It hasn’t been long since thecame out with a price tag of $799. The perks are worth the extra cost, we figured when we tested it: You get a bigger battery, a more durable titanium casing, a screen that’s twice as bright as the Apple Watch Series 8 and extra microphones for improved voice calls. Right now, Amazon is offering a $60 discount on the watch ahead of in one of the best we’ve seen so far.
For the first time, LTE connectivity is included in this watch by default, setting it apart from other sports and fitness watches. It comes with an emergency siren and an Action button to quickly start activities or transition from one leg of a triathlon to another.
Even if you aren’t an endurance athlete, the watch is attractive. You can use it on long hikes, outdoor bike rides, walks, runs and scuba dives. We compared it with the 45mmin stainless steel, which usually costs $749, and found that its extra hardware features are worth it.