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If you’re in the market for one of the best smartwatches money can buy, you might be facing a dilemma as old as the tech industry itself right now. That’s because a redesigned Apple Watch Series 7 is right around the corner (more or less), while last year’s edition of the world’s most popular intelligent timepiece continues to look incredibly compelling as well.
But if patience is not your biggest virtue and/or you want to spend as little as possible on a high-end iPhone-only smartwatch, it may not be such a bad idea to pull the trigger today.
A 44mm graphite stainless steel-made device with a black sport band and built-in LTE speeds, for instance, is currently on sale at a whopping $132.57 off its (arguably excessive) $749 list price.
Powered by a blazing fast S6 processor, this bad boy is about as feature-packed as smartwatches come nowadays, including everything from life-saving ECG monitoring technology to a state-of-the-art blood oxygen sensor, sleep tracking, and a set of specific activity tracking tools that’s more complex and reliable than ever before.
In case you’re wondering, the Series 7 is unlikely to bring any game-changing new health monitoring capabilities to the table, although the raw speed aspect will undoubtedly be improved… yet again. In other words, if you don’t dislike the Series 6 design, there might not be much reason to wait for its potentially refined but not completely overhauled sequel.