(Pocket-lint) - Black Friday is done, Cyber Monday is in full swing, and you can take advantage by picking up one of the best smartwatches for Android at a discounted rate.

Several Samsung Galaxy Watch Active models have been given another price tweak through Amazon, including the newer Galaxy Watch Active 2.

The headline deal involves the 40mm Galaxy Watch Active 2, which has been reduced to $179.99 from $249.99, giving you a total saving of $70.

This may be the standard model - and that means no LTE powers - but it's an excellent smartwatch that can provide you with GPS-tracked exercise monitoring, notification support, Spotify streaming and everything in between.

However, there are also savings to be had across the LTE models, as well, which allows you to receive notifications and stream music without your phone being connected. 

The 40mm LTE Watch Active 2 has seen its price drop to $309.99 from $379.99, giving you a very healthy $70 reduction on a top Apple Watch alternative. If you want the larger 44mm version, that's also reduced. Instead of shelling out $399.99, you can now receive it for $329.

For those who want the original Galaxy Watch Active, this is now available at a bargain rate - 30 per cent off gives you the smartwatch for $139 instead of the usual $199.

If you're in the UK, you can also take advantage of these deals:

• Samsung Galaxy Watch Bluetooth 46mm  - save £120, was £299, now £179: The older model but with a nifty discount for Cyber Monday. See this deal at Amazon

• Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 40mm - Rose Gold - save £70, was £199, now £129: Thin, lightweight and tough and now more affordable too. See this deal at Amazon

• Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 40mm - Black - save £70, was £199, now £129: One of the most subtle watches in the range is now even cheaper. See this deal at Amazon

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Writing by Conor Allison.