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When the Apple Watch launched in 2015, it was the first new product category for Apple since the iPad and also the first since Steve Jobs’ death. CNET editor Scott Stein wrote in his review: “The Apple Watch is the most ambitious and well-engineered smartwatch ever, but the first generation’s shortcomings make it feel more like a fashion toy than a necessary tool.” And With the Apple Watch Black Friday deals, this sought-after gadget is cheaper than ever.

In Geoffrey Fowler’s review for The Wall Street Journal, he wrote: “I have found that the Apple Watch is not a replacement for the iPhone, but it is the right screen for many important things.” I only look at it briefly, rarely for more than five seconds. It shows me the weather with the swipe of a finger. It becomes physical, gently tapping my wrist when something important needs my attention, and lighting up when I raise my arm to look. It jerks when I sit for too long. This description may seem either helpful or depressing to you. It made me more present. I’m less likely to absentmindedly reach for my phone or feel like I’m leaving it on the table at dinner.”

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Re/Code’s Lauren Goode noted: “From a technology perspective, it’s an extension of the iPhone. And just like the smartphone, over time it begins to change your habits. It’s about scrolling through pictures of your family on your wrist, watching your heartbeat as you watch an exciting game, and catching a glimpse of a message as you rush between classes or meetings. It’s really hard not to look at your wrist when you’re in the middle of a meeting. In our new world of too many devices, it’s somehow the second thing you reach for when you roll out of bed. Smartwatches are still untested, but Apple has made a pretty strong case for it.” Without further ado, here are the best Apple Watch Black Friday deals we could find so you can see for yourself.

Apple Watch Black Friday deals

Here are the best Apple Watch deals for Black Friday.

Apple Watch SE 2nd Gen (GPS) – $189 (was $249)

Apple Watch SE 2nd Gen (GPS + Cellular) – $269 (was $329)

Apple Watch Series 9 (GPS) – $359 (was $429)
Apple Watch Series 9 (GPS + Cellular) – $429.99 (was $499.99)
Apple Watch Ultra 2 – $739 (was $799)

Apple Watch SE 2nd Generation (GPS)


All the essentials to help you stay motivated, active, connected, monitor your health and stay safe. The Smart Stack and redesigned apps in watchOS 10 help you see more information at a glance. With features like crash detection2 and improved training metrics, Apple Watch SE offers better value than ever before.

Apple Watch SE 2nd Generation (GPS + Cellular)


Send a text message, make a call, and stream music and podcasts without your iPhone nearby. Add a cellular plan to stay connected in more places than ever before.

Apple Watch Series 9 (GPS)


Apple Watch Series 9 (GSP + Cellular)


Your indispensable companion for a healthy life is now even more powerful. The S9 chip enables a super-bright display and a magical new way to quickly and easily interact with your Apple Watch without touching the screen. Advanced health, safety and activity features provide powerful insights and help when you need it. And redesigned apps in watchOS give you more information at a glance.

Apple Watch Ultra 2


Tough, capable and built to meet the needs of endurance athletes, outdoor adventurers and water sports enthusiasts – with a special band for everyone. The S9 SiP enables a super-bright display and a magical new way to quickly and easily interact with your Apple Watch without touching the display. Up to 36 hours of battery life and 72 hours in power saving mode.

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Emma James

Emma James is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Emma James joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing

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