Prime Day will work much the same as Black Friday, with a handful of deals running all day, but the majority appearing as timed "lightening" deals. That means you'll have to be online at the right time to bag what you want, which is where Wareable comes in. Check when they go live here and bookmark this page so you can click straight though quickly and easily.
There'll also be a few deals though that run throughout the day and we've got the ball rolling with the first round of best wearable tech and connected home devices from Amazon and listed them below.
The sale is on all day on Tuesday 12 July, and can be accessed in the UK, US, Spain, France, Germany, Japan, Italy, Canada and Austria.
In the UK, John Lewis, Currys/PC World and Argos are also getting in on the act offering deals on a range of wearable tech. You can check the best offers below our Prime Day deals.
Amazon Prime Day US deals
Fitbit Alta bundle
Fitbit Alta has been a big hit for the company. It's a slimmer tracker that's discreet and fashionable on top of being functional. Right now, Prime Day is also offering a decent deal on the Alta with an accessory band.
$143.98 (down from $125.95) | Get deal
Samsung Gear S2
The Samsung Gear S2 is the top wearable we recommend for its user interface and rotating bezel. It's the first Samsung smartwatch that stands out from the others in the line as a visually appealing device and fun wearable to use.
$285 (down from 299.99) | Get deal
Garmin Forerunner 225
The Forerunner 225 is last year's device but still isn't one to be missed. We even gave it four stars and said, "The combination of the colour screen and vibrating alerts makes heart rate tracking not only easier to understand but more simple to apply in practical sessions."
$219.99 (down from $299.99) | Get deal
Polar H7 Bluetooth Heart Rate Sensor & Fitness Tracker
When heart rate isn't as accurate as it can be, your next best bet is a chest strap. In all our tests, the Polar H7 has been a solid companion during fitness wearable reviews that need heart rate comparisons.
$34.49 (down from $54.95) | Get deal
Withings Activité Steel
Just like in the UK, the Activité Steel is also on sale. It's one of the sleekest smart analogue wearables you can find and now, you could have it for cheaper price.
$149.95 (down from $169.95) | Get deal
Lumo Lift - Posture Coach and Activity Tracker
The Lumo Lift attempts to correct bad posture by giving you a physical nudge when you slouch, as well as offering helpful lifestyle insights such as step and activity data. You can read our Lumo Lift review before buying.
$49.99 (down from $79.99) Deal live | Get deal
The Huawei Watch is arguably the best looking of the current Android Wear crop and not just because it doesn't have one of those ugly flat tyres at the bottom of the screen. Our biggest problem has always been the price, so that's why it's good news to see some discounts.
Huawei Watch (black suture leather strap) - $175.99 | Get deal
Huawei Watch (jewel/sapphire) - $329 | Get deal
Huawei Watch (gold/sapphire) - $299 | Get deal
Huawei Watch (black stainless steel link band) - $240.99 | Get deal
Huawei Watch (stainless steel mesh band) - $206.99 | Get deal
The budget fitness tracker with an E Ink screen tracks steps and can automatically detection your running and swimming sessions. You can also wear the Withings Go around your wrist or clip it onto your clothes if you want to hide your tracking away.
$55.95 (30% off, down from $79.95) | Get deal
Fossil Q Founder
If you can look past that black tyre, Fossil's first Android Wear smartwatch is a solid debut that gets a lot of things right including retaining that attractive, traditional Chronograph look.
$206.50 (30% off, down from $295) | Get deal
Other US Amazon Prime Day tech deals
The Amazon Echo is already a decently priced smart speaker but it looks like the price is even lower. In fact the whole family of Alexa enabled devices is on sale. That means you can get the Amazon Tap - which is a wireless Echo - on the cheap too. Amazon Echo Dot however, is sold out.
Amazon Echo: $129.99 (down from $179.99) | Get deal
Amazon Tap: $99.99 (down from $129.99) | Get deal
GoPro Hero Session
It might not be the latest model, but a GoPro for under $200 that comes with a remote and a memory card sounds like a pretty tasty deal for a wearable action cam to us.
$199 (down from $270) | Get deal
This smart body analyser (Wi-Fi weighing scales) connects wirelessly to an app on your smartphone and record the data letting you plot the results of your fitness regime or you slow descent into statistical obesity in a set of handy graphs.
$90.95 (30% off, down from $129.95) | Get deal
Amazon Prime Day UK deals
Withings Activité Steel
Doing your fitness tracking discreetly on land and in the water wrapped up in an analogue watch body, the Withings Activité Steel is one of fitness tracker favourites and you can now grab it for under £100.
£99.99 (down from £136.81) | Get deal
If you've got a little more money to play with and prefer a more luxurious design, the first Activité offers all the same features as the Steel but with a sapphire glass case and a calf leather strap.
£211.99 (down from £320) | Get deal
Game Golf Live
It didn't score full marks in our full review, but there's still a lot to like about this golf wearable that clips onto your belt to analyse your rounds and now has real time information.
£147.99 (down from £235.26) | Get deal
The sleekest of the Android Wear watch bunch has a vibrant screen, loads of customization on offer and is primed for the upcoming Android Wear 2.0 software update. Read our Huawei Watch review before buying.
£199.00 (down from £289.00) | Get deal
Misfit's stylish fitness tracker tracks steps, sleep and vibrates when a call or text buzzes through onto your phone. Read our full Misfit Ray review to see what we made of it.
£55.99 (down from £79.95) | Get deal
Microsoft Band 2
All sizes of the Microsoft Band 2 tracker gets an Amazon Prime Day discount, which supporst include golf distances, in addition to GPS running and cycling tracking.
Microsoft Band Large: £128.99 (was £199) | Get deal
Microsoft Band Medium: £128.99 (was £199) | Get deal
Microsoft Band Small:
£128.99 (was £199) |
Wahoo Tickr heart rate monitor for iPhone and Android
Wahoo's Tickr heart rate monitor is ideal for those who run with their phone that want to add heart rate data into their fitness mix. The chest strap syncs up with app which offers its own training programme, and is also compatible with most leading fitness apps.
£49.99 (down from £79.99) | Get deal
We were big fans of the Garmin Vivoactive, which has since been replaced by the Garmin Vivoactive HR. The smartwatch for sports lovers is still packed with features including GPS and is waterproof so you can track your swimming too.
£99 (down from £199), Deal live | Get deal
Garmin Approach S2
The smartwatch for golf lovers packs GPS and is preloaded with thousands of courses to help you keep score and measure shots from anywhere whether you're on the green or stuck out in the rough.
£74.99 (down from £96.98), Deal live | Get deal
Fitbit's latest fitness tracker keeps things simple, but it's also a big visual upgrade on the likes of the Charge HR and the Flex. If you want to keep things stylish, the Fitbit Alta is a good fit. If you buy any of the bands during Prime Day, you'll essentially get an additional accessory band for free that's normally worth £19.99.
Deal live | Get deal
Other UK Amazon Prime Day tech deals
Philips' smart lighting system is Apple HomeKit enabled and you can pick up all of the connected pieces at a discount including the LED colour lightbulbs.
Philips LED light bulb - £31.99 (down from £49.99) | Get deal
Philips Hue table lamp - £47.99 (down from £79.95) | Get deal
Philips Hue automation bridge 2.0 - £34.99 (down from £49.99) | Get deal
How do you get Amazon Prime Day deals?
Of course, Prime Day isn't just a big Amazon birthday giveaway – the company is creating a new shopping date in the calendar, and is taking a chance to promote its Prime service.
To take advantage of the deals you have to be a member of Amazon's service, but you can sign up for the free Prime trial to take part. What's more, and there's no obligation to carry that onto the paid-for subscription. It's a good ploy by Amazon to get people onto its Prime service, which offers a host of benefits for a $99 annual charge. It includes preferential delivery times and, of course, access to Amazon Prime's on-demand video service.
It's not just Amazon...
It seems as if other retailers are taking a leaf out of Amazon's book with John Lewis, Argos and Currys also offering big discounts today. We've picked out some of the best below.
Garmin Vivofit 2 - £59 (was £79) | Get deal
Garmin Vivofit 2 with heart rate monitor - £79.99 (was £102.99) | Get deal
Garmin Forerunner 220 (white/purple) - £159.99 (was £209.99) | Get deal
TomTom Runner - £95.99 (was £129) | Get deal
Polar V800 - £299 (was £354.50) | Get deal
Currys PC World
Apple Watch 42mm - £429 (was £499) | Get deal
Garmin Vivosmart HR - £99 (was £129) | Get deal
TomTom Spark Cardio + Music - £139.99 (was £189.99) | Get deal
TomTom Spark Fit - £89 (was £109.99) | Get deal
TomTom Spark Cardio - £124.99 (was £149.99) | Get deal
Jawbone UP3 - £79.97 (was £89.99) | Get deal