Many of the best Cyber Monday deals have come to an end, but there are still plenty of smartwatch sales to be had if you know where to look. We’ve gathered the top Apple Watch deals, Fitbits, and Samsung Galaxy watches all in one place.
If you don’t see the wearable discount you want, there will likely be a few more discounts for Cyber Week happening later on. However, if you’re hoping to save as much money as possible, then you’ll want to take advantage of the best smartwatch deals below.
Best Cyber Week smartwatch deals
How to choose a smartwatch during Cyber Week
Even following Cyber Monday, every manufacturer is going to have deals going on this week. As such, we’re expecting to see a wide variety of smartwatches getting some hefty discounts today throughout Cyber Week.
Our pick for the best smartwatch, the Apple Watch Series 5, will be one to watch closely, but keep an eye out for older Apple Watch models if you want to save more. In fact, it’s such a big item we’ve set up its own article so you can keep an eye on just the Apple Watch alone if you prefer. Just try to avoid deals on the Series 2 and Series 1.
So that’s the iPhone-lovers sewn up — but what about the rest of us? Thankfully, there’s no shortage of excellent smartwatches that work with both Android and iOS, and we expect a large number of them to be available, too. This includes the Galaxy Watch Active from Samsung, some of Garmin’s outdoors watches, and even a number of fashion-forward models, like those from Fossil and Kate Spade. These are the more trustworthy brands in the space.
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