One of the highlights of this year's Garmin Black Friday discounts has been on the Garmin Venu. Considering this smartwatch - Garmin's first - was only released in September we didn't expect a gigantic $100 saving this early.
The good news is that this whopper of a deal is still available through the Black Friday weekend. We don't know how much longer this deal will hang around, however. We've already seen the white band model go out of stock but fortunately the others are still available for this sensational $299.99 price.
As you can see from the price history graph below, it's stayed pretty consistently at its full RRP since release, save for a tiny $12 discount for a short period.
There's never been a discount anywhere close to $100, making this the perfect time to snap one up if Garmin's first foray into proper smartwatches has caught your eye. You also have a choice of colors with the same big saving.
We were certainly impressed by it when we reviewed it at its full $399.99. We gave it a 4/5 score in our Garmin Venu review.
Our review concluded: "The Garmin Venu is a big improvement on the Vivoactive 3 and the beautifully crisp and vibrant AMOLED display puts it well ahead of the Vivoactive 4. If you‚Äôre looking for an attractive 24/7 watch to manage your overall wellness and help you hit fitness goals, this is one of the best around."
This big discount on the Garmin Venu is one of a few 25% discounts Amazon has introduced for Garmin's 2019 range of wearables. You can find more of them at our Garmin Black Friday 2019 page, including $100 discounts on the Vivoactive 4 and Vivoactive 4S.
Be sure to take out a 30-day free trial for Amazon Prime if you're not already a member to get expedited delivery, too.
For more Black Friday deals, be sure to check out our other articles:
- Smartwatch Black Friday 2019
- Apple Watch Black Friday
- Fitbit Black Friday
- Samsung Black Friday
- Fossil Black Friday
- Apple AirPods Black Friday
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