Huawei Watch 2 Sport Smartwatch - Black £149.99 Amazon
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Huawei Watch 2 Sport Smartwatch - Black £149.99 Amazon

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Found 16th Jul
For student members Student15 will bring the price downto you £134.99

Sports optimized tailored training plans, reports, and suggestions with multiple exercises featured. With GPS and continuous heart rate monitor to help track your fitness. Battery 420 mAh*, 410 mAh* (minimum value)
  • Compatible with Android Wear 2.0 and iOS. See important details at a glance including incoming calls, SMS messages, emails, calendar events, and notifications from social networking apps.
  • Pay with your watch – NFC support enables Android Pay for quick and easy payments.
  • The Huawei Watch 2 is compatible with standard 20mm straps so you can swap them easily, choose from over 40 watch faces at your fingertips to suit your style.
  • Wear your Huawei Watch 2 anywhere, with IP68 water and dust protection, the Huawei Watch 2 is designed to conquer the elements,Supported Mobile OS: Android 4.4+, OS 9.0+
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"For student members Student15 will bring the price downto you £134.99"

I did exactly that! Also, used the £10 promotional balance when buying a £80+ gift card which I'll use in the future.
Is this is as good as samsung gear 3?
Remember, It's possible to do some bargain combo:
1) top up first time your amazon account by cash in store (minimum £40) and you've got £10 free
2) top up your amazon account online (£80 or more gift card -> free £10, or not for everyone £25 gift card -> £5 free)
3) use code STUDENT15 and you've got another £15 off
£149.99 which is great price for that smartwatch -10-10(or 5)-15 = £114.99 is possible!
Edited by: "4damOS" 16th Jul
4damOS38 m ago

Remember, It's possible to do some bargain combo:1) top up first time your …Remember, It's possible to do some bargain combo:1) top up first time your amazon account by cash in store (minimum £40) and you've got £10 free2) top up your amazon account online (£80 or more gift card -> free £10, or not for everyone £25 gift card -> £5 free)3) use code STUDENT15 and you've got another £15 off£149.99 which is great price for that smartwatch -10-10(or 5)-15 = £114.99 is possible!


I got for this price using £20 got from vouchercodes
I have this watch the 4g version and think it is a great watch and at this price A steel. TIMES TICKING ON THIS DEAL
Anyone used this with Strava?? Accurate?
Umar_Khan9 h, 58 m ago

Anyone used this with Strava?? Accurate?


Exactly what I was wondering I'm thinking this or a Garmin forerunner and give up the smart functions, to the point I'm not going to get either. Sorry doesn't help much
Thanks for the codes. Was just about to buy yesterday night, but glad i held off.
Still not sure if better to go with the classic over the sport.
Trying to work out what the extra £57 is for, if it is just the metal round the face.
Umar_Khan12 h, 10 m ago

Anyone used this with Strava?? Accurate?


I don't use Strava, but Runtastic. It's very accurate, GPS produces exact maps and the stats seem accurate.
shortguy4u1 h, 43 m ago

Thanks for the codes. Was just about to buy yesterday night, but glad i …Thanks for the codes. Was just about to buy yesterday night, but glad i held off.Still not sure if better to go with the classic over the sport.Trying to work out what the extra £57 is for, if it is just the metal round the face.


34390495-ykQkx.jpgWill this help you to decide
sdog1 h, 47 m ago

I don't use Strava, but Runtastic. It's very accurate, GPS produces exact …I don't use Strava, but Runtastic. It's very accurate, GPS produces exact maps and the stats seem accurate.


Thanks for the reply! I ordered mine yesterday. Really tired of running with a huge Samsung strapped to my arm. Lol. Hopefully this sorts that out. From what I have read online you can download the standalone app from the Android wear market? Runtastic and Strava are similar so I'm expecting big things..
Bestdealsever8758 m ago

[Image] Will this help you to decide


Thanks, but both the classic and the sport are the same, ie the watch 2 in the picture, so the same functions.

I have gone for the classic version in the end; drawn to the look of it, with the plan to change bands when i go for a run or the gym.

Was looking at the gunmetal garmin vivoactive 3 beforehand any way, so the classic is similar with hopefully more functionality.
Also very tempted by the W2 classic. I've never seen it this cheap (£207)
shortguy4u2 h, 23 m ago

Thanks, but both the classic and the sport are the same, ie the watch 2 in …Thanks, but both the classic and the sport are the same, ie the watch 2 in the picture, so the same functions.I have gone for the classic version in the end; drawn to the look of it, with the plan to change bands when i go for a run or the gym.Was looking at the gunmetal garmin vivoactive 3 beforehand any way, so the classic is similar with hopefully more functionality.


Can I sideload apps such as couch to 4k and use the watch without my phone?
neil.solender7 h, 32 m ago

Exactly what I was wondering I'm thinking this or a Garmin forerunner and …Exactly what I was wondering I'm thinking this or a Garmin forerunner and give up the smart functions, to the point I'm not going to get either. Sorry doesn't help much


Got mine today. Just got home a bit ago. I have downloaded Strava on the watch and connected it to my account. That was a breeze. Watch itself looks really nice. Slick. Slightly laggy but if the Strava tracking is good I don't mind. Going to go for a run in about an hour. Will come back and let you know how it performs!
Umar_Khan13 m ago

Got mine today. Just got home a bit ago. I have downloaded Strava on the …Got mine today. Just got home a bit ago. I have downloaded Strava on the watch and connected it to my account. That was a breeze. Watch itself looks really nice. Slick. Slightly laggy but if the Strava tracking is good I don't mind. Going to go for a run in about an hour. Will come back and let you know how it performs!


HAve you updated it?worrying that it's still lagging
smudge_143 h, 19 m ago

Can I sideload apps such as couch to 4k and use the watch without my phone?


Apps are from Google play store so if there is a compatible wear app, I don't see why not.
Umar_Khan2 h, 25 m ago

Got mine today. Just got home a bit ago. I have downloaded Strava on the …Got mine today. Just got home a bit ago. I have downloaded Strava on the watch and connected it to my account. That was a breeze. Watch itself looks really nice. Slick. Slightly laggy but if the Strava tracking is good I don't mind. Going to go for a run in about an hour. Will come back and let you know how it performs!


That would be useful thanks. I went for the classic one in the end, but assuming the software experience would be the same on both.

Interested on how accurate the HR and GPS tracking is on a run.
shortguy4u4 h, 12 m ago

That would be useful thanks. I went for the classic one in the end, but … That would be useful thanks. I went for the classic one in the end, but assuming the software experience would be the same on both.Interested on how accurate the HR and GPS tracking is on a run.


So, completed my run today with this watch. I would give it a 9/10. I started the app and got a GPS lock within about 20secs. During my 4 mile run it gave me good information. It displayed current overall time, pace, HR and lap time. I did the exact same route yesterday using my phone and Strava. Yesterday my phone displayed 4.2miles and today using the watch it told me I did exactly 4.0miles. I put this down to me fumbling slightly with the options at the start line. I reckon it should have displayed 4.1miles so it was off by .1 of a mile. This doesn't bother me a huge amount. Hopefully upcoming updated will fix this. HR looked to be spot on during the run. After the run I compared my HR using the watch against the old school fingers on wrist. It was out by around 5BPM. Not a huge amount! From giving it a full charge before the run, using the GPS and Bluetooth during the run and then keeping the "always on" mode until now, the battery has decreased about 35% during 6 hours of solid use. Overall, I think this is a very solid watch for someone using it day to day and for running, cycling, Runtastic, Strava etc... Hope this was informative!
Umar_Khan17 h, 2 m ago

Got mine today. Just got home a bit ago. I have downloaded Strava on the …Got mine today. Just got home a bit ago. I have downloaded Strava on the watch and connected it to my account. That was a breeze. Watch itself looks really nice. Slick. Slightly laggy but if the Strava tracking is good I don't mind. Going to go for a run in about an hour. Will come back and let you know how it performs!


Cheers I would be interested, just don't want to mess about with glitches. So would really like feedback, I kind of wanted to know how it performs on a bike too. Cheers Neil
Umar_Khan22 h, 36 m ago

So, completed my run today with this watch. I would give it a 9/10. I …So, completed my run today with this watch. I would give it a 9/10. I started the app and got a GPS lock within about 20secs. During my 4 mile run it gave me good information. It displayed current overall time, pace, HR and lap time. I did the exact same route yesterday using my phone and Strava. Yesterday my phone displayed 4.2miles and today using the watch it told me I did exactly 4.0miles. I put this down to me fumbling slightly with the options at the start line. I reckon it should have displayed 4.1miles so it was off by .1 of a mile. This doesn't bother me a huge amount. Hopefully upcoming updated will fix this. HR looked to be spot on during the run. After the run I compared my HR using the watch against the old school fingers on wrist. It was out by around 5BPM. Not a huge amount! From giving it a full charge before the run, using the GPS and Bluetooth during the run and then keeping the "always on" mode until now, the battery has decreased about 35% during 6 hours of solid use. Overall, I think this is a very solid watch for someone using it day to day and for running, cycling, Runtastic, Strava etc... Hope this was informative!


I can never understand why smartphone/watch manufacturers can't get distance more accurate, given they must lock on to a GPS signal or they wouldn't work at all. Unless you have calibrated your phone it will be impossible to know what the true distance was, if your phone is also under reading by 5% you could be 10% out or alternatively overreading it could be spot on!
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