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Amazon Prime Day: Save a BUNDLE on these Garmin sports watches

There are SENSATIONAL savings to be had on a range Garmin sports watches this Prime Day

Amazon Prime Day is in full swing, with a roster of cracking savings on Garmin’s range of high-performance sports watches. The e-retail event of the year has seen prices slashed on a range of Garmin products, from the entry-level Forerunner 55 to the top-of-the-range Fenix 7.

Many of these offers are Prime Exclusive Deals, which means you’ll need to be an Amazon Prime member in order to avail yourself of these savings. With Amazon offering a free 30-day trial to anyone who’s NOT been a subscriber for 12 months or longer, now’s an optimum time to try Amazon Prime for free.

We’ve rounded up the RAFT of Garmin offers out there this Prime Day in order to decode the deals and help you navigate the cut-price madness. It’s worth noting that Prime Day only lasts 11 July – 12 July, so act fast on these time-sensitive deals to avoid disappointment.

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1. Garmin Fenix 7 (was £527, now £420)

We’re starting strong, with the best EVER price for the outstanding Garmin Fenix 7 (47mm) – the sports watch we crowned “the best of the best” in our five-star, full-length Garmin Fenix 7 review here. The Fenix 7 scored highly for its stellar accuracy, impressive battery life and suite of training and sports capabilities, including Garmin Coach, PacePro for runners and ClimbPro for cyclists. Down to just £420 from an average price of £527, this Prime Day deal marks triple-figure savings of over £100. If you’re after something smaller, the Fenix 7S (which has a 42mm case diameter), is also down to just £420 from £538. And if you’d like to size up, the Fenix 7X (51mm) is £550, from an average of £682.

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2. Garmin Forerunner 255 (was £299, now £230)

Another tidy price cut on a five-star Garmin, the Forerunner 255 is now just £230 in this Prime Exclusive Deal, with £66 lobbed off its average price. We loved the Forerunner 255 for its whopping improvements on the solid Forerunner 245, in particular the accuracy (bolstered) and the battery life (doubled). We had a small quibble with its full price (“still expensive,” we deemed in our full-length Garmin Forerunner 255 review), but a sizeable Prime Day discount has sorted that right out. With impressive features like triathlon support, a barometric altimeter and the ability to connect to multiple satellite networks simultaneously (multi-band GPS), this is a cracking running watch – now reasonably budget-friendly.

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3. Garmin Venu 2 (was £319, now £260)

The Garmin Venu 2 is an eminently comfortable and lightweight sports watch that now goes a little easier on the wallet with this £59 Prime Day discount. It’s replete with features, including a barometric altimeter for elevation tracking and a Garmin Elevate 4 optimal heart-rate sensor, that lets you keep tabs on your cardiac health (even when swimming). This is rounded off with a premium interface that is reminiscent of the high-end Fenix line of sports watches. The real stand-out – as we note in our four-star Garmin Venu 2 review – is its whopping 11-day battery life: a great shout for adventurers and those who are always on the move.

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4. Garmin Epix 2 (was £678, now £550)

If you’ve always pined after a high-end sports watch but balked at the price, now is an excellent time to invest in the Garmin Epix 2, on which you can save a massive £128 right now. We dubbed it a mash-up of the Fenix 7 and Venu 2 Plus sports watches in our five-star, full-length Garmin Epix 2 review, combining the rugged beauty of the former and the vibrant AMOLED displays of the latter. One gripe we had was with battery life: a purported 16 days, which plummets to 6 days if you want to use the Epix 2 on its always-on setting. If you can move beyond that, this is an excellent premium watch for adventurers: you get, for example, access to worldwide topographic maps in full colour, which can be easily interacted with via Epix 2’s brilliant touchscreen.

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5. Garmin Forerunner 55 (was £151, now £115)

A budget-friendly option that’s become even BETTER value thanks to this Prime Exclusive Deal, the Garmin Forerunner 55 is now a mere £115 – saving you £36! We dubbed it an excellent entry-level option for runners in our full-length Garmin Forerunner 55 review: loaded up with features like Garmin’s Elevate heart-rate sensor, built-in GPS, an accelerometer and daily suggested workouts, it’s a fantastic running watch for beginners not looking to spend the earth.

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6. Garmin Vivomove Sports (was £150, now £130)

What the Garmin Vivomove Sports fitness tracker lacks in built-in GPS, it makes up for in wellness features, lightweight design and a pared-back aesthetic that sets it apart from the amped-up, chunkier styles of its sibling models. We awarded it four stars in our full-length Vivomove Sport review, citing its heart rate and sleep monitoring capacity, multiple activity tracking and access to guided breathing exercises.

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7. Garmin Instinct 2 Solar (was £333, now £240)

The Garmin Instinct 2 Solar just hit its lowest EVER price on Amazon: you can claim one for just £240, down from an average retail price of £333. That’s savings of a massive £93! When we reviewed the sports watch in our full-length Garmin Instinct 2 Solar review, we dubbed it a worthy competitor to the Fenix range. We had some reservations about cost (“pricey”), which have now been assuaged thanks to this stonking Prime Exclusive Deal. The solar element of this watch serves to amp up battery life, which is significantly improved from that of the standard Garmin Instinct 2. Adventurers will rejoice at news the Instinct 2 Solar is equipped with a compass, altimeter and thermometer, rounded off with the Elevate 4 heart-rate sensor, enabling you to track your blood-oxygen levels.

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