By Stefan Abram
Amongst the specific Amazon Prime Day cycling deals, there’s also a healthy line of discounts on wearable tech, with great offers on GPS smart watches across a range of brands – from Garmin to Polar to FitBit.
To bag the Prime Day deals, you will need to sign up for an Amazon Prime account – the good news is that there is currently a 30-day free trial and you can cancel your subscription as soon as you’ve snaffled your deal.
Garmin Fenix 6 Pro
Packed with features, the Fenix 6 does everything you might want. Beyond just tracking your rides and runs (along with many other sports) it comes preloaded with TOPO maps to help guide you on your way. To drill into the details, you can read our review here.
View deal USA: Was $649.99, now $549.99
View deal UK: Was £649.99, now £435.00
Polar Vantage M
We gave the Polar Vantage M 4.5/5 when we reviewed it. It's a GPS multisport watch that can do 24/7 activity and sleep tracking, supplies a huge amount of data and you can record your activity sessions across a broad range of sports including cycling of course.
View deal USA: Was $279.95, now $229.10
View deal UK: Was £249.00, now £149.95
With an optical wrist-based heart rate monitor and GPS tracking, the Polar Ignite is a very cost effective way to better track your rides and runs. It links to Polar's Flow app, can record your sleep, has touchscreen functionality and even provides a breathing exercise to help you relax.
View deal USA: Was $229.95, now $175.52
View deal UK: Was £174.50, now £124.99
Fitbit Versa 2
Fitbit’s Versa 2 is part of the new generation of fitness trackers. Not only can it track your key fitness metrics when linked to your smartphone, but it also boasts a four day battery life and is even able to make contactless payments. Our colleagues on Techradar rated the Versa 2 very highly when they tested it.
View deal USA: Was $179.95, now $154.42
View deal UK: Was £199.99, now £119.00
For more deals on a whole range of cycling products, jump across to our Amazon Prime Day hub page, where we have tyres, pedals, bib shorts, head units and many more discounts to get stuck into.
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