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Because it’s still hard to anticipate exactly how much better the new Wear OS version will prove to be out in the real world compared to its forerunner, as well as Samsung’s defunct Tizen platform, you might want to hold off on buying the Galaxy Watch 3 until the Watch 4 and Watch 4 Classic roll out.
Naturally, you’ll have to settle for a refurbished unit if you want to save as much as 210 bucks compared to the MSRP of a brand-new, unused, unopened, and undamaged 41mm Bluetooth-only device. On the decidedly bright side of things, these are not just any raggedy refurbs sold by some shady eBay merchant with a 90-day warranty included (at best).
On top of everything, you’ll be getting a full two-year (US-only) warranty from Allstate, as well as the choice between Mystic Silver and Mystic Bronze hues as far as the entry-level Galaxy Watch 3 variant is concerned.
For an undoubtedly limited time, you can also opt for a 45mm non-LTE-enabled model in a single Mystic Silver flavor at $199.99 instead of its $429.99 list price.