Released almost a year ago and routinely sold at “special” prices by both Samsung and major third-party retailers like Amazon and Best Buy nowadays, the Wear OS-powered Galaxy Watch 4
and Watch 4 Classic
may not have topped a lot of Prime Day 2022 shopping lists earlier this month.
Then again, the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro
, which is basically the spiritual successor to last year’s premium Galaxy Watch 4 Classic, will apparently inexplicably drop its forerunner’s handy rotating bezel while most likely retaining a “premium” price tag
of at least $400.
For many long-time Samsung fans, that might be the key factor pushing them towards purchasing the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic… while they can, especially at a hefty discount of around 45 percent. Normally priced at $349.99 and up, the exclusively Android-compatible smartwatch
drops to as little as $193.37 after this unusually huge markdown… in certified refurbished condition.
That’s obviously not ideal and it makes the comparison to the $350 list price of a brand-new device kind of unfair, but on the decidedly bright side of things, these particular refurbs are sold by Samsung
itself through eBay with a solemn promise of “like new” functionality and cosmetic condition, as well as a two-year Allstate warranty.
Your $193.37, of course, will buy you a small 42mm Galaxy Watch 4 Classic with no cellular connectivity, while a Bluetooth-only 46mm unit currently sets you back $209.94 after a 45 percent or so discount of its own from the regular price of an all-new, unused, unopened, and undamaged timepiece.
Cellular addicts can also save big at the time of this writing… as long as they have large wrists, with a 46mm 4G LTE-enabled Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Classic fetching as little as $237.57 in “pristine” condition following a “professional” process of inspection, cleaning, and refurbishment presumably performed by the manufacturer (and eBay vendor) itself.