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Samsung Gear S3 Classic refurbished wearable available for $160

21 November 2018 2

Samsung Gear S3 has been getting repeated discounts in both new and refurbished condition over the last few months which has made it more attractive to users than the recently released Galaxy Watch.

During the Black Friday deals both the Samsung Gear S3 and Galaxy Watch are available at a special discounted price. The deals are available on major retailers, including Amazon and Best Buy. A top-rated Amazon seller called Chubbiestech is offering the smartwatch at its lowest ever price of just $159.99 for a 46 mm Samsung Gear S3 Classic with a 90-day warranty. The seller is selling certified refurbished units at discounted prices which are rigorously tested to “look and work like new.” The company stated that the refurbishing process includes “functionality testing, basic cleaning, inspection, and repackaging”, stated the Amazon listing, and Chubbiestech has been described as a seller with a “high-performance bar.”

At just $159.99, the watch is approx. $40 cheaper than the price of a new Gear S3 from Samsung, Amazon, and Best Buy. The Samsung Gear S3 Classic has an elegant design with a “classic” leather strap and weighs only 59 grams and comes with the exact specs and features as the Gear S3 Frontier.

It has a 1.3-inch AMOLED display with 360 x 360 resolution and is powered by an Exynos 7270 processor. The wearable has 768MB RAM, 4GB internal storage, and has an IP68 water and dust resistant body. It comes with built-in GPS functionality, NFC and MST for Samsung Pay support.



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