Deal: The Fossil Sport for just $154 is a bargain not to be missed

The sporty smartwatch is at its lowest price
Fossil Sport is on sale for just $154
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If you're after a Wear OS smartwatch with the latest tech inside, the Fossil Sport is one worth considering. It's just dropped in price to a staggering $154.04, which is the lowest price it's ever been by quite some margin.

Amazon: Fossil Sport - Save $120.98
Amazon: Fossil Sport - Save $120.98

The Fossil Sport is one of only a few Wear OS smartwatches that include the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 3100 chip inside, and certainly one of the more affordable options.

With a surprising $120.98 off at the moment, that's even more true. For context, Fossil had its own sale on its online store a few weeks ago and that brought it down to $199, which was still a significant saving but not a patch on this discount.

Deal: The Fossil Sport for just $154 is a bargain not to be missed

It's only the Smoke/Blue model in 43mm model that's available for this price. You'll have to pay a little extra for the Smoke/Black model at $166.79, but even that is a big saving and is likewise the lowest price it's ever been from Amazon.

Beyond the Snapdragon Wear 3100, the Fossil Sport includes all the sensors you would expect befitting its name. There's built-in GPS, a heart rate monitor and 4GB of storage if you want to load it up with music for your workouts. It's also water-resistant to 5ATM, so perfectly happy to go for a swim.

Amazon: Fossil Sport - Save $120.98
Amazon: Fossil Sport - Save $120.98

As ever, it's not clear how long this price will stick around as the Fossil Sport has been prone to fluctuations as you can see in the above price graph. If you're interested, snap one up early to avoid disappointment. Pick up a free 30-day Amazon Prime trial while you're at it if you want expedited delivery.

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