It’s the perfect time for a watch upgrade, thanks to these Presidents Day 2023 sales

If you need a new timepiece or fitness tracker, don't waste another minute before checking out these great discounts.
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Was it Slick Rick or George Washington that first said, “Tick tock ya don’t stop?” While that answer might be lost, we can still appreciate the extra hours a three-day weekend affords us to reflect on history … and pick up some great discounts on new accessories. So, if you’ve been considering a fitness tracker or watch to help you deliver a rhyme on time, check out these great Presidents Day 2023 deals and give thanks to great leadership while you climb the leaderboards.

Garmin Instinct $147 (Was $249.99)

The Garmin Instinct is a boon for outdoor enthusiasts, especially athletic ones that will appreciate the robust set of activity trackers, personal coaching, and other wellness features. It’s a great fitness watch, but it isn’t the prettiest of Garmin’s products, and it lacks the advanced graphics and touchscreens found on some of the company’s other watches. Still, if you’re looking for an affordable adventure watch this one is hard to beat. Also on sale is the Garmin Instinct Solar for $229, down from $349. As its name suggests, it can be powered by the sun; three hours of direct light is enough to extend its battery life for you to complete your workout without running back to a charger. We had plenty of positive things to say about the endless activities the Garmin Instinct 2 Solar tracked, and the originals can still keep up while they keep your pace.

And if a smartwatch isn’t your jam at all, we love plenty of timeless timepieces under $500, some of which are listed below.

Here are other timely deals on watches, both analog and digital:

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Amanda Reed is a commerce updates writer at Popular Science. She makes sure all product round-ups are up-to-date, shares deals happening all over the internet, and reviews various gizmos and gadgets. She lives in Pittsburgh with JunkJunk, a handsome, sad-looking tuxedo cat who only wants wet food and attention.