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It's time to grab the Samsung Galaxy Watch with LTE for just $170 -- the lowest price we've seen

The excellent Galaxy Watch may be a few years old, but it still boasts a beautiful design, a cool rotating bezel and solid software.


Samsung pretty much knocked it out of the park with its Galaxy Watch series -- the smartwatch was a great alternative to the Apple Watch right from the start thanks to its gorgeous looks, smart Tizen operating system and wealth of features. The LTE version of the original Galaxy Watch from 2018 still sells for $220 or more on Amazon and elsewhere, which is why this deal at B&H is such a steal: While supplies last, you can get the Samsung Galaxy Watch for $170, no promo code or coupon required. 

This deal is especially good when you keep in mind that this is an unlocked version of the LTE edition of the Galaxy Watch. (You can find the noncellular version for about $50 less.) It has a battery life of three days, and -- my favorite feature -- the rotating bezel is a superb way to control the watch, letting you scroll through pages and spin through apps. It has the Bixby voice assistant, can autodetect a half-dozen types of exercise (with additional trackable workouts) and is waterproof to 50 meters. 

The Samsung Galaxy Watch has only improved in subsequent versions, but if you don't need features like the ECG and SpO2 monitoring that are in the recent Galaxy Watch 3, this model is a superb choice and available at a deep discount.  

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