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The Garmin Fenix 7 smartwatch has had a tidy reduction in the Amazon spring sale

The five-star Garmin Fenix 7 won our coveted Best Buy Award, and now you can get it for less in Amazon’s spring sale

Searching for a new smartwatch but haven’t had the time? Well, not to worry because we’ve put the hours in to find a deal worth considering. You can now get the Garmin Fenix 7 for just £426, saving you a brilliant £40 off its average price tag of £466.

So if you’re looking to bag the “best multi-sports wearable money can buy” for less, don’t hang around, as this superb offer ends today (at 11.59pm, to be precise).

Did the Garmin Fenix 7 get a good review?

  • In our glowing Garmin Fenix 7 review, we gave the sensational smartwatch a maximum of five stars out of five.
  • We loved it so much that we bestowed upon it our coveted Expert Reviews Best Buy award.
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What’s so good about the Garmin Fenix 7?

  • Superb GPS accuracy, with the help of GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) support. Testing showed the distances matched those reported by the Stryd running pod to within 1.1%, with very little wandering of corner-cutting.
  • Excellent battery life – 11 days in standard smartwatch mode, with a continuous GPS and heart-rate use of 26 hours.
  • Features a whopping 79 sports-tracking profiles.

Are there any disadvantages to this Garmin Fenix 7 deal?

  • Multi-band GNNS is only available on sapphire models.
  • Native running power is not included. However, you can purchase a separate accessory such as the Stryd running pod, or one of Garmin’s running power-compatible accessories, such as the Garmin HRM-Pro chest belt or the Garmin Running Dynamics Pod.
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How has the Garmin Fenix 7’s price changed over time?

  • The Garmin Fenix 7 has dropped as low as £398 in the past, but its current discounted rate of £426 isn’t far off – especially when you consider its average Amazon listing of £466.
  • At launch, it carried a price tag of £600.

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How does Expert Reviews find deals?

Boy oh boy, do we love deals. At Expert Reviews, we pride ourselves on finding only the best money-saving offers for our readers, and you can find an in-depth explanation of our methods in this dedicated article.

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