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Apple Watch Series 7 falls to a new all-time low of $314 at Amazon

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Apple Watch Series 7 tumbles to another untouched low of $314 at Amazon
Given you like it in green.
Steve Dent
S. Gouge
04.11.22
Apple Watch Series 7 tumbles to another record-breaking low of $314 at Amazon
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Apple Watch Series 7 models are as yet on special at Amazon beginning at $330, yet all at once one model specifically fell considerably further. The 41mm GPS model with a green aluminum case and green “Clover Sport” band has now dropped to $314 or $85 off, denoting a new low cost for Watch Series 7 models.

 

If you’re fond of green, you’ll get Apple’s latest Watch Series 7 model with improvements over the Series 6 like a larger screen, faster charging, and IP6X dust resistance. The bigger display makes it easier to see time at a glance, and the faster charging is handy if you like to wear your Watch continuously — even while you sleep. As with past models, it also comes with features like an always-on display, a rich app ecosystem, and tight integration with Fitness+ and other Apple apps. On the downside, it doesn’t have the best sleep-tracking app around and isn’t the best option for Android users.

 

If you’re searching for a more unbiased or other variety, stress not. Other 41mm Apple Watch Series 7 GPS models are as yet at a bargain in Red, Abyss Blue, Midnight (dark), and Starlight (white) at the $330 sticker price we saw the week before. What’s more, there is an assortment of 41mm GPS+Cellular models discounted for $429 ($70 off), 45mm GPS models for $359 ($70 off), and 45mm GPS + Cellular models for $459 (likewise $70 off). These are similar arrangements we saw last week, yet a dollar less expensive for reasons unknown.

 

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