Garmin Vivoactive 3: A perfect amalgamation of music and fitness.

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A fitness tracker with music support is a deadly combination that can make your workout session’s all the more fun and energizing. Though Garmin Forerunner 645 Music got this a year back, the Vivoactive 3 Music is the latest addition to their line. Now, you can store up to 500 songs, create an offline playlist and combine it with your Bluetooth headphones to feel the pump.

Also, the new device will have a glossier and chemically strengthened glass finish making it look all the more appealing. Vivoactive 3 Music will play songs for you and will also do all the other jobs you could have done on the older Vivoactive 3 like heart rate tracking, Garmin Pay, GPS connectivity and sports tracking.

Plus, with Vivoactive 3, users experienced the benefit of weeklong battery life and Garmin claims the Music edition will follow the same pattern. We can expect a bit more power drainage when you are listening to music for obvious reasons.

The Forerunner 645 Music can run for 5 hours when music is combined with GPS and according to Garmin, the Vivoactive 3 will not disappoint us either.

At 30,000 INR which is 3,500 INR more than the original Vivoactive 3, this looks quite an appealing deal in every way. Now you can hammer some tunes on the fly while Garmin can pose as a serious competitor for the likes of Apple, Samsung, and Fitbit.