You can save *BIG* on these Garmin GPS watches for a limited time

The Garmin S60 and S10 are on sale for a limited time.

If you’re in the market for a GPS watch, now is a great time to take advantage of a sale on two Garmin devices.

The Garmin S60 watch is currently available for $100 off its regular retail price for a limited time!

Pre-loaded with more than 40,000 courses, the S60 features a full-color display, automatic updates and precise distance measurements to any area on the course you choose.

The Garmin S10 offers many of the same features as the S60 but with a black-and-white numerical display. For a limited time, you can buy the S10 for 20 percent off retail, for a sale price of $119.99!

Check out the watches in detail below, and if you like what you see, make sure to hurry and add to cart, because this deal won’t last much longer.

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Garmin Approach S60 Watch

The Garmin Approach S60 Watch gives you critical distance info so you can hone your game. The watch comes preloaded with over 40,000 courses and offers automatic updates. The watch provides precise measurements wherever you are on the course and features the ability to track your other athletic endeavors such as running, swimming and cycling.
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Garmin Approach S10 Watch

The Garmin Approach S10 GPS watch provides accurate yardages to the front, center, and back of greens — as well as layup, hazard and dogleg distances. The watch is pre-loaded with 41,000 courses and offers free course updates. The watch allows for score tracking and sports automatic course selection, hole transition, round summary and date and time display.
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