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Thursday, 1 July 2021

This Apple Watch Series 3 just hit a new all-time-low price at Walmart

An oldie but a goodie.

SAVE $40: Typically $229, the white variant of the 42mm Apple Watch Series 3 (GPS) is on sale at Walmart for just $189 as of July 1 (a 17% savings).

Most of Apple's 2017 releases have since made their merry way to the great Genius Bar in the sky â€" see: the 10.5-inch iPad Pro, the expensive iMac Pro, and that god-awful Siri Remote for the original Apple TV 4K. (Good riddance, TBQH.)

Not the Apple Watch Series 3, though. The Mashable's Choice Award-winning smartwatch (which turns 4 in September) has stuck around as the company's most affordable wearable, having outlived both the Series 4 and 5 with continued support for new versions of watchOS.

And get this: In all these years, one Series 3 variant has never been as cheap as it is currently.

As of July 1, the white, 42mm Apple Watch Series 3 with just GPS (no cellular connectivity) is on sale at Walmart for only $189 â€" that's 17% off its $229 MSRP and its biggest discount ever. (We saw it going for the same price on Amazon, FYI, but it was on backorder until the end of August at the time of writing; Walmart can get it to you as soon as this weekend if you place your order ASAP.)

A great pick for anyone who doesn't feel like messing around with tons of convoluted fitness metrics and sensors, the Series 3 comes with all the essentials, including a sleek Retina display, a built-in heart rate sensor, a barometric altimeter, and a wireless W2 chip. (The latter makes for quick pairing and efficient power consumption â€" one charge will get you up to 18 hours of battery life.) It's also water-resistant up to 50 meters, so you don't have to worry about ruining it at the pool or beach this summer.

Of course, anyone who's in the market for a smartwatch right now could always hold out for the redesigned Apple Watch Series 7, which is supposed to arrive later this year â€" but don't expect this best-ever Series 3 deal to hang around 'til then.

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