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There has never been a better time to buy a Fitbit or Garmin smartwatch

Prime Day is finally here! The much-anticipated sale event has discounted everything from big tech gadgets to wearables like smartwatches. Garmin and Fitbit smartwatches are seeing some of the biggest sales ever with some options seeing over $250 off. These are some of the best Prime Day smartwatch deals available so get shopping now! These sales run out once Prime Day ends, so don’t miss your chance to snap up a snazzy new smartwatch today.

Once Prime Day deals come to an end, Black Friday smartwatch deals soon start to show up on the horizon, so be here to check them out.

Fitbit Versa 2 — $128, was $180

The Fitbit Versa 2 comes with Alexa built-in so your smartwatch doubles as a voice assistant that can do everything from track your exercises, set up reminders, or give you the daily weather forecast of your region. This smartwatch also has a six-day battery life and an always-on display, making it one of the most efficient smartwatches currently on the market. You can also track all your workouts — even when you’re underwater with this water-proof smartwatch. Even monitor your accurate sleep score based on your resting heart rate, REM cycle, and time spent awake. You’ll even get a 90-day trial of Fitbit premium for a more personalized workout routine. Get the Fitbit Versa 2 now for the reduced price of $128

Garmin Vivoactive 4S — $200, was $350

Track everything from this smartwatch including your heart rate, sleep levels, and even your blood oxygen levels. This Garmin smartwatch will become your personal workout coach with animated workouts available straight from your watch screen. There’s also up to 20 preloaded indoor sports apps including yoga, swimming, and more, so no matter which workout you choose, your smartwatch will accurately track it. You even have up to seven days of battery life and integrated smart safety tracking features which will immediately alert your contacts if it detects you were in an accident. Do everything from controlling your music, tracking your workouts, and even responding to your texts and emails, straight from your wrist. Get the Garmin Vivoactive 4S this prime day for only $200.

Garmin Forerunner 645 — $220, was $450

The Forerunner 645 is designed for runners. This smartwatch has on-device music storage so you can download up to 500 of your favorite songs. Monitor your running performance to see if your training routine works for you. Check to see if you’re reaching your training limits or if you’re managing to overachieve. Add on compatible accessories to further measure your running metrics including stride length, ground contact time, and cadence. There are also tons of built-in activity profiles including cycling, swimming, and even paddle sports so you can track more than just your outdoor run. Even respond to texts, check your social media, or let your friends track your run with this smartwatch. Stay connected with the Garmin Forerunner 645, now on sale for just $220

Garmin Fenix 5s Plus — $350, was $750

This multisport smartwatch provides you with built-in road-mapping so you get everything from navigation, location tracking, and even Trendline Popularity Routing to find the best trails to undertake. You also have an altimeter, barometer, and compass included for all sorts of outdoor navigation — perfect if you’re a seasoned hiker. You can even keep track of your performance metrics to see how well your training went on any particular day. There’s also an accurate heart monitor that’s even able to calculate your stress levels on a daily basis. Like the Forerunner, you can also store tons of music on your watch and access all your smartphone features including texting and emailing from your wrist. Its bold design also features a sunlight-readable display, so you’ll have no problem reading your screen in the toughest of conditions. Get the Garmin Fenix 5S Plus for $350 this Prime Day.

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