Black Friday comes right after Thanksgiving, and if you need the motivation to start burning off all that turkey, then you might want to consider a Garmin smartwatch. If you're in the hunt for the perfect fitness tracking devices, especially one with GPS, then this roundup of Garmin Black Friday deals is perfect for you.

In fact, the cheapest model on sale right now will set you back just $40, and there are options for both adults and kids! Here are the highlights!

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Garmin GPS devices and smartwatches

Amazon has select Garmin smartwatches and GPS devices on sale today only as part of Black Friday. This deal includes models like the Fenix 5X, vivofit jr, and the vivomove HR while supplies last.

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Today's sale at Amazon includes some of the most popular wearable GPS devices and smartwatches from Garmin at up to 43% off recent pricing. The sale even features a deal on the highly-reviewed Garmin Fenix 5X Sapphire. Now on sale for $299.99, today's deal saves you a whopping $300 off its original price. This is Garmin's ultimate multisport GPS watch with full-color Topo U.S. mapping, routable cycling maps, and other outdoor navigation features. Best of all, it's designed to withstand tough weather conditions and can receive notifications from your phone, too.

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If you don't need a watch with tons of advanced GPS features, Garmin's vivomove HR could be a better buy. Today it's discounted down to $149 in a few different styles, saving you just over $150 off its regular cost. These hybrid watches are designed to look great while keeping you updated on your notifications at a glance. You can use one to control your music or track your heart rate as well.

Meanwhile, the most affordable pick in the sale is the Garmin vivomove jr., down to $39.99. This fitness tracker is designed just for kids and comes in three fun styles at $40 off its usual price. These can be worn anywhere your child goes, even in the shower or the pol, connects with a parent mobile app, and lasts for up to a year on a single battery. It's best intended for children from the ages of four and nine.

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