Best wearable deals this Cyber Monday 2016

Bargain gadgets for your wrist

It's 2016 and wearables still haven't set the tech world on fire. But that doesn't mean that there aren't Cyber Monday deals to be had. Here's TechRadar's guide to the best wearables that have had something of a discount.

Whether it's smartwatches that have had their prices snipped, or fitness trackers with price tag's leaner than the people that wear them, we've got wearable deals covered.

Don't forget to keep coming back to this page. We will keep it continually updated with new bargains to be had and strip out any deals that are no longer with us.

Smartwatch deals

SONY SmartWatch 3 Classic SWR50 - Black now £69.99, save £30 at Currys

APPLE Watch Series 1 - 38 mm now £249, save £40 (add in code WATCH20) at Currys 

APPLE Watch Series 1 - 42 mm now £279.00, save £40 (add in code WATCH20) at Currys

Apple Watch 1st Gen 42mm Stainless Steel Case & Woven Nylon Band now£329.00, save £100 at John Lewis

Withings Activity Steel, now £87.99 from £139.95 at Amazon

Withings Sapphire Activity, now £175.99 from £320 at Amazon

Withings Activity Pop, now £74.99 from £119.95 at Amazon

Garmin Forerunner 235, now £199.99, save £80 at Currys

Garmin Fenix 3 GPS Multisport Watch, Grey, now £289.99, save £90 at John Lewis 

TomTom Golfer 2 GPS Watch, Black now £149.99, save £50 at John Lewis

Activity tracker deals


TomTom Touch Fitness Tracker, Black now £99.99, save £30 at John Lewis

Withings Pulse Ox now £39.99, price matched at John Lewis 

Fitbit Flex Wireless Activity and Sleep Wristband - Pink now £39.99, was £59.99 at Argos

Fitbit Flex Wireless Activity and Sleep Wristband - Black now £39.99, was £59.99 at Argos

MISFIT Shine 2 Activity Tracker - Carbon Black now £49.99, save £30.00 at Currys

MISFIT Ray Activity Tracker - Carbon Black, Leather Strap now £69.99, save £30 at Currys

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