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IRadish Y6 Bluetooth Smart Watch-Phone with Micro SIM and Micro SD Support. £16.03 delivered from Gearbest
IRadish Y6 Bluetooth Smart Watch-Phone with Micro SIM and Micro SD Support.  £16.03 delivered from Gearbest

IRadish Y6 Bluetooth Smart Watch-Phone with Micro SIM and Micro SD Support. £16.03 delivered from Gearbest

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Iradish Y6 Bluetooth Watch Phone. The Iradish Y6 is a fully functioning, standalone watch phone that will let you make and take calls direct from your wrist. So if you want to travel light and leave your smart watch behind you can still rest assured that family and friends will only be a phone call away.

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Original Poster

Hands-on video here. The phone part of the watch is also unlocked and it does indeed have a built-in camera on top. All for just over £16 quid !

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Edited by: "HankHandsome" 25th Jan

Has some good reviews - Is obtaining a second sim card simply just a case of calling your provider?

Ah, iRadish. That globally respected brand.

BigOrkWaaagh

Ah, iRadish. That globally respected brand.



It looks quite familiar too, I'm sure I have seen a similar design used elsewhere - hope iRadish have it fully patented to protect themselves.

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Flodd

Has some good reviews - Is obtaining a second sim card simply just a case … Has some good reviews - Is obtaining a second sim card simply just a case of calling your provider?



Yeah, you can just ring up most of them.

If you want to go cheaper still, how about this for £11.22 ?

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I was going to post that, but someone posted it 3 months ago here ..

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Flodd

Has some good reviews - Is obtaining a second sim card simply just a case … Has some good reviews - Is obtaining a second sim card simply just a case of calling your provider?



You can't have two sims on one number if that's what you mean

Whenever I'm searching for the watch I need I find watches like this that aren't what I'm after.

All I want is a basic smartwatch that allows me to control the playback on my iPhone, where would I get on of those?

About time (no pun intended!!) that Apple or other leading brands opted for watches with sim cards in them. Samsung Gear s 1st edition did then they dropped it on 2nd and 3rd!

t4v

Whenever I'm searching for the watch I need I find watches like this that … Whenever I'm searching for the watch I need I find watches like this that aren't what I'm after.All I want is a basic smartwatch that allows me to control the playback on my iPhone, where would I get on of those?



Me too I need one of those

I saw iRadish, and somehow my mind slammed I, Robot with the pokemon Oddish.... It was weird for me....

Does it have a little radish logo, with a bite out of it, on the back?

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t4v

Whenever I'm searching for the watch I need I find watches like this that … Whenever I'm searching for the watch I need I find watches like this that aren't what I'm after.All I want is a basic smartwatch that allows me to control the playback on my iPhone, where would I get on of those?



You could get a Pebble watch which will do the trick perfectly if you're willing to take a chance on what happens beyond the end of this year.

The average second hand price of a pebble time with a colour screen is £50 quid.

Shocked this is going Cold.

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finnmaccool

Shocked this is going Cold.



I'm not really

It's a cheap and cheerful starter smartwatch so people are basically going to automatically think it's a piece of crap, even though it'll likely do a perfectly respectable job

HankHandsome

I'm not really :)It's a cheap and cheerful starter smartwatch so people … I'm not really :)It's a cheap and cheerful starter smartwatch so people are basically going to automatically think it's a piece of crap, even though it'll likely do a perfectly respectable job



The problem is that the majority of smartwatches are overpriced, giving them a higher "perceived value" despite the battery life being a joke and the functionality being only marginally better than this unit. So when one comes along with a negligible pricetag by comparison, it's automatically assumed to be useless.

I see little to no point in owning a smartwatch at this stage in their development, to be honest.

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morocco1

The problem is that the majority of smartwatches are overpriced, giving … The problem is that the majority of smartwatches are overpriced, giving them a higher "perceived value" despite the battery life being a joke and the functionality being only marginally better than this unit. So when one comes along with a negligible pricetag by comparison, it's automatically assumed to be useless.I see little to no point in owning a smartwatch at this stage in their development, to be honest.



I actually have a pebble time which has a battery life of a week and it does a great job for me. i don't necessarily use apps on it, but as a notification device and also as a device to control music playback on my phone, it's fantastic.

it's just a shame that they got taken over by fitbit so the future is rather uncertain

HankHandsome

I actually have a pebble time which has a battery life of a week and it … I actually have a pebble time which has a battery life of a week and it does a great job for me. i don't necessarily use apps on it, but as a notification device and also as a device to control music playback on my phone, it's fantastic.it's just a shame that they got taken over by fitbit so the future is rather uncertain



I just think that smartwatches in general need to do more to justify their existence. The two functions you mention are, aside from the obvious "telling the time" are the core functions and selling points of the majority of watches on the market, with little to differentiate them. Useful, yes. Revolutionary? Nah. The Apple watch has probably got the best feature set out there, but its battery life and price tag are laughable.

I actually think Fitbit have the strongest gameplan and their acquisitions of Vector and Pebble in order to add smartwatch dev knowledge to their already-strong fitness lineup is going to be good for the consumer, it will make the rest of the industry step their game up.

ive had this model for over 12 months , works very well as both stand alone with sim card inside or Bluetooth as well for connection to smart phone,i have a 16gb sd card plugged in and can also connect my Bluetooth earphones and play mp3 direct from my phone,also as calculator calendar pedometer alarm camera sound recorder world time clock , I use the smartwear app on my android phone and Bluetooth connect to my iradish smart watch and I can pick which notifications I want to see on my smart watch , as a micro usb to charge and I chare 30 mins a day. Hope this helps , looks like a apple smartwatch does more than a apple smart watch and cost £285 cheaper , AND YOUR VOTING COLD .....
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