Black Friday deal of the day: Get the Puma Smartwatch for its lowest price

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The Puma Smartwatch hasn’t been long on the market, but that hasn’t stopped Amazon slashing the price by 30% as part of its range of Fossil Black Friday discounts. You now have less than 24 hours to make a whopping $82.50 saving, taking this new sporty smartwatch down to just $192.50.

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Amazon: Puma Smartwatch - Save $82.50

Amazon: Puma Smartwatch – Save $82.50

Amazon has discounted every color variant by the same price, so you have a choice of either black, white or neon green finishes to adorn your wrist.

The Puma Smartwatch was only released in September, so such big discounts come as a real surprise. As you can see from this price history graph, this is the first discount Amazon has produced for this wearable.

Black Friday One Day deal: Get the Puma Smartwatch for its lowest price

As mentioned, however, you only have until the end of today (11/28) to snap up this bargain. Chances are it won’t be near this price again.

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The Puma Smartwatch is the first wearable released as part of a partnership between the sporty brand and Fossil Group. As expected, it includes a heart rate monitor and built-in GPS, making it a good choice for outdoor workouts.

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Its sports-friendly design will also stand up to the rigours of sweat and exercise without any issue. It’s also water-resistant to 5ATM so you can take it for a swim, too. There’s also NFC for contactless Google Pay.

Amazon: Puma Smartwatch - Save $82.50

Amazon: Puma Smartwatch – Save $82.50

Quick Link: View all Fossil discounts – up to 40% off for one day only

This discount on the Puma Smartwatch joins a range of one day only savings from Amazon including a big $90 off the Fossil Gen 5 range.

For other big Black Friday discounts just like this one, be sure to check out our in-depth coverage:


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