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Apple Watch Series 5 GPS - 40mm Space Gray Aluminum Case with Black Sport Band
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Apple Watch Series 5 GPS - 40mm Space Gray Aluminum Case with Black Sport Band

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Posted 5th Nov

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Stay connected, healthy, and safe with the Apple Watch Series 5. You interface with all of the Series 5’s features and the watchOS through its 40mm curved watch face with an always-on Retina display. With an always-on screen in low-brightness, you can quickly glace at the watch face for the time, workout stats, and more. If you lift your wrist, the screen will automatically come back to full brightness. The case also features a digital crown with haptic feedback, and a heart rate monitor that’s capable of recording your own ECG.

The heart rate monitor is joined by fall detection and SOS emergency functions to help keep you safe while you’re out for a run or at home doing chores. These features can detect elevated heart rates, which can clue you into possible health issues, as well as detecting if you’ve taken a hard fall. If you do, the Apple Watch gives you the opportunity to contact emergency services and emergency contacts for help.

Staying healthy is at the core of the Apple Watch Series 5. The Activity Rings feature provides you with three rings that correspond to movement, exercise, and standing. They motivate you to keep mobile throughout the day and close your rings to achieve personal goals. The Apple Watch also tracks your workouts. It can automatically detect that you’ve started to exercise, prompting you to activate the Workout app for stat tracking, measuring calories burned, and much more.

The Apple Watch Series 5 keeps you in touch with the world around you. Utilizing both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth wireless technologies, the Apple Watch becomes an extension of your iPhone. View and respond to text messages, get notifications, navigate via GPS, interact with Siri, make and take hands-free calls, and more. Even with an always-on display, the Series 5 smartwatch is made to deliver up to 18 hours of battery life, and is water-resistant up to 164’, so you can wear it all day in any kind of weather.
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Looks like eGlobal pays good commission to HUKD to allow them eGlobal goods to be advertised....
Unreliable company, all goods - grey imports, no support from CS at all. Buying from them is the same as playing Russian roulette - so be careful with decisions as saving couple of £££ can bring lots of hassle if things goes wrong.
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Looks like eGlobal pays good commission to HUKD to allow them eGlobal goods to be advertised....
Unreliable company, all goods - grey imports, no support from CS at all. Buying from them is the same as playing Russian roulette - so be careful with decisions as saving couple of £££ can bring lots of hassle if things goes wrong.
Rimi05/11/2019 08:03

Looks like eGlobal pays good commission to HUKD to allow them eGlobal …Looks like eGlobal pays good commission to HUKD to allow them eGlobal goods to be advertised....Unreliable company, all goods - grey imports, no support from CS at all. Buying from them is the same as playing Russian roulette - so be careful with decisions as saving couple of £££ can bring lots of hassle if things goes wrong.


Totally agree! Received broken headphones from them and they refused to refund me. It’s about time for this store to be banned.
Felipe.Lopes05/11/2019 08:11

Totally agree! Received broken headphones from them and they refused to …Totally agree! Received broken headphones from them and they refused to refund me. It’s about time for this store to be banned.



I've asked hukd to allow us to blacklist retailers ourselves. Perhaps if we all ask it'll happen (sooner).
Edited by: "alex16" 5th Nov
Rimi05/11/2019 08:03

Looks like eGlobal pays good commission to HUKD to allow them eGlobal …Looks like eGlobal pays good commission to HUKD to allow them eGlobal goods to be advertised....Unreliable company, all goods - grey imports, no support from CS at all. Buying from them is the same as playing Russian roulette - so be careful with decisions as saving couple of £££ can bring lots of hassle if things goes wrong.


I wish I got some of that money, I’m certainly not getting the heat

I guess I’ll stop posting deals from these guys.
alex1605/11/2019 08:53

I've asked hukd to allow us to blacklist retailers ourselves. Perhaps if …I've asked hukd to allow us to blacklist retailers ourselves. Perhaps if we all ask it'll happen (sooner).


That's a GREAT idea.
Ive ordered from them quite a few times with zero problems so huh - just pay with PayPal it a credit card
Edited by: "mango.carrot" 5th Nov
mango.carrot05/11/2019 09:09

Ive ordered from them quite a few times with zero problems so huh - just …Ive ordered from them quite a few times with zero problems so huh - just pay with PayPal it a credit card


I did that! And they refused on PayPal. PayPal don’t give a s... Now it will be a dispute.
conradj105/11/2019 08:54

I wish I got some of that money, I’m certainly not getting the heat I …I wish I got some of that money, I’m certainly not getting the heat I guess I’ll stop posting deals from these guys.


Dont do that - loads of us have had good deals from eGlobal It might be an idea to add the heaqth warning as per MrSwitch though....as eGlobal is fine so long as you know what you are dealing with - i.e a HK company, that guarantees no customs, may take a while to deliver and no customer service that compares to a UK outfit - if the saving outweighs that then we should know about the option - just like the sellers on Ali Express, Gearbest etc
*the cold vote is due to it being eGlobal. Hope this satisfies
mango.carrot05/11/2019 09:09

Ive ordered from them quite a few times with zero problems so huh - just …Ive ordered from them quite a few times with zero problems so huh - just pay with PayPal it a credit card



So what? How does the help people who have had, or want to avoid problems? I look forward to reading you post "I ordered a new iPhone at £200 off, it arrived broken but they're not responding to emails" and someone else chipping in with "you must be unlucky, I've had zero problems".
alex1605/11/2019 10:23

So what? How does the help people who have had, or want to avoid problems? …So what? How does the help people who have had, or want to avoid problems? I look forward to reading you post "I ordered a new iPhone at £200 off, it arrived broken but they're not responding to emails" and someone else chipping in with "you must be unlucky, I've had zero problems".


Exactly! It's not a single case of happy path that will make the company a good option. And more, they keep saying John Lewis has worse reviews on Trustpilot than eGlobal. Is this even a good argument? Both are bad there but the first one has physical stores all over the country, sells stuff with 2 good years of warranty and doesn't charge for returns!
Edited by: "Felipe.Lopes" 5th Nov
alex1605/11/2019 10:23

So what? How does the help people who have had, or want to avoid problems? …So what? How does the help people who have had, or want to avoid problems? I look forward to reading you post "I ordered a new iPhone at £200 off, it arrived broken but they're not responding to emails" and someone else chipping in with "you must be unlucky, I've had zero problems".



It helps because they’ll hopefully pay with a credit card or PayPal, then if they do have a problem they aren’t relying on the retailer - is it that difficult to understand? But I’m also balancing the argument, so those who are tempted can buy knowing that it’s not always a terrible experience

But if you don’t want to risk it, walk to a store and pay the full U.K rrp
Edited by: "mango.carrot" 5th Nov
mango.carrot05/11/2019 10:27

It helps because they’ll hopefully pay with a credit card or PayPal, then i …It helps because they’ll hopefully pay with a credit card or PayPal, then if they do have a problem they aren’t relying on the retailer - is it that difficult to understand? But I’m also balancing the argument, so those who are tempted can buy knowing that it’s not always a terrible experienceBut if you don’t want to risk it, walk to a store and pay the full U.K rrp


Paypal is just a proxy to the store, they will do nothing if you have issues, it will be a dispute and a store probably is better than you proving you're wrong and they have everything written to destroy you in any case...

eGlobal is like having sex without a condon, maybe you can be lucky...
Edited by: "Felipe.Lopes" 5th Nov
mango.carrot05/11/2019 10:27

It helps because they’ll hopefully pay with a credit card or PayPal, then i …It helps because they’ll hopefully pay with a credit card or PayPal, then if they do have a problem they aren’t relying on the retailer - is it that difficult to understand? But I’m also balancing the argument, so those who are tempted can buy knowing that it’s not always a terrible experienceBut if you don’t want to risk it, walk to a store and pay the full U.K rrp



If your phone stops working after the chargeback window closes I'm finding it difficult to understand how I'd get the free fix/replacement a UK retailer or Amazon would be legally obliged to provide.
alex1605/11/2019 10:55

If your phone stops working after the chargeback window closes I'm finding …If your phone stops working after the chargeback window closes I'm finding it difficult to understand how I'd get the free fix/replacement a UK retailer or Amazon would be legally obliged to provide.


I’d just take it back to the Apple store, Alex. It’s not difficult mate

It’s really this simple, if you want peace of mind then go pay full price at a U.K. store. If you want to save a decent amount, buy from places like eBay or eGlobal knowing that you won’t have the same rights - but use PayPal or a CC to give yourself the best chance

I’m sorry you’ve been butthurt but that’s not my experience and therefore I’m happy to use and recommend this place. Give it a rest now
mango.carrot05/11/2019 12:54

I’d just take it back to the Apple store, Alex. It’s not difficult mat …I’d just take it back to the Apple store, Alex. It’s not difficult mateIt’s really this simple, if you want peace of mind then go pay full price at a U.K. store. If you want to save a decent amount, buy from places like eBay or eGlobal knowing that you won’t have the same rights - but use PayPal or a CC to give yourself the best chanceI’m sorry you’ve been butthurt but that’s not my experience and therefore I’m happy to use and recommend this place. Give it a rest now



Sounds a bit risky to spend hundreds of pounds on a product but to then have to rely on PayPal of all companies to step in and try and help if it turns out to not be of merchantable quality.
Edited by: "alex16" 5th Nov
alex1605/11/2019 13:09

Sounds a bit risky to spend hundreds of pounds on a product but to then …Sounds a bit risky to spend hundreds of pounds on a product but to then have to rely on PayPal of all companies to step in and try and help if it turns out to not be of merchantable quality.


This is HUKD people will risk setting themselves on fire to save 20 pence.
alex1605/11/2019 13:09

Sounds a bit risky to spend hundreds of pounds on a product but to then …Sounds a bit risky to spend hundreds of pounds on a product but to then have to rely on PayPal of all companies to step in and try and help if it turns out to not be of merchantable quality.


Take it back to Apple?
conradj105/11/2019 18:00

Take it back to Apple?



Doesn't sound as simple as that:

apple.stackexchange.com/que…0/iis-apples-warranty-international

And that's for Apple - there are eglobal "deals" here for products from other companies with more restrictive returns policies.
alex1605/11/2019 18:16

Doesn't sound as simple as …Doesn't sound as simple as that:https://apple.stackexchange.com/questions/30/iis-apples-warranty-internationalAnd that's for Apple - there are eglobal "deals" here for products from other companies with more restrictive returns policies.



I wouldn't post eglobal stuff for other brands - mostly because it's easier to find deals on LG/Samsung/Sony etc elsewhere. If you want a deal on Apple stuff, they're harder to find, especially with this much discount, this soon after the product release date.

But whatever. I'd rather find & post deals than talk about them.
alex1605/11/2019 08:53

I've asked hukd to allow us to blacklist retailers ourselves. Perhaps if …I've asked hukd to allow us to blacklist retailers ourselves. Perhaps if we all ask it'll happen (sooner).


Won’t happen as long as peppers pockets keep being lined.
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