Apple Watch Ultra Who? Amazfit T-Rex 2 Features 24-Day Battery Life For Just $179.99

You don’t have to spend the $800 needed for an Apple Watch Ultra 2 to get a smartwatch these days and the Amazfit T-Rex 2 is a great example of that. The Amazfit T-Rex 2 would normally sell for around $200 which is already a fraction of that Apple Watch 2 Ultra price.

You don’t need to enter any discount codes or clip any on-screen coupons here, and taking advantage of this deal is as simple as placing an order as normal. Just get the order in before the price comes to an end – we don’t know how long this price will be available which means that it might go away at any moment.

Buy: Amazfit T-Rex 2 Smart Watch for Men, Dual-Band & 6 Satellite Positioning, 24-Day Battery Life: $179.99 | Original price: $200

Go beyond adventure with the watch’s dual-band positioning and suport for 6 satellite positioning systems, which can effectively reduce environmental interference and achieve more precise positioning. Hikers, climbers, and explorers of any fashion can also conquer new heights and discover new paths with the T-Rex 2’s built-in compass and barometric altimeter.

This special price is available for a number of different color options and you can pick your favorite from the product page before you place your order. The colors all have the same smartwatch on the inside of course, including the 1.39-inch AMOLED display and support for connecting to satellites for GPS location tracking.

The watch itself is rated for 100-meter water resistance while the 24-day battery life ensures that you won’t be looking for a charger all the time. You’ll connect to your phone using Bluetooth and the usual fitness tracking capabilities are all present, too. You can also connect the watch to a number of fitness apps such as Strava, Adidas Running, Google Fit, Apple Health, and more.

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