The Garmin Forerunner 245 is one of the best running and best Garmin watches you can buy, even with its successor, the Forerunner 255 is now on the shelves.
While 255 is still at full price, that’s early Amazon Prime Day deal on Forerunner 245 drops price from $349.99 to $253.98 (Opens in a new tab)And it’s only $4 off its lowest price ever.
Considering all you get in this running watch, this is a great buy now, and may be even better than its brand new counterpart.
This discount is an Amazon Prime Day early sale, and we’re not sure when it’ll end – so if you want one, you might want to grab it ASAP to ensure you get this on your wrist as soon as possible.
The Garmin Forerunner 245 packs a wealth of features into a stylish and lightweight watch. There’s GPS onboard, tracking a wide range of activities (including running, cycling and swimming, this multisport watch was designed with athletes in mind), all-day heart rate monitoring, and tips to help you with Manage your training load.
That price makes it a more attractive option, and while the Forerunner 255 has a bunch of new features, we don’t think it has quite enough new stuff to justify the price difference.
With 245 practically at its lowest price ever, this deal is a great opportunity to pick up a stellar running watch.
As mentioned, this is one of the lowest prices we’ve seen for the Forerunner 245, and we can’t be sure that it will drop during the Amazon Prime Day sale on July 12 and 13. However, keep checking our Amazon Prime Day hub, as if this deal isn’t for you, you’ll definitely find more great smartwatch deals over the next few days.
With a master’s degree in journalism from Cardiff University, Matt began his career in digital journalism in Men’s Health and lasted for more than two years, earning his strips in health and fitness reports. Since then, his byline has been featured in a variety of publications and websites including Runner’s World, Women’s Health, Men’s Fitness, LiveScience and Fit & Well on everything from exercise to nutrition to mental health, along with extreme sports coverage of Red Bull.
Stretching is Matt’s best fitness tip. He originally discovered exercise through martial arts, holds a black belt in Karate, and trained for many years in kickboxing. During COVID, he also fell in love with yoga, combining an extended martial arts style with a bit of personal space.
When he’s not training or writing about health and fitness, he can be found reading dense fantasy books that have a lot of fantasy maps in them.