Deal: The Samsung Galaxy Watch Active hits its lowest price yet

Samsung's smallest smartwatch gets a discount
Galaxy Watch Active hits lowest price
Wareable is reader-powered. If you click through using links on the site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more

If you've been considering picking up the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active, now's a great time as it has just dropped back down to its lowest price yet from Amazon. Right now, it's available for just $179.

Amazon: Samsung Galaxy Watch Active - Save $20.99
Amazon: Samsung Galaxy Watch Active - Save $20.99

We awarded the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 4 out of 5 in our review. If you've found Samsung's other smartwatches to date a little too large for your wrists, you'll be pleased to hear the Active is the smallest of its current offerings with a 40mm watch face.

Free: Amazon Prime 30-day trial

But even with its svelter design, it hasn't skimped on the sensors and features you would expect from a sporty smartwatch. There's built-in GPS and a heart rate monitor on board and it's water-resistant to 5ATM.

One of the best elements of Samsung's Tizen OS is the support for offline Spotify playlists. So if you're a Spotify Premium subscriber, you can save your favourite tracks to the Galaxy Watch Active's built-in storage, meaning you can leave your phone behind if you want music during your workout.

Our review concluded: "The Galaxy Watch Active is an enjoyable smartwatch to live with, more so than the standard Galaxy Watches in many ways. If you want a smartwatch that's small and light, but doesn't scrimp on features, then there's a lot to like here."

Amazon: Samsung Galaxy Watch Active - Save $20.99
Amazon: Samsung Galaxy Watch Active - Save $20.99

The Galaxy Watch Active is available in different color finishes to suit your taste, and fortunately all of them are available with this same discount. It's not clear how long this deal will hang around, so don't hesitate if you want to avoid disappointment.

Wareable has affiliate partnerships and may receive a commission if you click a link to a retailer and make a purchase. These affiliate partnerships help to support the work we do and do not influence the products we cover or how we cover them. Read our Editorial Promise.


What do you think?
Reply to
Your comment