A cycling computer will let you keep track of your distance and speed and help you navigate as you ride and give you loads of stats to pour over once you get home. The most sophisticated will do a lot more than that though, and there's no brand more closely associated with cycling computers than Garmin.
But Garmin isn't just about its Edge computers, it's got a whole range of kit to help out cyclists, including power meters, heart rate monitors and its Varia rearview radar. You can also ride with its Fenix and Forerunner smartwatches, which open up its performance monitoring tech for other activities like swimming and running and will monitor your heart rate, fitness and sleep quality 24/7, for the ultimate in health tracking.
In Cyclingnews' eternal aim to help our readers find the best cycling deals, we're outlining all things Garmin here in our Garmin deals round-up. And if you're looking for more than just Garmin, head to the bottom of this page for a roundup of our various deals guides.
Garmin cycling computers are considered by many to be the best cycling computers on the market, while the American brand also offers a range of the best cycling watches. Add to that some of the best bike lights, best power meters, and best heart rate monitors, and it becomes clear that Garmin could very well power your entire training regime if you wanted it to.
You can find great Garmin deals on all of the above. Usually, this would require hours of trawling through the sale pages of various websites, but we've done the hard work so you don't have to. Below, we've listed the best Garmin deals we've been able to find, ordered via country and device type. As ever, we'll update this page regularly with the latest deals, so if you can't find what you're looking for today, check back often for even more great Garmin deals.
Garmin deals at a glance
Our automated system hunts through the internet day and night to find the best deals at online retailers, searching millions of pages each day, so you can be sure that you've got access to the best current deals out there. Take a look below for the best deals on Garmin smartwatches and computers, or scroll down further for hand-picked deals and why we think each product and deal is great.
Garmin Deals USA
Garmin smartwatch deals: USA
Garmin Vivofit Jr 3 | 25% off at Amazon
Was $79.99 | Now $59.99
The Garmin Vivofit Jr 3 lets kids track fitness just like adults. With a large colour display, one year battery life, and 5 ATM water protection it will be there when they want it. For parents it gives a window into the big picture of your child's movement and sleep patterns. Make sure they are getting the movement they need and assign them tasks with reminders and rewards.
Garmin Forerunner 45 | 21% off at Amazon
Was $199.99 | Now from $157.99
The Garmin Forerunner 45 is positioned as an entry-level runners watch. That doesn't mean cyclists should look away though. With a heart rate monitor, body battery, and sleep tracking it's an inexpensive smartwatch to pair with a great cycling computer. On the bike, you can rely on your bike computer and off the bike, the watch can take over to track and guide your recovery. Or if you don't feel like staring at a computer but still want to track distance metrics the Forerunner 45 will do the trick. If you want a smaller watch the Forerunner 45S is 3mm smaller for the same price, with the same battery life, and through the same link.
Garmin Instinct | 25% off at Walmart
Was $299.99 | Now $224.94
The Instinct packs all Garmin's smartwatch features into a device that's constructed to US military standards. It comes with multi-constellation GPS tracking, a rugged plastic case and monochrome screen and with heart rate monitoring built in.
Garmin Vivoactive 4 | 23% off at Amazon
Was $349.99 | Now $269.00
With $150 knocked off the retail price, this deal on the Garmin Vivoactive 4 offers great value for money. Packed with features, including music, physical health monitoring, animated workouts and Pulse Ox sensors, this small device packs a veritable punch without breaking the bank.
Garmin Forerunner 645 Music | Up to 20% off at Moosejaw
Was $449.99 | Now from $359.99
You can carry up to 500 tracks with you on the 645 Music, plus it does all the fitness tracking that you'd want as you train, including heart rate, ground contact time and you can use Garmin Pay to pay for your post-workout energy boost.
Garmin Fenix 6S Pro | 36% off at Mike's Bikes
Was $699.99 | Now $449.95
Garmin’s Fenix Collection is regarded as being the best all-round multisport and outdoor watches on the market and it shows in the level of features on offer. The watch you see here is the 6S Pro - at 42mm in diameter, it might be smallest watch in the Fenix 6 range but it packs as much punch as its 6 and 6X siblings.
Garmin Fenix 5X Sapphire Ultimate | 25% off at Walmart
Was $699.99 | Now $524.90
A big saving on the Fenix 5 smartwatch, which includes maps and wrist-based heart rate monitoring. This spec has a sapphire glass lens, so it's going to withstand no end of abuse. The battery should handle up to 12 hours of GPS recording too.
Garmin Edge computer deals: USA
Garmin Edge 530 | 17% off at Amazon
Was $299.99 | Now $249.99
The Edge 530 is a great GPS unit for both on and off-road. Connecting with both Strava and Trailforks so you can try to best your personal records on the road bike or MTB. It's compatible with the Garmin Charge Power Pack for the longest rides and if you prefer to avoid a touchscreen then the Edge 530 is the best choice.
Garmin Edge 830 | 10% off at Amazon
Was $399.99 | Now $349.99
Garmin's more compact color touchscreen GPS has the same format as the non-touchscreen Edge 530, so it's compact and won't take up bar real estate. It still gives you much of the functionality of the top-spec Edge 1030 Plus though.
Garmin accessory deals: USA
Garmin HRM Dual Heart Rate Monitor | 15% off at Western Bike Works
Was $69.99 | Now $59.49
Get accurate data and train more effectively with a Garmin heart rate monitor chest strap. The Dual model is equipped with both Bluetooth and ANT+ technology, linking it with your Garmin cycling computer, smart phone, Apple TV, and/or fitness watch.
Garmin Varia UT800 Headlight | 33% off at Amazon
Was $149.99 | Now $99.99
With Garmin's Varia headlight you get a powerful and high-intensity beam apparently visible from more than a mile away. There are five light modes, ranging from a high 800-lumen constant beam to a 100-lumen night flash. Pair it with a Garmin bike computer and you'll get controls on the computer with the ability to automatically adjust brightness based on speed and ride profile. Choose between the trail edition or the urban edition offering either a bike mount or a helmet mount and the price stays the same.
Garmin Charge power pack | 10% off at Western Bike Works
Was $129.99 | Now $116.99
If you want to ride for long distances, or bikepack, and you are worried about the weather then there is no better way to charge an Edge 530, 830, or 1030 Plus. It's a waterproof option for adding up to an extra 24 hours of battery life. It's even there when you forget to charge your unit and you are already running late.
Garmin Vector 3 Power Meter Pedals (Pair) | 41% off at ProBikeKit
Was $1079.99 | Now $633.49
Garmin has now introduced the Rally power meter pedals, so there are good discounts to be found on its previous Vector 3 model. These direct-measurement power meter pedals deliver accurate and reliable data, and they're super easy to install.
Garmin deals UK
Garmin smartwatch deals: UK
Garmin Vivofit Jr 3 | 25% off at Amazon
Was £79.99 | Now £59.99
For the budding athlete, the Vivofit Jr 3 offers activity tracking in a wrist friendly package. It tracks steps, sleep and daily activity, as well as offering virtual coin rewards to be redeemed later. For parents it can provide piece of mind through the ICE (in case of emergency) widget. Input your child’s emergency contact information and it's there if they ever need it.
Garmin Forerunner 35 | 34% off at Wiggle
Was £129.99 | Now £84.99
It's slim, lightweight, and stylish; the Forerunner 35 is great looking and surprisingly feature-rich. It's GPS enabled, works with the Connect IQ store, and offers 24/7 HR tracking. Wiggle has slashed 33% off the price of the green or white versions.
Garmin Forerunner 645 Music | Up to 47% off at Wiggle
Was £349.99 | Now from £185.00
With the ability to take up to 500 songs with you and pair directly to Bluetooth headphones, the Forerunner 645 Music lets you leave your phone at home. It'll track all your activity metrics, such GPS, as heart rate, step count, Strava segments and more, as well as lifestyle metrics such as sleep tracking and more. There are tons of colour options available, too.
Garmin Forerunner 935 Multisport | 38% off at Wiggle
Was £389.99 | Now £239.99
Capturing data relevant to all sorts of activity types, such as trail running, hiking, strength training and more, the Forerunner 935 Multisport lets you transition to the next sport with a single button press. It comes with a battery that'll last up to two weeks, or 24 hours with GPS enabled.
Garmin Instinct Solar | 21% off at Garmin
Was £319.99 | Now £249.99
The Instinct Solar includes much of Garmin's best smartwatch tech, plus its solar charging and low drain monochrome screen means that it can potentially go for months without charging. In this deal, it comes with a nice £70 saving, too.
Garmin Fenix 6X Pro | 31% off at Amazon
Was £649.99 | Now £449.00
The Fenix 6X Pro takes all the same excellent features from the Garmin Fenix 6 Pro and it upsizes them. You still get mapping, GPS, grade-adjusted pace guidance, pulse ox sensor, music, and all the other advanced training features but your screen goes up an additional 20 pixels in each direction to 280x280 and there's extra battery life on board.
Garmin Fenix 6 Pro Solar | £180 off at Garmin
Was £729.99 | Now £549.99
The Fenix 6 Pro Solar Edition mixes hardware features. It lacks the ultra-hard sapphire crystal display but trades it for a roughly £50 savings and extra battery life in the form of solar charging. It's not as long last as the larger Fenix 6x series watches but it under the right conditions the solar charging adds two days of life to the smartwatch mode.
Garmin Fenix 6 Pro Sapphire | £100 off at Garmin
Was £699.00 | Now £599.99
The Fenix 6 Pro Sapphire Edition is for those who want a smaller watch but need the hardest possible glass. Sapphire is the third hardest mineral, or maybe the second, depending on the chart you look at. It's not impossible to scratch the sapphire crystal watch face but it's much more difficult than the Gorilla Glass used on other variations of the Fenix 6.
Garmin Fenix 6X Pro Solar | 26% off at Amazon
Was £849.99 | Now £627.18
The Fenix 6X Pro Solar is another variation on the Fenix 6x Pro. Features remain the same but the already exceptional battery that lasts between 21 days in smartwatch mode and up to 80 days using the most extreme battery saving mode gets a boost from solar charging. Under the right conditions you'll see an extra 3 days of battery life in smartwatch mode and as much as 40 days extra in battery saver watch mode.
Garmin Enduro | £50 off at Garmin
Was £699.99 | Now £649.99
For the endurance athlete, Garmin's latest Enduro smartwatch provides really long battery life thanks to its solar charging array and a function set that's a little paired down from the Fenix 6 but still gives you all the data you need to plan, execute and analyse your rides.
Garmin computer deals: UK
Garmin Edge 130 Plus | 23% off at Garmin
Was £169.99 | Now £129.99
Garmin's entry level bike computer comes with plenty of features to let you plan, track and analyse your rides. It's compact and has a minimal profile on the bike, whether you use the included stem mount or purchase a forward mount for the unit.
Garmin Edge 530 | 10% off at Garmin
Was £259.99 | Now £219.99
Replacing the Edge 520 and Edge 520 Plus, the Garmin Edge 530 is full of features for such a compact unit. From recording rides and providing turn-by-turn navigation, to tracking FTP and other training metrics, it's a powerful device that offers great value for money.
Garmin accessory deals: UK
Garmin Vector 3 - dual-sided | 43% off at Wiggle
Was £789.99 | Now £449.99
Although now superseded by the Rally power meter, the Vector dual-sided power meter is still a good option that can be switched from bike to bike with ease. It's a great way to retain consistent power data (and thus, consistent training) indoors, outdoors and across various bikes. Compatible with Look cleats and with the tech inside to connect via Bluetooth and ANT+.
Garmin Rally - dual-sided | 11% off at Chain Reaction Cycles
Was £959.99 | Now £853.99
Garmin's latest Rally power meter is getting great reviews, not least because you can swap between these Look Keo pedal bodies, Shimano SPD-SL and Shimano SPD bodies, for accurate power measurement whichever pedal and cleat system you use. There are similar percentage discounts on the single-sided Shimano SPD and SPD SL compatible versions.
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Paul has been on two wheels since he was in his teens and he's spent much of the time since writing about bikes and the associated tech. He's a road cyclist at heart but his adventurous curiosity means Paul has been riding gravel since well before it was cool, adapting his cyclo-cross bike to ride all-day off-road epics and putting road kit to the ultimate test along the way.
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