​Samsung Galaxy Watch gets big UK price cut – bag it for £179.99

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If you’re looking for a top smartwatch this Black Friday then look no further than this UK deal on the Samsung Galaxy Watch.

Slashes from its regular £279.99 price, you can bag it for £179.99. It’s the most significant price drop we’ve seen.

That price bags you the smaller 42mm case size – while the larger 46mm still remains at £199.

We rated the Samsung Galaxy Watch as one of our top picks for users with Android smartphones – and the smartwatch is due to get a massive boost next year as it gets a raft of new features from the newer Galaxy Watch Active 2.

Of course, it’s been out a long time – so the most surprising thing is that it’s taken Samsung this long to offer big discounts. That shows the enduring success of the Galaxy Watch, which was first released in 2018.

The Samsung Galaxy Watch entering the coveted sub-£200 bracket is something of a watershed moment – and is a direct response to Apple which will now sell you an Apple Watch Series 3 for £199.

That device will only work with iPhone, which leaves more than half the population looking elsewhere for the best smartwatch.

Be sure to check out more of our Black Friday coverage if you're looking to pick up some bargains this week.

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