The Apple Watch Series 7 currently have a very modest discount applied to it over at Amazon. For those that purchase now, Apple’s latest smartwatch can be had for just $379.99. Everything discount – even a small one – counts, right?

The Apple Watch is one of the most expensive and premium smartwatches and fitness trackers on the market, but there is definitely a reason why it has become one of the most popular wrist accessories across the globe. From the original version all the way through to this stunning Series 7 model, punters from all over the world have been snapping the Apple Watch up. And it’s gone from strength to strength in that time.

This Series 7 version comes with an always-on Retina display that has nearly 20% more screen area than the previous Series 6 version. The additional 20% viewing area makes everything easier to see and find and makes the hit areas a lot more accessible and usable to all owners. The Series 7 also features the most crack-resistant front crystal yet on an Apple Watch, as well as an IP6X dust resistance, and a swimproof design.

The Apple Watch comes with powerful sensors built directly into that, allowing things like blood oxygen levels to be monitored as well as being able to take an ECG anytime, anywhere. The system will also provide notifications for a high and low heart rate designed to give an excellent overview of the wearer’s heart health. Health and fitness and wellbeing tracking are huge parts of the experience with the Apple Watch and this version takes it to the next level.

The full technical specifications and marketing information for the Series 7 Apple Watch can be found on the direct link below. You won’t need to enter any discount codes or play around with on-page coupons to achieve the $379.99 asking price.

Buy: Apple Watch Series 7 from Amazon: $379.99 | Original price: $399

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