These are the post-Black Friday smartwatch deals you can still buy

If you missed Black Friday you still have a chance to grab these discounts
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While Black Friday and Cyber Monday have become remnants of the past (at least for 2019) - and many deals gone along with them - there are still a few substantial savings that have stuck around. Chances are, however, these aren't going to stick around for much longer.

We've also seen some discounts that are only applicable on certain color variations, so your options are slightly more limited. There have, however, been some surprising extra savings on certain smartwatches and running watches.

The Garmin Forerunner 35, for example, is now $10 cheaper than it was, provided you want a white model. The further saving on the Versa 2 has also stuck around, but only if you opt for the petal variant.

Otherwise, the big savings on the likes of the Garmin Venu, Garmin Vivoactive 4 and new Fossil Gen 5 are still currently available for the time being. You're really playing it risky at this point, however, so these deals may well disappear at a moment's notice.

Still, at least at time of writing there are big savings to be had, so be sure to snap these up before they're gone for good.

We've broken down the discounts by different manufacturers for you below.


Considering the Gen 5 range only just came out, these are substantial savings on models aimed towards both men and women.


These are the cheapest prices the Versa 2 and Charge 3 have ever been sold.


The excellent Galaxy Watch Active 2 is still available for a low price.


There's no shortage of Garmin discounts on 2019 models. The stand outs are the Venu, Vivoactive 4 and a massive 50% saving on the older Fenix 5S.

This could well be your last chance to pick up these savings, so again don't delay. If you're feeling impatient, also grab an Amazon Prime 30-day free trial to unlock faster shipping and a whole load more.

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Before joining Wareable, Richard was Wearables and Fitness editor and then commercial content editor at Trusted Reviews.

He's also written for Expert Reviews and Computer Shopper magazine, covering every aspect of the tech world.

Richard still reviews tech to this day, with a particularly keen interest in where wearables are going around strength performance and conditioning.

He's now your go to writer for all of the best deals and discounts. You'll otherwise find him powerlifting in a gym somewhere.

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