It's Garmin's birthday, and to celebrate it's holding a sale with up to $200 off a wide range of its best GPS watches. From the tiny Garmin Lily to the heavy duty Fenix 6 Pro, there's something for just about everyone here.
We've picked out our top picks from the birthday sale below, but you can also browse all the deals on Garmin's site yourself to see if something else catches your eye. If you're not in the US, we've also rounded up a selection of the best Garmin deals where you are at the bottom of this article.
Garmin Instinct Esports Edition:
Save $160 This is essentially the same as the regular (and excellent) Garmin Instinct, but is also capable of displaying your heart rate on screen while you're playing a game. Even if you never use that feature, this is an excellent price for this watch, which packs all the same features (and impressive battery life) as the standard version.
Garmin Vivoactive 4:
Save $150 The Vivoactive 4 (and the more compact Vivoactive 4S) are ideal for anyone who enjoys exercising regularly and wants to keep tabs on their activity levels, but would find the advanced training tools of a Fenix or Forerunner watch overkill. The 4S is Garmin's smallest GPS watch, making it great for slim wrists.
Garmin Lily Sport Edition:
Save $50 The Lily is a super small device designed to resemble a piece of jewelry rather than a traditional smartwatch, and the sports edition has a slender silicone band that won't get in the way at the gym, even if you're wearing tight sleeves, There are good women's health tools, and you can activate the emergency alert by repeatedly tapping on the screen if you need help.
Garmin Lily Classic:
Save $50 If you want something a little smarter that will let you keep tracking those steps at the office and formal events, this version of the Lily has a sleek Italian leather band and a digital display that vanishes until you activate it, leaving just a stylish patterned face.
Garmin Vivomove Sport:
Save $30 The Vivomove (in all its different color and material options) has an unusual hybrid face, with analog hands that move aside to reveal a hidden digital display for your workout stats. It doesn't have its own GPS module, relying on a Bluetooth connection to your phone instead, but is a stylish watch if you love staying active, but aren't aiming to smash personal records.
Not in the US, or can't see the watch you want in Garmin's birthday sale? Here are the best deals on a range of the company's other smartwatches where you are.
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Cat is the editor of Advnture, She’s been a journalist for 13 years, and was fitness and wellbeing editor on TechRadar before joining the Advnture team in 2022. She’s a UK Athletics qualified run leader, and in her spare time enjoys nothing more than lacing up her shoes and hitting the roads and trails (the muddier, the better).