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Amazon has returned with all-time low discounts on the Apple Watch Series 7 today, reaching up to $50 off many models of the newest Apple Watch. Compared to other Apple products, the Apple Watch Series 7 remains one of the most consistently discounted devices in Apple's lineup for 2022.

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41mm GPS Aluminum

Savings start with the 41mm GPS Apple Watch Series 7, priced at $349.00, down from $399.00. The Starlight and Green color options have been about $10 lower in previous sales, but otherwise this is the best price we've ever seen for the majority of 41mm GPS models.


45mm GPS Aluminum

The 45mm GPS Apple Watch Series 7 is on sale for $379.00, down from $429.00. Just like the 41mm option, we have seen a steeper discount in the past on just one color, but Amazon's sale today has a wide array of color options at a solid $50 off.


41mm Cellular Aluminum

Three of the 41mm Cellular Apple Watch Series 7 devices are on sale on Amazon this week, with record low discounts on the Midnight, Green, and Starlight models. As with other versions of the Apple Watch Series 7, most models are in stock and ready to ship today.


45mm Cellular Aluminum

Lastly, Amazon is now offering $50 off the 45mm Cellular Apple Watch Series 7. The last time we covered these deals, Amazon was only discounting these devices by $30, so today's deals are now all-time low prices on these Series 7 models.

Head to our full Deals Roundup to get caught up with all of the latest deals and discounts that we've been tracking over the past week.

Article Link: Deals: Apple Watch Series 7 Models Discounted by $50, Starting at $349 for 41mm GPS
 

fronesis

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Kudos to MR for their accuracy. I saw the headline and was going to make a pedantic response: I bought the green S7 for $339. But I see that MR has noted that specifically in their article.
 

Zaft

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I will probably upgrade soon from my Gold Stainless Series 4. Im eyeing the graphite, looks like a nice combo of silver and black.
 

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i still don't see a compelling upgrade from my 4. unless the 8 dramatically increase the battery.
Battery on my Series 4 is around 70% but still lasts all day even with 3 hours of workout tracking. At this point I'll wait for the Series 8, but the deals on the 7 are tempting if it had more compelling features.

Even if the 8 doesn't have that great of new features, it's $79 for a new battery in the Series 4 (or any Apple Watch). That plus up to $105 in trade-in for the current one, make it more compelling to buy a new watch and gain the added features than to simply replace the battery of the Series 4.
 
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ilikewhey

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Battery on my Series 4 is around 70% but still lasts all day even with 3 hours of workout tracking. At this point I'll wait for the Series 8, but the deals on the 7 are tempting if it had more compelling features.

Even if the 8 doesn't have that great of new features, it's $79 for a new battery in the Series 4 (or any Apple Watch). That plus up to $105 in trade-in for the current one, make it more compelling to buy a new watch and gain the added features than to simply replace the battery of the Series 4.
my battery at 86%, and if 70% still last all day for you, i think i'll be good til the 9 comes out ?
 

Relentless Power

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I will probably upgrade soon from my Gold Stainless Series 4. Im eyeing the graphite, looks like a nice combo of silver and black.
Do it.

The graphite is lighter, but yet has that ‘brushed’ steel look [Which hides scratches], and is still plenty durable. The only downside, is you lose that high shine that the standard/gold stainless has, which may or may not be preferable to you.
 

sliceX

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There is no reason to upgrade from series 4 because as usual, there is no innovation. The Apple Watch is pretty useless imho. Think I will sell my 4 and go analog again. I still regret buying it.
 

Zaft

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There is no reason to upgrade from series 4 because as usual, there is no innovation. The Apple Watch is pretty useless imho. Think I will sell my 4 and go analog again. I still regret buying it.
I have an analog watch as well. I wear whatever I feel like a certain time. I wear my traditional watch for a month but then switch back to my Apple Watch.

it’s nice to have notifications and replies when using a phone is not convenient.
 

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I'm hoping to upgrade my series 1 soon..but to an SE. Can't justify the added cost for the Series 7.
 

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my battery at 86%, and if 70% still last all day for you, i think i'll be good til the 9 comes out ?
Just checked, it's actually 77%. There are the random days that it dies suddenly at like 9pm but that's maybe once every 3-4 months. Certainly not common and more of a fluke than anything it seems, as it isn't generally related to things like tons of hours working out.
 
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thadoggfather

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Battery on my Series 4 is around 70% but still lasts all day even with 3 hours of workout tracking. At this point I'll wait for the Series 8, but the deals on the 7 are tempting if it had more compelling features.

Even if the 8 doesn't have that great of new features, it's $79 for a new battery in the Series 4 (or any Apple Watch). That plus up to $105 in trade-in for the current one, make it more compelling to buy a new watch and gain the added features than to simply replace the battery of the Series 4.

tempting... especially if you try price match with shipped+sold Walmart they have for $350 also and Apple will price it at $360 (up to 10% off list)... they dont price match Amazon.

But my series 4 is still fine (and 88% health, just checked)

still a bit tempting
 

AndiG

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$200 discount - but wait a second ,even with a big discount I wouldn't buy it. Honestly - I had a look in an Apple Store. Without running the Watch Face made especially for this watch you hardly see a difference.

I would buy it, if I could use the heart rate monitor with my bicycle computer. But even with the Series 8 I guess, this isn't possible. I'll get the Series 8 if it has a new design and I love it. Otherwise I'll keep my Series 5 for as long as it is possible.
Or simply hope for the competition - I would switch, if there would be a better smartwatch.
 

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Love everyone talking about how their watch battery lasts a day. What a world we live in.
Battery life of the Apple Watch has never been an issue for me. Even with the original it was rare to run out by end of day. Only when I'd workout for 3+ hours would I run into that but I avoided issues then by throwing it on the charger when I'd shower and it was all good.
 

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My AW4 battery is still at 88% i use it daily to track several excersizes, i use it to display the current price of bitcoin and the weather.

I use my AW daily, but honestly not impressed with the series 7 enough to spend 400~ bucks on Always on display and some minor incremental upgrades such as the larger screen.

Honestly at this rate of minor incremental upgrades i may even wait till the AW10 for that matter....
 
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thadoggfather

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My AW4 battery is still at 88% i use it daily to track several excersizes, i use it to display the current price of bitcoin and the weather.

I use my AW daily, but honestly not impressed with the series 7 enough to spend 400~ bucks on Always on display and some minor incremental upgrades such as the larger screen.

Honestly at this rate of minor incremental upgrades i may even wait till the AW10 for that matter....

This just hit me in the feels

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I take pride in resisting iUpgrades. I'm pretty weak though overall with these sorts of things...
 
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