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Fossil Sport Smartwatch 43mm Blue Silicone £89 with Free Delivery from Fossil
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Fossil Sport Smartwatch 43mm Blue Silicone £89 with Free Delivery from Fossil

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Fossil Sport Smartwatch 43mm Blue Silicone £89 with Free Delivery.

Smartwatches powered with Wear OS by Google are compatible with iPhone® and Android™ phones. Wear OS by Google and other related marks are trademarks of Google LLC. Touchscreen smartwatches powered with Wear OS by Google require a phone running Android OS 6.0+ (excluding Go edition) or iOS 10+. Supported features may vary between platforms.


To avoid damage to your watch, only use with included charger. Do not use a USB hub, USB splitter, USB y-cable, battery pack or other peripheral device to charge.


Product should be kept more than 20 cm away from implanted medical devices to minimise potential for RF interference. See product insert for full details.

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Weren't these about £65 on Fossil.com last week or the week before?
Any good with Spotify ?
It literally has been this price since January. See all the previous deals.

there might have even been some reductions.
Not much of a deal. Been this price for ages and more recently as mentioned it was around 60 quid delivered. Also, only useful if you actually use it for sport. As a smartwatch its battery life isn't great with all the features on. Pretty good for running though
Yeah, I only wear mine for sport. I tried using it regularly when I first got it but it's pointless you won't even get a day out of it.
As its still on sale I thought I'd post despite the age of the deal - I bought one, took three weeks for delivery and its really not a very good watch so sending it back today. The HRM appears to poll every 20min unless its in sport mode (which appears to kill the battery) so its fairly pointless as a fitness device if you do anything mid-long distance over multiple hours, some listed features aren't native (requiring third party apps on your phone) and as a smartwatch it suffers random slowdown/lag on screen transitions so you may as well just get your phone out for things like NFC.

Battery life is as good/bad as expected, I can get 36hrs out of it by turning wake on movement off and basically not using it beyond a few button presses a day, which defeats the point of having a watch on.
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