Apple Watch Series 2 (38mm) £257.97 @ Nike
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Apple Watch Series 2 (38mm) £257.97 @ Nike

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Found 17th Sep 2017
Apple Watch Series 2 (38MM) Nike.

Back in stock again (low stock)

I just ordered mine a few minutes ago and received the confirmation email .
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ourdevonfamily52 s ago

Try a different browser if it won't add to cart, i struggled with Safari, …Try a different browser if it won't add to cart, i struggled with Safari, but Chrome got the order through!


The irony
Nutkin1 h, 41 m ago

I would want to try that facial recognition first before deciding the to …I would want to try that facial recognition first before deciding the to buy the phone, if the senior vice president cant get it to work first time then it seems like it might be a bit annoying.

Even though I find it hilarious when things fail for apple (I own iPhone 7 and s1 watch). The face recognition failure was just the iPhone being locked, so you need to put your Touch ID in. Like when you restart your iPhone, so not really a failure
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Never owned one before... Just how much Faster will the Watch 3 be in comparison? They say 70% But that's the only reason why I'm holding of... I'm planning on getting the X for this on November.... In all honestly I'll never usually be without my iPhone when using the Watch...
Try a different browser if it won't add to cart, i struggled with Safari, but Chrome got the order through!
ourdevonfamily52 s ago

Try a different browser if it won't add to cart, i struggled with Safari, …Try a different browser if it won't add to cart, i struggled with Safari, but Chrome got the order through!


The irony
Marky26434 m ago

Never owned one before... Just how much Faster will the Watch 3 be in …Never owned one before... Just how much Faster will the Watch 3 be in comparison? They say 70% But that's the only reason why I'm holding of... I'm planning on getting the X for this on November.... In all honestly I'll never usually be without my iPhone when using the Watch...

I'm getting the x, been to look at s8 and decided no thanks.

For the watch I would definitely get the cellular it's the downfall of the watch 1 and 2 having to have your phone with you. Suppose it depends if you exercise and don't want your phone with you . It's why I bought tomtom runner 3 as you don't need a phone with it. But iwatch 3 cellular now does music tracking and you don't need the phone.
Just don't do it.
Edited by: "Agharta" 17th Sep 2017
How much of the Apple X is made by Samsung?
(Components)
Gort195157 m ago

How much of the Apple X is made by Samsung?(Components)


just screen.
Can you use the cardiogram stroke detection and gps tracking without an iPhone. That's all I want it for
I have a 5c but android is my phone that I carry day to day
crazy_b10 h, 56 m ago

I'm getting the x, been to look at s8 and decided no thanks.For the watch …I'm getting the x, been to look at s8 and decided no thanks.For the watch I would definitely get the cellular it's the downfall of the watch 1 and 2 having to have your phone with you. Suppose it depends if you exercise and don't want your phone with you . It's why I bought tomtom runner 3 as you don't need a phone with it. But iwatch 3 cellular now does music tracking and you don't need the phone.


I would want to try that facial recognition first before deciding the to buy the phone, if the senior vice president cant get it to work first time then it seems like it might be a bit annoying.
Nutkin1 h, 41 m ago

I would want to try that facial recognition first before deciding the to …I would want to try that facial recognition first before deciding the to buy the phone, if the senior vice president cant get it to work first time then it seems like it might be a bit annoying.

Even though I find it hilarious when things fail for apple (I own iPhone 7 and s1 watch). The face recognition failure was just the iPhone being locked, so you need to put your Touch ID in. Like when you restart your iPhone, so not really a failure
worf2012 h, 49 m ago

Even though I find it hilarious when things fail for apple (I own iPhone 7 …Even though I find it hilarious when things fail for apple (I own iPhone 7 and s1 watch). The face recognition failure was just the iPhone being locked, so you need to put your Touch ID in. Like when you restart your iPhone, so not really a failure


Apple don't make mistakes :P Also it wasn't a restart as the Apple text for restart is different. it was reported as multiple failed attempts from the backstage crew trying to unlock it to make sure the screen cap worked.


Im OK with this to an extent but It is the speed and angle of it im worried for, i don't want to have to get my phone out and hold it in a certain way to get it to unlock. Especially if it is not instantaneous. I don't see why they couldn't just stick a fingerprint scanner on the rear.
It will work it's apple. Had every iPhone since the iPhone 4 skipping the s's. If it don't work give them it back.

S8 got stuck in the shop when I was playing about with it, froze up . Told myself no thanks can't live with that so sticking with Apple even thought it's a fing £1000. Selling iPhone 7 for around £350 so £650 not as bad hit
John Lewis have agreed to price match this, so 257.97 plus 3 year guarantee what's not to like
Seems like a great price for 2nd Gen one.

Personally the cellular is a huge thing for me - I hate running with my phone - so I have one on preorder!.. but for anyone who knows they will always have their phone on them - it might be time to dive in..
applewatch with cellular, only works with EE. They are charging around £600 for 2 years (£25 times 24 months)
Direct purchase from apple around £400, so around £8.33 per month (the £200 difference) for the connection. On top of the iphone contract.
Nice technology, but this is something I want, not something I need...
Waitin for JL to price match it. Do us think the prices will drop more on Black Friday?
stapsell13 m ago

applewatch with cellular, only works with EE. They are charging around …applewatch with cellular, only works with EE. They are charging around £600 for 2 years (£25 times 24 months)Direct purchase from apple around £400, so around £8.33 per month (the £200 difference) for the connection. On top of the iphone contract.Nice technology, but this is something I want, not something I need...


Someone has told me the cost of the data if you buy the device outright is £5 per month - so a little bit cheaper for anyone on EE who is considering it..
Gort195117th Sep

How much of the Apple X is made by Samsung?(Components)

Thankfully not the software!

TouchWiz takes Android and makes it worse in every way.
carolineat462 h, 33 m ago

John Lewis have agreed to price match this, so 257.97 plus 3 year …John Lewis have agreed to price match this, so 257.97 plus 3 year guarantee what's not to like


Sorry for being a bit clueless but how does John Lewis price match work, do you just walk in and show them the deal to match
justingalore44 m ago

Someone has told me the cost of the data if you buy the device outright is …Someone has told me the cost of the data if you buy the device outright is £5 per month - so a little bit cheaper for anyone on EE who is considering it..


This is true BUT you need to have an EE PAYM contract (possibly of some minimum - this is not yet clear) - not PAYG

It would be useful to me in almost no situations as the iPhone is rarely not with me. Other operators should offer watch service when the EE exclusivity period ends. It would need to be "no extra cost" to be worth it to me!
gvu_37 m ago

Sorry for being a bit clueless but how does John Lewis price match work, …Sorry for being a bit clueless but how does John Lewis price match work, do you just walk in and show them the deal to match


You CAN do this and provide whatever proof the store person might want (and they may well check) OR do it online at
johnlewis.com/nev…old
Confused between this and Series 3 - is the latter really worth paying an additional 100 bucks? (not so keen on the cellular as I can't think of why I would ever be out without my iPhone anyways) - thanks for your help.
pengwyn18th Sep

Can you use the cardiogram stroke detection and gps tracking without an …Can you use the cardiogram stroke detection and gps tracking without an iPhone. That's all I want it for


Neither of these rely on an iPhone. The watch DOES use the iPhone GPS in preference to its own to save power but the Series 2 (as this is!) can, when out of range, switch to using its own inbuilt GPS. Cardiogram needs - I think - one to download the free app (of the same name) from the Apple App Store.
Edited by: "BrianM" 20th Sep 2017
matwalaboy8 m ago

Confused between this and Series 3 - is the latter really worth paying an …Confused between this and Series 3 - is the latter really worth paying an additional 100 bucks? (not so keen on the cellular as I can't think of why I would ever be out without my iPhone anyways) - thanks for your help.


Series 3 is also available without cellular. It's slightly faster and has a barometer for more accurate height. Neither of these minor changes would be worth paying extra for to me....the series 2 (as I have) does everything I want fast enough
Edited by: "BrianM" 20th Sep 2017
Marky26417th Sep

Never owned one before... Just how much Faster will the Watch 3 be in …Never owned one before... Just how much Faster will the Watch 3 be in comparison? They say 70% But that's the only reason why I'm holding of... I'm planning on getting the X for this on November.... In all honestly I'll never usually be without my iPhone when using the Watch...


If you always have your phone with you, then you're only really paying for the faster processor, which is not worth the extra ~£160 in my opinion. (I suspect OS upgrades have much more impact on the responsiveness than the processor speed, and the series 2 will still be getting the Watch OS 4 upgrade).

BTW, it has built-in GPS/2GB music storage, so you can take it for a run without your phone and still track data/listen to music.
Eotris3 m ago

If you always have your phone with you, then you're only really paying for …If you always have your phone with you, then you're only really paying for the faster processor, which is not worth the extra ~£160 in my opinion. (I suspect OS upgrades have much more impact on the responsiveness than the processor speed, and the series 2 will still be getting the Watch OS 4 upgrade).BTW, it has built-in GPS/2GB music storage, so you can take it for a run without your phone and still track data/listen to music.


I am not sure about that - because having owned iPhones for the past few years - they do seem to get progressively slower as newer OS is installed on them - wonder if there is an element of obsolescence built into the hardware with respect to the OS and its processor hungry nature?
Eotris5 m ago

the series 2 will still be getting the Watch OS 4 upgrade).


Should be currently available (from last night!)
As much as I wouldn't mind an apple watcg, that is absolutely hideous
Not really sure why people are all excited about having a cellular Apple Watch to run with out your iPhone. You’ve been able to do that since the original Apple Watch. After few runs with the phone it learns your pace. I’ve found it pretty damn accurate too. Following to Series 2 and Series 3 (minus cellular) they both have GPS and are even more accurate with phoneless running. Coupled with the phone automatically offloading playlists to the watch for you to listen to whilst running... I still fail to see the use case for most people needing cellular.
For sports tracking, far better to go for a garmin
pengwyn18th Sep

I have a 5c but android is my phone that I carry day to day


Cool story bro

What exactly do you use your 5c for then if your Android phone is what you use on a daily basis? Day 8 of the week is 5c day?
Last deal they had with price £238 for 42mm cold op
_taurus_11 m ago

Last deal they had with price £238 for 42mm cold op



£278 for 42mm!!!!!!
Apple 3 better
Apple Watch 3 Reviews have started to flow in. Mostly unimpressive battery life being the issue and and issue connecting to cellular as opposed to WiFi instead. Glad I waited as I may Just got for the Watch 2 on the basis that I will always have My iPhone with me!
I always wondered how the £10,000 platinum series 1 are fairing nowadays. The only massively expensive watched that tank in value within 6 months. Absolutely no thanks.
Suspended
iPhone X = S6 hahahaha Apple are pathetic
bbfb12314 h, 35 m ago

Cool story broWhat exactly do you use your 5c for then if your Android …Cool story broWhat exactly do you use your 5c for then if your Android phone is what you use on a daily basis? Day 8 of the week is 5c day?


I made a mistake with getting an s4 from cex. I used my s4 active to take photos of bands but it started taking black photos. The iphone 5c has a decent camera. Im slowly moving up the iphone series' however i might jump to an se because they are competitively priced as well im sure you saw the o2 refresh deal at just over a
Marky26419 h, 53 m ago

Apple Watch 3 Reviews have started to flow in. Mostly unimpressive battery …Apple Watch 3 Reviews have started to flow in. Mostly unimpressive battery life being the issue and and issue connecting to cellular as opposed to WiFi instead. Glad I waited as I may Just got for the Watch 2 on the basis that I will always have My iPhone with me!


But then there is also the Watch 3 without cellular which is a lower price than the original series 2 RRP (£329 for watch 3, £369 was the watch 2 RRP price although obviously this Nike deal is fantastic compared to that). So I'm thinking of getting the watch 3 without cellular as its not a bad price, and like you I always have my iphone with me, watch 3 has faster processor and will be compatible with the same wireless charging acessories (Apple AirPower) as the latest iPhones
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