Some excellent deals on wearables this morning for Cyber Monday.

Apple Watch Series 5 40mm & 44mm

RRP £399.00
Deal Price: £379.00

Both of the latest Apple watches have a small discount of 5% taking them to the lowest they have been on Amazon. It is only £20 off, but you have to to take what you can get with Apple. At the time of writing the pink 44m model was running low on stock, so be sure to pick up this deal as quick as possible.

Garmin Instinct Rugged GPS Watch

RRP £269.99
Deal Price: £188.00

The Garmin Instinct is a bit of a dark horse in the Garmin lineup being a sort of affordable Fenix in a Casio G-Shock body. If you like the looks or need something more rugged than the rest of the Garmin this is a great choice. At £188 this is an amazing price. Perhaps the only downside is that it uses the older heart rate module the Fenix 5 had, rather than the new Elevate tech.

Garmin Forerunner 45 

RRP £169.99
Deal Price: £131.99

YOu could pick up last years model for just £99 which is a tempting deal but this year has seen a design switch from a square display to round. This alone is worth it in my opinion, as last years model looks a bit clunky for all-day wear. This is a superb watch for someone getting into fitness, and at this price, I would strongly recommend it over anything Fitbit offers.

Huawei Watch GT 2 (46mm) 

RRP £199.99
Deal Price: £179.00

Not a huge saving on the Huawei Watch GT 2, and you can get the previous model for £90 less. But, it is still £20 off, it has one of the best batteries of all the smartwatches and I think it looks amazing too.

Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 4G LTE Stainless Steel 44mm

RRP £419.00
Deal Price: £389.00

The Galaxy Watch Active2 is arguably the best smartwatch for Android users. You get more functionality than feature watches such as the Huawei Watch GT2 and better battery life than any WearOS watch. The Tizen OS is more limited than WearOS but it still has pretty much everything you could need.

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