Deal: Grab a Samsung Gear S3 with a free pair of AKG headphones for £199

Free AKG Y50BT worth £119.99
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If you're in the UK, you can pick up a Samsung Gear S3 Frontier for just . That's an already discounted price but, on top of that, Argos is also throwing in a pair of AKG Y50BT Bluetooth headphones for free. They're worth £119.99, making this a great saving.

Simply add both items to your basket using the link above and the cost of the AKG headphones will be deducted at checkout. That's a much easier than having to redeem the free headphones after the fact, as is the case with many other Samsung deals.

The Samsung Gear S3's price has come down a long way from its launch. We originally reviewed it at £349, so the £199.99 sees a big discount already. We gave the Samsung Gear S3 a 3.5/5 review.


Some of the standout features include the display: "If there's one thing we have few complaints about it's the Gear S3's glorious screen. Like its phone displays, the one on the Gear S3 is a real beaut For starters it's a bigger 1.3-inch, 360 x 360 AMOLED touchscreen display, so there's more screen estate for that Tizen OS to shine."

The rotating bezel is also back, which is one of our favourite interaction methods when it comes to smartwatches. It means your fingers don't get in the way of the display when you simply want to scroll through menus or notifications.

Considering the Samsung Gear S3 Frontier has Bluetooth for pairing with wireless headphones, this bundle with these AKG wireless headphones makes a lot of sense. It's a great way to take advantage of Spotify on the Gear S3. The AKG Y50BT have a 4.6/5 average rating from Argos' customers.

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