Best Garmin Deals: Save Up to $200 on Garmin Wearables and More
Some of the best smartwatches, fitness trackers and other accessories from Garmin are discounted right here.
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Though the warm weather won't last too much longer, for true athletes there is no offseason. And if you want a fitness tracker that's as tough as you are, you'll want to grab a Garmin. These are some of the most rugged and durable trackers and smartwatches on the market, and right now you can get your hands on one for as much as $200 off the list price.
The company has top-tier models in a variety of styles and a mix of price points, and many models are designed with military-grade toughness that can handle just about anything. They're also built with cutting-edge features and tracking capabilities that you can take advantage of both on and off the grid. Garmin tech gets pretty pricey, but it's worth the investment -- especially when you find Garmin gear on sale.
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Below, we've rounded up some of the best offers and discounts you can find right now on Garmin's high-tech smartwatches, fitness trackers, GPS navigators and more. We'll continue to update this story as prices change and deals emerge or expire -- be sure to check back for the best prices on all things Garmin, so you can get high-quality devices for less.
This Fenix 7 has a 47mm case and gets up to 22 days of battery life in smartwatch mode with solar charging. It also keeps track of your heart rate and has plenty of preloaded activities, maps and more, along with the ability to store music on your wrist. It also has PacePro and keeps up with your performance metrics, so you can continue to make progress.
The Fenix 6 Pro Solar multisport GPS smartwatch gets up to 14 days of battery life and has solar charging capabilities that can boost your battery life while you're outdoors. This watch has a 1.3-inch display, and it's been tested to US military standards for thermal, shock and water resistance. It has built-in sports apps, multi-GNSS support, sensors and maps, and it can help you pace your running with its PacePro feature. It can also play music on your wrist without you having to pair it with a phone. It has features related to heart rate and blood oxygen as well.
The Venu is packed full of helpful health metrics like heart rate, blood-oxygen saturation, breathing, sleep cycle and more. You can even log your hydration for a more accurate read on your body's energy levels throughout the day. It typically sells for $350, but right now at Amazon you can pick up the gold and black model for just $220. Other variants are still full price.
This watch offers eight days of battery life on a single charge and boasts many of the features of the Venu series, though it does lack some of the heart-monitoring tech available on the other models. This price is only available on the 40mm silver and variants, though you can snag the 45mm silver variant on sale as well.
The Forerunner is a good midrange pick for those who are looking to fine-tune their workout without breaking the bank. It tracks tons of helpful health metrics, including your heart rate, blood-oxygen levels, sleep patterns and much more. And when you pair it with Garmin's chest strap monitor (sold separately), you can get detailed information to help improve your form like your stride length, ground contact time, vertical oscillation and much more.
The Forerunner series has a lot of different features depending on which model you select, but if you're a runner, these are optimal for training. There are more models available below, but we wanted to highlight the Forerunner 945, the premium running and triathlon smartwatch with music, as it's exceptionally durable and offers the most features.
If you don't want to drop over $400 on the Forerunner 945, its step-down cousin Forerunner 935 is still an excellent choice. It's not quite as scratch-resistant and has a less powerful GPS, but it shares many of the 945's features and trackers, including heart-rate, oxygen levels and advanced biomechanical measurements like cadence, stride length and vertical oscillation.
This premium navigator comes with Amazon Alexa to make playing your music, checking your calendar, creating tasks and setting routes easier than ever. It features a 6.95-inch screen and detailed maps of North America. Alexa can even control compatible smart devices like lights and locks from the car, so you can park and unload without ever being in the dark. The best price you'll find right now is $260 at Amazon, which saves you $40 compared to buying it from Garmin directly.