Apple Watch Ultra 2 With Blue Ocean Band Available For Just $719 [Save $80]

The Apple Watch Ultra 2 is the best Apple wearable on the market and it comes with a whole raft of features that arguably make it the best wearable you can buy, too. But those features come with a hefty price which means finding a deal is never a bad idea. Thankfully, picking up an Apple Watch Ultra 2 today will cost you significantly less than the usual $799 asking price.

That discount saves you 10% which equates to $80 off the original asking price and this is a deal that doesn’t require you to enter any codes or clip any coupons. However, the bad news is that we don’t currently know how long this deal is going to last which means that it could end at any moment. If a discounted Apple Watch Ultra 2 is on your shopping list, we would definitely suggest that you take advantage of this deal now, while you still can.

Buy: Apple Watch Ultra 2 [GPS + Cellular 49mm] Smartwatch with Rugged Titanium Case & Blue Ocean Band: $719 | Original price: $799

The Apple Watch Ultra 2 comes in a single 49mm size with support for cellular included. There are multiple band options available while a super-bright Retina display is easy to read even in direct sunlight. This model also comes with an Action Button, just like the iPhone 15 Pro.

Other notable features include dual-frequency GPS as well as all of the health and fitness monitoring capabilities that the Apple Watch is so well known for. ECG and heart rate monitoring features are included, while activity monitoring is obviously a key part of the wearable’s feature set. The built-in battery can run for up to 72 hours between charges when required, too, so you won’t be reaching for the charger all the time.

Remember that this deal isn’t going to be here for long and ordering soon is the only way to lock this price in.

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