Garmin Epix Gen 2, Fenix 7 line – huge price drop

If you’re holding out for a Garmin fitness tracker of smartwatch, there are big savings on a range of items, particularly on high-end items such as Epix 2 and the Sapphire and regular version of Fenix 7.

While some wearable manufacturers have been struggling, Garmin has been going from strength to strength. Its success lies in the quality and wide range of fitness and sports gear. The company has grown quite a bit since it was established in the not too distant 1989. Its first product was a GPS unit which sold for $2,500. Thankfully, prices have come down quite a bit since then!

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The company’s wearables strategy is centered on purpose-built devices for consumers who want to measure and enhance their active lifestyle pursuits. Whatever you’re into – running, cycling, swimming, golfing, walking, or simply being more active – there’s a Garmin to help you with that. Many would agree – the wearables giant has some of the best sports watches and fitness bands out there.

The company is preparing to release a bunch of new devices, including the Fenix 7 Pro line and Epix Gen 2 Pro. Both of these are expected in the weeks ahead. Perhaps that is why some great discounts can be found right now on a range of items.

Garmin Vivoactive 5: likely release date & specs, our wish-list

Fitness trackers

For the average person who does the occasional run, cycle or swim, the Vivoactive 4 is the one to go for. It comes with pretty much everything they will need to track their activity and there’s an option with built-in storage for music, too. The other option is to go for Venu 2 or 2 Plus. They pack a similar set of specs but with a high-quality AMOLED display.

But if you’re after something more discreet and in the form of a fitness band, our suggestion would be to opt for the Vivosmart 5. In addition to the usual smarts it has a Pulse Ox sensor.

Garmin Vivoactive 4: $199.99 (down from $329.99) – Garmin / check latest price on Amazon
Garmin Venu Sq: $119.99 (down from $199.99) – Garmin / check latest price on Amazon
Garmin Venu 2: $296.08 (down from $399.99) – Garmin / check latest price on Amazon
Garmin Venu 2 Plus: $399.99 (down from $449.99) – Garmin / check latest price on Amazon

Forerunner series

Forerunner is a great line for those who are into sports such as running and cycling. It’s even better with a couple of new additions in the form of the Forerunner 265 and 965. There are no sales currently on these new Forerunner watches but you can get great savings on some watches in the rest of the line.

Garmin Forerunner 45: $129.99 (down from $169.99) – Garmin / check latest price on Amazon
Garmin Forerunner 245 Music: $225.60 (down from $349.99) – Garmin / check latest price on Amazon

Fenix 7 & Epix 2 ranges

For those that only want the best, there are Garmin high-end watches. Fenix 7 packs pretty much everything the company has on offer. For the best of the best, go for the Epix 2. With the anticipated launch of the Pro line, it should come as no surprise these devices are hitting record low prices.

Garmin Epix 2: $699.99 (down from $899.99) – Garmin / check latest price on Amazon
Garmin Fenix 7: $599.99 (down from $799.99) – Garmin / check latest price on Amazon
Garmin Fenix 7X Sapphire Solar: $699.99 (down from $899.99) – Garmin / check latest price on Amazon
Garmin Quatix 7 Sapphire Edition: $799.99 (down from $999.99) – Garmin / check latest price on Amazon
Garmin Instinct 2: $249.99 (down from $349.99) – Garmin

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Marko Maslakovic

Marko founded Gadgets & Wearables in 2014, having worked for more than 15 years in the City of London’s financial district. Since then, he has led the company’s charge to become a leading information source on health and fitness gadgets and wearables.

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