Apple Watch 7 priced at its lowest ever ahead of Amazon Prime Day sale in US
Apple Watch 7 price has fallen to a record low of just $284. The deal is available for non-prime members too.
Looking for a new feature-packed smartwatch? There's good news for you as Apple Watch 7 is selling for the lowest price ever on Amazon. The e-commerce giant is offering the BIGGEST discount on Apple Watch 7 Green just before the Amazon Prime Day sale 2022. And the best thing about this deal is not only Prime members but anyone can grab this deal. So, if you're looking for a new Apple Watch 7, you must not miss the deal. The smartwatch is currently available at its lowest ever price of $284 on Amazon US. The price of the Apple Watch 7 has smashed the previous record low by a whopping $45. This discount is only available for US customers. This record-low price on the Apple Watch 7 will save your $115 as the Apple Watch 7 is originally priced at $399.
Do note that the incredible deal is only applicable on Apple Watch 7 Green color variant. If you want to get some other color like black or blue or white, then know that they are selling for $319 on Amazon.
Check out the key features and specs here
Apple Watch 7
Apple Watch Series 7 comes with a plethora of fitness and health sensors, as well as sleep tracking, ECG, heart rate functions and blood oxygen level tracker. The Series 7 looks almost similar to its predecessor the Apple Watch Series 6 but it has a bigger Retina display with an always-on feature. Its crystal screen keeps it free from knocks, scratches and dents. It's also waterproof and hence can work underwater. From a decent fitness companion, to a good heart rate monitor and a range of useful apps, it packs impressive features. Additionally, it also does the basics of running, cycling and swim tracking perfectly. Its always-on display feature lets the users see the time or notifications by just lifting up their wrist or touching the screen.
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