Save £50 on the Honor Watch GS Pro, just in time for the holidays

Save £50 on the Honor Watch GS Pro, just in time for the holidays

If you want a smartwatch, you can’t really go wrong with Honor. Although the brand was recently sold off, you can still be assured that Honor makes quality products for a price that won’t empty your wallet. Better yet, they also go on sale a lot! Right now, at Amazon UK, you can save £50 on the Honor Watch GS Pro.

Just how good is this watch? In his review of a variety of Honor and Huawei watches, Adam stated that the Honor Watch GS Pro is one rugged watch. This is a smartwatch built for those that enjoy outdoor activities a lot, such as camping or climbing. The watch has been tested and proven to survive harsh elements, so wherever you go, the GS Pro won’t quit.

This smartwatch also has a long battery life. It will last up to 25 days, or 100 hours if you leave the GPS tracking on. If you’re planning a multi-day hike, then you don’t need to worry about the Honor Watch GS Pro giving out on you in the middle of it.

Of course, the sports-style watch also has the other functions you come to expect from a smartwatch. The watch can track your heart rate and blood oxygen, and even your sleep (although the GS Pro is a bit big, so it may not be the best sleep tracker). You can set a variety of workout modes to keep you active, as well.

So how much is the GS Pro? Just £199! Normally £249, you can use the voucher on the store page to save £50 and still get it in time before Christmas.

    Honor Watch GS Pro
    With GPS tracking, workout modes, and up to 25 days of battery life, this is the smartwatch for the adventurer in your life. Use the voucher on the store page to save £50 and bring the GS Pro down to £199!

If you’re looking for more Honor products, you can see what other items are on sale at Honor’s sale page!

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Elizabeth Henges
Elizabeth Henges

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