Deal: Fossil Q (3rd Gen) smartwatches with Wear OS are up to 43% off on Amazon

Deal: Fossil Q (3rd Gen) smartwatches with Wear OS are up to 43% off on Amazon
Fossil isn't a new entry in the smartwatch industry, so anyone looking for a good smartwatch can easily go for one of its products. Unlike companies like LG, Samsung, and Huawei, which launch one or two smartwatches every year, Fossil outs entire lineups that can contain dozens of new models every year.

But that's understandable since the former companies are mostly known for their smartphones, whereas Fossil is one of the biggest watchmakers on the market. In any case, those of you eyeing Fossil's products will be pleased to know that Amazon is running a massive sale on the 3rd Gen smartwatches where you could save up to 40%.

You can find below the complete list of Fossil smartwatches that are now on sale at Amazon, along with their discounted price:

Fossil Q Explorist
  • Fossil Q Explorist (Smoke) - $157 (usually $275)
  • Fossil Q Explorist (Black) - $155 (usually $255)
  • Fossil Q Explorist (Stainless Steel) - $199 (usually $255)
  • Fossil Q Explorist (Navy Gold) - $219 (usually $255)
  • Fossil Q Explorist (Gold Stainless Steel) - $226 (usually $275)

Fossil Q Venture
  • Fossil Q Venture (Gold) - $157 (usually $275)
  • Fossil Q Venture (Silver) - $163 (usually $255)
  • Fossil Q Venture (Black) - $219 (usually $255)
  • Fossil Q Venture (Sand Leather) - $199 (usually $255)
  • Fossil Q Venture (Two-tone) - $226 (usually $275)
  • Fossil Q Venture (Stainless Steel) - $199 (usually $275)
  • Fossil Q Venture (Rose Gold) - $199 (usually $275)
  • Fossil Q Venture (Pink) - $226 (usually $275)
  • Fossil Q Venture (Gold Stainless Steel) - $150 (usually $275)

It's worth mentioning that the Fossil smartwatches in the list above are all powered by Wear OS by Google and come with similar hardware configuration. The only thing that's different is their design and the number watch faces they include by default.

source: Amazon via AndroidPolice

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5 Comments

1. GreenMan

Posts: 2697; Member since: Nov 09, 2015

I don't know about you; but for almost $160, I'd rather buy something else. Something a tad bit more useful. Around here one can have a Huawei 7C for just a tad bit more ($200). For those who don't know; The 7C has a Snapdragon 450 14nm SoC paired with 3GB RAM, 3,000mAh battery, dual camera, FPS + Face Unlock, Android 8.0 Oreo with 18:9 6" HD Display. And apart from the low resolution; this phone is pretty fantastic. Or you can buy a Xiaomi Redmi 5 or Nokia 5 which are going for roughly $150. Smartwatches are only for rich young people who wake-up everyday thinking "Gee, on what gadget should I waste my old man's money on today?" I wish I had to ask that question in my teenage! Must be a pretty nice feeling, eh?! But too bad; I was busy working 13 hours a day; 86 hours a week (8 Hours on Sundays) as a salesman in 110°F! A job that almost killed me... In any case; the so called 'usability' of a smartwatch is more of a novelty than a 'productivity' thus far. But feel free to disagree. G'Day!

2. RebelwithoutaClue unregistered

Smartwatches are only for rich young people who wake-up everyday thinking "Gee, on what gadget should I waste my old man's money on today?" Wow, generalize much? I know around 20 people with a smartwatch, from Apple watch to Wear OS to Samsung Tizen and none of them are rich young kids but all grown up people with decent jobs

3. Doakie

Posts: 2478; Member since: May 06, 2009

Yeah... Well.... As a working man who works with his hands I can tell you my smartwatch saves me a lot of time. Combined with my Bluetooth in my ear whenever a phone call rings I can see who it is and click the button on my headset to take the call, swipe away the call to dismiss it. I can view Hangouts messages and use voice to reply to them. I can pause music or podcasts when customers approach me. I start a stopwatch every morning to track my progress through the day to make sure I stay on time. There's a lot of things that change for me when my watch doesn't charge overnight. But for cubical monkeys I can see where just having your phone out on the desk all day would negate the reason to own a smartwatch.

4. Ozsikhs

Posts: 58; Member since: Sep 03, 2015

Replied to GreenMan These are also discounted at JB-HiFi's

5. Feanor

Posts: 1346; Member since: Jun 20, 2012

I have seen many, many people that must have starved for months to be able to show off with the latest Apple gadget (the Apple Watch being the first of them) but when it comes to a Wear OS device, even $150 is deemed too expensive. That says something about the brand power of Apple, regardless whether the smartwatch, be it Apple Watch or Wear OS or Tizen is a useful device or not.

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