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Garmin Forerunner 645 GPS Running Watch with Pay Contactless Payments £187.88 at Amazon US
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Garmin Forerunner 645 GPS Running Watch with Pay Contactless Payments £187.88 at Amazon US

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Posted 29th Nov 2019Shipping from United States

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Shipped from USA via Amazon.co.uk. All import duties included.
Any reason why this watch may not work in the UK?
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argos.co.uk/pro…936
£199.99 at Argos for the music version
Good price but appears to be sold by Amazon US so a few t&cs to be aware of. I have not purchased anything from amazon outside of the UK so not sure if this is a big issue or not. Read the section about warranties in particular. I got my FR645 from. Argos for £199. Very pleased with it so far. Was going to go for a Fenix but I like the smaller form factor in hindsight.
Edited by: "just23" 29th Nov 2019
Guessing the big thing that won't work is the contactless payment, to be fair there are very few banks that work with Garmin pay in the UK anyway.
OK, but would rather pay the extra £13 for music and from a UK retailer
@Robatki94 thanks for that, ordered and collecting tomorrow
riddoch29/11/2019 14:21

Guessing the big thing that won't work is the contactless payment, to be …Guessing the big thing that won't work is the contactless payment, to be fair there are very few banks that work with Garmin pay in the UK anyway.


How come they wouldn’t work?
Edited by: "mondayrunner" 30th Nov 2019
mondayrunner30/11/2019 20:43

How come they wouldn’t work?


Most things are self contained on the watch so region should be immaterial, as Garmin pay is something that would need to be tied to a region as Bank payments are fairly controlled and regulated so each bank would need to test. As it’s pretty limited bank wise (Santander and one or two others) and I suspect that it wouldn’t be a problem for most people anyway.
pr2thej29/11/2019 14:52

OK, but would rather pay the extra £13 for music and from a UK retailer


Just got mine. Seems OK, a little different to the amazfit bip
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