The Apple Watch Series 7 is up to $150 off at Amazon

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If Apple’s announcement didn’t do much for you but you still want to buy an Apple Watch, you might be in luck. Amazon has reduced its remaining stock of the Series 7. Right now, you can find a handful of the cellular models for up to $150 off. For example, the 41mm variant with a graphite stainless steel case and abysmal blue sport band is currently $550 versus $699, while the 45mm model with a silver stainless steel case and Starlight sport band is $99 off, so $650 US dollars instead of US$749.

Buy the Apple Watch Series 7 on Amazon – $400 and up

Cherlynn Low, Associate Editor at Engadget, gave the Apple Watch Series 7 a score of . Apple’s smartwatch was already one of the best fitness trackers money could buy in 2021, and the Series 7 has made it even better with a bigger screen, faster charging, and overnight breath tracking.

When the Series 8 hits stores on , you might not think it’s worth buying the older model. For what it’s worth, the Series 8 is an iterative update of its predecessor. New features are limited to a temperature sensor, crash detection and a low-power mode that can extend the life of the wearable by up to 18 hours. Those are certainly valuable additions, but there’s also something to be said for saving a bit of cash on some of the premium Series 7 models still in stock if cellular connectivity and a stainless-steel body are important features to you.

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