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Spring is almost here, which means it's a good time to keep healthy by heading out for some long walks and jogs. And right now you can save money at the same time because Amazon is offering $50 off the new Apple Watch Series 7 and $30 off the popular SE
It'sa pretty well-known fact that Apple products rarely go on sale — they just don't. So, when you happen to hear about discounted prices on this top-rated tech, you want to jump on them ASAP, if not sooner.
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The Apple Watch SE offers up a little of everything. You can track your daily activity on your watch and flip through plenty of workouts, including tai chi, Pilates, running, yoga, swimming and dance. A built-in compass and real-time elevation readings comes in handy on hikes, while features such as the heart rate tracker and heart rhythm notifications help you keep tabs on your ticker.
Both models are marked down! The 40mm is down to just $244 (was $279) in Space Grey and the 44mm is marked down to $279 (was $309) in Silver!
One happy customer calls this watch the "best bang for your buck, hands down." A fellow fan had this to share: "After researching all of the series of Apple Watches, I decided on the SE because of the features and how well priced it was. The watch is lightweight and has a sleek design, and it seems to be built very durable. Also the functionalities fit my needs and provides the convenience that I am looking for. I couldn’t be happier."
The Apple Watch Series 7 GPS features a retina display that covers nearly 20 percent more screen area than the Series 6, making it that much easier to see what your watch is trying to tell you. Made of crack-resistant crystal with IP6X dust resistance, this watch is specially designed to stand up to the elements. It's even swimproof, so you can literally wear it everywhere. Cool features include an ECG, blood oxygen monitor, heart rate tracker, Mindfulness app, Sleep app and built-in fitness workouts.
"This thing is SO amazing!" a five-star reviewer said. "The watch is very easy to set up and connects nearly instantly to your iPhone. The apps and available customizable watch faces are nearly limitless. The 45mm fits my wrist perfectly — it’s not too big. It looks amazing! ...Probably one of the best little things I’ve ever bought for me!"
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