Currys Black Friday deal on Apple Watch SE has iPhone fans going wild

Currys Black Friday sales have arrived early, and one of their best offers yet has just surfaced.

The British electronics retailer has cut £40 off the price of the Apple Watch SE, meaning you can nab one of the best smart watches out there for £209.

The watch hooks up to your iPhone and can be used for everything from messages to tracking your workouts.

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The SE model is already Apple's most affordable model, but Currys' reduction makes it even more accessible ahead of Christmas.

There are two Apple Watch SE models on offer, available in several different finishes.

  • Apple Watch SE – Silver or White with Pure Platinum & Black Nike Sports Band
  • Apple Watch SE – Silver with Abyss Blue Sports Band

However, there are numerous different Apple Watch bands that you can use with the SE model.

So, it's worth remembering that even if you don't like the bands on sale, you'll be able to customise it and make it your own.

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The Apple Watch SE has a high-resolution Retina display as well as a number of advanced sensors that can track your fitness.

These sensors are even capable of sensing when you're in danger and calling for help. The Emergency SOS feature is able to ring emergency services and give them your location if you're ever involved in a high-speed collision.

In February, a cyclist's life was saved by his Apple Watch after he fell off an e-bike. The device was able to phone emergency services and rescue him.


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