Black Friday deal of the day: Get the Puma Smartwatch for its lowest price

This sporty smartwatch has never been cheaper
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The Puma Smartwatch hasn't been long on the market, but that hasn't stopped Amazon slashing the price by 30% as part of its range of Fossil Black Friday discounts. You now have less than 24 hours to make a whopping $82.50 saving, taking this new sporty smartwatch down to just $192.50.


Amazon has discounted every color variant by the same price, so you have a choice of either black, white or neon green finishes to adorn your wrist.

The Puma Smartwatch was only released in September, so such big discounts come as a real surprise. As you can see from this price history graph, this is the first discount Amazon has produced for this wearable.

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As mentioned, however, you only have until the end of today (11/28) to snap up this bargain. Chances are it won't be near this price again.

The Puma Smartwatch is the first wearable released as part of a partnership between the sporty brand and Fossil Group. As expected, it includes a heart rate monitor and built-in GPS, making it a good choice for outdoor workouts.

Its sports-friendly design will also stand up to the rigours of sweat and exercise without any issue. It's also water-resistant to 5ATM so you can take it for a swim, too. There's also NFC for contactless Google Pay.


Quick Link: View all Fossil discounts - up to 40% off for one day only

This discount on the Puma Smartwatch joins a range of one day only savings from Amazon including a big $90 off the Fossil Gen 5 range.

For other big Black Friday discounts just like this one, be sure to check out our in-depth coverage:


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Richard Easton

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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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