You can link Garmin to a GPS system: you know, the old school systems we all keep in our cars, like Google Maps and Waze. But Garmin products are much more than that – with a range of fitness gadgets and GPS navigation devices that are just as powerful. Garmin has launched a number of offers this month that will help you improve your fitness or navigate unfamiliar roads with ease. Check out our top picks for Garmin fitness watches, heart rate monitors, GPS trackers and more below. Good news? You don't have to wait until Prime Day 2023 to get these big savings.
If you're upgrading your technology—from fitness smartwatches to heart rate monitors to in-car navigation systems—check out Garmin's offerings for some of today's most popular items. We're huge Garmin fans here: we've reviewed (and loved) the affordable Vivoactive 4 smartwatch, the Forerunner 35 GPS watch, and more in the past. What better time to invest in tools that can help you track, analyze, and live your daily life than during the 2023 Premier Day pre-sale? Find running smartwatches that create personalized fitness plans, GPS trackers that keep you safe on the road with real-time alerts and alternative route suggestions, heart rate monitors that track running dynamics, and more from our top picks. Garmin offers the following.
The best GPS smartwatch deals
Why we love it
Garmin's flagship 245 Music smartwatch helps you navigate your surroundings one step (or up to ten steps). It has excellent battery life - up to 7 days in smartwatch mode, 6 hours in GPS mode with music - and gives you very detailed training analysis. It can tell you if you're training too hard or too hard, like a personal trainer on a watch. For the serious runner, Forerunner 245 Music balances ground contact time, stride length, stride ratio and more. Event detection ensures that if you fall (knock on wood), your real-time location will be sent to your emergency contact on your partner's phone.
The best GPS Navigator offers
Why we love it
We get it, sometimes it's easier to just keep your phone still and navigate through Google Maps, Apple Maps, or (if you're weird) Waze. But it's not a bad idea to go GPS pro and use a real navigation device like the Garmin DriveSmart 65 GPS Navigator. It has bright, easy-to-read maps, pairs with your smartphone for hands-free calling, alerts you to traffic cameras and parking spots, and even offers guides to America's national parks. How cool is that? Does your phone display 3D buildings and places on the map ?
Best offer for heart rate monitor
Why we love it
Similar to the Forerunner 245 Music smartwatch we mentioned above, the Garmin HRM-Pro heart rate monitor tracks mobility such as vertical cadence, ground contact time and stride length. In fact, it's easily compatible with Garmin watches and can send detailed HR information after completing "unknown" activities like swimming to the smartwatch. For a belt so small and light, it's amazing how it can count/store your steps, calories and intensity minutes during your workout. Wear it with pride during your next HIIT or 5K session and watch your health gauge change.