Samsung Galaxy Watch Active is now its lowest price ever for Prime Day

Samsung Galaxy Watch Active
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If you're after one of the best smartwatches money can buy, Amazon Prime Day is a fantastic opportunity to buy one of the latest Samsung smartwatches.

The Samsung Galaxy Watch is on sale in the US, while those in the UK can get the Galaxy Watch Active for its best price yet.

We've seen the Galaxy Watch for a little less than its $299 price on Prime Day in the past, but it's still a solid $50 off for the 46mm larger version of the watch with a rotating bezel.

Those in the UK are able to get this year's Samsung Galaxy Watch Active for the best price we've seen so far. It's down to £169 which is the first time we've seen the price drop below £199 in the UK.

You won't get the rotating bezel with the Galaxy Watch Active, but it has a slick design and access to all the greatest Tizen features. Scroll down below to see the best deals on both watches.

Samsung Galaxy Watch (46mm)

Samsung Galaxy Watch (46mm) $349 $299 at Amazon
Have an Android phone? Get this watch. It's Amazon's best-seller among smartwatches right now, and we know why: it also happens to be TechRadar's favorite smartwatch.

Samsung Galaxy Watch Active:

Samsung Galaxy Watch Active: £199 £169 at Amazon
Fancy the Galaxy Watch Active in an exclusive green shade? Your only choice is to buy it from Amazon, and the great news is that today it's discounted down to £169. Act quickly though as this is a Lightning Deal that ends just before midnight in the UK.

Samsung Galaxy Watch Active:

Samsung Galaxy Watch Active: £199 £174 at Amazon
The Samsung Galaxy Watch Active is a more 'compact' version of Samsung's main Galaxy Watch, but that doesn't mean it loses too many features, and it's an impressive wearable. It's not the biggest price cut, but £199 was a great price for it anyway.

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James Peckham

James is Managing Editor for Android Police. Previously, he was Senior Phones Editor for TechRadar, and he has covered smartphones and the mobile space for the best part of a decade bringing you news on all the big announcements from top manufacturers making mobile phones and other portable gadgets. James is often testing out and reviewing the latest and greatest mobile phones, smartwatches, tablets, virtual reality headsets, fitness trackers and more. He once fell over.