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Save up to 35% on the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 and Wireless Charger Duo

By now, you've probably realized there are a plethora of Cyber Monday Android smartwatch deals just waiting to be snatched up. Some people are focused on finding the lowest price while others want to get the best bang for their buck. If you're more concerned about the latter, you should be sure to check out all the unbeatable Cyber Monday Samsung Galaxy deals going on right now.

If you've been dreaming of buying the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 since it was released a few months ago, now is the time to pull the trigger. What's more, you can save up to 35% on your purchase when you buy the Galaxy Watch 4 and the Wireless Charger Duo.

Believe it or not, the price you'd pay for the watch itself is the same if you throw the wireless charger into the mix. Why wouldn't you take advantage of this amazing Cyber Monday deal? You'll appreciate that your charger can juice up your phone and watch at the same time. You can also charge your Galaxy earbuds with the Wireless Charger Duo. There are multiple deals available for each of the different watch variants. Whether you want the Galaxy Watch 4 or the Watch 4 Classic, you can find this deal that gets you both the watch and the charger for up to 35% off.

Get this dynamic duo for up to 35% off on Cyber Monday

Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 + Wireless Charger Fast Charge Pad Duo | $110 off

From $200 at Amazon

If you've ever owned a wireless charger, you know how convenient these devices can be. This is especially true if you're fully immersed in the Samsung Galaxy world. Charge two devices at the same time with the Wireless Charger Duo. Get the watch of your dreams and the wireless charging pad for up to 35% off!

The Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 is easily one of the best Android smartwatches on the market, but you won't be able to do much with it unless it's charged. Fortunately, charging is easy and affordable thanks to this sweet Cyber Monday deal that gets you both the watch and the wireless charger for up to 35% off.



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