Apple just launched the
Apple Watch Series 5 on Tuesday 10 September. You can order one now
directly from Apple with prices starting at £399. But following the launch, Apple has also done away with the Series 4 in its Watch line-up.
The good news is that you can still pick up the Watch 4 from other retailers – and with a steep discount. The cheapest price we’re seeing right now is from BT and Amazon, where the Watch Series 4 with GPS (44mm) is £369, a £60 discount from the original £429 RRP. It’s the cheapest we’ve seen the Watch 4 so far.
Pick up the Watch 4 (44mm) with GPS from BT here or pick it up
from Amazon here.
There’s also a £50 discount from Currys on the same model,
where it’s £379.
If you’re after the 40mm Watch with GPS,
Amazon is selling for £339, while
AO has it for £349. The original price on this model was £399 RRP.
Apple Watch Series 4 (
4.5 stars out of 5), which only launched last year, upgraded 2017’s
Watch Series 3 with increased speed and screen space, along with a flatter body, louder speaker and a better dial. The Watch 4 also introduced health and safety features like fall-detection and a sophisticated electronic heart sensor that can detect low or irregular heart activity. With all these features and improvements, one of its only drawbacks was the price point, but the current discounts should alleviate that concern.
For more Apple Watch deals see our
our dedicated round up. We’re also rounding up the
best Apple Watch 5 deals here as they become available. You can also see Apple Watch 4 prices across retailers in our live price comparison tool below.
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