The Apple Watch Series 5 may be the best smartwatch out there right now, but the previous gen. Series 4 is no slouch. Boasting display and case sizes identical to the latest Series 5, and the remarkable ECG sensor, the older-gen wearable from Apple becomes quite the bargain when you throw in discounts of almost 50%!

For a limited period, Apple is offering a wider variety of heavy discounts on select Apple Watch Series 4 models, including GPS-only, and GPS+Cellular models.

Powered by watchOS 6, the Series 4 has evolved beyond the usual smart watch, with a huge focus on activities and health. The ECG feature for example, has proven itself to be a valuable tool to save lives, and we’ve had cases of the watch’s SOS feature kicking into action at the right times when a fall has been detected; once again, saving lives.

We can bore you with the specifics on the inside of the Apple Watch Series 4, but trust us, you need not concern yourself with that. This little wearable is powerful enough to process almost all modern day watchOS 6 tasks, and look as good as the Series 5 while doing it. Is it resistant to dunks in water or exposure to rain? Well, it packs a swimming workout, so take a guess.

Personally, we’re huge fans of the Apple Watch in the mouth-watering Space Black Stainless Steel finish. Add a Black Sport Band to it, and Apple will let you grab it for only $399, down from a whopping $749!

If Black Friday is what you were waiting for to hop onto the Apple-wearable bandwagon, this deal is probably as good as that eventful shopping day. Don’t miss your chance, as stock might not last.

Buy: Apple Watch Series 4, 44mm (GPS+Cellular), Stainless Steel – Space Black with Black Sport Band from Amazon: $399 | Original price: $749
Buy: Apple Watch Series 4, 44mm / 40mm (GPS), Various Models from Amazon: $100 – $200 off

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