We are less than a week away from the most anticipated shopping day of the year and no, we aren’t referring to Black Friday. Amazon’s Prime Day will start on July 15 just after midnight Pacific Time and run for 48 hours, the longest Prime Day sale ever, up from 36 hours in 2018.
Amazon sets aside a limited stock for these occasions, so act fast to cash in on these deals. That being said, we rounded up some most popular and heavily discounted smart watches you’ll want in order to remain committed to your fitness goals. We’ll also be updating this list as new items go one sale and prices change. Keep in mind, you have to be a Prime member in order to participate in Prime Day. If you aren’t, sign up now so you’re ready to shop on July 15.
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If you were waiting for the right time to buy an Apple Watch, perhaps Prime Day is the perfect occasion. The Series 3 model is swim proof and promises a battery life of up to 18 hours.
Shop it: $229 (was $309)
There’s no denying Garmin’s relevancy in the smartwatch industry and the Vívoactive easily measures up against competitors. With more than 15 preloaded sports apps, diversifying your workout and remaining committed to your goals have never been easier.
Shop it: 186 (was $249)
There’s a FitBit watch for every exercise level, and the Ionic is built for those serious about tracking their steps, sleep schedule and heart rate. Workouts are personalized with step-by-step coaching and there’s even an on-screen guidance function where someone demos each move for you.
Shop it: $200 (was $250)
With one of the largest discounts on this list, the Coros Multisport is designed to bring you performance-based metrics so prepping for a triathlon or training for a marathon is a breeze. With this on your wrist, be prepared to hit that personal record quicker than you imagined.
Shop it: $199 (was $299)
The Garmin Fenix 5s combines technology and style into one watch that’s guaranteed to satisfy all your requirements. It’s a bit of a splurge, but with features such as multinetwork satellite reception and battery life that lasts up to seven days, it’s well worth the investment.
Shop it: $699 (was $749)
Control the rest of your compatible smart devices (door locks, TVs, etc) from the comfort of your wrist. The Samsung Gear has a smooth, yet minimal interface that makes it ideal for someone new to the smart watch trend.
Shop it: $225 (was $300)