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Garmin deals: Save on smartwatches, bike computers, lights and more

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The next big sales event is almost upon us, and whether you call them early deals or hoping for some Black Friday leftovers, there are plenty of Garmin deals available right now. We have already seen a huge amount of deals on Garmin products over the past few months; everything from cycling computers to smartwatches, and everything in between.

In our eternal efforts to collate all of the best cycling deals, we'll be outlining all-things Garmin here in our Garmin deals round-up. Alternatively, 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, and Garmin also offers a range of great smartwatches. However, over recent years, Wahoo has started to gain ground with its range of Elemnt computers and its newly minted smartwatch, so if you're a Wahooligan, we also have a round-up of the best Wahoo deals just for you.

Garmin Deals

Jump straight to the deals you want:
1. Cycling computers
2. Smartwatches
3. Power Meters
4. Accessories

To help you navigate the huge Garmin range and identify superior value for your requirements, we have compiled a list of some best buys.

Garmin deals on cycling computers 

Garmin computer deals: USA

Garmin Edge 1030 Bundle | 20% off at Competitive Cyclist
Was $699.99 | Now $559.99
This Garmin Edge 1030 bundle comes with the Edge 1030 computer, a speed sensor, cadence sensor, and heart rate monitor, too.View Deal

Garmin Edge 1030 | 25% off at Amazon
Was $599.99 | Now $451.95
If you just want a computer Clever Training has the headunit along discounted by 25%. As a navigational device, the Edge 1030 does it all: from turn-by-turn navigation and warning prompts, to course creation and routing. Like its smaller siblings, it's also compatible with Connect IQ, third-party applications and Garmin accessories such as Vector power pedals, the Varia Radar system and Virb action cameras.

Garmin Edge 1030 reviewView Deal

Garmin Edge 520 Plus | 25% off at Nashbar
Was $279.99 | Now $209.99
The Edge 520 is still 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.View Deal

Garmin Edge 130 | 5% off at Amazon
Was $199.99 | Now $189.99
This basic GPS unit can still record your rides, connect to ANT+ and Bluetooth accessories and has simple breadcrumb navigation. Its small form factor is perfect for those looking for an uncluttered handlebar area. View Deal

Garmin computer deals: UK

Garmin Edge 830 | 12% off at Decathlon
Was £349.99 | Now £309.99
In many way the Garmin Edge 830 is a next-level version of the Edge 530 listed in the deal above. The two track pretty much all the same metrics and pack the same powerful punch, but the 830 comes with a touchscreen display that offers a more intuitive user experience.View Deal

Garmin Edge 530 | 11% off at Decathlon
Was £259.99 | Now £229.99
Replacing the Edge 520 and Edge 520 Plus last year, the Garmin Edge 530 is chock-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.View Deal

Garmin Edge Explore | 20% off at Amazon
Was £219.99 | Now £175.00
The Garmin Edge Explore is more about adventuring than focusing on training or racing. As such, it's geared towards users who enjoy touring but still want the benefits of a large, colour touchscreen for navigational purposes.

It will measure heart-rate, but that's as far as fitness metrics go. There’s no support for power meters or workouts and the same goes for Live Strava Segments. Customisation is limited to only two screens but can be tailored with up to 10 data fields per page to go with separate stock pages for maps, elevation, compass and the GroupTrack.View Deal

Garmin Edge 520 Plus | 12% off at Decathlon
Was £199.99 | Now £174.99
The Garmin 520 is an advanced GPS cycling computer ideal for both navigation and competitive training. It comes with a preloaded Garmin cycle map to provide turn-by-turn directions, preloaded Strava live segments, Live Track and Group Track, smart notifications, rider-to-rider messaging, and more.View Deal

Garmin Edge 130 | 33% off at Argos
Was £149.99 | Now £99.99
Garmin’s Edge 130 packs an attractive list of features for a very fair price. Training programs can be sourced and synched from Garmin Connect or Training Peaks, whilst physiological parameters such as VO2 Max and heart rate can be integrated and viewed, too.

Although the display is not in colour, its graphics have crisp contrast and are easily readable – even in direct sunlight. Enjoy exploring? This Garmin device can also create a breadcrumb map when you are doing that, enabling easy navigation back home.View Deal

Garmin deals on smartwatches 

Garmin smartwatch deals: USA

Garmin Fenix 6X Pro | 21% off at Amazon
Was $749.99 | Now $594.80
Get access to mapping, GPS, music, grade-adjusted pace guidance, Pulse Ox sensors, and other advanced training features. All the while, the battery life is seemingly endless, thanks to the solar charging panel.View Deal

Garmin Fenix 5X Sapphire | 38% off at Amazon
Was $599.99 | Now $370.00
If you don't quite have $600 to lay down for the deal above, maybe this is more appropriate. A generation lower but still packed with features, the Fenix 5X Sapphire comes with full-colour Topo U.S. mapping, routable cycling maps and other navigation features, as well as preloaded run profiles and dynamic training for multiple sports.View Deal

Garmin Forerunner 935 | 41% off at Amazon
Was $499.99 | Now $295.00
When we spotted this deal, Amazon's low-stock siren was flashing already. Since then, the price has gone down further, but it seems there has been a restock – although we're not sure how long it will last. Technically aimed predominantly at runners, the Forerunner 935 offers exceptional value for money now that it's no longer the top-tier model in the range. You'll still get GPS, multisport tracking, and advanced training features.View Deal

Garmin Vivoactive 4 | 34% off at Amazon
Was $349.99 | Now $230.00
With over $100 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.View Deal

Garmin Vivoactive 3 | 50% off at Amazon
Was $279.99 | Now $140.00
Grab yourself an intelligent smartwatch with preloaded GPS and indoor sports apps, VO2 Max tracking, Garmin Pay and battery life up to seven days (13 hours in GPS mode) for almost half the price.View Deal

Garmin Forerunner 35 | 30% off at Amazon
Was $169.99 | Now $119.00
Designed for runners, yes, but that doesn't mean there isn't a crossover into cycling. It can connect to Garmin Connect, control your music, measure your heart rate and more. The white band
colour gets the best deal, but the other three colours are a few bucks more expensive.View Deal

Garmin smartwatch deals: UK

Garmin Fenix 5S Plus Sapphire Performer Bundle | 47% off at Wiggle
Was £759.99 | Now £399.99
With a slightly smaller size factor, the Fenix 5S Sapphire still has all the power of the larger version but is designed to fit smaller wrists. WIth a 240x240px display, the 5S Sapphire has a similarly scratch-resistant screen, full-colour maps pre-loaded and can create routes using Garmin's Trendline popularity routing. 

It's fully integrated with the brand's First Beat technology and features the cycling metrics recently launched with the Edge 830 like Climb Pro. The bundle comes with a waterproof HRM-Tri heart rate monitor, but the watch also has an Optical HR sensor, too. View Deal

Garmin Venu | 16% off at Very UK
Was £299.99 | Now £249.99
The Venu is one of Garmin's most stylish watches that also packs a powerful punch when it comes to features. The first in the line to have a bright AMOLED display, it tracks your health, energy levels, menstrual cycle and heart rate. You can easily download songs to it, connect it with wireless headphones, record more than 20 types of sports, and train with on-screen workouts.View Deal

Garmin Vivoactive 3 | 23% off at Amazon
Was £219.99 | Now £169.00
Nab yourself a fitness-tracking smartwatch that comes with preloaded GPS and indoor sports apps, VO2 Max tracking, Garmin Pay and battery life up to seven days (13 hours in GPS mode).View Deal

Garmin Forerunner 35 | 23% off at Wiggle
Was £129.99 | Now £99.99
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 23% off the price.View Deal

Garmin deals on power meters 

Garmin power meter deals: USA

Garmin Vector 3 Power Meter Pedals (Pair) | 20% off at Nashbar
Was $999.99 | Now $799.99
These direct-measurement power meter pedals deliver accurate and reliable data, and they're super easy to install. Sync them up with your Garmin Connect app via Bluetooth and use them to measure your balance, cadence and other advanced cycling metrics. Easy links up with the rest of Garmin's cycling range, including watches and Edge computers.View Deal

Garmin Vector 3S - single-side  | 17% off at Clever Training
Was $599.99 | Now $499.99
If you seek the most accurate Garmin accessory for measuring power on your ride, into a Garmin device, these pedals are it. Compatible with both Garmin Vector and Look Keo cleats, these pedals offer a generous 6 degrees of float. Bluetooth connectivity boosts the ability to communicate with Garmin’s ecosystem, in addition to ANT+ data connectivity. These pedals can generate data on power, cadence and climbing dynamics.View Deal

Garmin power meter deals: UK

Garmin Vector 3 - dual-sided | 23% off at ProBikeKit
Was £849.99 | Now £649.99
A dual-sided power meter that can be switched from bike to bike with ease, the Garmin Vector pedals are 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+.View Deal

Garmin Vector 3 single-side | 20% off at ProBikeKit
Was £499.00 | Now £399.00
Garmin's Vector range of pedal-based power meters are some of the best power meters available. Not only because they offer accuracy within one per cent, but also because they're so easy to switch between bikes. In spring/autumn, when you're regularly switching between your summer bike and your winter bike, having consistent power measurement across both is really useful to your training.View Deal

Garmin deals on accessories 

Garmin accessory deals: USA

Garmin Varia RTL510 | 32% off at Wiggle
Was $337.00 | Now $225.99
More than just a rear light, the Varia has an inbuilt radar that can sense how far – or close – a car is behind you, giving you a clear picture as to what's coming from behind. Hurry before stock runs out completely!View Deal

Garmin accessory deals: UK

Garmin Varia RTL510 | 26% off at Wiggle
Was £269.99 | Now £199.00
More than just a rear light, the Varia has an inbuilt radar which can sense how far – or close – a car is behind you, giving you a clear picture as to what's coming from behind.View Deal

Garmin Varia UT800 Headlight | 13% off at Amazon
Was £149.99 | Now £129.83
Garmin's Varia headlight provides a high-intensity and powerful beam that's claimed to be visible from more than one mile away in daylight. Five light modes range from a 100-lumen night flash all the way up to a high 800-lumen constant beam. Complete with a helmet mount, the Varia headlight automatically adjusts to ambient light conditions, speed and ride profile in order to extend the battery life.View Deal

Garmin Heart Rate Monitor Pro Strap | 21% off at Wiggle
Was £119.99 | Now £93.99
Using ANT+ or Bluetooth, you can connect this heart rate monitor strap to external devices and online training apps like Zwift, to capture training dynamics and data.View Deal

Garmin HRM Dual | 14% off at ProBikeKit
Was £59.99 | Now £51.49
Using both ANT+ and Bluetooth, the HRM Dual allows you to connect to Zwift without an ANT+ connector, saving you even more money. View Deal

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