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Apple Watch Series 5 40mm + Power Beats Pro + £125 JL Gift Card + £50 JL Gift Card £618 @ John Lewis & Partners
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Apple Watch Series 5 40mm + Power Beats Pro + £125 JL Gift Card + £50 JL Gift Card £618 @ John Lewis & Partners

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Posted 28th Oct

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

First go here for £50 gift card on a £500 spend at voucher codes
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3317763.jpgYou'll also get £125 gift card if you are a John Lewis member, otherwise its £100.
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Watch specs:
  • Features & details
  • GPS
  • Always-On Retina display
  • 30% larger screen
  • Swimproof
  • ECG app
  • Electrical and optical heart sensors
  • Built-in compass
  • Elevation
  • Emergency SOS
  • Fall Detection


Beats specs:
  • Features & details
  • Totally wireless high-performance earphones
  • Up to 9 hours of listening time (more than 24 hours with charging case)
  • Adjustable, secure-fit ear hooks for lightweight comfort and stability
  • Reinforced design for sweat and water resistance during tough workouts
  • Volume and track controls on each earbud, voice capability and auto-play/pause
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So spend £618 and get £175 in jl vouchers. One of the £50 vouchers is questionable. Guaranteed £125. I’m confused why is it a deal when you get a voucher to spend at JL. It means you not only wanted to buy a watch and the headphones but also something else as the voucher is for jl. Perhaps I’m missing something but I don’t get it.
The only reason this is a deal is you are getting either £125-£150 JL voucher to use a later date.
That's assuming you are already intending to buy both the watch and the headphones anyway?
You paying the RRP for these items upfront.
Edited by: "antmatz" 28th Oct
Not to bash switchy here but what exactly does this watch do that a £25 Huawei Band 5 can't?

Aside from featuring a small logo of an apple on it of course. Surely there is something special about this watch that warrants someone spending so much?
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Damn! What a deal!
That is a fab deal! Can’t justify buying it at the moment but wish I could
speedfire6628/10/2019 07:06

Damn! What a deal!



Annabelle240628/10/2019 07:08

That is a fab deal! Can’t justify buying it at the moment but wish I could …That is a fab deal! Can’t justify buying it at the moment but wish I could


Cheers VM
Great deal, shame it doesn’t include the Nike editions too.
Great deal thanks
This will go super hot i think
That deal us on fire. Great discount too. Shame I have a Samsung phone. Thanks for posting I will tell my husband.
Great deal. But gift card will only be given after BF. Was thinking about using this deal to get some discounts on iPhone as well.
Super hot code stacking!
Plus 2% cashback at topcashback possoble
So spend £618 and get £175 in jl vouchers. One of the £50 vouchers is questionable. Guaranteed £125. I’m confused why is it a deal when you get a voucher to spend at JL. It means you not only wanted to buy a watch and the headphones but also something else as the voucher is for jl. Perhaps I’m missing something but I don’t get it.
The only reason this is a deal is you are getting either £125-£150 JL voucher to use a later date.
That's assuming you are already intending to buy both the watch and the headphones anyway?
You paying the RRP for these items upfront.
Edited by: "antmatz" 28th Oct
Not to bash switchy here but what exactly does this watch do that a £25 Huawei Band 5 can't?

Aside from featuring a small logo of an apple on it of course. Surely there is something special about this watch that warrants someone spending so much?
y_am_I_buying_this28/10/2019 08:38

So spend £618 and get £175 in jl vouchers. One of the £50 vouchers is qu …So spend £618 and get £175 in jl vouchers. One of the £50 vouchers is questionable. Guaranteed £125. I’m confused why is it a deal when you get a voucher to spend at JL. It means you not only wanted to buy a watch and the headphones but also something else as the voucher is for jl. Perhaps I’m missing something but I don’t get it.


I'm using my £125 from the dyson offer @ waitrose so the discount is real as i'd be spending real money there. It suits some, not all. I 100% agree on the £50 being questionable.
That’s an amazing deal!
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bbfb12328/10/2019 08:51

Not to bash switchy here but what exactly does this watch do that a £25 …Not to bash switchy here but what exactly does this watch do that a £25 Huawei Band 5 can't? Aside from featuring a small logo of an apple on it of course. Surely there is something special about this watch that warrants someone spending so much?


I've only got a Series 3 but looking at the Band 5 specs, you're missing GPS (the main reason for me owning a smart watch), NFC, music playback, music streaming.

Basically it looks like the Band 5 is a smartphone companion whereas I can run or cycle without my phone with the Apple watch.
bbfb12328/10/2019 08:51

Not to bash switchy here but what exactly does this watch do that a £25 …Not to bash switchy here but what exactly does this watch do that a £25 Huawei Band 5 can't? Aside from featuring a small logo of an apple on it of course. Surely there is something special about this watch that warrants someone spending so much?


Not the same thing. Huawei Band 5 is a fitness tracker, this is a smartwatch. There are better smart watches out there but comparing it to Huawei Band 5 is not a fair comparison.
bbfb12328/10/2019 08:51

Not to bash switchy here but what exactly does this watch do that a £25 …Not to bash switchy here but what exactly does this watch do that a £25 Huawei Band 5 can't? Aside from featuring a small logo of an apple on it of course. Surely there is something special about this watch that warrants someone spending so much?


There’s a few things, mainly the level of functionality that can be achieved without pulling your phone out. I have a mi band which is great for the money but I still want an Apple Watch for a number of reasons. Firstly there’s that integration I mentioned, it seems less like a passive second screen with a hr sensor attached and more like you can actually interact with the notifications etc. The active gps is a great feature (though you can achieve this much cheaper with an amazfit bip etc). Other standout features include the ecg, fall detection and emergency sos which looks like it has the potential to be life saving. Personally I’d go for the cellular model though as the option of just going for a run and taking only the watch but never missing calls etc would be too enticing.

Downsides in comparison to my £20 smartish watch? Battery life mainly, I get 20+ days from the mi band 3, Apple Watch needs daily charging.
bailey8728/10/2019 09:11

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Don’t need to charge this one, every night either!
Am I allowed to sell the voucher or does it have to be used by the buyer only?
AndrewRoss28/10/2019 09:14

There’s a few things, mainly the level of functionality that can be a …There’s a few things, mainly the level of functionality that can be achieved without pulling your phone out. I have a mi band which is great for the money but I still want an Apple Watch for a number of reasons. Firstly there’s that integration I mentioned, it seems less like a passive second screen with a hr sensor attached and more like you can actually interact with the notifications etc. The active gps is a great feature (though you can achieve this much cheaper with an amazfit bip etc). Other standout features include the ecg, fall detection and emergency sos which looks like it has the potential to be life saving. Personally I’d go for the cellular model though as the option of just going for a run and taking only the watch but never missing calls etc would be too enticing. Downsides in comparison to my £20 smartish watch? Battery life mainly, I get 20+ days from the mi band 3, Apple Watch needs daily charging.


I must be the only person who goes out for a run to avoid taking calls and having to speak to people

You're right though, having the cellular takes it into a whole different category of device. Strava Beacon would be pretty useful.
RatedREra28/10/2019 09:34

Am I allowed to sell the voucher or does it have to be used by the buyer …Am I allowed to sell the voucher or does it have to be used by the buyer only?



If anyone goes for this I might be interested in the vouchers. Got my eye on a coffee machine at JL.

Presuming of course the vouchers can be transferred.
edanfalls28/10/2019 09:57

I must be the only person who goes out for a run to avoid taking calls and …I must be the only person who goes out for a run to avoid taking calls and having to speak to people :DYou're right though, having the cellular takes it into a whole different category of device. Strava Beacon would be pretty useful.


Oh no I totally get you there I think mine would have it turned off most days, just if you’re waiting on an important call or something the option is nice
dré.28/10/2019 08:55

I'm using my £125 from the dyson offer @ waitrose so the discount is real …I'm using my £125 from the dyson offer @ waitrose so the discount is real as i'd be spending real money there. It suits some, not all. I 100% agree on the £50 being questionable.


I get if ur planning on buying all this stuff and something else but all this heat for something 98% won’t be doing is stupid and dumb and proves how hukd can be so inaccurate on a deal or not
dchurchy28/10/2019 09:57

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I clicked the link and manged to find out that the vouchers won't be claimable until 1st Decmeber to 31st January.
Edited by: "steveieboy1" 28th Oct
dchurchy28/10/2019 09:57

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and this is why we can't have nice things.

If everyone did this they would stop offering this sort of promotion. Please don't be the idiot who tries this, either purchase because you need it, or move on, don't try to scam and defraud companies.
dchurchy28/10/2019 09:57

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There will be a catch. The voucher will show on your receipt and possibly deducted from your refund balance if you return the item. I hope so anyway as this is fraud..
jon81uk28/10/2019 10:07

and this is why we can't have nice things.If everyone did this they would …and this is why we can't have nice things.If everyone did this they would stop offering this sort of promotion. Please don't be the idiot who tries this, either purchase because you need it, or move on, don't try to scam and defraud companies.


@dchurchy is trying to take our JL Christmas ads away from us
allanamia28/10/2019 10:26

There will be a catch. The voucher will show on your receipt and possibly …There will be a catch. The voucher will show on your receipt and possibly deducted from your refund balance if you return the item. I hope so anyway as this is fraud..


It's not fraud what so ever. It's using a grey area. Just like the student discount NUS card thing. But anyway. It was just a question.
dchurchy28/10/2019 10:36

It's not fraud what so ever. It's using a grey area. Just like the student …It's not fraud what so ever. It's using a grey area. Just like the student discount NUS card thing. But anyway. It was just a question.


It’s pre meditated fraud.. with intent to deceive the Company. 🥴
kwl14728/10/2019 09:15

Don’t need to charge this one, every night either!


You don't need to charge a Nokia 3310 every night either, but I know which I'd rather have between that and an iPhone 11
dchurchy28/10/2019 10:36

It's not fraud what so ever. It's using a grey area. Just like the student …It's not fraud what so ever. It's using a grey area. Just like the student discount NUS card thing. But anyway. It was just a question.



Not really a grey area, you buy a product over the threshold and get a voucher. If you are deliberately not intending then you are not purchasing with good indent, you are planning to gain via fraud.

The NUS thing is quite black and white, given them £12 and get a card. If you are eligible to get a card then you are entitled to one. How you get the eligibility (ie paying for a course etc) is clear too. Its gaining something via a convoluted means, but not fraud.
y_am_I_buying_this28/10/2019 10:05

I get if ur planning on buying all this stuff and something else but all …I get if ur planning on buying all this stuff and something else but all this heat for something 98% won’t be doing is stupid and dumb and proves how hukd can be so inaccurate on a deal or not



The RRP of the watch is £399. Presuming the vouchers come through and you have something to spend them on at JL, cost would be £443 for headphones and watch. Not sure how much you can shift the headphones for, say £120 then that brings the watch down to £323.

Decent discount against RRP for the watch. Although there have been recent deals ~£350, compared to which it looks like a lot of hassle. But who knows when those will come back around.
Edited by: "Mentos" 28th Oct
MrSwitch you the man.
Man, these Smart Watches are getting ridiculously expensive!
Damn so many combos...

Nice one OP
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