Run, don't walk – Garmin's latest heart rate monitor is cheaper than ever at Amazon today

Woman wearing Garmin HRM-Fit heart rate monitor
(Image credit: Garmin)

If you're quick, you can grab the Garmin HRM-Fit, for just £127.32 at Amazon while stock lasts. That's the cheapest this cleverly designed heart rate monitor has ever been, and a great deal if you want to take your running or cycling training to the next level.

Garmin launched the HRM-Fit in January this year. Like the company's other chest strap heart rate monitors, it sits against your skin and detects electrical impulses to measure heart rate more accurately than the optical sensor in a running watch. Unlike other devices, however, the HRM-Fit is designed specifically for women, and attaches to your sports bra so you don't have to wear a separate band around your chest while you exercise.

If you're not in the UK, scroll down to the bottom of this article for today's best deals on the Garmin HRM-Fit where you are.

Garmin HRM-Fit:£159.99£127.32 at AmazonSave £32.67

Garmin HRM-Fit: £159.99 £127.32 at Amazon
Save £32.67 Garmin's latest heart rate monitor has hit its lowest ever price at Amazon. Unlike other monitors, the HRM-Fit is designed specifically for women, and attaches directly to your sports bra. It's a smart design, and a smart choice with this deal.

There are lots of advantages to using this type of heart rate monitor rather than relying entirely on your watch. First of all, it's more responsive, alerting you to changes in heart rate faster, which is extremely helpful for interval sessions where you're training based on heart rate.

A device like the HRM-Fit is also a particularly good choice for athletes like cyclists and weightlifters, because it's not affected by gripping actions like a watch might be. If you've been thinking of taking your training to the next level, it could be the perfect upgrade, particularly at this price.

If you're not in the UK, here are today's best deals on the Garmin HRM-Fit near you:

Cat Ellis

Cat is the editor of Advnture, She’s been a journalist for 15 years, and was fitness and wellbeing editor on TechRadar before joining the Advnture team in 2022. She’s a UK Athletics qualified run leader, and in her spare time enjoys nothing more than lacing up her shoes and hitting the roads and trails (the muddier, the better), usually wearing at least two sports watches.