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eBay Flash Sale: Save on Apple Watch, iPhone XR, and Microsoft Surface Pro 7

If you’re considering upgrading your personal electronics, this month’s Memorial Day Sales are an excellent time to make choices and save money. eBay has a flash sale on select smartwatches, smartphones, laptops, and audio equipment. We picked five of the best deals on personal electronics from Apple, Microsoft, Samsung, and Sony.

Shipping is free with the deals below, and the discounts range from 26% to 43%, although quantities are limited, according to the sellers. The deepest cuts are on open box and refurbished devices, but in our experience, neither situation is a cause for concern. The refurbished units are guaranteed to function precisely like new units and are warranted for 90 days. The open box item, a Samsung Galaxy Smartwatch, comes with a full one-year warranty. The greatest risk you’ll face with these deals is missing out on the great savings.

This open-box Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 smartwatch has a 40mm case and a pink-gold band. This watch combines the functions of a fitness tracker, sleep monitor, heart rate monitor, and a timepiece. The bright Super AMOLED display aids visibility, and the water-resistant Active 2 uses an internal GPS to track location. The smartwatch battery supports wireless charging and runs for up to 45 hours per charge. Save 43% of the usual list price and pick up a Galaxy Watch Active 2 for just $ 170.

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Sony WH-1000XM3 headphones

These Sony WH-1000XM3 wireless noise-canceling over-ear headphones are new and on sale for 26% off the regular price. Available in black or silver the Sony headphones are Amazon Alexa voice compatible for music, information, status reports, and more. Foldable for convenience and comfortable to wear, Sony’s Smart Listening feature adjusts ambient sound depending on your activity to enhance hearing and sound quality. You can use these headphones all day because the battery is rated for up to 30 hours of playtime per charge. Enjoy the savings on these noise-canceling headphones on sale for just $ 255.

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Buy one of these seller-refurbished Apple Watch Series 4 smartwatches with GPS and Cellular connectivity for $ 329, a walloping 38% discount from the usual $ 529 list price. Make your choice of black or pink gold 44mm case and black or pink band. The Apple Watch Series 4 has a digital crown with haptic feedback to vibrate when needed for alerts. Health and wellness functions include an ECG app with both electrical and optical heart sensors.

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Apple iPhone XR Julian Chokkattu/Digital Trends

Make your choice of a red, white, blue, coral, or black seller -refurbished Apple iPhone XR with 64 GB of storage. This unlocked smartphone supports 4G LTE networks with a SIM card from your choice of carrier, including AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon, U.S. Cellular, Cricket, and more. The iPhone XR has a 6.1-inch diagonal display and comes with 3 GB of RAM and a 12 MP camera. Save $ 320 or 43% off the normal $ 750 price with this deal offering the iPhone XT for $ 430.

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Microsoft Surface Pro 7

The Microsoft Surface Pro 7 has a 12.3-inch diagonal measure touchscreen, an Intel Core i3 processor, 4GB of memory, and a 128 GB solid-state drive (SSD). Weighing in at just over two pounds (38.08-ounces), the Surface Pro 7 converts easily between tablet and notebook formats. Connect via Bluetooth or multiple standard wireless networking. You can save 27% buying the Microsoft Surface Pro 7 sold by Best Buy on eBay. Usually $ 959, the eBay price is $ 699.

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