Amazon Offering Cyber Monday Deals on Wearable Technologies!

Amazon Offering Cyber Monday Deals on Wearable Technologies!

Cyber Monday is finally here!  There are an expected 113 million Americans expected to shop online today to take advantage of slashed prices to kick off the holiday shopping season.

For those of you who still have the stamina from Black Friday bargains and a weekend filled with email promotions clogging or blowing up your phone notifications, here is one more for the road.

Amazon is offering amazing deals on wearable technology devices-we have showcased a few select choices of extraordinary bargains available for you.

Garmin Fitness Trackers: 25% or more OFF select models

Save up to $50 on one of your favorite Fitbit devices

60% OFF Rowkin Bit Charge: Stereo Wireless Headphones with Portable Charger

Amazon Exclusive 40% OFF: 66 Audio BTS+ Bluetooth 4.0 Wireless Sports Headphones

Huawei Watch Stainless Steel with Black Suture Leather Strap (U.S. Warranty)  33% OFF

Garmin Forerunner 235 – Black/Gray

Samsung Gear S2 Smartwatch – Dark Gray 33% OFF

ASUS ZenWatch 2: AMOLED Smart Watch with Swarovski crystal bracelet – Swarovski Special Edition

These are only a few of the highlighted Deals available, check out Amazon for the latest deals in Wearable Devices and Happy Shopping!


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