Amazon is now selling the 45mm cellular Apple Watch for just $400 without the need to enter a discount code or clip an on-screen coupon – just like any other product you order and your new Apple Watch will be with you in a matter of days.
Amazon would normally sell the 45mm cellular Apple Watch for around $530, a deal that could save you $129 and 24% without having to lift a finger. Remember that we don’t know when this deal will end, and that means it could happen at almost any moment. With that in mind, if you’re worried about missing out on this price, please make sure to place an order as soon as possible.
Buy: Apple Watch Series 7 [GPS + Cellular 45mm] Midnight Smart Watch with Aluminum Case from Amazon: $400 | Original price: $530
Why Apple Watch Series 7 — The most advanced Apple Watch has powerful health innovations like sensors and apps to measure your blood oxygen and take an ECG. The larger, always-on Retina display makes it easier to use and read. The most durable Apple Watch. Charges fast so you can go faster.
At the time of writing, the 45mm Cellular Apple Watch has over 43,900 reviews on Amazon with a combined rating of 4.8 stars – an excellent rating for an extremely popular product. Featuring emergency SOS capabilities as well as heart rate and blood oxygen monitors, this watch is a great way to keep track of your health.
Again, we don’t know when this deal will end. Be sure to order your 45mm cellular Apple Watch now if you want to be sure before this price returns to its normal $530.
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