Catch a Cyber Monday ‘Deals Week’ wearable discount on Amazon

Cyber Monday is a term for the Monday after the Thanksgiving holiday in the US. Along with Black Friday, it marks the beginning of the Christmas shopping season. Most major retailers offer huge discounts throughout this period.

Shoppers continue to take more and more of their business online. And this is why Cyber Monday has grown in popularity both in the US and abroad. It has become the online equivalent to Black Friday.

Essential reading: Best fitness trackers and health gadgets you can buy right now

Amazon is offering huge savings on many popular wearables brands this year, including Fitbit, Garmin, Nokia, Apple, Polar, TomTom and more. We will be updating this page regualarly so keep checking back. It is important to note that many of these deals will be limited as supplies tend to be restricted.

This year, there is also something called Amazon Warehouse Deals. This section offers discounts on products that are open box or “used-like new.”

These are Amazon US deals only. If you live in the UK, head over to this page.

Fitbit | Garmin | SamsungMisfit | Polar | TomTom | Fossil | Moov | Pebble | Suunto | NokiaOther


Fitbit

Fitbit is the global leader in wearables sales. There is a reason its trackers sell so well. They are simple to use, reliable, look smart, provide great vitals statistics and have an excellent app behind them. With Ionic going on sale in October, the company now has twelve different devices for tracking steps and calories. You can still purchase all of these, although some of the older devices have been superseded with new versions.


Garmin

Garmin was an early mover and pioneer in the wearables market. For those who are very serious about tracking their athletic pursuits, the company sells a range of sports watches. Garmin’s strategy is centered on purpose-built devices for consumers who are interested running, cycling, swimming, golfing and more. For those who are simply looking to be more active, there is also an ever increasing selection of fitness trackers.




Samsung

Samsung is a global conglomerate that operates multiple subsidiaries in a wide range of industries. Headquartered in South Korea, the company operates in over 75 countries. In the wearables market, Samsung offers a number of smartwatches and activity trackers, as well as their Tizen open-source operating system.


Misfit

California-based Misfit offers a range of health and fitness activity trackers. Now owned by Fossil, the company has been around since 2011, but has in this short time become one of the leading wearables brands with its line of sleek and inexpensive activity trackers.


Polar

After developing their first wireless heart rate monitor, Polar has grown in the wearables market. The company currently sells a range of smartwatches, fitness trackers, bike computers, heart rate monitors and chest straps.


TomTom

Founded in 1991, TomTom NV is a company that produces navigation and mapping products. It sells action cameras, fleet management systems and location-based products. Headquartered in Amsterdam, the company currently has some 4,000 employees worldwide and presence in over 40 countries. The Dutch company also has its own range of activity trackers and GPS sport watches.


Fossil

Fossil is a American designer and manufacturer of accessories. Under its umbrella, the brand includes Emporio Armani, Karl Lagerfeld, Michael Kors, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Burberry, DKNY, Diesel, Armani Exchange and others. Incredibly, the company is looking to bump up its tally of connected smartwatches and fitness trackers to around 300 by the end of this year.


Moov

Moov was founded to create hyper-intelligent and motion-sensing fitness platforms to bring health and wellness to everyone, “one moov-ment at a time.” The company manufacturers trackers with real time feedback to coach users and improve their form in a number of different sports.


Pebble

Yes, you can still buy a Pebble watch. The startup, which is credited for being one of the first companies to launch the modern smartwatch, was taken over by Fitbit just under a year ago. The deal saw the San Francisco outfit acquire its intellectual property, software and key personnel, but not its hardware.

The fate of existing customers was left in doubt following the acquisition, but Fitbit put some of these fears to rest. An update to the iOS and Android versions of the app was released earlier this year that ended the smartwatches’ dependency on Pebble’s cloud services.


Suunto

Suunto is a company that manufactures and markets sports watches, dive computers, compasses and precision instruments. Headquartered in Finland, its products are sold in over 100 countries.


Nokia Health

Withings is known for design and innovation in connected health devices. Since its acquisition by Nokia in 2016, much of its range has re-branded. A few of its connected devices are still available under the Withings brand.


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Technology is traditionally the hottest gift category during the holiday season. If you’re after an early bargain bookmark this page and keep checking back. We will do our best to keep the page up-to-date in the run-up to the main event.

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