device. Transfer music from your computer and listen through headphones via Bluetooth.



Garmin Forerunner Music Smartwatch

The Garmin Forerunner 245 Music Running Smartwatch will allow you to make smarter training decisions to help you prepare for your next race. Watch your VO2 max and erase your concerns about heat and altitude, as the watch will understand the impacts on your performance. Your exercise history and performance indicators are evaluated to see whether you’re training productively. Get feedback from your aerobic and anaerobic training.


Create custom workouts with the tools available in the Garmin Connect online fitness community or download free workouts. Alternatively, try Garmin Coach to help you meet your goals before your next race. Expert coaches can offer free training plans that will adapt to you and your goals. Also, add activity profiles for cycling, swimming, and rowing, as well as training on an elliptical or stair-stepper.


Take $61.04 off the price of this GPS smartwatch in Black and pay just $288.95. Also, get it in White for $289.98 and Aqua for $299.99. It’s also available with a heart rate monitor, HRM, or running dynamics pod and with or without music in assorted colors and prices.


Garmin Forerunner 245 Music Running Smartwatch



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