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  Reply # 946070 5-Dec-2013 14:09
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Waiting. Patiently waiting.

Does anyone use one with a Samsung Galaxy Note 3?

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I do, it works well.

Glance and Musicboss make it a wonderful device.




 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 946082 5-Dec-2013 14:37
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stevenz: I do, it works well.

Glance and Musicboss make it a wonderful device.


Thanks Steve.

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  Reply # 946113 5-Dec-2013 15:58
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What are peoples favorite watchfaces and apps?




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  Reply # 946150 5-Dec-2013 17:29
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My favourite watchface is LCARS v1

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  Reply # 946154 5-Dec-2013 17:39
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gehenna: My favourite watchface is LCARS v1


That is cool, the Star Trek watchface.

I find that I tend to like the simpler ones, like "Very plain" and the different looking "Text Watch", "Polar clock" and "Stencil".




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  Reply # 974988 27-Jan-2014 10:58
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If you have ordered a Pebble Steel, new thread here http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=73&topicid=139070

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  Reply # 974991 27-Jan-2014 11:07
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^Elitist.

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