Get the 2nd Gen Apple Watch SE for Just $189 on Amazon

Apple's 40mm GPS Apple Watch SE is available for $189.00 today on Amazon, down from $249.00. This is just $10 higher compared to the all-time low price on the wearable. This deal is available in all three aluminum color options, and only Amazon has the discount.

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You can also get the 44mm GPS Apple Watch SE on sale right now, available for $219.00 on Amazon, down from $279.00. This is another near all-time low price that's just $10 away from the lowest price on the Apple Watch SE, and it's also available in all three aluminum colors.


This model of the Apple Watch SE launched in September 2022 and remains Apple's most affordable Apple Watch. The Apple Watch SE lacks some of the upgraded features you'll find in some Series 9 or Ultra 2 models, like temperature sensing and ECG functionality, but it will otherwise provide you with all key Apple Watch features, and at the cheapest price possible.

Finally, we're also tracking a solid deal on one model of the Apple Watch Ultra 2. You can get the model with the Green/Grey Trail Loop (S/M) for $714.00 on Amazon, down from $799.00. Discounts on the Apple Watch Ultra 2 have been rare over the past few weeks, and this deal beats the average discounted price by about $15.

Be sure to visit our full Deals Roundup to shop for even more Apple-related products and accessories.

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Top Rated Comments

brofkand Avatar
4 weeks ago

So my Series 3 became a pain to update do to memory issues. For example, there wouldn’t be enough room to download the updates unless I erased the watch. I tried several times to uninstall apps and data but could never get enough free space for updates. I’m not sure if that’s the same issue with the SE but it was a hassle nonetheless on the series 3. I’ll add to that though, regardless of the update issue, the watch still does what I need it to.
That seems to only be an issue with the Series 3, it was gimped with not enough storage.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
jb310 Avatar
4 weeks ago
The Watch SE is such an underrated model, despite being so surprisingly good. :cool:
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
locovaca Avatar
4 weeks ago

So my Series 3 became a pain to update do to memory issues. For example, there wouldn’t be enough room to download the updates unless I erased the watch. I tried several times to uninstall apps and data but could never get enough free space for updates. I’m not sure if that’s the same issue with the SE but it was a hassle nonetheless on the series 3. I’ll add to that though, regardless of the update issue, the watch still does what I need it to.
It is not the same as the SE. The SE has a full 32 gigs of storage. Your 3 ”has” 8 gigs, although only like 3 gigs is usable.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
ftaok Avatar
4 weeks ago

Keep in mind that the SE doesn't support an always-on screen, which is a reasonable expectation a lot of new watch owners would expect by now.
Personally, even though my Series 6 supports always-on, I have it turned off. I tried it for a few months and it wasn't worth the battery drain. It's 3.5 years old.

As it is, I need a battery swap pretty soon. If I had used always-on, I probably would have needed a swap after two years.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)