Amazon Prime Day is here and I've been eagerly awaiting some Garmin deals to share with friends and family. As I've become a self proclaimed sports watch geek, I've picked through hundreds of Prime Day deals to bring you my personal selection of the best Garmin sports and sailing watches that are available with big discounts.

This Amazon Prime Day, if you look carefully you’ll spot the tidy little bargains. As the self appointed sports watch geek here in the marine team, I’ve always got my eye on Garmin watch deals for friends and family, so you dear reader get the benefit of this too today.

I’ve been wearing a Garmin Quatix 6 and Quatix 7 for the past couple of years and they have been brilliant bits of kit for every day use.

I’ve done the hard work of picking out the best Prime Day Garmin watch deals for you, so you can save time and take advantage of some great savings on some of our best tried and tested gear.

Don’t forget, if you want to get the best price, you’ll have to be an Amazon Prime member – if you aren’t already, you can sign up for a 30-day free trial.

Best Prime Day Garmin watch deals

Garmin Instinct 2 Solar – save 45% (now £219.99, was £399.99)
I tested the Instinct 2 solar when it was first released last year and was really impressed by it. It had long battery life and a simple interface that worked well and synced with my phone easily via the Garmin App.
It’s been on test for over a year now with no complaints from our tester.

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Garmin EPIX Gen 2
If the fenix 7 is the ultimate, then this is the er, ultimater smart sports watch… If you’re going to call your watch EPIX then it sure as heck better be epic. It is, without doubt a brilliant bit of tech to wear all day every day. There’s some other colour options but this version offers the biggest discount as $100 off the original price. It is in most ways identical to the fenix 7 and very much like the quatix series, just without the dedicated MOB button.
Save 24%% (listed elsewhere at $589, prime deal price $449)

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