The Apple Watch Ultra is currently offering a series of $99 discounts on the rugged wearable. This includes a 30% discount on Satechi Apple accessories and ecobee's latest SmartThermostats with HomeKit starting at $170.
The all-time low for the Apple Watch Ultra is $99 off. Amazon is now offering the best prices yet for Apple Watch Ultra. Apple's latest flagship wearable is now dropping to $700. There's a more selective assortment of styles this time around that's $99 off the usual $799 price tag, delivering new lows along the way for those interested in the Alpine Loop or Trail running styles. Today's offer is also $49 below our previous listing, from just after the Prime Day festivities.
Apple Watch Ultra is presented as Apple's most capable wearable ever, with an even more rugged design than the usual Series 8 offerings or any of its predecessors for that matter. Everything about these enhanced features is wrapped in a titanium body that surrounds the larger 49mm display, the brightest Always-On Retina display yet. A clearer side module includes the Digital Crown and customizable action button, rounding out the form factor change with 100m water resistance. Then there's all the actual features, like 36 hours of battery life, dual-frequency GPS, and everything else you can read about in our coverage.
Satechi is offering a 30% discount on popular Apple accessories. This is an extra 10% off the previous sales, but it only applies to a more limited range of Satechi items. You can purchase all eligible accessories from this landing page.
Amazon is currently offering discounts on ecobee's latest HomeKit SmartThermostats. The new $220 SmartThermostat Premium is now $30 off, marking the third-best price of the year to date. It features an updated design with a touchscreen display in the center and works with Siri, Alexa, and Assistant. It also includes a separate temperature sensor for hyperlocal readings.
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