is more than halfway through and it’s running . As always, Amazon’s annual summer blowout sale will offer — and retailers including , and eBay are joining in with their own sales, too.
These deals were already on sale before Prime Day got started, either left over from an extended, or maybe for an early .
Now, to be clear: We expect ato arrive as soon as September. But here are the best deals we’ve seen so far.
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Apple’s newest watch gets a rare discount. Although a new version is expected in the fall, at least you can save on the EKG-measuring, larger-screened watch. The extra savings on the gold version is gone, but there are still a few colors remaining at $50 off.
The larger-size Apple Watch Series 4 also gets a discount, matched at other retailers such as Best Buy.
The older Series 3 watch doesn’t have EKG, but it does everything else just fine, and has GPS. The larger-size 42mm version was probably the best overall Apple Watch discount of the moment… and now it’s no longer listed on Amazon, but you can get it now at Walmart.
The Versa Lite lacks GPS, and doesn’t have the swim tracking and stair climbing of the fuller-featured Versa, but at this price it’s the best version to get. Savings have dropped a bit from what they were, but it’s still a solid deal.
Technically the price is $49.63, but we’re rounding up. Fitbit’s newest budget fitness tracker released this spring gets a discount. It lacks heart rate tracking (available on the not-on-sale Inspire HR), but it’s water resistant, and tracks steps and sleep.
Fitbit’s only GPS watch is years old and has a different design than Versa, but it runs the same apps and watch faces, and also has Fitbit Pay and music storage. The extra savings gets added once the watch is in the cart.
The Fitbit Charge 3 came out a year ago, and some users have reported problems on Amazon’s customer reviews. It’s still the best overall non-smartwatch fitness tracker, and has more features than the recent Fitbit Inspire HR. It lacks GPS, but has stair climbing and swim tracking.
Garmin’s best smartwatch gets a big discount. This isn’t the music-storing model, but the Vivoactive 3 can handle activity, swimming, GPS and more.
Take the above Garmin Vivoactive 3 and add music storage, and you have the Vivoactive 3 with Music. If you’re interest in that feature at all, give this version a shot.
Garmin’s midrange GPS running watch is a few years old and still highly reviewed. This price drop is currently just for the blue model.
Originally published earlier. Updated to verify that sales are still ongoing.