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Amazon has knocked $60 off the Apple Watch SE for lowest price of the year

Amazon has knocked  off the Apple Watch SE for lowest price of the year

Amazon is offering some sweet deals on Apple devices, including a major price drop on the Apple Watch SE (2nd Gen).

This popular Apple Watch is on sale for $189, instead of $249, for a savings of 24%.

Not only does this take $60 off the retail price of the Apple Watch SE (2nd Gen), but it also drops the price to its lowest of the year so far.

This Apple Watch is the second generation SE model from Apple with a 40-millimeter screen size. The watch has fitness and sleep tracking, a heart rate monitor and fall and crash detection in case of an emergency.

The watch is water resistant to 50 meters and pairs with your other Apple devices. It also includes three months of Apple Fitness+ for free.

For this deal, Amazon is offering the Apple Watch SE (2nd Gen) in several colors, like midnight, silver and starlight, with a matching sports band or sport loop band.

Shop for this Apple Watch SE (2nd Gen) deal on Amazon here.

You can also check out more deals on Apple products on Amazon, including these popular offers:

Save on more Apple devices from Amazon here.

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