Samsung has the Gear Sport on sale for an irresistible $150 with $130 discount code

Samsung has the Gear Sport on sale for an irresistible $150 with $130 discount code
While the Gear Sport is not the oldest smartwatch still sold by Samsung in the US, having seen daylight almost a whole year after the Gear S3, the frequent deals and discounts available at major third-party retailers like Amazon and Best Buy lately seem to suggest this particular model might be discontinued soon enough.

Lending credence to that theory, the manufacturer of the 2017-released wearable device is now offering it at an essentially unbeatable price through its own official website in black and blue colors. The Samsung Gear Sport can be purchased for a measly $149.99 today, letting you save a whopping 130 bucks as long as you remember to apply the "GEARSPORTSAVINGS" promo code in your cart before checking out.

This killer new deal handily beats all previous markdowns (both available directly from Samsung and other sellers), and pretty much the only way to get the Android and iOS-compatible smartwatch cheaper is probably to settle for a refurbished or open box unit on eBay. Naturally, you're looking at brand-new devices fetching $149.99 apiece with a standard 1-year warranty included here, featuring everything from built-in GPS support to wrist payment functionality, a heart rate monitor, and a handy rotating bezel for intuitive and silky smooth UI navigation.

Compared to the newer Galaxy Watch or even the older Gear S3, the Gear Sport is arguably not particularly stylish, but it still comes with a sharp 360 x 360 1.2-inch Super AMOLED display. Also, respectable battery life, water resistance up to 50 meters, and of course, in-depth activity tracking capabilities. Made from a premium combination of metal and glass, the 43mm wearable is joined by a sporty and stretchy 20mm rubber band out of the box which you can easily remove and replace to add an extra splash of style.

Check out the deal here

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