Amazon Canada Amazon.ca Deals of the Day: Garmin Fenix 3 HR GPS Smartwatch $350 + Shark Rotator Lift-Away Vacuum $240 Garmin Fenix 3 HR Smartwatch $350 + More!

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Track the time and your fitness goals with today's deal of the day at Amazon.ca, because you can get a Garmin Fenix 3 HR GPS Multisport Smartwatch for $349.99 (regularly $499.19) with free shipping, for a total savings of $149.20! Today's other featured deal is a Shark Rotator Lift-Away Vacuum for $239.99 (regularly $342.00), for a total savings of $102.02.

The Garmin Smartwatch is currently priced at a historical low on Amazon.ca and for comparison, the same model is currently $499.00 at MEC. We've listed both deal of the day offers below, along with some product details.

Garmin Fenix 3 HR GPS Multisport Smartwatch - $349.99 (regularly $499.19)

  • Omni-directional stainless steel EXO antenna with GPS/GLONASS satellite reception
  • Fitness training features including advanced running dynamics with vertical oscillation and ratio, VO2 max, recovery advisor and more
  • 1.2" sunlight-readable Garmin Chroma Display with high-strength domed sapphire lens
  • Outdoor navigation features including 3-axis compass, altimeter and barometer and TracBack feature

Shark Rotator Lift-Away Vacuum - $239.99 (regularly $342.00)

  • Two vacuums in one -- upright for classic cleaning and lift-away for cleaning compact spaces
  • Next-generation cleaner head with headlights and low profile design
  • Anti-allergen complete seal technology with HEPA filtration
  • Includes crevice tool, microfiber pad attachment, upholstery tool and dusting brush

Don't hesitate, as these offers are available today only, June 1. Amazon.ca offers free shipping for all Prime members or on orders over $35.00 for those who aren't members.

Not an Amazon Prime member? Read our guide to see what it has to offer and find out if it's right for you.

While these items were in stock at the listed prices at the time this deal was posted, Amazon practices dynamic product replacement -- once their stock of an item is depleted, it may be replaced with the same item sold by a third-party retailer for a different price. Double-check that the listed price and shipping fees we posted are still available before you buy.

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    • Will this watch function in the thermosphere and track everything accurately?
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    • There's only one way to find out!
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    • This is a warm deal at best as the Titanium one is 400$ at costco with 2 years warranty.
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    • stev7404 wrote:
      Jun 1st, 2018 7:44 am
      This is a warm deal at best as the Titanium one is 400$ at costco with 2 years warranty.
      Thanks, I actually came across that deal as well as one from Bestbuy.ca while searching. I made a separate post for the Costco deal. The titanium version at costco.ca is on sale until Jun 4th for $389.99, with the Master Pass discount discount you can get it down to $369.99.

      The one Bestbuy.ca has for $385 with discount code doesn't even have a sapphire crystal and the bezel is titanium in colour only, it comes with an extra band, deceiving. There's about 4 versions of this watch which can get confusing.
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    • Silicon straps are like 3$ on aliexpress
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    • stev7404 wrote:
      Jun 1st, 2018 7:44 am
      This is a warm deal at best as the Titanium one is 400$ at costco with 2 years warranty.
      In reviews, some people are saying the titanium isn't as functional during exercise as the silicone strap. It's heavier obviously but others claim you can't get an exact/perfect fit. Though the titanium may look better, the silicone strap might be better suited during certain types of exercise. I guess it's preference.
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    • thecharles wrote:
      Jun 1st, 2018 12:06 pm
      Silicon straps are like 3$ on aliexpress
      Not for this kind of band. If you look at the close-up of this strap it is stylish and has a unique design with ridges and contours. It's better quality and offers a lot of notches/holes that are closer together for really precise adjustability.
      I have the Garmin Vivoactive HR with a similar silicone band and it's super soft and comfortable. It can be adjusted very finely to an exact fit.
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    • I have not checked but you might be able to get the watch via airmiles rewards as I got my fenix 3 sapphire from airmiles back when everybody was turning them in cuz of the rules change.
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    • Damn I have the Costco one and still haven't used it. It's 349 now?
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    • SilverSurfer wrote:
      Jun 1st, 2018 12:07 pm
      In reviews, some people are saying the titanium isn't as functional during exercise as the silicone strap. It's heavier obviously but others claim you can't get an exact/perfect fit. Though the titanium may look better, the silicone strap might be better suited during certain types of exercise. I guess it's preference.
      I can't see how anybody would enjoy using the metal bands while exercising. They look fantastic, but I'd think you'd need a pretty uncomfortably tight fit - all the more so on the HR model (I have a sapphire non-HR).
      thecharles wrote:
      Jun 1st, 2018 12:06 pm
      Silicon straps are like 3$ on aliexpress
      For people who like the look of a NATO-style straps, I've been happy with these folks:
      https://www.cheapestnatostraps.com/
      Cheap enough that I've ordered a whole bunch, "PVD PREMIUM NATO STRAP CAMOUFLAGE" being my favourite. 26mm is the correct width, but you can go down a few sizes. They have other straps aside from just NATO straps, and for the Fenix HR, you'd actually want a 2-piece NATO style so the sensor isn't covered.
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    • ordered the certified refurb version for 289.

      Thanks OP!
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    • ottbram1 wrote:
      Jun 1st, 2018 3:03 pm
      ordered the certified refurb version for 289.

      Thanks OP!
      Make sure you verify that the barometer works before your warranty expires. This model has known issues. Check the Garmin user forum and you'll likely find it's one of the most active threads. I owned one and returned to Costco due to this problem. I suspect they'll have a lot of returns for this reason, and who knows how thorough they are during the refurb process ...
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    • Woah..thanx for the heads up
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    • What would you use the barometer for irl?
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    • GT!! wrote:
      Jun 1st, 2018 3:21 pm
      Make sure you verify that the barometer works before your warranty expires. This model has known issues. Check the Garmin user forum and you'll likely find it's one of the most active threads. I owned one and returned to Costco due to this problem. I suspect they'll have a lot of returns for this reason, and who knows how thorough they are during the refurb process ...
      Is the barometer usually DOA or does it take some time for it to happen?
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    • ChiGGz wrote:
      Jun 2nd, 2018 1:34 pm
      Is the barometer usually DOA or does it take some time for it to happen?
      It seems to take some time (weeks to a few months). It's a problem because the barometer is tied to the altimeter. I used the watch primarily for running and started getting crazy elevations on my runs.
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    • My refurb unit arrived today. These things are massive, will have to work my wrist to get it bigger lol
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