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Apple Watch S5 GPS 44mm 32GB Smart Watch - Space Grey Alu/Black Band £386.10 Argos eBay
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Apple Watch S5 GPS 44mm 32GB Smart Watch - Space Grey Alu/Black Band £386.10 Argos eBay

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Posted 27th Sep

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Latest version of the Apple Watch, Series 5 44mm non cellular.

Use the bay code (PLEASED) and get this for £386.10.
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Wonder if I could get a further 10% off with staff discount ( Sainsbury's ) ? Does say cannot be used with any other offers but does that include staff discount ??
Just picked mine up from Argos, finally the always on display this should of had from the start...
martylaa27/09/2019 15:18

Just picked mine up from Argos, finally the always on display this should …Just picked mine up from Argos, finally the always on display this should of had from the start...


How do you click and collect from argos on eBay ? Seems to offer delivery ?
1% quidco too
Have got the S4 and, although I would like the always on display, not really worth upgrading is it just yet. Will wait for re-design.
tobyw27/09/2019 15:55

How do you click and collect from argos on eBay ? Seems to offer delivery ?



You can switch it to click and collect on the ebay page or on the checkout page.
Thanks OP, collected today, gone from S2 to S5.
tobyw27/09/2019 15:55

How do you click and collect from argos on eBay ? Seems to offer delivery ?


It let's you select click and collect on the checkout page via eBay, select your nearest store with stock and once paid it effectively messages you to say ready to collect...
Thanks OP. Ordered & collecting today
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Honestly not sure whether to get the cellular or not
stoutitude27/09/2019 18:38

Honestly not sure whether to get the cellular or not


Wouldn’t bother with the cellular due to further drain on battery life and the fact that most people have their phone on them all the time. But it depends on your personal circumstances and how you’re going to use the watch.
StevenHart27/09/2019 18:40

Wouldn’t bother with the cellular due to further drain on battery life and …Wouldn’t bother with the cellular due to further drain on battery life and the fact that most people have their phone on them all the time. But it depends on your personal circumstances and how you’re going to use the watch.


It’s for cycling/running so I don’t need my phone on me but can still track accurately with things like strava and have music etc. Can I do this with the gps do you know?
stoutitude27/09/2019 19:48

It’s for cycling/running so I don’t need my phone on me but can still tra …It’s for cycling/running so I don’t need my phone on me but can still track accurately with things like strava and have music etc. Can I do this with the gps do you know?


You don’t need cellular for that. When you get back to your phone your watch will automatically upload all the GPS data to the Strava app for you.
Code isn’t working for me. I’ve tried couple of different browsers still no luck 😔
stoutitude27/09/2019 19:48

It’s for cycling/running so I don’t need my phone on me but can still tra …It’s for cycling/running so I don’t need my phone on me but can still track accurately with things like strava and have music etc. Can I do this with the gps do you know?


Yep I do that with series 2 without cellular
Can I pay with PayPal credit and collect in store ?
chris_6128/09/2019 06:53

Can I pay with PayPal credit and collect in store ?


Yes you can
Bought this yesterday. Make sure you have your nectar card linked to eBay account.
chris_6128/09/2019 06:53

Can I pay with PayPal credit and collect in store ?


Yes, just change to click and collect
flasm127/09/2019 20:02

Code isn’t working for me. I’ve tried couple of different browsers still no …Code isn’t working for me. I’ve tried couple of different browsers still no luck 😔


Use the app
stoutitude27/09/2019 18:38

Honestly not sure whether to get the cellular or not


Using just the watch to text and talk is annoying. I wouldn’t rely just on having the watch with me so I always get just gps. How often would you go out without your phone? Maybe a run for an hour etc. Streaming live music with no phone is probably the biggest benefit but I still would have my phone Incase anyway texts or calls . I hate talking to a watch to text. Takes ages writing out texts by drawing each letter
crazy_b28/09/2019 08:40

Using just the watch to text and talk is annoying. I wouldn’t rely just on …Using just the watch to text and talk is annoying. I wouldn’t rely just on having the watch with me so I always get just gps. How often would you go out without your phone? Maybe a run for an hour etc. Streaming live music with no phone is probably the biggest benefit but I still would have my phone Incase anyway texts or calls . I hate talking to a watch to text. Takes ages writing out texts by drawing each letter



I think the point is you'd leave the phone at home when you're doing something where you won't be writing an essay in response to every text WRT calls I guess people will be using their headphones or a quick response to a call via the watch.

I didn't get the cellular myself. But I rarely need to leave my phone at home. It'd only really be useful to me on beach holidays (where I can roam with my contract) or when I take the kids swimming. For regular gym users, runners, those that can't trust themselves with their phone on a night out, etc I can see it being useful.

Presuming you'll keep it for a few years, £100 isn't too bad. It's the additional contract fee of ~£5/month that puts me off more. I hope we see the eSIM being leveraged for short term contracts in the coming years. So for example if I go to Australia I can attach a local PayGo online before I go. That would make me bite for the cellular version next time around.
Mentos28/09/2019 09:28

I think the point is you'd leave the phone at home when you're doing …I think the point is you'd leave the phone at home when you're doing something where you won't be writing an essay in response to every text WRT calls I guess people will be using their headphones or a quick response to a call via the watch.I didn't get the cellular myself. But I rarely need to leave my phone at home. It'd only really be useful to me on beach holidays (where I can roam with my contract) or when I take the kids swimming. For regular gym users, runners, those that can't trust themselves with their phone on a night out, etc I can see it being useful. Presuming you'll keep it for a few years, £100 isn't too bad. It's the additional contract fee of ~£5/month that puts me off more. I hope we see the eSIM being leveraged for short term contracts in the coming years. So for example if I go to Australia I can attach a local PayGo online before I go. That would make me bite for the cellular version next time around.


Should be able to share your phones contract. Or is that on the way
crazy_b28/09/2019 09:35

Should be able to share your phones contract. Or is that on the way



No network does it for free right now. It's around £5/month to add it to your contract last time I checked. If it had been free I probably would have got the cellular.
Edited by: "Mentos" 28th Sep
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Anyone recommend a decent strap? Either leather, metal link or mesh?

I've had a quick look, but third party ones appear to have mixed reviews. Any reputable company's make third party straps for reasonable price.
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Picked up two white ones a couple of hours ago, one 40mm and one 44mm. Bargain at this price, gone from s2 to s5.
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