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Apple Watch 42mm sport - £149.00 instore @ John Lewis Kingston

£149.00 @ John Lewis
Found in clearance section in Kingston John Lewis Thought it's a good price even though it says original price was £199 I think it's more than that. many left on the shelf Includes 2 year guarantee… Read More
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1w, 12h agoFound 1 week, 12 hours ago
Found in clearance section in Kingston John Lewis
Thought it's a good price even though it says original price was £199 I think it's more than that.
many left on the shelf

Includes 2 year guarantee
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#1
Good find :D was looking itself yesterday for bargains in the Kingston store and never saw it. Were about in the electrical section did you see it ?
1 Like #2
It was beside the technical support counter, in a glass cabinet
1 Like #3
Would this be a series 0 or 1?
1 Like #4
Kojo_Segu
Would this be a series 0 or 1?

I would assume that from the £199 original price, it is likely to be a Series 0, although I will be happily be proven otherwise if the OP can inform :{
1 Like #5
A1554 seems like Series 1
1 Like #6
tharinduasanka
A1554 seems like Series 1

If it says A1554, then it'll be a Series 0.
http://www.everymac.com/systems/apple/apple-watch/specs/apple-watch-sport-aluminum-42mm.html

Heat nonetheless ;)
#8
Hmm although I love Apple, I'm not really a fan of non-waterproof sports tracking smart watches. If your like me and sweat a lot whilst training , swim, prefer to keep the watch on whilst showering , pay abit extra for the latest series.
#9
sinxa
Hmm although I love Apple, I'm not really a fan of non-waterproof sports tracking smart watches. If your like me and sweat a lot whilst training , swim, prefer to keep the watch on whilst showering , pay abit extra for the latest series.


I wore my series 0 (launch day) Watch for 2 weeks away on holiday.

I swam in the pool and the sea, it’s still going strong.
#10
Series 0 is a bit slow, but well worth it for this price.
1 Like #11
sinxa
Hmm although I love Apple, I'm not really a fan of non-waterproof sports tracking smart watches. If your like me and sweat a lot whilst training , swim, prefer to keep the watch on whilst showering , pay abit extra for the latest series.


I have this and it's completely waterproof
#12
papi_raul
sinxa
Hmm although I love Apple, I'm not really a fan of non-waterproof sports tracking smart watches. If your like me and sweat a lot whilst training , swim, prefer to keep the watch on whilst showering , pay abit extra for the latest series.


I have this and it's completely waterproof


Didn't know that, thanks for the tip
1 Like #13
papi_raul
sinxa
Hmm although I love Apple, I'm not really a fan of non-waterproof sports tracking smart watches. If your like me and sweat a lot whilst training , swim, prefer to keep the watch on whilst showering , pay abit extra for the latest series.
I have this and it's completely waterproof

It probably is waterproof but it's not certified so if it does leak (or worse still, the back falls off) you'll have no comeback whatsoever. These are also not that durable, the curved glass is a stupid design - friend smashed his series 2 and Apple wants £250 plus the broken one back to fix it...
#14
That's some ridiculous price
1 Like #15
sinxa
Hmm although I love Apple, I'm not really a fan of non-waterproof sports tracking smart watches. If your like me and sweat a lot whilst training , swim, prefer to keep the watch on whilst showering , pay abit extra for the latest series.

Just got the Fitbit Charge 2 and realising this. Taking it off for a shower isn't an issue but remembering to put it back on is and over time these are many steps that aren't being tracked. Having said that I don't know of a waterproof equivalent for the price I paid.


Edited By: 2minutenoodles on Jul 16, 2017 22:12
#16
tharinduasanka
That's some ridiculous price

Should have been the original price.
1 Like #17
papi_raul
sinxa
Hmm although I love Apple, I'm not really a fan of non-waterproof sports tracking smart watches. If your like me and sweat a lot whilst training , swim, prefer to keep the watch on whilst showering , pay abit extra for the latest series.


I have this and it's completely waterproof


No really, it is not waterproof at all, they class it as slight water resistant covering slight sweat but it's not water proof like the latest model, check Apples site. https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT205000
#18
Azzin
sinxa
Hmm although I love Apple, I'm not really a fan of non-waterproof sports tracking smart watches. If your like me and sweat a lot whilst training , swim, prefer to keep the watch on whilst showering , pay abit extra for the latest series.

I wore my series 0 (launch day) Watch for 2 weeks away on holiday.

I swam in the pool and the sea, it’s still going strong.

I beg to disagree https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT205000

Edited By: sinxa on Jul 16, 2017 23:09
#19
2minutenoodles
sinxa
Hmm although I love Apple, I'm not really a fan of non-waterproof sports tracking smart watches. If your like me and sweat a lot whilst training , swim, prefer to keep the watch on whilst showering , pay abit extra for the latest series.

Just got the Fitbit Charge 2 and realising this. Taking it off for a shower isn't an issue but remembering to put it back on is and over time these are many steps that aren't being tracked. Having said that I don't know of a waterproof equivalent for the price I paid.



Unless you paid less than £25 then the miband 2 is cheaper. There was also a deal the other day that made the miband £15.
#20
plewis00
papi_raul
sinxa
Hmm although I love Apple, I'm not really a fan of non-waterproof sports tracking smart watches. If your like me and sweat a lot whilst training , swim, prefer to keep the watch on whilst showering , pay abit extra for the latest series.
I have this and it's completely waterproof

It probably is waterproof but it's not certified so if it does leak (or worse still, the back falls off) you'll have no comeback whatsoever. These are also not that durable, the curved glass is a stupid design - friend smashed his series 2 and Apple wants £250 plus the broken one back to fix it...


Hey I don't disagree about the certification at all, I got the Apple Watch the day it launched and I've showered, gone swimming etc for over 2 years and never had a problem, obviously if anyone is going to spend a fair amount of money, it is at your own risk, but they are sealed units. Also what made me use it in the shower/ pool/ sea was listening to Tim Cook when they announced the apple 1, that he wore it in the shower.
#21
papi_raul
plewis00
papi_raul
sinxa
Hmm although I love Apple, I'm not really a fan of non-waterproof sports tracking smart watches. If your like me and sweat a lot whilst training , swim, prefer to keep the watch on whilst showering , pay abit extra for the latest series.
I have this and it's completely waterproof

It probably is waterproof but it's not certified so if it does leak (or worse still, the back falls off) you'll have no comeback whatsoever. These are also not that durable, the curved glass is a stupid design - friend smashed his series 2 and Apple wants £250 plus the broken one back to fix it...


Hey I don't disagree about the certification at all, I got the Apple Watch the day it launched and I've showered, gone swimming etc for over 2 years and never had a problem, obviously if anyone is going to spend a fair amount of money, it is at your own risk, but they are sealed units. Also what made me use it in the shower/ pool/ sea was listening to Tim Cook when they announced the apple 1, that he wore it in the shower.


The Apple 1 is fine in water. The Apple 0 advertised in this thread is not
#22
Dc rainmaker who is a well respected tester of fitness gadgets did some proper waterproof testing (in a pressure chamber) and found it to be much more water resistant than Apple had certified it for.
#23
sinxa
papi_raul
plewis00
papi_raul
sinxa
Hmm although I love Apple, I'm not really a fan of non-waterproof sports tracking smart watches. If your like me and sweat a lot whilst training , swim, prefer to keep the watch on whilst showering , pay abit extra for the latest series.
I have this and it's completely waterproof
It probably is waterproof but it's not certified so if it does leak (or worse still, the back falls off) you'll have no comeback whatsoever. These are also not that durable, the curved glass is a stupid design - friend smashed his series 2 and Apple wants £250 plus the broken one back to fix it...
Hey I don't disagree about the certification at all, I got the Apple Watch the day it launched and I've showered, gone swimming etc for over 2 years and never had a problem, obviously if anyone is going to spend a fair amount of money, it is at your own risk, but they are sealed units. Also what made me use it in the shower/ pool/ sea was listening to Tim Cook when they announced the apple 1, that he wore it in the shower.
The Apple 1 is fine in water. The Apple 0 advertised in this thread is not

The idea is, is that by not explicitly stating that it is waterproof, Apple will not be responsible for water damage as they didn't say that it was able to deal with things like this at all.
So even though they advertise it as not, it doesn't mean that it can't do it.
#24
how do you view the original image posted by OP in a size other than unreadable !?
#25
keithpresley
how do you view the original image posted by OP in a size other than unreadable !?
You can't, it gets saved to it's location as a small resized version
http://static.hotukdeals.com/images/threads/2742196_1.jpg
#26
Azzin
I wore my series 0 (launch day) Watch for 2 weeks away on holiday.I swam in the pool and the sea, it’s still going strong.

How do you find the battery life? How often do you recharge
#27
sinxa
Azzin
sinxa
Hmm although I love Apple, I'm not really a fan of non-waterproof sports tracking smart watches. If your like me and sweat a lot whilst training , swim, prefer to keep the watch on whilst showering , pay abit extra for the latest series.

I wore my series 0 (launch day) Watch for 2 weeks away on holiday.

I swam in the pool and the sea, it’s still going strong.

I beg to disagree https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT205000


You can’t disagree.

I made a post about what I did with my watch on holiday.

I didn’t post an opinion, what I posted was what I did and what happened.
#28
It’s fine, I charge it overnight.

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