UPDATE: The $199 variant appears to have sold out already.
Right now, the basic Apple Watch Sport 38mm edition in Space Gray is down to $199. It's a considerable saving on the original starting price of $349 when the Apple Watch was launched, and $100 less than Cupertino currently charges. Sure, it's not as cheap as certain other wrist computers on the market. But with watchOS 3 set to add bunch of new features to the fold, now's your chance to grab the device itself for under 200 bucks.
Apple Watch 2 will apparently amount to a refresh as opposed to a major overhaul. Previous rumors of an in-built camera seem to have died down, and there will not be cellular support despite some users hoping for such connectivity. Instead, there'll apparently be GPS, improved waterproofing and the customary speed bump. In line with the next-generation iPhone upgrades, the new Apple Watch will look similar if not identical to the current fleet.
Aside from the aforementioned Space Gray version, a number of other Apple Watch variants are currently available at for less than you might have seen before. If you have been waiting patiently for an Apple Watch price-drop, you can check out all of the current offers in full at the source.