As part of its Presidents' Day sale, Microsoft is offering big savings on accessory brands like Beats, GoPro, Garmin and Jawbone. Alongside offers on Surface, Lumia and Xbox, the company is pitching huge discounts on third party products across the board.

Those looking for the best deal on Beats headphones are in luck. Microsoft is offering $80.99 off the Beats Mixr on-ear headphones, at a retail price of $169. Mixrs are durable and flexible, while packing a powerful bass. The headphones are also wired, so no fumbling with Bluetooth or battery life.

The GoPro Hero 4 Session is also on offer, with a steep $100 discount bringing the price down to $199.99. The Hero4 Session is ideal for sports fanatics, as the smallest and lightest camera the company currently makes. The GoPro takes full high definition video at 60 frames per second, all packed into a tiny cube weighing 2.6 ounces.

Those looking for something a bit more feature packed than the GoPro will want to look at the Garmin Virb Elite HD Action Camera. The device packs a 1.4-inch color display for shooting and playback, a highly sensitive GPS that can start recording when the camera is travelling at high speed, and WiFi connectivity for video transfers without removing the camera from its mount. Normally retailing for $399, the Garmin is on sale at $299.

Microsoft is also selling big sound in a small package with the Jawbone Big Jambox. The Bluetooth speaker lasts up to 15 hours on one charge, with a stainless steel construction boosting durability. Jawbone even builds a microphone into every box for hands free phone calls. The Big Jambox is now on sale with a $70 discount at $229.99.

Although the offers are listed as part of the Presidents' Day sale, Microsoft is tight lipped on when these offers will end, simply stating that "deals on accessories change quickly." Consumers keen on scoring the biggest tech savings will want to act fast to avoid missing out.