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# 238151 4-Jul-2018 22:39
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I have 2 of these watches, one black and one white.

 

They are both unused, the black one is still factory sealed, the white has been opened to have a look but still has all the plastic covers on the watch

 

 

 

Selling them because they are a little too big for me and my partner.

 

 

 

I would prefer to sell them both at the same time

 

$40 for one or $65 for both

 

Pick up in Auckland CBD or i can post them for $5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Crystal/Lens - Sapphire
  • Diameter - 40mm
  • Band width - 20mm
  • Case Thickness - 11.2mm
  • Weight - 51g
  • Bluetooth Smart Connection
  • Intelligent Time Adjusting
  • Find Your Phone Function
  • Alarm Reminder
  • Incoming Calls and Messages Reminder
  • Gesture Photo Taking
  • Sleep Quality Monitoring
  • Fitness Keeper
  • Sedentary Reminder
  • Strap - Silicone
  • Battery - CR2032 with life of 9-12 months (not rechargeable)
  • Water resistant 50 Metres - “Splash-Proof"

 

 

 

 


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  # 2049630 5-Jul-2018 11:24
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That's kind of amazing: they managed to release a smart watch and to avoid it being noticed by any of the reputable review sites.

 

 

 

For that sort of price you'd think any watch with a Sapphire glass would be attractive, fitness/bluetooth features or not.

 

 

 

I love this stuff though (https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/378414):(a)

 

(a) Back cover can be opened using a mini crowbar like tool that comes with cheap watch kits from Banggood
(b) Cover pops open, but leaves minor scratch marks on the case
(c) Hard to put back cover back on, had to use a rubber mallet from Daiso to whack it in place

 

 

 

 




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  # 2059684 20-Jul-2018 22:00
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The black has sold, white still available, $35 pick up or $40 shipped

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