You'll be in good company if you slap this on your wrist — more than 37,000 reviewers gave it a flawless five-star rating. Time to track your health and wellness goals with one of the most popular smartwatches around!
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Its GPS and cellular features are simply brilliant. The Apple Series 6 can monitor heartbeat, heart rate and calories burned. It can also take calls, respond to texts, sync up to music streaming services like Spotify or Apple Music and track steps and workout goals.
It seamlessly pairs with the iPhone, too. Use Siri for news and weather reports and more. Just hold down the watch’s digital crown to bring up the voice assistant or simply say "Hey Siri" for instant access.
"This is my very first Apple Watch and I am just amazed how stunning it is!" said a happy customer. "...This watch has so many features to help me every day, including apps to help with my health. The appearance is simply beautiful...."
The Apple Watch Series 6 surpasses previous models by a long shot. It has a bright always-on watch face, a dedicated sleep tracker, a compass and an EKG sensor (for heartbeat rhythm), plus a speedier processor. It also has 32GB of on-board storage, compared to the 16GB of previous models. You'll get 18 hours of battery life per charge.
"I've had all of the models since the first one, and this one is hands down the best," shared a satisfied Amazon shopper. "The battery life is phenomenal. I can use it all day, sleep with it on, and still have over 25 percent left in the morning...Screen brightness is much better, loudness of speaker is much better..."
At $399 (was $499), the Apple Watch Series 6 is perfect for iPhone users (sorry, not compatible with Android smartphones) who want the benefits of notifications and quick info at a glance.
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