Deal: Up To 30% Off Garmin Devices With Prices Starting At $49.99 - Prime Day 2018

Amazon has now slashed up to 30-percent off the price of a number of Garmin-branded products for Prime Day. Making now a good time to consider picking up a new device from the company known for its GPS technology and solutions.

For example, if you are in the market for a new smartwatch than the Garmin Vivoactive 3 GPS Smartwatch is a great option. This one normally retails for around $299.99 but with the 30-percent discount applied it is now available for $229.99. Or the Garmin Vivoactive HR GPS Smartwatch. As this one has now dropped in price from $249.99 to only $124.99. Need a fitness tracker? Then Garmin offers quite a few including the Garmin Vivofit 4 activity tracker now at $59.99 (down from $79.99) and the Garmin Vivosport Smart Activity Tracker now at $127.49 (down from $169.99). There is also the Garmin Vivofit JR which is an ideal fitness tracking solution for kids. This one normally retails at $79.99 but can now be picked up for just $49.99.

It’s worth noting the Garmin-based deals are just not on wearables as there is other devices on sale as well including the Garmin Speak. This is basically a device which adds Amazon Alexa to your car and can assist with aspects like turn-by-turn navigation, or playing music while you are driving. This one has actually seen a greater discount than some of the others as it is now available for $79.99, compared to its $149.99 retail price. You can check out the full selection of on sale Garmin products by heading through the link below.

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