Apple watch 38mm refurbished with 12 months warranty £125.99 @ Handtec - HotUKDeals
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Apple watch 38mm refurbished with 12 months warranty £125.99 @ Handtec

£125.99 @ handtec
Fair price for apple watch - saying as grade B so not sure gow good this is but at £125 worth a risk. Handtec should be safe to deal with Also have 42mm for £169 + delivery.
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2m, 1d agoFound 2 months, 1 day ago
Fair price for apple watch - saying as grade B so not sure gow good this is but at £125 worth a risk.

Handtec should be safe to deal with

Also have 42mm for £169 + delivery.
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1 Like #1
Would not buy a grade b. Good price though
1 Like #2
This is a gen 0 presumably. Keeps the price comparable to other fitness devices which is good but gen 0 is on the slow side. Thanks for the post!

Edited By: musicl on Dec 23, 2016 09:00: More info
1 Like #3
No stock
1 Like #4
Will stick with my rolex thanks.
2 Likes #5
will this work with s7 edge?
#6
You need an iPhone to use it - doesn't work with Android.
1 Like #7
Doesn't mention if it comes with the charger (and implies that it doesn't as it says watch, S/M strap and M/L strap only) - this seems to be how many companies sell refurbs so cheap as the chargers cost £29 for the cheapest from Apple with virtually no third-party/MFI or used options available. The charger is probably the worst thing about this watch as it's so expensive, very essential (because you only get a day's charge) and not common (unlike a Lightning cable or micro USB).
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barron201253
Will stick with my rolex thanks.
Oh my hero, can I get your autograph and the secret to your suckcess? :{
#9
great company to buy from :D
#10
OF course oneday happy to offer my coveted advice on wearing the apple equivalent to a Sinclair c5 and the rolls Royce of watches rolex.
#11
barron201253
Will stick with my rolex thanks.


I'll stick with my Richard Mille thanks.
1 Like #12
Does this tell the time, all day for many days? Even the dumped Pebble can do this at a fraction of the price.
Or am I getting confused by the Watch in iWatch?
#13
Are suckers still buying these?
#14
barron201253
OF course oneday happy to offer my coveted advice on wearing the apple equivalent to a Sinclair c5 and the rolls Royce of watches rolex.


​The Rolls Royce of watches? Bless.
#15
davidjjones78
barron201253
OF course oneday happy to offer my coveted advice on wearing the apple equivalent to a Sinclair c5 and the rolls Royce of watches rolex.


​The Rolls Royce of watches? Bless.


Lol do people still buy Rolex's? Cool if you're over 50 and own a Jag with cream seats I suppose
#17
Gonna add fuel to the fire here but I've concluded (from extensive testing and wearing stuff on my wrist!), I believe the best 'fitness' smart watch combined (because if you're not into fitness it's a bit pointless) is the Garmin Fenix 3, it has a proper GPS, it will last 2-4 weeks in watch mode, it does smart notifications, can run apps (but useful ones) and looks like a half decent watch with that round face and transflective display. The Apple Watch is good for a small niche of people, and the tech is clever but I just got so fed up of charging it daily and then leaving the charger somewhere once which basically disabled it until I could get it back.
#18
barron201253
Will stick with my rolex thanks.


Coque.
#19
brainsys
Does this tell the time, all day for many days? Even the dumped Pebble can do this at a fraction of the price.
Or am I getting confused by the Watch in iWatch?

They do get an average of two days before a charge, has been this way since Watch OS 3.1

I don't get the issue with the charging element, most people with a smart phone already charge their phone every night, is it really so hard plugging in the Watch at the same time?

It takes just over an hour to hit 80% charge, so if you want to wear at night to track your sleep pattern etc just plug it in in the morning whilst having a shower and breakfast or at night whilst watching TV.
#20
Thanks I thought would try it lol :)

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