LG G Watch, which was originally unveiled in March
Looking to buy a smartwatch? Google has two Black Friday/Cyber Monday offers which sweeten the deal considerably, especially if you don't mind getting a slightly older device.
The first one is very straightforward: Google slashed $130 of the price of LG G Watch, bringing it to $99. Though that device, originally unveiled in March, is showing signs of aging (LG launched a new smartwatch, the LG G Watch R, in September), it's still a nice entry into the fast-growing smartwatch world.
Those looking to buy a different smartwatch, a Nest thermostat or a Nexus 9 (the Nexus 6 is included as well, but it's out of stock) will get a good deal also — every purchase will yield a $50 credit to buy apps, music, books, movies or magazines from Google Play.
That offer stacks with the LG G Watch deal, meaning you effectively get the device for $49.
We've checked what the deals look like in the UK also, where the LG G watch is offered for £79, but there's no mention of the other deal.
Finally, Chromecast is discounted both in the U.S. and the UK, with a $10/£10 discount, respectively.
The deals are good from 12.01 a.m. Friday to midnight on Monday, Dec 1.
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