Deal: Fossil Wear OS Smartwatches Up To 25% Off - Prime Day 2018

Fossil is joining Amazon's Prime Day 2018 with a wave of discounts encompassing virtually all of its wearable offerings sold through the e-commerce platform. The company's contemporary smartwatches powered by Google's Wear OS are now available for purchase at up to 25-percent off, allowing users to save up to $76, as is the case with the stainless steel variant of the third-generation Fossil Q Men.

The discounts only started going live on Monday morning PST and while Fossil's Amazon page accessible through the banner below already lists them as being available, the product listings in search results still aren't reflective of the lower prices, making navigation slightly more difficult. Regardless, clicking on any individual product listing will present you with its updated pricing details, allowing you to grab most of Fossil's wearable offerings at a significantly reduced price.

If you're going through today's sea of great tech deals in search for something to add to your smartwatch portfolio, Fossil is a company worth supporting for two main reasons - it makes critically acclaimed devices and it's a staunch backer of Google's Wear OS, formerly known as Android Wear. So, with everything from Q Men and Q Women to even Q Jacqueline lineups now being treated to deep price cuts, this is a perfect opportunity to replace your old smartwatch or finally embrace contemporary wearables without breaking the bank. Besides the very top of Fossil's lineup, all of the company's products can now be purchased for under $200, with some going for as low as $114. Refer to the banner below for an in-depth look at what Fossil has in store for you this Prime Day.

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