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Black Friday 2018: Deals on wearable devices revealed so far

Black Friday 2018 is around the corner, and just like every year, deals and discounts on various wearable devices have already started pouring in. Recently, we saw eBay selling the Samsung Galaxy Watch at just $255, its lowest price ever. And today, we bring more of the same.
If you’re looking for a smartwatch, and are invested into Apple ecosystem, you might probably want to have an Apple Watch. However, if you aren’t into all things Apple, there’s this Samsung Galaxy Watch, as well as a few other alternatives you can choose from. As for fitness bands, there exist a plenty of them from Garmin, Samsung, Fitbit, and many other vendors. While fitness bands generally do a little less than a smartwatch, they also cost a much lesser. So make sure you spend wisely, on a product that suits your needs.

Black Friday 2018 deals on wearable devices

Apple Watch Series 3

This year-old Apple Watch is still better than most of the non-Apple smartwatches out there. The Apple Watch Series 3 offers most of the features its successor, Apple Watch Series 4, does, and costs a lot less. And this Black Friday, you can avail this watch for as low as $199. This deal price is available at Macy and Target starting November 22.


Samsung Galaxy Watch

For non-Apple buyers, there’s nothing better than Samsung Galaxy Watch. It’s one of the best-looking smartwatches and comes with a plenty of features. It can track your sleep cycle, and also keep a close eye on your stress levels. The latest Samsung smartwatch is down to its lowest ever official price this Black Friday, and you wouldn’t want to miss that. The smartwatch is currently on sale starting at just $260 on Samsung Store.

Read Also: Apple Watch Series 4 vs Samsung Galaxy Watch: Who wins the battle of the two flagship watches?

Samsung Gear S3

The Galaxy Watch might be just a tad better device to buy, but for a whopping $60 less, you cannot entirely rule out the Gear S3. It’s still a very good device, and for those who are deep into mobile payment systems, it comes with MST support. Yes, Gear S3’s the only smartwatch with MST support. The watch is currently on sale at $200 on Samsung Store.
Read Also: Samsung Galaxy Watch Vs Gear S3: What’s New

Fitbit Versa

This Fitbit smartwatch has a comfortable, sleek design, and packs a battery that lasts multiple days on a single charge. It’s compatible with both Android and iOS devices and offers a plenty of health features. The watch is getting a $50 discount this Black Friday, and will be available for just $149 at Best Buy, Shopko, and many other online retailers starting November 22.


Fitbit Charge 3

If you don’t want a bulky device on your wrist, Fitbit’s latest, the Charge 3 will probably suit you. It’s not a full-fledged smartwatch, neither is a mere fitness band. It lies somewhere in between the two categories and offers enough to make it a value for money to buy. The Fitbit Charge 3 is selling for $120, down from $150 at Best Buy, Shopko, and a few other online retailers starting November 22.

Read Also: Samsung Gear Fit2 Pro vs. Fitbit Charge 3: Which fitness tracker suits your needs
Did you find this list helpful? Or do you think we missed out on some great deals? Let us know in the comments below.

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