The Apple Watch is now ridiculously cheap thanks to Amazon’s rare price drop

The Apple Watch remains the most popular smartwatch on the planet and it’s not hard to see why. These awesome wearables strap to your wrist and provide an easy way to check messages, answer calls, and see notifications without having to take your iPhone out of your pocket.

Then there are the health benefits of Apple’s latest models featuring technology that monitors heart rate, daily activity levels and how much you exercise. The watch can even call a contact if you fall and don’t start moving again.

There’s also sleep tracking and a Retina display that offers more space for your content. It’s smart stuff and now there’s a way to own an Apple Watch for a much cheaper price.

It’s pretty rare to see these wearables get a discount, but that’s exactly what Amazon has right now with the Watch SE which is down 19%.

That means you can put this device on your wrist for just £217 – that’s a saving of £50 and one of the lowest prices we’ve seen for this device.

Amazon stocks most styles of this device with gold, space gray, and silver all available at the cheapest price. In addition to the standard models offered, there are also more expensive cellular devices at a discount. These versions allow you to make calls and send texts without needing an iPhone.

If this makes you think of buying the Watch SE then Express.co.uk has a full review which you can read here.

In summary, we said: “The Apple Watch SE is, without a doubt, the smartwatch that many have been waiting for. This new wearable is packed with features, a bigger screen, good battery, and it can monitor your fitness level and health for a price. it is now much more affordable.

There are a lot of things inside that make it a very solid buy. In fact, the SE might definitely make you think it’s time to join the smartwatch revolution.”

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