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(Pocket-lint) - Amazon Prime Day sales are here and there are some great savings to be had on the Apple Watch Series 6, SE and Series 3 on Amazon UK.

The latest Apple Watch Series 6 features an always on display, bloody oxygen sensor and comes with a host of great features, including a lovely design. There are a number of colour options available for the smartwatch, with multiple models discounted on the UK site. 

Amazon is offering the Apple Watch Series 6 for £349 instead of £409, saving you £60 on the 44mm Space Grey GPS only model. It's also got the 40mm Space Grey on offer for £329 instead of £379, saving you £50

If you want the GPS & Cellular models, you can save even more, with the 44mm Series 6 model now £399 instead of £509, saving you £110, or the 40mm model now £409 instead of £479, saving you £70.

Both are a very good price for Apple's most current smartwatch, especially given Apple discounts are rare. Keep in mind it is only compatible with iOS devices, so Android users will need to look elsewhere.

If that's still a little high, Amazon UK is also offering a discount on the Apple Watch SE GPS & Cellular model, with the deal seeing the great smartwatch for £286.99 instead of £349, saving you over £60. Meanwhile, the older Apple Watch Series 3 is on Amazon UK for £169, instead of £199, saving you £30

For those in the US, the Apple Watch Series 6, 44mm GPS & Cellular model has $70 off, costing $329 instead of $399.

If you're wondering whether it's the right Apple Watch for you, then we have you covered in our Apple Watch versus feature, where you can find out all about the various models offered, including the Series 3 and the Watch SE.

For those not set on Apple Watch just yet, there are some savings on other smartwatches on Amazon too, including the Samsung Galaxy Active 2 and the Fossil Gen 5, which you can see in our separate smartwatch deals round up feature.

Writing by Britta O'Boyle. Originally published on 25 November 2020.