Deals retailer Woot today has notable low prices on refurbished models of the Apple Watch Series 1 and Series 2, as well as the 4th generation iPad mini. There were Series 3 and Series 4 Apple Watch models on sale, but as of writing they have sold out.

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You can get the Apple Watch Series 1 for as low as $109.99 in 38mm and $114.99 in 42mm. There are multiple band and case color options as well. All of the Apple Watches are on sale for today only, or until stock runs out.

For the Series 2 models, 38mm starts at $144.99 and 42mm starts at $149.99. These Apple Watches all have Sport Bands and aluminum cases, and are expected to have a moderate level of wear and tear, but they have been tested to be in full working condition.

Lastly, Woot has the 16GB iPad mini 4 in Wi-Fi only for $189.99. You can also increase the storage to 64GB for $209.99, and 128GB for $229.99. Just like the Apple Watch, the iPad mini 4 has been refurbished and is tested to be in proper working order.

Head to our full Deals Roundup to shop for even more discounts on Apple products and related accessories.

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Top Rated Comments

psac Avatar
34 months ago
My Series 1 is still doing pretty well, I'm surprised it's lasted so long. Having said that, these things have to be getting close to end of life soon. Even for $110, I don't know if it's worth buying such an old device at this point.
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mlrproducts Avatar
34 months ago

My Series 1 is still doing pretty well, I'm surprised it's lasted so long. Having said that, these things have to be getting close to end of life soon. Even for $110, I don't know if it's worth buying such an old device at this point.
Still have my series 1 (I actually upgraded from a series 0) - still does everything I want but agreed a used series 1 is close to $50.
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QCassidy352 Avatar
34 months ago

Just a friendly tip from someone who has owned multiple Apple watches (since 4/24/15 launch): unless you want to just tell the time or use very lightweight apps, don't get anything under a Series 4. Anything before that lags horribly and your ability to use future watchOS versions is pretty much done.
I used a series 3 on the current OS for months before getting a series 5, and the series 3 was totally fine. Not quite as smooth as the 4/5, but definitely didn’t “lag horribly.”
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