We’re talking high-tech gear — smartwatches, headlamps, and more — at discounts up to 50 percent off.
Gadgets and high-tech accessories can do wonders for your running game. Smartwatchestrack important metrics like heart rate and pace, while wireless earbuds provide exceptional sound to power our workouts. But, most carry a substantial price tag.
Luckily, Amazon is currently offering great deals on a number of products from Apple, Garmin, Samsung, and more. Among them are Runner’s World favorites such as the Powerbeats Pro wireless earbuds and the Apple Watch Series 6, marked down by 15 and 10 percent, respectively. Check out other top deals below—and be aware that discounts can change based on color selection.
The Forerunner 935 includes an altimeter, barometer, and electronic compass for monitoring elevation and pressure changes. The watch is also compatible with cycling, swimming, cross-country skiing, and other workouts, so you can stay on top of your cross-training as well.
Score $100 off these wireless buds, which you can control and customize via Sennheiser’s Smart Control app. Personalize the sound output, enable transparent hearing, and prompt voice assist. One single charge supplies seven hours of juice, while the compact charging case delivers 13 more.
Save 10 percent on the latest iteration of the Apple Watch, lauded by Runner’s World staff for its easy-to-read screen, fall detection feature, and sleep, EKG, and blood oxygen measuring capabilities. Plus: It charges from zero to 100 percent in just 1.5 hours.
This rechargeable headlamp can emit 1,200 lumens of light over a burn time of five hours, although the brightness is adjustable. The battery is situated on the back of the thick headband, but can be removed and carried in your running pack.
The Vivoactive 3 boasts a 5 ATM water rating, making it safe for swimming, showering, or getting caught in an unexpected rainstorm. Download your favorite running and cross-training exercises, or choose a workout from one of the 15-plus preloaded apps. No matter what you decide, the watch will estimate your VO2 max, and track your heart rate variability and stress levels.
Find a number of flashy features in this newer version of the Vivoactive. In short: It delivers 20-plus preloaded workout apps, a pulse oximeter to monitor daily blood oxygen saturation, plus hydration, respiration, and advanced sleep tracking. And it comes in two sizes: 40mm and 45mm.
The Lintelek fitness tracker monitors heart rate, analyzes sleep quality, tracks steps and calorie output, and even receives calls and texts. It’s got most of the features you’d find in an advanced smartwatch, but at a fraction of the price.
A Runner’s World Editors’ Choice winner, the Powerbeats Pro wireless buds offer an exceptional fit (thanks to secure ear hooks that stay in place midrun), expansive sound, nine-hour battery life, and an instant, dependable Bluetooth connection.
Snag the discounted Garmin Forerunner 35 for a no-frills, straightforward GPS running watch. In addition to 24/7 heart rate monitoring, it tracks steps, calories, distance, and pace. Stats and data are uploaded automatically to Garmin Connect so you can easily keep tabs on your fitness.
Samsung’s Galaxy Buds+ implement ambient sound, filtering in an adjustable volume of street noise, oncoming traffic, and more while you listen to your favorite tunes. A single charge provides 11 hours of continuous music, but if you’re forgetful, don’t worry—three minutes of charging delivers one hour of listening time for your next workout or run.
The Forerunner 945 still wields a hefty price tag, but it packs everything you’d need in a running watch. It features full-color maps for simplified navigation, stores up to 1,000 songs, and measures cadence, stride length, balance, VO2 max, heart rate variability—the list goes on.
On one charge, the Vista lasts six hours and stays connected via Jaybird’s proprietary Bluetooth chip. They’re dust-, sweat-, and waterproof, and measure smaller than most other wireless buds out there.
For less than $30, you get impressive volume (although there is a lack of ambient sound, according to previous Runner’s World testing), 10 hours of battery life, and reflective cables for nighttime visibility.
Three GPS systems in the Instinct allow for more precise tracking in challenging, rugged environments. Built to military standards, it can withstand harsh elements—its battery life can even last up to 14 days in smartwatch mode, or up to 16 hours in GPS mode.
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