Random new Amazon promotion drops the price of an Apple Watch Series 7 model by a record-breaking $125

Random new Amazon promotion drops the price of an Apple Watch Series 7 model by a record-breaking $125

Tech Highlights:

  • To our knowledge, that’s a completely unprecedented price cut for any Apple Watch Series 7 version, and at the time of this writing, no other model seems to be fetching a higher than $70 discount. Of course, it’s difficult to talk about an Amazon deal without thinking of the e-commerce giant’s rapidly approaching Prime Day festival, but there are naturally no guarantees that this markdown will be surpassed anytime soon, and perhaps best of all, you don’t need a Prime subscription to score the random new $126 discount.

  • If you use the links on this page to make a purchase, we might receive a commission. Random new Amazon promotion reduces the cost of one Apple Watch Series 7 model by a record-breaking 125 dollars. We’re used to seeing anywhere between one and two dozen of the Apple Watch Series 7 family’s members discounted simultaneously because the family is made to accommodate the unique size, colour, build material, and budget requirements of as many people as possible. While technically true at the moment on Amazon, one very particular model is indisputably outperforming the competition at a very particular price. The world’s best-selling smartwatch can be yours for a stunning $126 less than its regular price of $529 for a cellular-enabled 45mm model.

Another important thing to consider before pulling the trigger is the relatively imminent release of a redesigned Apple Watch Series 8, but with most reports hinting at largely unexciting internal upgrades, waiting three more months or so to cough up an extra 125 bucks (or more) doesn’t sound like the greatest idea.

For now, the Apple Watch Series 7 is without a doubt one of the overall best smartwatches money can buy, saving lives with ECG technology, fall detection, and Emergency SOS features (to name just a few), improving your health and sleep quality, resisting full water immersion, displaying your stuff in the highest available resolution on the largest ever screen, and keeping the lights on… for only a day or so between charges. Oh, well, there’s no such thing as a perfect wearable device… yet.

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