This 45mm Apple Watch 7 early Prime Day deal brings it down to its lowest price ever
The Apple Watch 7 is likely to be one of the hottest items to be sold during Amazon Prime Day this year. While the event itself doesn’t officially launch until Tuesday, the early Prime Day Apple Watch deals are heating up already. However, we don’t think anything we’ve spotted so far is quite as good as this one.
Right now, you can get a huge $115 off the Apple Watch 7 GPS (opens in new tab) model at Amazon, bringing its price down from $429.99 to $314.99. That’s the lowest price ever for this model by an easy $30. However, many of the colorways are already unavailable, which can only mean this deal is going fast.
Check out the deal in full below.
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Apple Watch 7 45mm early Prime Day deal
The Apple Watch 7 isn’t often subject to serious discounts during sales events, as it’s the latest and greatest model. If it is, it’s usually the smaller-faced, less expensive model, which makes this sweeping triple-figure price cut a real find.
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With a Master’s Degree in journalism from Cardiff University, Matt started his digital journalism career at Men’s Health and stayed on for over two years, where he earned his stripes in health and fitness reporting. Since then, his byline has appeared in a wide variety of publications and sites including Runner’s World, Women’s Health, Men’s Fitness, LiveScience and Fit&Well on everything from exercise, to nutrition, to mental health, alongside covering extreme sports for Red Bull.
Stretching is Matt’s top fitness tip. He originally discovered exercise through martial arts, holding a black belt in Karate, and trained for many years in kickboxing. During COVID he also fell in love with yoga, as it combined martial-arts style stretching with a bit of personal space.
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