Amazon will now help you get your hands on an Apple Watch Series 8 for just $359, and all you have to do is place the order before the deal comes to an end.
Unfortunately, we don’t know when that will happen, which means that the only way to lock this special price in is to order your Apple Watch Series 8 today. Thankfully, you don’t need to enter any discount codes and there are no on-screen coupons required, either.
Amazon would normally sell the 45mm Apple Watch Series 8 for around $430, but now is your chance to save $70 and 16% all while sitting on your couch at home.
Buy: Apple Watch Series 8 [GPS 45mm] Smart Watch from Amazon: $359 | Original price: $430
Your essential companion for a healthy life is now even more powerful. Advanced sensors provide insights to help you better understand your health. New safety features can get you help when you need it. The bright, Always-On Retina display is easy to read, even when your wrist is down.
At the time of writing, the Apple Watch Series 8 has more than 3,500 reviews on Amazon with a combined rating of 4.7 stars out of five. This is the best normal Apple Watch that the company has ever made, and you can put one on your wrist now while saving some money in the process.
The Apple Watch Series 8 features support for Crash Detection which can call for help should you be in a car accident. Fall Detection will do the same if you take tumble, while the various exercise features will help you keep fit. All of that and it even tells the time, too.
Remember, this deal could end at any minute so order your Apple Watch now to lock this deal in.
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