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Released in mid-September, the Apple Watch Series 8 has, as always, caused liters of ink to flow and has caught your attention. The Apple Watch Series 8 is currently available for 489 euros against a usual price of 539 euros. Note that this reduction applies to the 45 mm model in its version with GPS connectivity in all available colors. Other less substantial reductions are however available for certain 41mm models and for models with GPS + Cellular connectivity. And if you fear that this amount will be fatal to your budget at the end of the year, don’t worry. Amazon offers you to pay for your order in 4 installments free of charge. Finally, you can also take advantage of free delivery for your Apple Watch Series 8 before Christmas and, if necessary, free returns until January 31, 2023.
With even more features than its predecessors, the Apple Watch Series 8 puts Apple know-how at the service of your health. And it’s even more true if you’re a woman! For the first time, the connected watch from Apple allows them to estimate the date of their last ovulation and offers them precise monitoring of your menstrual cycle thanks to temperature sensors located on the back of its “Always on” dial. But it also offers you the benefit of monitoring your heart rate and your oxygenation. Thus, you will receive a notification if you find yourself in arrhythmia. Other health benefits of the Apple Watch Series 8: it tracks your sleep stages and sends you a notification when you need to take your medications and vitamins, so you never forget them again. It will also follow you during your sports sessions and allow you to personalize your training and measure your progress more precisely. And with 18 hours of battery life in classic mode, you’ll tire before it does.
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