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Apple Watch Series 5 has a display that's always on, showing the time and important information — no need to raise your wrist. It helps you navigate with the built-in compass. Enables international emergency calling. Let's you check on your heart with the ECG app. Tracks your workouts and activity.

Plenty of new apps to help motivate you to stay healthy and active, while the Activity Ring tracks your progress. The Noise app alerts you to when the decibels in the area can damage your hearing. Log your menstruation information with the new Cycle app, or keep an eye on your heart with the new ECG app.

Listen to around 50 million songs through the Apple Music library or add new apps by accessing the App Store. And with built in Apple Pay, you can instantly and securely get your morning coffee or midday snack.

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LazyDonkey30/09/2019 12:29

Trying to decide whether to go cellular or not?


At some point I was considering it too, but there are added costs not just when purchasing the Apple Watch, but afterwards it’s £7/month to keep the watch on your cellular plan (only available on EE, O2 and Vodafone). Only worth it if you plan on leaving your phone behind and relying solely on the watch’s connection on a regular basis. Cellular also drains the battery more quickly than having the watch paired with the phone. I believe those are the main points you need to consider
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Any good android alternative which can give health alerts similar to Apple watch such as continues heart monitoring?
Good deal - missed this on the weekend and will be jumping on it today
Trying to decide whether to go cellular or not?
LazyDonkey30/09/2019 12:29

Trying to decide whether to go cellular or not?


At some point I was considering it too, but there are added costs not just when purchasing the Apple Watch, but afterwards it’s £7/month to keep the watch on your cellular plan (only available on EE, O2 and Vodafone). Only worth it if you plan on leaving your phone behind and relying solely on the watch’s connection on a regular basis. Cellular also drains the battery more quickly than having the watch paired with the phone. I believe those are the main points you need to consider
humadoon30/09/2019 11:37

Any good android alternative which can give health alerts similar to Apple …Any good android alternative which can give health alerts similar to Apple watch such as continues heart monitoring?


No, apple make the best watches, Samsung, huawei and LG Male nice nice watches but nowhere near Apple Watch quality.
Anyone having difficulties in placing the order? It throws me out at the time of processing the payment
martynw8930/09/2019 12:25

Good deal - missed this on the weekend and will be jumping on it today


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melomanias30/09/2019 12:40

At some point I was considering it too, but there are added costs not just …At some point I was considering it too, but there are added costs not just when purchasing the Apple Watch, but afterwards it’s £7/month to keep the watch on your cellular plan (only available on EE, O2 and Vodafone). Only worth it if you plan on leaving your phone behind and relying solely on the watch’s connection on a regular basis. Cellular also drains the battery more quickly than having the watch paired with the phone. I believe those are the main points you need to consider



Interesting I always assumed I had the cellular capabilities. So when I’ve occasionally taken a call on my watch whilst my phones been in another room. That’s just a normal feature of any Apple Watch?
joxeruk200030/09/2019 13:30

Interesting I always assumed I had the cellular capabilities. So when I’ve …Interesting I always assumed I had the cellular capabilities. So when I’ve occasionally taken a call on my watch whilst my phones been in another room. That’s just a normal feature of any Apple Watch?


really , thats because its going through bluetooth, if you was away or to far away prom your mobile you want be able to make/receive calls, the sim watch is just like having a mobile on your wrist.
joxeruk200030/09/2019 13:30

Interesting I always assumed I had the cellular capabilities. So when I’ve …Interesting I always assumed I had the cellular capabilities. So when I’ve occasionally taken a call on my watch whilst my phones been in another room. That’s just a normal feature of any Apple Watch?


Yes, it can take/make calls using Wi-Fi as well as Bluetooth if your phone is further away.
nsdfknojansd30/09/2019 12:57

No, apple make the best watches, Samsung, huawei and LG Male nice nice …No, apple make the best watches, Samsung, huawei and LG Male nice nice watches but nowhere near Apple Watch quality.


Let's not forget that Apple Watches are 2-3x the price of the others and aren't much use on Android devices though. The health stuff is a gimmick and you shouldn't be relying on the watch alone for this. The Galaxy Active can do movement alerts and heart rate stuff.
Says code expired now.
Youngy30/09/2019 14:13

Says code expired now.


Damn. Just checked as well and the 10% off isn’t showing
melomanias30/09/2019 12:40

At some point I was considering it too, but there are added costs not just …At some point I was considering it too, but there are added costs not just when purchasing the Apple Watch, but afterwards it’s £7/month to keep the watch on your cellular plan (only available on EE, O2 and Vodafone). Only worth it if you plan on leaving your phone behind and relying solely on the watch’s connection on a regular basis. Cellular also drains the battery more quickly than having the watch paired with the phone. I believe those are the main points you need to consider


They told me it’s £5 extra added to line rental for 10GB or unlimited if you get the watch on contract but you’ll be paying even more mad money. The first 3 months are free unlimited regardless. - EE Twitter DM
Edited by: "FlexR" 30th Sep
FlexR30/09/2019 22:14

They told me it’s £5 extra added to line rental for 10GB or unlimited if yo …They told me it’s £5 extra added to line rental for 10GB or unlimited if you get the watch on contract but you’ll be paying even more mad money. The first 3 months are free unlimited regardless. - EE Twitter DM


They may have given you an outdated price (or you were lucky). £5 was last year. I checked the EE forums a few weeks ago and again just now to confirm and this year’s price is £7/month. Yes, the first three months are free (it used to be six). Same monthly cost on Vodafone.
melomanias01/10/2019 02:48

They may have given you an outdated price (or you were lucky). £5 was last …They may have given you an outdated price (or you were lucky). £5 was last year. I checked the EE forums a few weeks ago and again just now to confirm and this year’s price is £7/month. Yes, the first three months are free (it used to be six). Same monthly cost on Vodafone.


I signed up to the £5/10GB today via phone after telling them I was this this price on twitter DM Friday and as I purchased the watch direct from Apple not EE for the unlimited monthly contract thingy. 30 day rolling isn’t tied to my EE plan.
Edited by: "FlexR" 1st Oct
FlexR01/10/2019 02:50

I signed up to the £5/10GB today via phone after telling them I was this …I signed up to the £5/10GB today via phone after telling them I was this this price on twitter DM Friday and as I purchased the watch direct from Apple not EE for the unlimited monthly contract thingy. 30 day rolling isn’t tied to my EE plan.


You were lucky then.
melomanias01/10/2019 02:57

You were lucky then.


Have you spoken to them? Maybe it’s a existing customer or deal it mainly started when they called me (sales rep) asking if I’d like to upgrade my watch for the S5 and at first I said I wasn’t interested in upgrading cause I probably never need it’s data model just GPS as my phones with me 24/7 I don’t see the point paying for data on my watch when I’m never without my phone and then he got back to me with £5 10/GB as I said I’ve actually purchased it from Apple (was gonna go JL for the extra year warranty but they wasn’t doing pre-orders just said out of stock).
FlexR01/10/2019 10:09

Have you spoken to them? Maybe it’s a existing customer or deal it mainly s …Have you spoken to them? Maybe it’s a existing customer or deal it mainly started when they called me (sales rep) asking if I’d like to upgrade my watch for the S5 and at first I said I wasn’t interested in upgrading cause I probably never need it’s data model just GPS as my phones with me 24/7 I don’t see the point paying for data on my watch when I’m never without my phone and then he got back to me with £5 10/GB as I said I’ve actually purchased it from Apple (was gonna go JL for the extra year warranty but they wasn’t doing pre-orders just said out of stock).


No because even at £5 per month I can’t justify the extra cost considering my phone is nearly always on me. It would be cool for when my phone runs out of battery and I’m out so I could still receive and send texts, listen to music, get directions, but I decided to just stick with my external battery.

Regarding the EE cost, yes, I’d agree they’re offering you a deal. It’s nice to know it can be negotiated, so thanks for sharing.
Do Argos 30 day returns apply to eBay purchases as well?

In case I want to return it, or a better deal pops up.
Mentos01/10/2019 12:10

Do Argos 30 day returns apply to eBay purchases as well?In case I want to …Do Argos 30 day returns apply to eBay purchases as well?In case I want to return it, or a better deal pops up.



Yes, it says so on my receipt. But I had a hell of a time returning it.

First my Mrs went in as I was unwell. Staff inspected it, went to process the refund, then said they couldn't do it as it wasn't under her name. Apparently it would be fraud, to which she replied "I bet you wouldn't care if I was buying something with his card".

After I recovered, I went in and got a different manager. He refused to accept it as it had been opened. Apparently part of their T&C's that you can't open it. Had to call my wife who gave a description of the staff she'd spoken to, which fortunately saved the DSR/etc argument.

And then they couldn't figure out how much i'd paid. Fortunately for them I was honest, as they called their online sales team who seemed to think I'd paid the full price :O
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