Pick up an Apple Watch Series 5 for just $355

Gold aluminum model with pink Sport Band discounted
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The latest Apple Watch Series 5 has hit a new record low price from Amazon, saving you $44 off the normal price. There's a caveat, though. This price is only valid on the gold aluminum with pink band model. But if that's a combination you're after, this brings the price down to just $354.99 and is a whopper of an Apple Watch deal.

To date, the Apple Watch Series 5 has only dropped so far as $384.99, which is the price you can pick up a space gray case model at the moment. So this constitutes a pretty big saving if you like the styling.

Considering Apple just announced that its wearables division has contributed to a record breaking quarter in its recent earnings report, this big saving should help shift even more units.

If you're an iPhone user, picking up an Apple Watch as your smartwatch is pretty much a no-brainer at the moment. It's by far the best smartwatch experience, balancing health and fitness, apps and everyday convenience.

Pick up an Apple Watch Series 5 for just $355

We gave the Apple Watch Series 5 an almost perfect 4.5/5 review, with the addition of an always-on display one of the highlights. There's also a compass for the first time, making the on-watch navigation that much better.

If you're worried about your hearing, a new Noise app monitors the ambient noise levels around you and can alert you when the decibels are too high.

We're not sure how long this discounted price is going to stick around, so if you're interested we'd snap one up before the price goes back up.

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