Amazon isn't messing around this Black Friday. Kicking off these daily deals with a great way to save on a Garmin smartwatch (opens in new tab). This sale knocks up to 50% off the price of the watches, and you'll find the savings are available on several different colors. The four watches on sale are the Garmin Vivoactive 3, Approach S20, Forerunner 645, and Fenix 5S. Each one does something a little different, so find the style and the functionality that works for you.
The Approach S20 (opens in new tab) is the least expensive option with prices starting at $105.99. The smartwatch has never sold for less than $130 before, and it often goes as high as $200. This is a GPS Golf Tracking smartwatch perfect for 18 holes. It can track your steps, track fairways hit, and provide post-round analysis. You can use it off the course, too, to stay active in between golf trips.
Spend a lot of time out on the green? Track your steps for the day, get info on your golf shot, and more with this smartwatch. You can use it outside of golfing, too, to keep your activity up.
$130 $25 off
The Fenix 5S (opens in new tab) is down to $299.99 today. That's a $300 price drop, and it has never come within $150 of this price before. This is a rugged, well-designed multi-sport smartwatch made with Sapphire Glass. It can track your heart rate and has preloaded activity profiles. Use Garmin Connect to get smart notifications, automatic uploads, and connect with the online community. The battery lasts for up to six days.
This is a smartwatch designed to be a good fashion choice as well. It has all the advanced features of a regular smartwatch, including GPS and heart-rate tracking, but uses elegance and style in its design.
$500 $200 off
That's just two of the possibilities, and don't forget to look at the different colors available. Check out the full sale (opens in new tab) for more options.
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