Apple Nike Watch Deal at Nike from £257.97
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Apple Nike Watch Deal at Nike from £257.97

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Found 8th Sep
Watches back in stock! Grab 'em quick folks!!!!

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Wait til tuesday - they will announce a new watch and the prices of the last gen will go down.
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All the returns from hukd?!

Still waiting a month later for my refund. From my personal experience I would steer clear

Agree. Nike customer service one of worst I've experienced. Would ask John Lewis to price match if interested.

An extra 10% off through perkbox if you have access

Wait til tuesday - they will announce a new watch and the prices of the last gen will go down.

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By time PM reply at John Lewis they'll be out of stock again.

QSECOFR34 m ago

Still waiting a month later for my refund. From my personal experience I …Still waiting a month later for my refund. From my personal experience I would steer clear


Only just got mine, too. Keep ringing up and persevering.

kjfrazer17 m ago

Only just got mine, too. Keep ringing up and persevering.


I'm trying daily however all I get back is that it has been escalated to a senior team and they are unable to provide me with an update.
I've opened a paypal case but have to wait until the 15th for sellers feedback. I have also just this morning sent an email to the Nike CEO to see what that can do.

It's getting very tiring chasing this up!

I've just ordered the 38mm version for my 12 year old daughter. I'm now thinking i should have gone for the larger watch. is there anyone who has seen both watches together or owns the 38mm that can reassure me the watch will be an ok size?

Cheers

exexpat46 m ago

Wait til tuesday - they will announce a new watch and the prices of the …Wait til tuesday - they will announce a new watch and the prices of the last gen will go down.

Will not go down less than this anyway
Edited by: "sali6454" 8th Sep

I was going to order, but I heard the new one announced on Tuesday will be stand alone, and might have a glucose sensor.

Being standalone especially will be worth it to me as it means I can finally move to Android this year.

mvnl200827 m ago

I've just ordered the 38mm version for my 12 year old daughter. I'm now …I've just ordered the 38mm version for my 12 year old daughter. I'm now thinking i should have gone for the larger watch. is there anyone who has seen both watches together or owns the 38mm that can reassure me the watch will be an ok size?Cheers




38mm will be perfectly fine for a 12 year old girl. I think the 42mm would be too big.

slannmage16 m ago

I was going to order, but I heard the new one announced on Tuesday will be …I was going to order, but I heard the new one announced on Tuesday will be stand alone, and might have a glucose sensor.Being standalone especially will be worth it to me as it means I can finally move to Android this year.


That's interesting, as being stuck to iOS only thing making me pause, but new version will be £400+ tho right? quite a diff...hmmm

thirks8 m ago

38mm will be perfectly fine for a 12 year old girl. I think the 42mm would …38mm will be perfectly fine for a 12 year old girl. I think the 42mm would be too big.


Thank you. Just needed a little reassurance

These are garbage - I wouldn't bother. Wait until next week and see if they can actually announce something worth your money.

mvnl20086 m ago

Thank you. Just needed a little reassurance

I don't know any women, as sexist as this may sound, who have opted for the 42mm they have all gone 38.

38mm does me fine as a adult female- I tried on the 42mm and it was just a bit to big.

38mm female/kid, 42mm male wrists imo

As others have said, the refunds procedure takes way longer than it should do. So be sure you want one.
It took them 2 weeks to refund a 38mm, and I'm still waiting a week and a half after sending a 42mm back.
My feelings after having an apple watch for a couple of weeks is that I'm not sure smart watches do anything particularly useful, apart maybe, from measuring activity.
They also look naff compared to mechanical watches.
It's a decent enough deal for something that nobody really needs.
Edited by: "skinrush" 8th Sep

slannmage1 h, 13 m ago

I was going to order, but I heard the new one announced on Tuesday will be …I was going to order, but I heard the new one announced on Tuesday will be stand alone, and might have a glucose sensor.Being standalone especially will be worth it to me as it means I can finally move to Android this year.


Depends on how much you want to spend! The new watch will be expensive - and I VERY much doubt if the existing watches will fall in price as far as this offer!

skinrush25 m ago

My feelings after having an apple watch for a couple of weeks is that I'm …My feelings after having an apple watch for a couple of weeks is that I'm not sure smart watches do anything particularly useful, apart maybe, from measuring activity.They also look naff compared to mechanical watches


After having had one for ~3 weeks I have decided really like it - after being a bit dubious at first! A bit like a smartphone you have to find useful apps and get into the hang of using it.

I think it looks pretty smart.

I never wanted a smartwatch as I really didnt like the idea of my wrist buzzing and beeping all day.
But curiousity got the better of me with the last Nike deal and I got one of the 42mm watches.
I am now a bit of a convert - I wear it all the time and find it useful and motivating to get up and about and the notifications are good as i don't have to open my iphone each time.
The ability to go for runs with bluetooth headphones and leave your phone at home is great!
Whether it's useful to the tune of £300 quid is a matter for debate but I have been pleasantly surprised by mine..

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Look at the price of a series 1 Apple Watch now and it's about this price without GPS or waterproofing - you'll be lucky to get it at a reduced price below this I reckon. The Series 3 will probably be more expensive

Like everything it depends how much your invested in the ecosystem and even if you are it is still not essential. However my Apple watch gets loads of use as an iPod, I have a 250 song playlist that I modify on the iPhone and it syncs across to the watch with changes whilst both charge overnight. Combine that with payments via the watch, referencing weather easily and the movement tracking then it gets loads of use. So for £260-£350 I have found it to be a more functional and rounded device than the old iPod Classics or Mini's were, for what is similar money to the prices of those now obsolete devices.

Beakerweb3 h, 30 m ago

By time PM reply at John Lewis they'll be out of stock again.


Absolutely right!! Probably had about 5 declined due to them being OOS - never when I checked however!

Sent price match to John Lewis this morning and they have just replied that they will match. 42mm in black volt. Now do I really need this ? I think I do !

£260 for what looks like something I used to buy at the market for a fiver

QSECOFR4 h, 57 m ago

Still waiting a month later for my refund. From my personal experience I …Still waiting a month later for my refund. From my personal experience I would steer clear


I ordered 2 ,kept one which is amazing deal and really nice item.a no brainer at this price and very happy with it.
I agree their refund procedure is very lengthy and rubbish but I got my refund finally this Tuesday.
There is no way they refuse refund or anything like that, it's Nike a major company after all but it takes much longer than it should for them to process refunds for some reason.
The deal and this price is a real bargain though.and this Apple Watch series 2 with GPS is a great product.
Edited by: "Tequila" 8th Sep

mvnl20084 h, 9 m ago

I've just ordered the 38mm version for my 12 year old daughter. I'm now …I've just ordered the 38mm version for my 12 year old daughter. I'm now thinking i should have gone for the larger watch. is there anyone who has seen both watches together or owns the 38mm that can reassure me the watch will be an ok size?Cheers

The 38mm is plenty big enough for someone with small wrists, I have this size and it is perfect, the 48mm was too big for me personally

mvnl20084 h, 45 m ago

I've just ordered the 38mm version for my 12 year old daughter. I'm now …I've just ordered the 38mm version for my 12 year old daughter. I'm now thinking i should have gone for the larger watch. is there anyone who has seen both watches together or owns the 38mm that can reassure me the watch will be an ok size?Cheers

38 mm is 100% fine for kids, my 14 & 17yr olds have them- fine, I had he 42mm and they both said they don't like how wide it is. - but for me it's fine.

I can confirm John Lewis have price matched. Only took them 1h30m to email me back. Ordering now!

JL have price matched. I do have a s0 but have been on the fence about the s2 (which this is a rebadge of) for a while. Took the plunge. Can get just over £100 from CEX for the s0 making this sub£200 - a great price.

Thanks for posting this, JL also price matched for me. Now lets see what Apple releases on Tuesday...

10% off through Reward Gateway if you have that from your employer
or for anyone else 6% off through Zeek

I got the 38mm cool grey last time round this offer was on for £218 through my employer benefits and I'm very pleased with it, bought some copy straps from eBay / amazon, chuffed.

I'm unsure about which size would fit my skinny wrists can I order both and return one of them?

QSECOFR6 h, 36 m ago

I'm trying daily however all I get back is that it has been escalated to a …I'm trying daily however all I get back is that it has been escalated to a senior team and they are unable to provide me with an update.I've opened a paypal case but have to wait until the 15th for sellers feedback. I have also just this morning sent an email to the Nike CEO to see what that can do. It's getting very tiring chasing this up!

Yes, I had my "escalated" too. Was supposed to get a phone call back the following day. No phone call but an email at 6pm with details of my refund.

It said it would take 5-6 business days to show on my card but it only took 48 hours.

Won't be ordering from Nike again. Good luck with yours!

skinrush5 h, 16 m ago

As others have said, the refunds procedure takes way longer than it should …As others have said, the refunds procedure takes way longer than it should do. So be sure you want one. It took them 2 weeks to refund a 38mm, and I'm still waiting a week and a half after sending a 42mm back.My feelings after having an apple watch for a couple of weeks is that I'm not sure smart watches do anything particularly useful, apart maybe, from measuring activity.They also look naff compared to mechanical watches.It's a decent enough deal for something that nobody really needs.

Feel the same way, just didn't feel useful at all.

tom619535 m ago

I'm unsure about which size would fit my skinny wrists can I order both …I'm unsure about which size would fit my skinny wrists can I order both and return one of them?


Many people seem to have done this! It works but sometimes Nike have needed prodding to issue the refund. Also remember to contact them to return within 14 days.

Returned mine and had to call each day to chase and eventually refunded ... apart from that the Watch is actually quite nice although with my phone with me all the time can't really find good use for it

slannmage8 h, 25 m ago

I was going to order, but I heard the new one announced on Tuesday will be …I was going to order, but I heard the new one announced on Tuesday will be stand alone, and might have a glucose sensor.Being standalone especially will be worth it to me as it means I can finally move to Android this year.


There's no rumours saying it will be completely independent of the iPhone - looking likely that it will have integrated LTE, but I highly, highly doubt it will be compatible with Android or able to be used without an iPhone to set it up and administer updates, etc.

Glucose monitoring also looks unlikely, as it'd require FDA approval in the US which is a lengthy process and there's been no signs of Apple doing anything on that front. Since they're pushing more Bluetooth APIs in watchOS 4, it's much more likely that they'll be closer integration with existing or upcoming glucose Bluetooth measuring devices.

TL;DR: you'll still need an iPhone and it probably won't measure your glucose levels.
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