If you’re looking to pick up a smartwatch to kickstart your fitness goals in 2022 then you need to check out a new Apple Watch offer. Major UK high-street retailer John Lewis has slashed the price of the Apple Watch Series 6 – the flagship Apple wearable from 2020 – by £100, bringing the price tag down from £379 to £279. This isn’t much more than the less-feature heavy Apple Watch SE which is priced from £249. If you like the sound of this deal though you better act – this promotional price tag is part of a ‘reduced to clear’ sale, so stock won’t last forever.
Since you’re buying from John Lewis, you’ll get a two year guarantee thrown in – with this renowned level of support from the retailer giving you added peace of mind for a few years after purchase.
John Lewis is specifically offering this reduced price tag on the PRODUCT (RED) version of the Apple Watch Series 6.
Any purchases of PRODUCT (RED) devices from Apple will go towards helping providing life-saving treatment for AIDS.
Apple has been running its PRODUCT (RED) line for 15 years, which has helped provide life-saving treatment to 13.8million people living with HIV.
So, if you purchase a PRODUCT (RED) device you’ll not only be getting a snazzy new Apple device but also putting your money towards a good cause.
The John Lewis deal that’s running right now means you can pick up an Apple Watch Series 6 for just £30 more than the Apple Watch SE.
And the Series 6 has more features than the budget SE smartwatch, such as an Always-On Retina display, as well as blood oxygen measuring and the ability to take an ECG with the ECG app.
The Watch Series 6 also boasts a more powerful processor, ultrawide band technology and an improved battery which lasts for longer and offers faster charging.
If you already have an Apple Watch are are thinking of getting the Series 6 as an upgrade, then John Lewis will let you get even more money off the wearable.
That’s because the retailer is running a scheme which offers up to £120 off your Series 6 when you trade in an old Apple Watch.