The Hottest Amazon Prime Smartwatch And Fitness Tracker Deals
Happy Amazon Prime Day. That’s right, there’s no need to wait for Black Friday to come around again in order to bag yourself an online shopping bargain. Prime Day means big discounts on a huge array of products on Amazon.
In order to get involved, you’ll need to be a Prime member, which means paying $99 a year, or $10.99 monthly. The good news is, if you haven’t already got yourself a subscription, you can get a month’s free trial to kick things off.
Amongst the deals there’s plenty of great Prime Day deals for smartwatches and fitness trackers. Here’s a selection of tempting offers…
Technically a fitness tracker and not a smartwatch or, as Fitbit calls it, a “smart fitness watch”. Essentially, the Blaze is a Charge HR with extras – upgrading the basic monochrome display to a more watch-like color LCD touchscreen one. It boasts in the same Pure Pulse heart rate monitoring tech and all day activity tracking, and offers real-time coaching on the screen for a range of sports; with automatic detection of your chosen activity on offer.
Usually $198, you can get a Blaze for $138.
Fossil Q smartwatches
A duo of deals here, Fossil has jumped into the Android Wear smartwatch arena with both feet – with a huge range of smartwatches available across multiple brands. But it’s the original two on offer today – the Q Founder and the Q Wander. Both feature that annoying flat-tyre dead area on the display, but don’t let that put you off too much as, the good news is that all models now run the upgraded Android Wear 2.0 software.
It’s 40% off of the regular price for both the Q Wander and Q Founder with multiple models on offer, with prices starting from $153.
Garmin Fenix 3
Sure, there’s a newer Fenix in town, but the Fenix 3 is still a heavy hitter for athletes looking for advanced sports tracking metrics. Designed for people not content with a little weekend jogging, the Fenix 3 is capable of tracking trail running, skiing, open water swimming, cycling and much, much more.
You’d normally have to fork out $499 to get a Fenix 3 on your wrist, but today it’s yours for a penny shy of $320.
Michael Kors Access
Under the Fossil Group banner, the fashion powerhouse announced a duo of new Michael Kors Android Wear devices at Baselworld 2016. The Michael Kors Access smartwatches are squarely aimed at both male and female audiences. There’s a sporty silicone version, with big metal lugs and a thick bezel and there’s a jewel encrusted gold version with slimmer casings.
There’s 20% off the regular $350 price with a Prime subscription.
The Ray features the steps and sleep accuracy you’d expect from a Misfit device but it’s all about the slick good looks – it’s much more attractive and feminine than any other mainstream fitness band. You can even pop out the sleek tubular tracker and pair it with a host of equally stylish accessories.
The Misfit Ray, at $49.99, is under half-price for Prime Day.
Paul Lamkin is the editor-in-chief of Wareable.com.
Published at Tue, 11 Jul 2017 10:54:00 +0000 from Google News