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Epsom ES1000T Sim Free / Unlocked Watch Phone - Play - + Quidco £159.99

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Epsom ES1000T Sim Free / Unlocked Watch Phone This is a phone with a difference! A fully functional Bluetooth mobile phone is concealed within a stylish watch. A responsive touchscreen ensures it's… Read More
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Epsom ES1000T Sim Free / Unlocked Watch Phone

This is a phone with a difference! A fully functional Bluetooth mobile phone is concealed within a stylish watch. A responsive touchscreen ensures it's easy to operate, and it includes all the features you would expect from a normal mobile phone, including camera, MP3 playback and games.

cant find a pic of C>I>A guy talking into wrist - damn
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#1
must admit it is pretty cool, but won't you look like an idiot talking into a watch... having to hold your wrist up to your mouth
1 Like #2
Wow. Its the future.....

http://www.internationalhero.co.uk/d/dicktracy.jpg
#3
The camera must be a bit awkward to use.
#4
You don't talk into your wirst, you use a bluetooth headset, which look even more daft.

I received a spam mail earlier in the week with several starting at £79 which I deleted and can't find now, here's a link to some others starting at abotu £130.

http://www.mantistech.co.uk/shop/index.php?cPath=42_43&gclid=CK2epvP0tZgCFQqF3godUTr4ag
#5
Dealextreme do some too, although with the exchange rate being poor their not quite such a good deal at the moment.

http://www.dealextreme.com/products.dx/category.511~search.watch
#6
How would you charge it ????????
Connect yourself to Wall Socket ??????? :w00t: :w00t:
Good for Kids.....
Nokia Concept Phone
http://www.cellphones.ca/news/upload/_nokia%20morph%20wrist%20mode.jpg
#7
you would not belive this, i have a phone with a clock on it!
#8
must admit though, i am quite tempted just for the cool factor, but it would get tiresome after a while
1 Like #9
This reminds me of the huge calculator watches from the 80s.

Except less stylish.
banned#10
Please tell more about the camera function.. Interesting.
#11
I've had a watch phone very similar to this for a year and a half.
I find it invaluable - would never go back to old fashioned hand-held mobile phones.

It charges via a battery - can either charge battery on the watch (via usb cable ovenight every 4 days) or keep one battery on charge and use the other.

I personally prefer using the onboard speaker/mic rather than bluetooth; but I have a couple of bluetooth headsets if I need them.

Mine has a 1.3 mp camera and video camera which is useful. The camera is mounted on the side, so just touch the capture button on the screen, and capture the photo. Also comes with decent mp3 player, aswell as internet access ... plus watch/alarm/calculator/calendar functions
banned#12
ra2000
I've had a watch phone very similar to this for a year and a half.
I find it invaluable - would never go back to old fashioned hand-held mobile phones.

It charges via a battery - can either c\harge battery on the watch (via usb cable ovenight every 4 days) or keep one battery on charge and use the other.

I personally prefer using the onboard speaker/mic rather than bluetooth; but I have a couple of bluetooth headsets if I need them.

Mine has a 1.3 mp camera and video camera which is useful. The camera is mounted on the side, so just touch the capture button on the screen, and capture the photo. Also comes with decent mp3 player, aswell as internet access ... plus watch/alarm/calculator/calendar functions



photo please !! :whistling:
#13
great for out on those runs and cant take bulky n95... but too dear!!!
#14
Nearly as classy as the phone with a shaver on it!
#15
photo please !!


http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=1998e8fa430071cfd2db6fb9a8902bda

Literally just taken this on my wrist; so you'll have to excuse the informality of it.
You can see I've actually got it connected to Asda mobile as this is half the price of the other networks (it really is network free); and you can see the camera on the side.

Underneath where it says "Bluetooth" you can see a small black line - this is the microphone.
Underneath the camera lens, you'll see a longer black line - this is the onboard speaker. It's fine if you're in a room, or outside but not where there's too much noise.

The symbols at the 12,3,6,&9 hours are all touch sensitive.
The house symbol at the 12 O'clock takes you to the Home page, the envelope symbol takes you to messages (email/sms etc), the mouth symbol takes you to voice activation (you literally just speak to your watch saying "call Richard" and it calls the person) and the music symbol takes you to your media player.

Hope that helps
#16
Is this the special addition that comes with a talking black Trans-Am, a black pair of leather slacks and matching jacket?
#17
ra2000
http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=1998e8fa430071cfd2db6fb9a8902bda

Literally just taken this on my wrist; so you'll have to excuse the informality of it.
You can see I've actually got it connected to Asda mobile as this is half the price of the other networks (it really is network free); and you can see the camera on the side.

Underneath where it says "Bluetooth" you can see a small black line - this is the microphone.
Underneath the camera lens, you'll see a longer black line - this is the onboard speaker. It's fine if you're in a room, or outside but not where there's too much noise.

The symbols at the 12,3,6,&9 hours are all touch sensitive.
The house symbol at the 12 O'clock takes you to the Home page, the envelope symbol takes you to messages (email/sms etc), the mouth symbol takes you to voice activation (you literally just speak to your watch saying "call Richard" and it calls the person) and the music symbol takes you to your media player.

Hope that helps



haha, it looks proper James Bond, until you see the Asda Mobile on the screen :thinking::whistling:

nice watch..... er phone though :thumbsup:
#18
surely all those microwaves coming from the internal aerial bouncing off your wrist can't be good? not be used with the hand you like to pump things with ;)
#19
Take the good with the bad

...See Avalanche's reviews @ play.com 25/03/2009
"I have had this phone for about a month now, and its far from perfect.
First the bad points, the strap has to be shortened at a jewelers,the radio is worthless, the strap has semi solid sides which means the watch forms a square on the wrist, and[COLOR="Red"] the USB charger exploded[/COLOR] and killed the free bluetooth headset.

This phone has good points too. because the battery life is limited, you are supplied with two batteries. There are (were in my case) a set of bluetooth stereo headphones supplied, and with a bit of headscatching you can stream music from the phone courtesy of the one gig card that is also supplied. Also because this is on your wrist, you will never need another ring tone, just vibrate.

Summary, its had its ups and downs but I've kept it and I sticking with it "
#20
"Epsom"? :?
#21
arfster;5055498
This reminds me of the huge calculator watches from the 80s.
Ah memories - I made one from a kit. Sinclair wrist calculator. What a heap of @!£# that was!
#22
http://www.fanderson.org.uk/images/tbep09.jpeg
#23
If it's based on the same technology as the one in this review I think I'll give it a wide berth...
#24
your lucky u got £159 to waste on it...lol
#25
darul
Is this the special addition that comes with a talking black Trans-Am, a black pair of leather slacks and matching jacket?


Don't forget the perm

http://www.scificool.com/images/2008/01/michael-knight-rider-hoff.jpg

"Mom, I'll be home at 6."
#26
Talk time: up to 150h
Standby time: up to 100h
First time Ive ever seen a talk time > Standby time!
banned#27
ahotukdeal
surely all those microwaves coming from the internal aerial bouncing off your wrist can't be good? not be used with the hand you like to pump things with ;)


As opposed to the microwaves that bombard us from every conceivable direction all day every day for our entire lives?
The waves that do us no harm.
You're stupid if you think microwaves are harmful- sorry
#28
surely all those microwaves coming from the internal aerial bouncing off your wrist can't be good? not be used with the hand you like to pump things with ;)

Mascherano
As opposed to the microwaves that bombard us from every conceivable direction all day every day for our entire lives?
The waves that do us no harm.
You're stupid if you think microwaves are harmful- sorry


not entirely stupid you know ,ionising radiation can chemically alter a substance , Microvaves ( which are non ionising) while not possessing significant energy to "harm us" can cause heating and burns like any heat source, especially in high water content tissue . The cornea & len(high protein content) in the eye have no blood supply to conduct away heat making the lens proteins very susceptible to heat ( rather like egg albumin(protein rich ) going white with heat application) & potentially causing cataract development. I should know I'm an optometrist.
...Anyway remember not so long ago when your ear/ side of your head used to get hot when you were using your mobile but the battery still appeared to be cool.!!
Now I'm not sure how this phone works dick tracy style but holding the thing close to your face as you speak into the mic will certainly expose your orbital & periorbital contents to higher rads ( not to be confused with radioactivity) . However the manufacturer may have factored this into how the device is to be used & offset it by lower SAR levels ( specific absorp rads) on the watchphone.
#29
Wow - thanks Darklight - so there we have it!

Ask yourself if it is better to have microwaves operating around your wrist .... or your head ???
#30
ra2000
http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=1998e8fa430071cfd2db6fb9a8902bda

Literally just taken this on my wrist; so you'll have to excuse the informality of it.
You can see I've actually got it connected to Asda mobile as this is half the price of the other networks (it really is network free); and you can see the camera on the side.

Underneath where it says "Bluetooth" you can see a small black line - this is the microphone.
Underneath the camera lens, you'll see a longer black line - this is the onboard speaker. It's fine if you're in a room, or outside but not where there's too much noise.

The symbols at the 12,3,6,&9 hours are all touch sensitive.
The house symbol at the 12 O'clock takes you to the Home page, the envelope symbol takes you to messages (email/sms etc), the mouth symbol takes you to voice activation (you literally just speak to your watch saying "call Richard" and it calls the person) and the music symbol takes you to your media player.

Hope that helps


Im glad you have the bottle to wear such a monstrosity on your wrist that is the ugliest cheapo looking thing ive ever seen why you would spend £150 on one of these crap things is beyond me id rather have a nice watch and a mobile and if you use bluetooth with it isnt that defeating the object because bluetooth works from a good distance so leave your phone in your coat pocket and wear your headset rather than drag that monster around on your wrist and i dont know about everyone else but i never take my watch off so i bet with this it spends more time off your wrist than it does on it. Can you go in the shower or bath with it? im picturing your arm hanging out the side of your bed with a usb lead plugged into your wrist.

One question do you have to have your shirt cuff altered to go over that it looks like your carrying a full size cheap phone with a wristband around on your wrist. Well done for upping the picture though even though its a junk item.
#31
polly69
Im glad you have the bottle to wear such a monstrosity on your wrist that is the ugliest cheapo looking thing ive ever seen why you would spend £150 on one of these crap things is beyond me id rather have a nice watch and a mobile and if you use bluetooth with it isnt that defeating the object because bluetooth works from a good distance so leave your phone in your coat pocket and wear your headset rather than drag that monster around on your wrist and i dont know about everyone else but i never take my watch off so i bet with this it spends more time off your wrist than it does on it. Can you go in the shower or bath with it? im picturing your arm hanging out the side of your bed with a usb lead plugged into your wrist.

One question do you have to have your shirt cuff altered to go over that it looks like your carrying a full size cheap phone with a wristband around on your wrist. Well done for upping the picture though even though its a junk item.

Is this really necessary? Is he not entitled to like what appeals to him. Should everyone like what you like? What makes your judgement better than others?
Surely there is a polite way of phrasing your opinion?
#32
ra2000
Wow - thanks Darklight - so there we have it!

Ask yourself if it is better to have microwaves operating around your wrist .... or your head ???


I'm no mobile expert but back in the day , there were fewer repeaters ( masts) & therefore the phones had to emit a strong signal (more rads) to reach a mast for onward relay, Infact phones had EFR & HFR settings which used to let you cycle through full phone power & Half phone power to compensate for this. On EFR , the phones used to get hot but reception was far superior
...well while we're grateful these days for "excellent" coverage" , it's at a "cost "..to those who wake up one morning to find a mobile phone mast firmly embedded in their backyard..the radiation itself may not be significant but just thinking about the masts presence can give you flashbacks, headaches , loss of libido , you name it,..even the local parish priest here has installed "antirad" equipment adding to the adage God helps those who help themselves..but I digress
as I was saying we're happy for a good signal especially if we have to part wtih £20 a month for the privilege ,but definitely do not want any masts blighting our line of sight.
Handsets now emit lower SAR's in keeping with Govt guidelines because there are more masts

I may be wrong I used to mess with phones for fun ages ago the user guides were really big books & held so much information on tweaking phones. Cant even send a fax( they still have their niche uses ) now with the latest handsets. Feature ditched with the latest nokia communicator phones. Every phone back then had the capability to warble( fax) .
None of the new broadband phones can send faxes natively . although lately the humble Nokia 1100 handset is being used in false flag hacks to empty unsuspecting folks bank accounts...ones who utilize mobile ebanking
#33
ra2000;5055524
I've had a watch phone very similar to this for a year and a half.
I find it invaluable - would never go back to old fashioned hand-held mobile phones.

It charges via a battery - can either charge battery on the watch (via usb cable ovenight every 4 days) or keep one battery on charge and use the other.

I personally prefer using the onboard speaker/mic rather than bluetooth; but I have a couple of bluetooth headsets if I need them.

Mine has a 1.3 mp camera and video camera which is useful. The camera is mounted on the side, so just touch the capture button on the screen, and capture the photo. Also comes with decent mp3 player, aswell as internet access ... plus watch/alarm/calculator/calendar functions

Where did you get this one?
#34
Jefft
Where did you get this one?



http://i43.tinypic.com/ff7bqe.jpg


:thumbsup:
#35
Hi Jefft,

I happened to get mine on the day of release from Totobay - I see they're now £79
http://www.totobay.com/latest-watch-phone-with-bluetooth-w100+-black-and-white-p5486.html

In answer to Polly69 - I don't give a damn what you think !
It may surprise you, but I didn't buy this to impress you and who even cares what you think anyway !?!?!

I happen to wear mine all the time, except each 4th night when I leave it plugged into the usb for charging.

No-one's denying that watch phones, by definition are bulkier than quartz watches - probably twice the size; that's because you can't run a mobile phone on a button cell battery. It's wrong to compare this to a watch - compare it size-for-size to a mobile phone and there's simply no comparison when it comes to size. This is 4x smaller than the smallest mobile phone. As technology moves on the battery will get thinner, but that's not where the world is yet. I think watch phones are the way ahead. You can enjoy the benefits now (with the current drawbacks, which there are) or wait for improved versions and miss out in the meantime.
#36
ra2000;5062867
Hi Jefft,

I happened to get mine on the day of release from Totobay - I see they're now £79
http://www.totobay.com/latest-watch-phone-with-bluetooth-w100+-black-and-white-p5486.html


Thanks.:thumbsup:
#37
what about the phone with a house on it... wow i got one of those tooo last week...lol... but picture is too big to post on here...lmao
banned#38
darklight
surely all those microwaves coming from the internal aerial bouncing off your wrist can't be good? not be used with the hand you like to pump things with ;)



not entirely stupid you know ,ionising radiation can chemically alter a substance , Microvaves ( which are non ionising) while not possessing significant energy to "harm us" can cause heating and burns like any heat source, especially in high water content tissue . The cornea & len(high protein content) in the eye have no blood supply to conduct away heat making the lens proteins very susceptible to heat ( rather like egg albumin(protein rich ) going white with heat application) & potentially causing cataract development. I should know I'm an optometrist.
...Anyway remember not so long ago when your ear/ side of your head used to get hot when you were using your mobile but the battery still appeared to be cool.!!
Now I'm not sure how this phone works dick tracy style but holding the thing close to your face as you speak into the mic will certainly expose your orbital & periorbital contents to higher rads ( not to be confused with radioactivity) . However the manufacturer may have factored this into how the device is to be used & offset it by lower SAR levels ( specific absorp rads) on the watchphone.

So you think microwaves can cause cataracts? That puts you in some extreme company- certainly well outside of the scientific mainstream. It also puts you in direct contradiction of mountains of evidence collected over decades which show us unequivocally that microwave radiation used in communications is safe.
You are an optometrist- you are not a scientist. That doesnt mean you're not well-informed (though you evidently arent) it just means that you may struggle to distinguish good science from bad science.
Dont propagate Daily Mail style scaremongering anti-science on a public forum and not expect to get challenged to back up your extreme point of view with evidence.
#39
You could just stick your mobile on your wrist with one of those armband thingys.
#40
ahotukdeal:
surely all those microwaves coming from the internal aerial bouncing off your wrist can't be good? not be used with the hand you like to pump things with ;)


Mascherano:
As opposed to the microwaves that bombard us from every conceivable direction all day every day for our entire lives?
The waves that do us no harm
You're stupid if you think microwaves are harmful- sorry


darklight:
not entirely stupid you know ,ionising radiation can chemically alter a substance , Microvaves ( which are non ionising) while not possessing significant energy to "harm us" can cause heating and burns like any heat source, especially in high water content tissue . The cornea & len(high protein content) in the eye have no blood supply to conduct away heat making the lens proteins very susceptible to heat ( rather like egg albumin(protein rich ) going white with heat application) & potentially causing cataract development. I should know I'm an optometrist.
...Anyway remember not so long ago when your ear/ side of your head used to get hot when you were using your mobile but the battery still appeared to be cool.!!
Now I'm not sure how this phone works dick tracy style but holding the thing close to your face as you speak into the mic will certainly expose your orbital & periorbital contents to higher rads ( not to be confused with radioactivity) . However the manufacturer may have factored this into how the device is to be used & offset it by lower SAR levels ( specific absorp rads) on the watchphone.

Mascherano:
So you think microwaves can cause cataracts? That puts you in some extreme company- certainly well outside of the scientific mainstream. It also puts you in direct contradiction of mountains of evidence collected over decades which show us unequivocally that microwave radiation used in communications is safe.
You are an optometrist- you are not a scientist. That doesnt mean you're not well-informed (though you evidently arent) it just means that you may struggle to distinguish good science from bad science.
Dont propagate Daily Mail style scaremongering anti-science on a public forum and not expect to get challenged to back up your extreme point of view with evidence.
"Well... Microwaves do cause burns & can cause cataracts hence the enclosure for our devices in the kitchen & in case you didn't know the signal coming off the antenna in the kitchen microwave is unidirection hence the need to rotate the tray to ensure uniform heating


darklight
I'm not going to dignigfy your comeback further with an answer except to say
..microwaves are generally unidirectional & vibrate water molecules to generate heat
..heat happens to denature proteins of which there are plenty in the crystalline lens.

I shall now leave you to fill in the rest of the gaps yourself by hopefully reading around
yourself which will be best for you.

Thalidomide was deemed safe until kids appeared with birth defects.

I don't read the daily mail but then you do not need to know what I read either.

And I still stand by what I said earlier!! "

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