Fossil smartwatches are seeing heavy discounts up to $100 during Amazon Prime Day 2020

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  • Several Fossil smartwatches are selling for 52% off during Amazon Prime Day 2020.
  • As well as Fossil’s own Gen 5 Carlyle or Julianna, you can pick up smartwatches branded with Diesel, Michael Kors, Kate Spade, and Skagen.
  • Running Wear OS, with support for popular Google services, and solid fitness tracking features these are good smartwatches for Android phone owners.

Fossil is the manufacturer behind a lot of Wear OS smartwatches and turns out devices under its own name and with brands like Diesel, Kate Spade, Michael Kors, Skagen, and Emporio Armani. For Amazon Prime Day 2020 there are some deep discounts on select Wear OS smartwatches, ranging from 20% off all the way up to 52%.

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