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Last chance deals to save big on the top smartwatches

TicWatch Pro 3
TicWatch Pro 3 (Image credit: Chris Wedel / Android Central)

Black Friday is over, and so is Cyber Monday, but lucky for you, we have been scouring the web to find you straggler deals on the best Android smartwatches and top fitness trackers.

There are sales on some of the latest smartwatches from Samsung, Mobvoi, and Fossil. Along with fitness trackers from Fitbit, Amazfit, and more. We've even managed to track down deals on smartwatches for kids. So while you may have missed out on the deluge of sales that went down over the last few days, here's your chance to recover and snag awesome wearables without paying full price.

Don't hesitate; sales on these fantastic smartwatches and fitness trackers aren't going to last much longer.

These deals on some of the top smartwatches on the market today are set to end at any moment. So if you missed out on the sales during Black Friday and Cyber Monday or suddenly realized that you forgot to buy a gift — now's your chance to get in those last-minute savings!

Chris Wedel
Chris Wedel
Chris Wedel is a fan of all things tech and gadgets. Living in rural Kansas with his wife and two young boys makes finding ways to get and stay online tricky. By utilizing his years of experience with the tech and mobile communications industries — success is assured. When not conquering connectivity challenges and testing new gadgets, he enjoys cruising a gravel road in his UTV with some good tunes.
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  • Got My tic watch pro 3 today feels good to be back on ware again after having gt2 for 18 months.
  • I'm still struggling to justify having a Smart watch. I have an older 2019 Ticwatch pro and it's painfully slow. I like changing watch faces and seeing snippets of messages and see who's calling. But interacting and replying to messages seems like a waste of time. Even if I had a newer faster watch, I would still pull my phone out to reply and interact with the notification. I have a nice analog Invicta watch that I wear a few times a week and could totally ditch this Smart watch in a second and go back to regular watches. $200-$300 is just too much for something I won't fully use or take advantage of the features. The same can be said of tablets. Too expensive for a bigger version of what I already have on my phone. If I were into Apple, I would probably get some usage from an iPad, but Android tablets are just a bigger version of a phone. If decent Smart watches were