Amazon Prime Day Garmin deals: The last-chance bargains still live today

Garmin Vivosmart, Garmin Edge and Garmin Forerunner 945
(Image credit: Amazon/Future Publishing)

The Amazon Prime Day deals event is over, but there's still a few opportunities to save yourself a packet on a new Garmin device before prices return to normal.

Over the last couple of days, we've been seeing the best Garmin watches at serious discounts across Prime Day, with favorites including the Forerunner series and the top-end Fenix 6X Sapphire making the cut. However, Garmin isn’t just about premium devices. Cheaper mid-range watches like the Garmin Venu Sq, entry-level devices like the Forerunner 45, and slimmer fitness trackers such as Garmin’s Vivosmart series all saw discounts of varying degrees. 

Below, you can find all the products we've found that still have Prime Day discounts applied, even after

Amazon Prime Day Garmin deals in the US

now $260.14 at Amazon

Garmin Instinct Solar fitness watch | $339.99 now $260.14 at Amazon
Save $80
- The Garmin Instinct is an excellent buy at this price, with solar capabilities allowing you to extend the battery life beyond traditional charging. With GPS, 3-axis compass, barometer and military-standard shock resistance, it'll weather the toughest weekend adventures.

now $206 at Amazon

Garmin Vivoactive 4 GPS smartwatch | $329.99 now $206 at Amazon
Save 37%
- This GPS smartwatch is built for everyday wear and serious athletes alike. The Vivoactive 4 is on our list of best Garmins for a reason, with 8 days battery life in smartwatch mode and 20 GPS sports apps available. Perfect for an active lifestyle if you don't want or need an Apple Watch. 

now $288.44 at Amazon

Garmin Forerunner 245 Music | $349.99 now $288.44 at Amazon
Save $62 -
One of the best ever watches for runners, save 18% on the Music edition of the 245. Stacked with detailed running and multisport metrics and space to hold 500 songs. A 7-day battery rounds it out.

now $52.50 at Amazon

Garmin 010-12883-00 HRM-Dual Heart Rate Monitor | $69.99 now $52.50 at Amazon
Save $17.50 -
25% off this Garmin heart rate monitor for additional metrics you can't get on your wrist. The battery lasts an incredible 3.5 years.

Amazon Prime Day Garmin deals in the UK

Garmin Forerunner 245 | £249.99

Garmin Forerunner 245 | £249.99 now £190.18
Save £60
- Now the shiny new Forerunner 255 is on shelves, this is a great chance to get the 245, a stellar mid-range running watch, at a bargain price. Sleep and light, lasting up to 7 days in smartwatch mode, it's ideal for runs, rides and swims. 

Garmin Edge 530 GPS cycling computer | £259.99

Garmin Edge 530 GPS cycling computer | £259.99 now £213.99
Save £47
- Get up-to-date cycling metrics such as speed, power, training load and VO2 Max as well as Garmin's extensive GPS mapping technology, allowing you to calculate routes on the fly. It even provides jump metrics for mountain bikers. 

Garmin Venu Sq. smartwatch | £179.99

Garmin Venu Sq. smartwatch | £179.99 now £104.99
Save £75
- Garmin's stylistic Apple Watch rival offers six days of battery life, Garmin Coach training plans, the Body Battery recovery function and all the usual sleep, health and notification functionalities. Not bad for a hair off £100. 

Do you need Amazon Prime to get the Prime Day Garmin deals

Many Amazon Prime Day Garmin deals do require a Prime membership, but the good news if you're not already subscribed, is that Amazon is offering a free trial. That means you'll be able to sample the delights of Amazon Prime and make the most of these great deals, and simply cancel it once your item arrives if you don't want access to Amazon Prime's one-day delivery, streaming service, and other goodies.

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Amazon Prime Day Garmin deals: What to look for

Looking for a new smartwatch? There's a reason Garmin has plenty of entries in our best running watches guide. The running metrics Garmin offers are truly excellent, with multisport watches such as the Forerunner, Instinct, Fenix, and Epix series watches providing running power, heart rate, VO2 Max, and accurate GPS, with the ability to generate your own circular running routes thanks to the accompanying Garmin Connect software. 

There's been some recent additions to the Garmin Forerunner series, the Forerunner 955, 255 models, and the 55 earlier this year. These are the series' premium, mid-range, and entry-level models, respectively. 

While we didn't see Garmin's new staple running watches discounted yet due to how recently they've arrived, what we did see is heavy discounts on their predecessors, the Forerunner 945, 245, and 45 watches. They're still great watches in their own right, with a plethora of tracking features and options that seem even greater at these new value prices. 

The premium Fenix 6 has been supplanted by the Fenix 7, so much like the Forerunner series, the big discounts are found on the older models, which remain superb watches on the cheap.

Last year, we saw discounts on the Fenix series up to 32%, which - considering they retail upwards of $500 in the US, £400 in the UK, and AU$700 in Australia - led to some hefty swings of the price-cutting ax. We are also seeing the same this year.

Not a runner? Don't fret: there are plenty of other offers to be found here. If you're a golfer, the Garmin Approach series is likely to be subject to a few good deals, and not just by Amazon: in the UK, American Golf is getting in on the act with £80 off, reducing it down to just £399

Stack of Garmin Vivosmart 5 fitness trackers in mint green, black, and white

(Image credit: Garmin)

Garmin's range of slimmer fitness bands isn't as expansive as its competitors, like Fitbit, but there are still discounts on the Vivosmart, Vivofit, Venu Sq GPS smartwatch and Vivofit Jr. children's fitness bands listed above.

The Vivosmart and Vivofit bands act as more generalized activity trackers, compared to the specialist watches described above. They're primarily for people who do moderate exercise day-to-day and want to track their calorie expenditure, sleep, and activities. 

The Vivosmart 5, the current top model in the series, doesn't have onboard GPS, but it can use your phone's GPS to accurately record runs and rides. You can pick up a Vivosmart 5 for around $160 in the US, £129 in the UK, and AU$200 in Australia. 

Garmin's other big development recently has been the Edge 1040 Solar bike computer. Released last month, the Edge 1040 Solar can help you navigate courses better by putting in more effort where it counts, a real-time “exertion level” metric, improved multi-band GPS tracking, and a USB-C cable rather than the old-fashioned micro-USB. 

However, the rest of the model is staggering similar to the old 1030 Plus model. Like the watches above, older bike computers can nw be picked up for a song.

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Matt Evans
Fitness, Wellness, and Wearables Editor

Matt is TechRadar's expert on all things fitness, wellness and wearable tech. A former staffer at Men's Health, he holds a Master's Degree in journalism from Cardiff and has written for brands like Runner's World, Women's Health, Men's Fitness, LiveScience and Fit&Well on everything fitness tech, exercise, nutrition and mental wellbeing.

Matt's a keen runner, ex-kickboxer, not averse to the odd yoga flow, and insists everyone should stretch every morning. When he’s not training or writing about health and fitness, he can be found reading doorstop-thick fantasy books with lots of fictional maps in them.