Sony Smart Watch 2 in Silver only £53.25 and Free Delivery at Amazon
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Sony Smart Watch 2 in Silver only £53.25 and Free Delivery at Amazon

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Found 29th Dec 2015
Meant to be a great little device. I would've got one but I didn't want to go through the hassle of changing the links in the strap, although you can change staps. Cheapest it has been according to the camel.

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what's the LG G one like? noticed that's only 59.99 on there too in black. been looking at both but not sure which is best
old casio is the best
From marketplace seller - not directly from Amazon like title suggests
vickstar79

what's the LG G one like? noticed that's only 59.99 on there too in … what's the LG G one like? noticed that's only 59.99 on there too in black. been looking at both but not sure which is best



​I have the LG one and it works great, my only issue with it is the battery life. You have to charge it nightly for moderate use othwise it will probably loose charge on the 2nd day.
pavel76

From marketplace seller - not directly from Amazon like title suggests



Fulfilled by Amazon

Fulfilment by Amazon (FBA) is a service Amazon offers sellers that lets them store their products in Amazon's warehouses, and Amazon directly does the picking, packing, shipping and customer service on these items. Something Amazon hopes you'll especially enjoy: FBA items are eligible for and for Amazon Prime just as if they were Amazon items.
Edited by: "topss" 29th Dec 2015
Low screen resolution on this amongst other things, def not as nice as the SW3, I would skip this one
topss

Fulfilled by AmazonFulfilment by Amazon (FBA) is a service Amazon offers … Fulfilled by AmazonFulfilment by Amazon (FBA) is a service Amazon offers sellers that lets them store their products in Amazon's warehouses, and Amazon directly does the picking, packing, shipping and customer service on these items. Something Amazon hopes you'll especially enjoy: FBA items are eligible for and for Amazon Prime just as if they were Amazon items.


Ohh...thanks very much - I didn't know what fulfilment by Amazon means... To be serious Amazon is not seller in this case, it should be clear, thats all
Tempted. Hot!
So tempted, but is it an gadget I would use
Good price, I do prefer the design to the new smart watch 3 from Sony too.
Don't think this supports android wear does it, so limited in what it can do
It's not Android Wear, so it has far less functionality than the SW3. Also, I wouldn't expect Sony to keep supporting it for long... You occasionally see the SW3 or Moto 360 for £90. That's a far better deal.
ok, been looking at various smart watch deals, have ordered! thanks op.
Does this work with iphones (I know some Android watches do)?
Don't be put off by the lack of Android Wear. I've had this watch for 6 months and it's great. There are lots of apps available via Google Play, and a thriving developer scene too.

Battery life is 3-4 days and the always on screen makes so much sense. Charges from micro-USB and only takes an hour or so to charge.

Watchify brings almost all your Android notifications to the watch. Tasker plugin, with a bit of tinkering, allows you to control almost all your phone functions in return.

Hot from me.
I have ordered the Pebble Steel, how does this compare?
Also it is £26 cheaper than the Steel
If I didn't have a Pebble would probably be tempted, decent price
dougan

I have ordered the Pebble Steel, how does this compare?Also it is £26 … I have ordered the Pebble Steel, how does this compare?Also it is £26 cheaper than the Steel


Got a link for that deal?
I meant the Sony is £26 cheaper than the Pebble!
The Steel is £79.99 at Currys and Amazon
topss

Fulfilled by AmazonFulfilment by Amazon (FBA) is a service Amazon offers … Fulfilled by AmazonFulfilment by Amazon (FBA) is a service Amazon offers sellers that lets them store their products in Amazon's warehouses, and Amazon directly does the picking, packing, shipping and customer service on these items. Something Amazon hopes you'll especially enjoy: FBA items are eligible for and for Amazon Prime just as if they were Amazon items.



Do note that Amazon picking and despatching the stock doesn't necessarily mean that Amazon have performed quality control over what is in the box; personal experience, I ordered a phone case on pretty much all of the above 'FBA' understanding, clearly picked and despatches by amazon, but the item itself? The packaging was torn/tattered and the phone case had scuff marks and dents all over the back, a customer return that the seller had repackaged and sent back to amazon ready for 'FBA'. I may have received the 1 in 100 orders that the amazon fulfilment centre didn't vet properly but clearly the seller knew what they were doing. As such I tend to avoid all 'sellers' be they on prime or not, 'sold by Amazon' being my preferred choice.

And that was just a long winded post to say that 'FBA' isn't always squeaky clean.
tcm216

Does this work with iphones (I know some Android watches do)?


I would like to know that too!
abu77

Do note that Amazon picking and despatching the stock doesn't necessarily … Do note that Amazon picking and despatching the stock doesn't necessarily mean that Amazon have performed quality control over what is in the box; personal experience, I ordered a phone case on pretty much all of the above 'FBA' understanding, clearly picked and despatches by amazon, but the item itself? The packaging was torn/tattered and the phone case had scuff marks and dents all over the back, a customer return that the seller had repackaged and sent back to amazon ready for 'FBA'. I may have received the 1 in 100 orders that the amazon fulfilment centre didn't vet properly but clearly the seller knew what they were doing. As such I tend to avoid all 'sellers' be they on prime or not, 'sold by Amazon' being my preferred choice. And that was just a long winded post to say that 'FBA' isn't always squeaky clean.



Yes I know and adding to the above, there is no 100% guarantee that products sold and dispatched by Amazon themselves would be perfect. The point being that the return/customer service process would be exactly the same.

Anyway if the product you purchased was originally fulfilled by Amazon, then the return would have been handled by Amazon, not the 'seller'.

Edited by: "topss" 29th Dec 2015
richardcusworth

​I have the LG one and it works great, my only issue with it is the b … ​I have the LG one and it works great, my only issue with it is the battery life. You have to charge it nightly for moderate use othwise it will probably loose charge on the 2nd day.



thank you. thinking of holding out for the moto 360
mummymelly

I would like to know that too!



I have been researching Smart watches over the last few days and decided to go with a Pebble for simplicity and battery life. I believe the only Sony watches that work with iOS for the iPhone are those at have Android wear ie the Sony SW3 and more recent. And even those have to be updated using an android phone to the most recent version of Android Wear first. There is an official iOs Android Wear app that works with the iphone, but from what I have read at the moment it can be problematic for some users, with only limited functions supported and connection issues etc. Others will know more and correct me I am sure.

Patrick
Edited by: "pgnl" 29th Dec 2015
matengawhat

Low screen resolution on this amongst other things, def not as nice as … Low screen resolution on this amongst other things, def not as nice as the SW3, I would skip this one



I would have thought this is better than the SW3 and Sony just like to throw away money designing and building inferior tech.

I kid :P
Is it Sony or Motorola?
Will it work with iPhone?
just got myself a garmin vivoactive (built in gps) very happy with it for £99 amazon lightning deal the other day.
very happy with it.. syncs up well with IP6, for text/alerts, weather, music controls,
been swimming and it works! distance, stroke lengh, pool length, timing etc.
will test the built in gps on my push bike tomorrow.


Edited by: "whatyadoinsucka" 29th Dec 2015
dougan

I have ordered the Pebble Steel, how does this compare?Also it is £26 … I have ordered the Pebble Steel, how does this compare?Also it is £26 cheaper than the Steel



I had the original Pebble - the lack of colour screen was the biggest turn off, but more importantly the Android app was buggy - I lost track of the amount of times the watch would just not talk to the phone, and Pebble's suggestion - reinstall the watch firmware, reinstall the app, reinstall the watch apps. Yes, that would fix it - but four times a day!? In the end the Pebble went back, got this Smartwatch 2 instead - never lost connection once, found all the apps I wanted and not been happier.
Doesn't work worth iPhone, had one of these since it came out, brilliant watch for battery life and receiving texts emails and calls.
Meh, why not.... ordered lol
Edited by: "genk" 29th Dec 2015
abu77

Do note that Amazon picking and despatching the stock doesn't necessarily … Do note that Amazon picking and despatching the stock doesn't necessarily mean that Amazon have performed quality control over what is in the box; personal experience, I ordered a phone case on pretty much all of the above 'FBA' understanding, clearly picked and despatches by amazon, but the item itself? The packaging was torn/tattered and the phone case had scuff marks and dents all over the back, a customer return that the seller had repackaged and sent back to amazon ready for 'FBA'. I may have received the 1 in 100 orders that the amazon fulfilment centre didn't vet properly but clearly the seller knew what they were doing. As such I tend to avoid all 'sellers' be they on prime or not, 'sold by Amazon' being my preferred choice. And that was just a long winded post to say that 'FBA' isn't always squeaky clean.



​so just return it? Never had a problem with any fulfilled by Amazon products. You still get the same customer service as you would with products sold directly by Amazon
mummymelly

I would like to know that too!


Nope, Android only.
BungalowBill

Don't be put off by the lack of Android Wear. I've had this watch for 6 … Don't be put off by the lack of Android Wear. I've had this watch for 6 months and it's great. There are lots of apps available via Google Play, and a thriving developer scene too.Battery life is 3-4 days and the always on screen makes so much sense. Charges from micro-USB and only takes an hour or so to charge.Watchify brings almost all your Android notifications to the watch. Tasker plugin, with a bit of tinkering, allows you to control almost all your phone functions in return.Hot from me.


Very different to my experience!

I found the developer scene almost dead six months ago, surely not 'thriving' any more!

Watchify used to be great, and completely saved the watch, but it constantly crashed with me and the developer hasn't worked on it for well over a year now.

Great that you are enjoying yours though!

I moved on to a Pebble which I found massively superior, then on to Android Wear (SW3), which I found a similar step up with.
Would be tempted as well if I didn't ordered a pebble a couple of weeks ago, now there's so many smartwatch deals, wish I had waited a bit to get a variety to choose from, but hey ho.
Be warned, unlike v3 which is android wear, this isn't and it has the limited functionality to match. Nice looking thing though.
mummymelly

I would like to know that too!


No
Just go on that well know bay site and key U8 Bluetooth smart watch. I've had no trouble except I can't stop laughing

...at what some are paying.
jnigel26

Just go on that well know bay site and key U8 Bluetooth smart watch. I've … Just go on that well know bay site and key U8 Bluetooth smart watch. I've had no trouble except I can't stop laughing ...at what some are paying.

I had the U8, and it is awful, it looks awful, the screen is awful, it's hard to use, it's very limited and a waste of money. I sent mine back. it died completely the after one charge.
What makes these watches actually smart do they just do the same stuff as my phone does only on a tiny wee screen is it just a gimmick so I can sit and go look its took me 20mins to walk to work and look how many cals it can predict I have burnt up?
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