For what is likely to be a limited period of time, Amazon, working with Apple, is offering the powerful and highly performant Apple Watch Series 3 starting from just $229. This is the lowest that we’ve seen Series 3 for some time and comes very close to the Black Friday price.

Apple Watch shouldn’t really need any description. After all, it’s not only the most popular smartwatch in the world, but, as Apple likes to inform the public whenever it can, it’s also managed to find itself in a position of being the popular selling watch in the world. When you actually think about that, it’s hugely impressive and is a testament to the direction that Apple has taken with its premium timepiece. And it’s only going from strength-to-strength.

Series 3 is Apple’s fourth iteration of the Apple Watch and is generally considered to be one of the best revisions to the product. It comes with the standard gorgeous design that consumers know and love, built-in GPS functionality that facilitates route and workout tracking independently of a connected iPhone, and, of course, watchOS installed as default. It’s that GPS functionality that managed to make Apple Watch Series 3 extremely popular as owners were able to go for runs and actually track the route and mapping without having to carry a smartphone around with them.

The Series 3 also comes with Apple’s S3 dual-core processor, has advanced sensors in the form of an accelerometer and gyroscope, and is swim-proof to allow wearers to go swimming and track those workout without needing to take it off. This particular version comes in either 38mm or 42mm, like all Apple Watch models before it, and comes with a gorgeous Space Gray aluminum finish and an accompanying black Sport Band to finish off the design esthetics.

If you have been looking for an Apple Watch but haven’t wanted to pay full-price then now is your perfect opportunity to bring the hardware into your life for less. It would also make a perfect festive gift for someone who is health and fitness oriented and who has a passion for Apple hardware and the Apple ecosystem.

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