Samsung announced the Gear S2 Sport model (this is what it's being called in the wild, though the label "sport" wasn't part of the moniker given to the wrist wearable by Samsung) back in September, but the company announced a Gear S2 Classic alongside of it. Of course, the Classic has a more premium design which translates into more money for it than the rubber wristband smartwatch, but even the Gear S2 Sport (or non-Classic Gear S2) packs the very best of Samsung with a more ruggedized design.
Since the Gear S2 was announced in September at IFA 2015, there have been a number of deals regarding the smartwatch: As of April, the Gear S2 [was $90 off at Best Buy] (the Gear S2 Classic was $105 off). EBay later had [the Gear S2 for $164.48], which is still a good price for what otherwise was a $349.99 smartwatch, and Best Buy brought the price down to $140.99 (the Gear S2 Classic price dropped to $171.99). The original Gear S2, called the Gear S2 Sport in some circles, won't get you back to $140.99, but it will get you to $159.99.
That's the price tag for the Gear S2 at eBay with seller A4C, who's got a 98.9% approval rate at eBay for its transactions. It's not the best satisfaction rate there, but it's one of the better ones.
If you want a recap of the Gear S2 specs, we'll provide them here: a 1.2-inch, circular Super AMOLED display, Snapdragon 400 processor, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of storage, and in-built wireless charging, along with Bluetooth, WiFi, and even cellular data for cellular-connected models (you have to get a plan set up with your local carrier though). The Gear S2 has become of the most popular smartwatches on the mobile scene, and even in Q2 2016, where Apple Watch sales declined massively, Samsung's Gear S2 sales showed remarkable growth. People are gaining confidence in Tizen and Samsung's smartwatches; isn't it about time you do?