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Master Geek

#261602 5-Dec-2019 20:08
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Hi all,




Looking to part ways with my TicWatch C2






- Purchase Date -  Feb 2019


- Model - TicWatch C2 


- Colour: Black Onyx


- Purchase Price - $300NZD


- Asking Price - $250NZD








- Wear OS by Google


- IP68 Water and Dust Resistant


- Manage Phone Calls


- Supports Google Pay with NFC Payments


- Message Notifications


- Heart Rate Sensor


- Supports Google Fit / TicHealth


- Built in GPS


- Music Streaming


- Over 1000 watch faces with Google Play




Whats in the Box?


- TicWatch C2


- Charging Cable


- TicWatch C2 Instruction Manual




Tech Spec


-Watch Case - Stainless Steel


- RAM /ROM - 512Mb/4Gb


- OS - WearOS by Google


- Compatibility - Android / iOS


- Platform - Qualcomm® Snapdragon Wear™ 2100


- Display - 1.3” AMOLED 360 x 360 px


- Connectivity - Bluetooth v4.1, WiFi 802.11 b/g/n


- GPS - GPS + GLONASS + Beidou


- Sensors - Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Heart-rate sensor


- Battery - 400mAh (up to 2 days*)






- Watch is in immaculate condition (9/10)


- No damage to screen


- No damage or visible signs of wear and tear to body or any of the buttons


- All chargers and their cables are in equally immaculate condition and function as they should






- 2 x strap - 1 x Sports Straps, 1 x Metal Strap







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Master Geek

  #2370622 8-Dec-2019 20:20
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Master Geek

  #2376108 16-Dec-2019 09:25
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Bump - Price drop to $200.


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Master Geek

  #2381676 27-Dec-2019 13:02
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Bump - One last price drop.


Now $160.

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Master Geek

  #2382838 30-Dec-2019 11:26
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** SOLD **

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