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TicWatch Pro cheaper than EVER in Amazon Prime Day sale

Bag an excellent smartwatch – like the TicWatch Pro – for less in the Prime Day sales

Amazon is selling Mobvoi’s TicWatch Pro for just £150 for Prime Day only. Originally costing £215, the TicWatch Pro is a jack-of-all-trades GPS smartwatch that will run unimpeded for up to 30 days before needing a charge. If you’ve had your eye on one, there’s never been a better time to buy.

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With a heart-rate sensor, GPS, step counter, speed monitor and calories burned counter, the TicWatch Pro does it all and then some. It even supports NFC, so you can pay for your post-run junk food (I mean, smoothie) with it.

Notably, the TicWatch Pro has a dual-layered watch face, designed to help eke out that impressive 30-day battery life. The watch will last two days in Smart Mode, with Google’s Wear OS running on an AMOLED display, and then a further 28 days in Essential Mode using a special sunlight-resistant LCD.

We reviewed the TicWatch Pro favourably, although we did find that it lacked the functionality to be called a true “all-rounder”. If it’s one of those you’re after, we suggest that you look elsewhere.

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As luck would have it, however, “elsewhere” in this case means Amazon, where the excellent Garmin Vivoactive 3 and Vivoactive 3 Music are also on offer. The former has been reduced from £160 to £130, and the latter, from £200 to £150. These are the lowest ever prices.

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Both watches include the usual impressive selection of fitness-tracking features, and also support downloadable workout routines trackable via the touchscreen display. They also last a full seven days in normal smartwatch mode – where the TicWatch lasts two – and at no more than £150, they’re both great value.

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These deals are fleeting: they last until the end of Prime Day, which runs from 15 to 16 July. And, of course, you’ll need to be an Amazon Prime member to take advantage of them – you can sign up below.

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