Brand new Apple Watches start at all-time low of $169 in this unprecedented Prime Day blowout

Maren Estrada

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Once upon a time, it was almost impossible to find decent deals on popular Apple products. Apple never really let its retail partners offer big discounts, and its own sales at Apple stores were pathetic, typically involving gift cards when items were purchased at full price. Well, those days are looooooong gone and Prime Day 2019 is proof!

Brand new Apple Watch Series 3 and Apple Watch Series 4 models are being blown out on Amazon at all-time low prices, and we can’t even believe how good these deals are. The $279 Apple Watch Series 3 (GPS, 38mm) is down to just $169, and the larger 42mm version that’s normally $309 is on sale for only $199. If you want an Apple Watch Series 4 instead, the GPS models are $349 for the 40mm version and $379 for the 44mm model, while GPS + Cellular Apple Watch Series 4 models are $424 for the 40mm version and $479 for the 44mm version. These are all all-time low prices on Amazon, so definitely grab one while you can!

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Apple Watch Series 3

  • GPS
  • Optical heart sensor
  • Digital Crown
  • S3 with dual-core processor
  • Accelerometer and gyroscope
  • Swim proof
  • watchOS 5
  • Aluminum case

Apple Watch Series 4

  • GPS + Cellular
  • Over 30% larger display
  • Electrical and optical heart sensors
  • ECG app
  • Digital Crown with haptic feedback
  • 50% louder speaker
  • S4 SiP with faster 64-bit dual-core processor

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