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Garmin deals: The very best discounts on Garmin smartwatches this Cyber Monday

There are still plenty of offers available on top Garmin smartwatches as Cyber Monday continues

When it comes to sports watches, Garmin pretty much has the market covered. From the Forerunner to the Vivomove, there’s something for everyone, and many of its wearables are at all-time low prices this Black Friday.

Whichever device you opt for, you can get endless insights into your heart rate, sleep and key metrics from workouts including distance, pace and calories burned. Runners, in particular, are very well catered for, and with so many great wearables at different price points, it’s no surprise that four of the entries on our best running watch roundup are Garmin watches.

Anyway, back to the deals. This Black Friday, Amazon is selling the Fenix 6 Pro, Forerunner 45, Forerunner 245 and the Vivomove 3 at record-low prices. The Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music is also down £100 to just £150 on Very.

With all these deals out there, there really couldn’t be a better time to get yourself a Garmin sports watch. However, if you’re still a bit confused about how the different watches differ, we’ve written up a guide to some of its best models. With that said, read on for our pick of the best Garmin smartwatch deals available this Black Friday.

The best Garmin smartwatch deals this Black Friday

1. Garmin Vivoactive 4 (was £260, now £207)

As one of Garmin’s flagship smartwatches, the Vivoactive 4 is bristling with fitness-tracking technology but is also adept at managing smartphone notifications and media as well. You can even download music to your watch, including playlists via Spotify or Deezer. It’s cheaper than ever before at Amazon right now.

Buy now from Amazon

2. Garmin Fenix 6 Pro (was £600, now £439)

Usually priced at £600, the Garmin Fenix 6 Pro certainly isn’t cheap, which is why this deal is particularly attractive. It is, by far, the most feature-packed watch in the Garmin range. You get detailed sports and fitness tracking as well as the ability to have up to six data fields on screen at once, plus a brand new feature called PacePro, which helps your pacing during races. Until 27 November, it’s £161 less than its starting price, which is a very tempting price indeed.

Read our full review of the Garmin Fenix 6 Pro here

Buy now from Amazon

3. Garmin Vivomove 3 (was £220, now £169)

For the style-conscious, the Vivomove 3 looks great (particularly compared to the bulkiness of the Fenix 6 Pro), with its small OLED display disguised as a regular watch face. In terms of features, the Vivomove 3 isn’t a serious running watch, but you get lots of handy widgets, covering heart rate, stress levels, and even menstrual cycle.

Ordinarily, it’s tricky to justify the price tag when the Vivomove HR is much the same watch for less money. But at £169, this is a great deal.

Read our full review of the Garmin Vivomove 3 here

Buy now from Amazon

4. Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music (was £250, now £150)

For a Garmin sports watch that offers music playback at an affordable price, look no further than the Vivoactive 3 Music. As well as having Spotify integration, you can store up to 500 songs on the watch to enjoy phone-free listening with bluetooth headphones.

Sports tracking has not been forgotten: The Vivoactive 3 Music has integrated GPS, a heart rate sensor, and an altimeter among other features. Nevertheless, the music is the main selling point here. And now, the cheapest Garmin watch to offer music playback is now even cheaper, at just £150.

Read our full review of the Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music here

Buy now from Very