The likes of Amazon, Best Buy and UK retailers like Currys & PC World and Argos have already been getting in on the sales action.
Bagging a Cyber Monday deal isn't a simple procedure, and bad planning can mean missing out on the best deals. All the major stores operate queuing systems to throttle demand, which means you can miss out on the best deals. What's more, some stores such as Amazon limit offers to 'lightning deals' which means you only have a small time window to bag a bargain.
Wareable's hottest deal
Garmin Vivosmart HR+
If you don't want to go for a Fitbit, the Vivosmart HR+ is our Fitness Tracker of the Year and well worth considering instead. It features an optical heart rate monitor, built-in GPS and a display to view progress in real time. There's also smartphone notification support and you can expect more than a week's worth of battery life.
$119.99 (down from $199.99) | Get deal (limited availability)
Cyber Monday US deals
Fossil Q Grant
The Fossil Q Grant is an analogue watch and fitness tracker hybrid in the same mould as the Withings Activité. It looks like a dumb Fossil watch and keeps tracking simple only counting steps. It also has notification support to give you a budge when someone is trying to get in touch.
$67.75 (down from $175) | Get deal
Samsung Gear S3 (Classic and Frontier)
The Gear S3 has only just on sale, so this is a pretty big saving on both versions of Samsung's new Tizen-running smartwatch. If you're all about design, we'd suggest the Classic while the Frontier packs LTE support and has a look that outdoor lovers will appreciate.
Garmin Vivoactive HR
Another red hot Garmin deal from Amazon, the multi-talented Garmin Vivoactive HR gets a 32% price cut. The GPS watch has excellent modes for running, swimming, cycling and even golf – making it the perfect buy for any all-action sports fan.
$169.74 (down from $249) | Get deal
Samsung Gear Fit2
Samsung's fitness tracker and smartwatch hybrid builds on the original Gear Fit by adding in GPS, music storage and improved smartwatch notification support. It still retains that beautiful display, but be warned iOS users, this is one wearable that's for the Android crew only.
$149.99 (down from $179.99) | Get deal
The Pebble 2 is the first true sequel to the original Pebble smartwatch adding more fitness tracking features and keeping that killer battery life and beautifully responsive Pebble OS operating system. If you want a new Pebble, this is one of the best Black Friday deals to check out.
$69.99 (down from $99.99) | Get deal
Garmin Forerunner 630
The Forerunner 630 is the priciest of Garmin's new running watches, so this BestBuy deal is well worth a look. If you want advanced running analytics, smartwatch-inspired features and access to Garmin's own Connect IQ app store, it's a great fit for hardcore runners.
$279.99 (down from $449.99) | Get deal
The Misfit Ray reviewed well on Wareable, and although there are wearables out there with more abilities, the Ray impressed us on design, simplicity, and accurate tracking. Misfit's knocking the price down by $30, and at $69.99 it's a great offer for a great looking, all-rounder tracker.
$69.99 (down from $99.99) | Get deal
Nest Learning Thermostat
With the weather outside getting a tad frightful, now might be the time to invest in a smarter thermostat. At the moment that investment is a little less if you're going for a Nest, with the thermostat down by $50. Nest learns your habits, helping you to save money on those bills, but it also looks great, which is important for any bit of connected home kit.
$199 (down from $249) | Get deal
Misfit Shine 2
Getting the same price mark-down is the Shine 2, the Ray's round sibling. Unlike the Ray the Shine 2 uses its LEDs to provide a clock display, meaning you can use it as a watch too. Other than that it's functionally the same - both are waterproof, remember - and worth a look if you're after a basic, but solid, fitness tracker.
$69.99 (down from $99.99) | Get deal
Amazon Echo Dot
Amazon has shrunk the Echo down with the Dot, and we're a fan. The Echo Dot has all the smarts of its taller sibling, but at a fraction of the size and price. That price is now $20 lower on Amazon. If you've been thinking about getting a few to place around the house, now would be an especially good time to do so.
$39.99 (down from $49.99) | Get deal
The Spark 3 has just landed, but if you can live without the new route exploration feature, then definitely have a look at its predecessor, the TomTom Spark. It's still one of our running watch faves thanks to its reliable GPS tracking, built-in music player and activity tracking.
$89.99 (down from $149.99) | Get deal
Garmin Forerunner 25
A top basic running watch, the Garmin Forerunner 25 does all the basics such as pace and distance without costing the earth. and the good news is that its 40% discount over at Amazon means it costs even less.
$99.99 (down from $169.99) | Get deal
Asus ZenWatch 2
With the arrival of the ZenWatch 3 the ZenWatch 2 has been given a decent discount making it more affordable to pick up the rectangular Android Wear smartwatch. You can expect all of the usual Wear features along with bright 1.45-inch display, built-in Wi-Fi and fitness tracking.
$169.00 (down from $220.01) | Get deal
Cyber Monday UK deals
Garmin Vivoactive HR
The Vivoactive HR is the sporty smartwatch successor to the Vivoactive, bringing a new design, more sports tracking support, a heart rate monitor and Connect IQ app support. It scored 4 out of 5 in our review and this deal from Currys and PC World will save you £50 off the normal price.
£159 (down from £209) | Get deal
Withings Activité Steel
If you like to keep your fitness tracking simple and stylish, the Activité Steel is definitely worth checking out. It's made from stainless steel, domed sapphire glass and comes with a calf leather strap. It'll count steps, log sleep and it's also waterproof to put the automatic swim tracking to good use.
£87 (down from £139.99) | Get deal
Fitbit Charge 2
The Charge 2 is Fitbit's flagship fitness tracker introducing guided breathing, a new VO2 Max tracking, a larger screen to view your progress in real time and customisable bands.
£109.99 (down from £129.99) | Get deal
Fossil Q Founder
If you're on the look out for an Android Wear smartwatch, the Q Founder is a solid performer and one of the best looking (if you can see past that black tyre). There's deals on a range of styles, but the brown leather strap option will save you the most money.
£129.50 (down from £259) | Get deal
Garmin Forerunner 35
This is a pretty good deal on the Forerunner 235, Garmin's first running watch to pack in an optical heart rate sensor. So it means you can ditch the chest strap. You get all of Garmin's extensive running metrics and some pretty impressive notification support that means it'll double as a pretty decent smartwatch as well.
£199.99 (down from £279.99) | Get deal
Suunto Ambit 3
The Ambit 3 Peak GPS watch is one of the top outdoors watches out there, with bike, run, swim and hike modes. The built-in pressure sensor, which serves up weather and altitude data, while also recording all of the usual activity metrics, and syncs up with a chest strap HRM.
£154.99 down from £310) | Get deal
The Fitbit Blaze is the most watch-like of the family of trackers and you swap out the frames and the straps to mix up the look. It's also the only Fitbit that offers step-by-step workouts you can follow on the touchscreen display.
£132.99 (down from £159.99) | Get deal
Garmin Approach S2
Attention golfers: the extremely proficient Garmin Approach S2 has got a decent discount over at American Golf, offering a host of distances and helpful round stats on your wrist. Yes, there's a dizzying array of new watches out there for mind-boggling money, but the Approach S2 has endured (we're now on Approach S6) because it does the basics flawlessly. Recommended.
£89.99 (down from £139.99) | Get deal
Garmin Vivofit 3
The Vivofit 3 is Garmin's no frills fitness tracker that'll count and measure steps, distance, calories and automatically track sleep. The onboard accelerometer can also measure treadmill running as well.
£54.99 (down from £89.99) | Get deal
The Fitbit Flex might lack the waterproofing and swim-tracking included in the Flex 2, but it's still a decent no frills fitness tracker. You'll still be able to count your steps, log sleep and customise with accessories from Fitbit and Tory Burch. There's also a LED display to keep a check on your progress.
£39.99 (down from £79.99) | Get deal
The Jawbone UP2 remains one of the best looking options to track your steps and sleep. Plus, you can wear them in the shower. It's the insightful UP software that we highly commended at the Wareable Tech Awards that the Jawbone ecosystem really earns its plaudits.
£36.72 (down from £89.99) | Get deal
Fitbit Charge HR
Before the Fitbit Charge 2 there was the Charge HR, Fibit's flagship tracker that includes a built-in heart rate sensor, some smartwatch-esque features letting you see when someone is making a call on the OLED display. There's also automatic activity recognition thrown into the mix as well.
£79.99 (down from £119.99) | Get deal
This is a seriously good deal on the Full HD security camera making it cheaper than the Nexst Cam. It boasts face recognition and motion sensor accessories for doors and windows and gives you access to video footage without a monthly or annual subscription.
£119 (down from £199) | Get deal
Get your smart home on with discounts across the Hive range. There's 20% off everything including the Hive Thermostat (£79.20) and the connected bulbs (£23.20). It's a system we highly recommend and the perfect time to get involved.
£Various | Get deal
TomTom Runner 2
Essentially the TomTom Spark but with a different name, the Runner 2 has all of the same features including an onboard music player, GPS and multiple sports tracking modes including swimming and cycling. If you want to add a heart rate sensor into the mix, that'll knock the price up to £109.99, which is still a great deal.
£89.99 (down from £109.99) | Get deal
HTC's award winning headset is getting a £100 discount, which takes the total price from 'ridiculous' down to 'substantially eye-watering. The deal not only extends to the headset, but also to the HP Vive Bundle, which comes with a VR-ready PC. It's going live on Friday, so hold fire for now.
£659.99 (down from £759.99), Get deal