DealsDeal on Garmin Venu Sq: save 19% and get this for $161.71

Deal on Garmin Venu Sq: save 19% and get this for $161.71

The Garmin Venu Sq does a good job all around, and we have never seen a Garmin watch at this price with a color screen before. The problem is that the screen quality and design are not as good as the original Venu, which costs more. We had mixed feelings about the cheaper Venu because its watch interface was old and its GPS was slow.

Even though it works the same way as other sports trackers, we wish it looked more like its more expensive counterpart. The Venu Sq is meant to show that Garmin can make a square smartwatch that is both sporty and has a color touchscreen display. So you are getting a polymer case that is 40mm square, 11.5mm thick, and weighs 37.6g.


  • Entry-level price point
  • Long battery life
  • Garmin Pay support on all models
  • Accurate fitness and health tracking
  • Useful and accurate sleep tracking

In contrast, the round Venu has a larger 43mm watch case that is thicker (12.6mm) and heavier (46g) at the same time. Even though both have polymer cases, the Venu Sq’s bezel is made of aluminum, while the Venu’s is made of stainless steel and looks more stylish.

One good thing is that Garmin’s quick-release bands make it easy to take off the 20mm bands and replace them with one of Garmin’s official bands or a compatible band from a third party, which will probably cost less. Garmin watches are always the same when it comes to their ability to resist water. So you’re getting a watch with a 5ATM rating, which means it can be worn in the shower and while swimming.

How to get Garmin 010-02427-00 Venu Sq?

Like almost all Garmin watches, the main reason to buy this one is to track your health and fitness. Garmin does it better than most, and the Sq will give you a good overall experience. On the sensor side, you get built-in GPS and support for the Galileo and Beidou satellite systems, which will help you map the whole world better. Garmin’s Elevate heart rate monitor can be used for training and health features like alerts for an abnormal heart rate and continuous monitoring.

James Hogan
James Hogan
James Hogan is a senior staff writer at Bollyinside, where he has been covering various topics, including laptops, gaming gear, keyboards, storage, and more. During that period, they evaluated hundreds of laptops and thousands of accessories and built a collection of entirely too many mechanical keyboards for their own use.
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