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Sony SmartWatch 3 Black SWR50 £69.99 @ Amazon
Sony SmartWatch 3 Black SWR50 £69.99 @ Amazon

Sony SmartWatch 3 Black SWR50 £69.99 @ Amazon

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Even without your smartphone, SmartWatch 3 SWR50 is a fun and useful accessory. You can fill it with music to take with you if you're going for a run. When you're out, you can track your activity and movements as well as sync with your Lifelog when you come home. Whatever your lifestyle SmartWatch 3 SWR50 can be made to suit it. You can choose from a range of wrist straps - formal, sophisticated, casual, vibrant colours and fitness style, all made from fine materials.

This innovative device not only features the ability to connect via Bluetooth, NFC, and Wi-Fi, but also a built-in GPS, accelerometer, and gyro.

Expand your musical library with the 4 GB of internal memory, and track your life with the Lifelog app. Here you can find an app for everything, as Android Wear is forever expandable. As developers create new ways for you to customise and enjoy the Android Wear experience, your SmartWatch 3 becomes increasingly personalised.

With high resolution 320 x 320 pixels and up to two days battery life with active use, aren’t you curious to discover how the SmartWatch 3 will transform your life?

36 Comments

Poor man's iwatch

smart man's watch

Getting long in the tooth now but seems cheap for what you are getting. Lots of great androidware apps talked about here :

wareable.com/and…ear

Surely worth £70 just for the Gps fitness stuff?
Edited by: "alera" 23rd Nov 2016

basergorkobal

Poor man's iwatch



​ insecure people put others down.

Going to get very hot this one.

I ended up getting rid of mine hope the bugs got sorted sometimes lasted half a day and needed charging sometimes a day and a half got fed up in the end

alera

Getting long in the tooth now but seems cheap for what you are getting. … Getting long in the tooth now but seems cheap for what you are getting. Lots of great androidware apps talked about here :http://www.wareable.com/android-wear/you-wear-it-well-the-best-apps-for-android-wearSurely worth £70 just for the Gps fitness stuff?



Does not support even a single app I use. ​

Thanks for this

sam_of_london

Does not support even a single app I use. ​



​Don't buy it then!!!

I know it's Android but is it compatible with iPhone?

Just wish it wasn't so damned fugly...

Dunc81

I know it's Android but is it compatible with iPhone?


It does work with iOS but with limited functions. I paired mine with an iPhone 6s and all notifications seem to come through fine but don't expect rich app integration like Android.

i have this and at that price it's an absolute steal.

can anyone tell me please this watch or pebble?

The big draw of this model for me was the transflective display. Transmissive = uses backlight (like most displays), reflective = uses ambient light (like e-ink in a kindle), transflective = does both. It does depend on smart usage though, like turning the backlight off in bright sunlight to save power and get the same visibility.

mine has always last several days no issues without needing to charge very happy with it

sharif76

can anyone tell me please this watch or pebble?



​this

The stainless steel version actually looks good, but obviously not as this cheap, its a good deal for the hardware, though it's not yet confirmed whether this is getting android ware 2.0, but hopefully it does. Battery life lasts for almost 2 days, with constant alerts, but it charges relly quickly, a 30 minute charge will make it full again

I paid about £60 with a very voucher 10 months ago, Fantastic watch works well with android. Not had any problems (so far) and lasts 2 days but I don't hammer it just read text app notifications and the odd space invader game. Loads of watch faces to choose on Facer app free. Well worth the money.

Showing out of stock for me!!! Damn

Hmm... yep "no longer available" for me to

Pjcity

Showing out of stock for me!!! Damn



​Same :'(

I got one for £80 and mainly for the gps side of things (Ghostracer for cycling using strava). The battery does last for a few days and charges very quickly too.
If its does get Android Wear 2, then it will be relevant for a year or two more before being thrown on the technology heap in the kitchen I guess.

I got one the other week from PC World for 79.99 but took it back as it kept randomly restarting and the GPS didn't work as accurately as I required. I've not seen anyone have the restarting issue like I did so mine was most likely just a faulty unit but as far as smart watches go(restarting fault aside) it was excellent.

OP, Can you please update the post to reflect the 69.99 is for a used one and not new. I cannot find the new one for that price on Amazon. Currys are doing the new one for 69.99 and there is another post about that on HUKD.

Pjcity

Showing out of stock for me!!! Damn


Showing on Very now for £75 just had a look.

frostyclock

Showing on Very now for £75 just had a look.



Cheers Frosty but I have 63 quid in my Amazon account so wanted Amazon to match Currys but it appears I was too slow !!

The two I ordered being delivered today. Good value just for the fitness apps.

sharif76

can anyone tell me please this watch or pebble?



​the Sony.

upgraded to this from the pebble classic.

the Sony is miles better

basergorkobal

Poor man's iwatch


What a sad world you live in.

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cbarai

OP, Can you please update the post to reflect the 69.99 is for a used one … OP, Can you please update the post to reflect the 69.99 is for a used one and not new. I cannot find the new one for that price on Amazon. Currys are doing the new one for 69.99 and there is another post about that on HUKD.


Based on some of the "out of stock" comments, maybe it was available at that price earlier? But either it needs an update to say "used", or it's expired.

still available at curry's at this price

clint thrust

What a sad world you live in.


Thank you for taking the time to respond.

It was available new from Amazon I ordered two they are out for delivery

Saw one in Currys this lunchtime, the watch-face is pretty big compared to the average oldskool mens' watch, but it's so tempting for £70 for something that can do Strava without tethering to a phone with MP3 etc.

The last few weeks of tech dilemma would have been so much easier if I could justify buying a SSW3 and a Motorola G4, sadly I need to choose one or the other!
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