If you’re interested in picking up an Apple Watch, now is a great time to find excellent deals on older models. Walmart has the Apple Watch Series 3 on sale at for $299. That’s an $80 discount and the best price we’ve seen for the Series 3 Apple smartwatch.
The Apple Watch 3 is a health-focused smartwatch and offers features such as heart rate monitoring, calorie tracking and GPS technology. The watch can also track popular workouts such as yoga, cycling, running, and swimming. The smartwatch is waterproof has an impressive battery life of up to 18 hours. The series 3 also includes the basic smartwatch features such as the ability to stream music, send messages and make calls. This particular model includes GPS and LTE connectivity, so you can get internet and phone connectivity even your iPhone is far away.
This deal from Amazon includes the 38mm model Apple Watch and comes with a silver aluminum case and a white or black sport band. The Apple Watch 4 currently retails for right under $400, which makes the $299 price tag on this deal so attractive. We aren’t sure how long Amazon will have the watch on sale so make sure to take advantage of this excellent discount while you can.
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