The stunning Apple Watch Series 7 is currently available to purchase with a very lovely 13% discount applied. The ongoing offer takes the price of this particular Series 7 Apple Watch down to just $349.

Anyone who has had a previous Apple Watch will be well aware of what they are getting with Apple’s watchOS-powered smartwatch. This particular model comes with a large display that offers nearly 20% more screen real estate than earlier models. The stunning Retina display is “always-on,” which means that everything is easier to see and get immediate access to everything. It also offers the most crack-resistant display yet on an Apple Watch.

The Apple Watch Series 7 offers an IP6X rating, which protects against dust ingress and offers a swimproof design. This makes it perfect for water-based workouts and makes sure that the Apple Watch Series 7 is a fitness powerhouse. When you combine the Watch with watchOS, you get a stunning piece of hardware that works flawlessly with Apple’s software to function as a health and fitness powerhouse.

The Apple Watch Series 7 is capable of measuring blood oxygen levels, performing an ECG anytime, anywhere, and providing notifications for high and low heart rates as well as an irregular heart rhythm. Apple has ensured that the Apple Watch is able to track a number of different workout types and comes with a number of apps that are designed to give a holistic overview of someone’s health and wellbeing. If you are looking for a stunning smartwatch that works perfectly with Apple’s ecosystem, then this could be the perfect festive deal.

The direct product link for the Apple Watch Series 7 is listed below. There are no discount codes or coupons required to achieve the advertised price. Make sure to make the purchase quickly if you are looking to benefit from these savings.

Buy: Apple Watch Series 7 GPS from Amazon: $349 | Original price: $399

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