Sony Ericsson LiveView Bluetooth Watch £29.99 @Play.com
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Sony Ericsson LiveView Bluetooth Watch £29.99 @Play.com

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Found 14th Oct 2011
Sony Live View Bluetooth Device

Worth a go now £40 under its RRP!

"Take control of your phone without ever taking it out. The LiveView is wearable and wireless, you can also customise it with applications.

Always connected with the window into your world!
Take a peek into the window of your world with the wireless Sony Ericsson LiveView. The Sony Ericsson LiveView uses Bluetooth connectivity to wirelessly pair up to a compatible handset. The Sony Ericsson LiveView will allow you to read SMS and MMS messages, manage incoming calls see who is calling and keep up to date with the latest news on Facebook and Twitter.

Make it yours!
The first Sony Ericsson accessory to be compatible with the open Android platform, the Sony Ericsson LiveView gives developers an open platform to be creative and develop the next must-have application! This means endless possibilities for consumers and lots of exciting applications to choose from.

How do you wear yours?
Be unique with Sony Ericsson LiveView! Designed with individuality in mind the Sony Ericsson LiveView can be clipped anywhere you want - a pocket, shirt collar, or a bag
strap - whatever you want and whenever you want it. It can even be connected to a watch strap so that you can check calls and messages as often as the time!

Control your music!
Pocket your phone and control your music wherever you are! Enjoy your favourite tunes in all situations - even when you cant reach your phone!

Whats in the box:
LiveView
Clip
Wristband
Micro USB Charger
User Guide"


Possible 4% Quidco
- arvind169821

67 Comments

Banned

pointless?

This is the most innovative product in the world.

Sony have done it again. HOT HOT HOT!

Hot and innovative for me

Most hypocritical comment of the day goes too...

YouDontWantToKnow

pointless?



Looks decent, if you could get changeable clock faces on it too, would be alrite.

Not rating this either way as I have no idea whether or not it's a good price, but I'm really struggling to see what the point of this thing is...

It is decent. Shame it doesn't have a 3.5mm jack though.

Nealio

Not rating this either way as I have no idea whether or not it's a good … Not rating this either way as I have no idea whether or not it's a good price, but I'm really struggling to see what the point of this thing is...


Take control of your phone without ever taking it out. The LiveView is wearable and wireless, you can also customise it with applications.

Always connected with the window into your world!
Take a peek into the window of your world with the wireless Sony Ericsson LiveView. The Sony Ericsson LiveView uses Bluetooth connectivity to wirelessly pair up to a compatible handset. The Sony Ericsson LiveView will allow you to read SMS and MMS messages, manage incoming calls see who is calling and keep up to date with the latest news on Facebook and Twitter.

Make it yours!
The first Sony Ericsson accessory to be compatible with the open Android platform, the Sony Ericsson LiveView gives developers an open platform to be creative and develop the next must-have application! This means endless possibilities for consumers and lots of exciting applications to choose from.

How do you wear yours?
Be unique with Sony Ericsson LiveView! Designed with individuality in mind the Sony Ericsson LiveView can be clipped anywhere you want - a pocket, shirt collar, or a bag
strap - whatever you want and whenever you want it. It can even be connected to a watch strap so that you can check calls and messages as often as the time!

Control your music!
Pocket your phone and control your music wherever you are! Enjoy your favourite tunes in all situations - even when you cant reach your phone!

Whats in the box:
LiveView
Clip
Wristband
Micro USB Charger
User Guide

Ok for people too lazy to take their phone out of their pocket or for someone who wants to look like a div in public (no disrespect to lazy people divs intended).

Edited by: "Predikuesi" 14th Oct 2011

Predikuesi

Ok for people too lazy too take their phone out of their pocket or for … Ok for people too lazy too take their phone out of their pocket or for someone who wants to look like a div in public (no disrespect to lazy people divs intended).


Or for people who are much fitter than you and would like this device to check up on their key stats (distance run, speed, location, etc) whilst working out, simply by looking at their wrist.

This will change how we think of our phones.

revzman

Or for people who are much fitter than you and would like this device to … Or for people who are much fitter than you and would like this device to check up on their key stats (distance run, speed, location, etc) whilst working out, simply by looking at their wrist.This will change how we think of our phones.




I bought a Garmin SatNav watch for my running

Predikuesi

I bought a Garmin SatNav watch for my running


And how much was that?

revzman

And how much was that?




I think you missed the point of my comment.

Theres been ALOT of connection issues with this thing.

Also the lack of updates worries me
Edited by: "Andymac007" 14th Oct 2011

Why is this "t1ts on a fish" product getting heat.

1. Phone rings
2. Take phone from pocket and answer
3. End call put phone back in pocket.
And all this for free. Some people will buy anything if they're told it's cool/trendy. These people also known as sheep/mugs.

bought it............sold it after a few days

connection was a joke with my xperia play, only stayed connected for a few mins at a time. also very limited in what it can do. a real disappointment

Looks a decent bit of kit

revzman

This will change how we think of our phones.



NO really it wont!

if it works surely it would remove the 90% of the times u drop ur phone!, prob a good idea if ur clumsy lol

This is great!... if you want to get beaten up.

maddogb

if it works surely it would remove the 90% of the times u drop ur phone!, … if it works surely it would remove the 90% of the times u drop ur phone!, prob a good idea if ur clumsy lol


maybe you should try one of these instead.
Edited by: "nublets2k" 14th Oct 2011

Original Poster

Nealio

Not rating this either way as I have no idea whether or not it's a good … Not rating this either way as I have no idea whether or not it's a good price, but I'm really struggling to see what the point of this thing is...



"Worth a go now £40 under its RRP!"

People voting cold because they dont like the product, but its the best price around by a fair amount!

It's on amazon too. Same price

IN theory its sounds great but the reality is that it sucks!

TomWantsRezz

"Worth a go now £40 under its RRP!"People voting cold because they dont … "Worth a go now £40 under its RRP!"People voting cold because they dont like the product, but its the best price around by a fair amount!



Best price doesn't mean it's a deal if it's a load of pointless sh*t!

Edited by: "Loudmouth" 14th Oct 2011

Banned

What we need is an Iwatch !!!

revzman

Or for people who are much fitter than you and would like this device to … Or for people who are much fitter than you and would like this device to check up on their key stats (distance run, speed, location, etc) whilst working out, simply by looking at their wrist.This will change how we think of our phones.


in a few years your phone will be like this and this will not be an add-on or controller. battery life is the main downfall but they recken in a couple of years they can increase the battery output by 10 times so either a battery can be 10 times smaller or ones the size they are now will last 10 longer.
the future will be interesting BUT experts also say that we will run short of many essential life sustaining food stuffs and minerals..!!!!!!

..bought this some weeks ago for £25 off Amazon ..fantastic for checking up on incoming calls/ /missed call/ text messages at work , don't always have to check phone itself, if communique is important then I'll whip handset out , incidentally also has a bike-light plug-in to convert it into a cycle taillight.. not that bright though so only really useful as an emergency light , I also get RSS feeds , bbc headlines etc 9 scrolling down & clicking immed opens page on the phone
there's a casio Gshock variant coming out soon but only one line display , also for anyone that interested check out "I'm watch" .. very expensive compared to this MN800
finally there's an update for the device , flashed it to the watch ~& it's been fine , no connectivity probs now

great for running, cycling, so bought one.

Got an android phone...so I really cant spare the battery having bluetooth on the whole time

I had one of these for my HTC desire, Dont!! they are nothing like the advert!

darklight

..bought this some weeks ago for £25 off Amazon ..fantastic for … ..bought this some weeks ago for £25 off Amazon ..fantastic for checking up on incoming calls/ /missed call/ text messages at work , don't always have to check phone itself, if communique is important then I'll whip handset out , incidentally also has a bike-light plug-in to convert it into a cycle taillight.. not that bright though so only really useful as an emergency light , I also get RSS feeds , bbc headlines etc 9 scrolling down & clicking immed opens page on the phonethere's a casio Gshock variant coming out soon but only one line display , also for anyone that interested check out "I'm watch" .. very expensive compared to this MN800 finally there's an update for the device , flashed it to the watch ~& it's been fine , no connectivity probs now


Now that "I'm Watch" might be very expensive, but it looks the business. I couldn't see the price but if it were reasonable, I'd go for that rather than the SE; it's fugly!

I had one of these a while ago. Hopefully the software has improved as it suffered from constant disconnection and youd have to reset the watch and software on your phone. I sounds good but didnt work very well. Avoid!

I have one..... but never use it as it constantly disconnects!... U cant even use it as a watch because the strap is in the way of where to charge it and it's a pain in the ar** to remove once on. Good idea but poor software lets it down! I f anyone wants a near brand new one for half the price... let me know and I will set up a thread to sell it to you!! lol.

Thanks. Got one for my son (novelty factor if nothing else!).

CJ

Heard a number of rumours about a new version of this device to be released soon.

the Iwatch is 250 euro pre-order i have sony live view and its not to bad, battery is a little short for me and it can be a pain to keep it synced but for this price it is very cheap

Same price on Amazon now. Still not convinced it'll be very good, but the delivery is quicker if you've got Prime.
Edited by moderator: "Oct 15, 2011 09:34" 15th Oct 2011

Would you still get a £60.00 fine and 3 points using this instead of your phone ?

Old Tech. Michael Knight had one 30yrs ago

Works out so much cheaper than an ipod nano watch, without the douche bag image.
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