Garmin makes a lot of fitness watches. The is the company's general all-around fitness smartwatch, and the newest version, the Vivoactive 3 Music, adds music storage much like Garmin's more runner-focused (and expensive) that arrived earlier this year. The $300 watch is available now.
The Vivoactive 3 Music has a pretty complete set of features: onboard storage for 500 songs, although they have to be sideloaded from a computer, much like theand ; iHeartRadio and upcoming Deezer support for music synced from a phone; Garmin Pay ; GPS; and up to a seven-day battery life (5 hours with GPS on).
It's basically the Vivoactive 3, but with music. Garmin's also promising an improved sleep tracking system that's arriving "soon," using heart rate variability and adding REM, light and deep sleep awareness -- much like what Fitbit already does. The sleep tracking enhancements will come to the Vivoactive 3, Forerunner 645, Forerunner 935, Fenix 5 watches, Vivosport, Vivosmart 3 and .
See, I told you Garmin makes a lot of fitness watches.
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