We didn't even expect the brand new Garmin Venu to be involved in Black Friday sales, but the smartwatch has now held onto its $100 discount on Amazon into Cyber Monday.
This is one of the best deals we've seen over the past couple of weeks - not only is it a discount on a watch released back in September, but it's also a very healthy saving. That $100 off brings the total price down from $399.99 to $299.99.
It was available through the Black Friday weekend, but we didn't expect it to roll over into Cyber Monday. Likely, this is the last chance you'll get for a while to grab the new GPS smartwatch at its lowest ever rate.
Unfortunately, those who acted fast have already snapped up the white band model - and have therefore put it out of stock - but the other color variations are still available at the wild $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 small $12 discount in early October.
We were certainly impressed by it when we delivered our verdict in our full Garmin Venu review it at its full $399.99, too - in fact, we gave it a 4/5 score.
We said: "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 youâre 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.
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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