Bag yourself an Apple Watch Series 3 without having to pay full price thanks to this wonderful deal. For what is likely to be a limited period of time, it’s possible to pick up the Series 3 Apple Watch with a white sport band for just $199.

This deal will net you the Series 3 Apple Watch complete with an aluminum case and a gorgeous white Sport Band. It comes with a stunning high-quality Retina display that is touch-capable and that offers a dial input via the highly reactive Digital Crown on the side of the Apple Watch. This particular model is also for the 42mm screen size that makes it that little bit more stunning on the wearer’s wrist.

It comes with technology and connectivity options that most people are familiar with nowadays, such as Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and GPS and has an array of different sensors built-in that give the Apple Watch a lot of its powerful functionality. These include an Optical Heart Sensor, a barometric altimeter, an accelerometer, and a gyroscope to name a few. It comes with 8GB of onboard storage for apps and games to be installed through the connected iPhone as well as music and podcasts to be downloaded and used.

Of course, you will also get access to watchOS – Apple’s cutting-edge operating system that has been designed specifically for Apple Watch. Apple is constantly improving this by adding new features, functionality, and security enhancements. You’ll be able to update to the latest version that supports the Apple Watch Series 3 entirely free of charge.

The link that you need to access the product is listed below. Just make sure to act quickly before the deal expires or the number of units sold at this price is exceeded. There are no discount codes or coupons required in order to unlock the advertised price.

Buy: Apple Watch Series 3 (GPS, 42mm) – Silver Aluminum Case with White Sport Band from Amazon: $199 | Original price: $229

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