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Deal: Fossil Q Android Wear-powered smartwatches are 25% off

Deal: Fossil Q Android Wear-powered smartwatches are 25% off
Cyber Monday might be on its way out the door, but that doesn't mean that all of the deals are gone. Smartwatches and wearables make for excellent gifts this holiday season, both for yourself and loved ones, and if you're still on the hunt for a solid deal, Fossil has some pretty great savings to offer on their Q line of Android Wear-powered wearables.

Although the Fossil Q smartwtches may not be the most revolutionary or exciting Android Wear devices out there, they certainly are professional and sophisticated looking. The smartwatches that feature discounted prices incldue the Fossil Q Founder 2.0, Marshal, and Wander, with each one featuring a unique and distinctive design. All of the watches feature IP67 water and dust resistance, and all should last about one full day of use before needing to be placed on the charger to top up.

Fossil offers numerous colors and band types for all three models, and while prices for the watches normally cost anywhere from $275 and $315, they can currently be purchased for around $206.75 or $236.25. Those are some rather nice savings, and although the sale isn't reflected on the site itself, you'll see those slimmer prices once you enter the promo code "GIFT25" after adding them to your cart. That results in a savings of 25-percent, and should definitly ease the stress of your wallet.

This deal is only good throughout the rest of Cyber Monday, so if you want to get in on these savings, you'll need to act fast!

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