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Black Friday deals are with us already even if the big day isn’t here just yet. With it comes some fantastic Black Friday Apple Watch deals including great discounts on the Apple Watch SE and Apple Watch Series 6 at Amazon. It’s just part of the many Amazon Black Friday deals we’re seeing pop up every day in the run-up to the main event. Looking for something a little different? We’ve got you covered with Black Friday smartwatch deals too if you want something WearOS-based instead.
With some of the latest Apple Watch technology, the Apple Watch SE was a fantastic deal at its usual price and we raved about it in our Apple Watch SE review. It’s even better now with a $49 price cut bringing it down to just $230 meaning this is easily the best smartwatch for the majority of people. The watch might sound like a cut-down version of the Apple Watch 6 but the only big thing you’ll miss out on is an always-on display. Otherwise, you get a great Retina OLED display, a processor up to two times faster than the similarly priced Apple Watch Series 3, and all the benefits of an Apple Watch. That means extensive workout-tracking, notifications, and the ability to take calls and reply to texts from your wrist. There’s heart rate monitoring too so you can spot any potential irregular heart rhythms quickly.
If your budget can stretch further, then the Apple Watch Series 6 is the best Apple Watch and one of the best smartwatches out there. Right now, it’ is reduced by $49 to $350. It has an always-on Retina display that promises to be 2.5 times brighter outdoors than before when your wrist is down. It’s also up to 20% faster than the Apple Watch Series 5 while still offering all the benefits you need. Another new feature is the ability to measure your blood oxygen via an all-new sensor and app. Alongside that are the usual advantages like extensive workout-tracking, notifications, the ability to take calls from your wrist, and the option to check your heart rhythm at regular points.
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