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If you're looking for a smartwatch, Prime Day is a great time to pick up a device for less. Amazon is offering a bunch of smartwatch deals and Garmin tops the list with discounts of at least 50% products that fits all budgets. Read to see what we curated as the best watches to purchase in the hours winding down to one of the biggest online sales of the year.
This multisport GPS watch features the Elevate wrist heart rate technology, which provide the most accurate stats in your pursuit to a healthy lifestyle. The sleek look sets the fēnix 5s apart from competitors because it gives off more of a stylish appeal so it coordinates with most outfits. At $200 off, you’d regret passing on this lightning deal.
One happy customer wrote: “For fitness I don’t believe there is another watch out there that can touch what Garmin has in their Fēnix series. I have apps and widgets for everything I normally do in the gym, on the track, on trails, on bikes, and so much more. I love the constant tracking of my heart rate, my sleep, my steps, and my calories. It’s especially helpful that I can link the Garmin Connect app to other fitness and diet apps on my phone so I can get a complete picture of what my fitness looks like all day long.”
Shopt it: $400 (was $600)
With over 15 preloaded GPS and indoor sports apps, including yoga, running and swimming, diversifying your workout has never been easier. The vívoactive 3 tracks you fitness level with VO2 max and other estimates, all while taking note of how you handle stress. For those always on the move, you’ll love the seven-day battery life in smartwatch mode and 13 hours in GPS mode.
After trying other model, Jorge B couldn’t be happier with this device: “I tried various different fitness trackers / smart watches before settling on this one. The battery life is phenomenal compared to what you get - always on screen + notifications for 3+ days! The galaxy watch could barely match this with lots of settings off to ensure battery life lasted. This is simple, does not feel super heavy like the galaxy watch, and the software is great - especially for strength training. It even has auto rep count! If you like something practical, not flashy, and functional, go with this!”
Shop it: $150 (was $250)
If you’re looking for an equally as functional yet more budget friendly option, consider the Forerunner 35. At just $85, it’s one of the more cheaper smart watches Amazon is discounting on Prime Day. Not only does it track your steps and calories all day, but it automatically uploads your information to Garmin Connect, their free online fitness community where users can join challenges, receive insights and share your progress on the way to a healthier lifestyle.
An avid runner wrote: “This watch is good for the beginner GPS watch wearer or the beginner athlete. But it’s also great for people like me, who just want the basics and don’t want to get bogged down by a million features. I use it primarily for running, but I do use it for cross training (a lot of biking) as well.”
Shop it: $85 (was $170)