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LG Watch W7 $119 + Delivery (Free C&C/In-Store) @ The Good Guys

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1.2" touchscreen
Stainless steel casing
Mechanical hands
Powered by Wear OS (a Google-developed OS offering access to built-in apps, a compass, stopwatch, timer, barometer and altimeter)
Google Assistant and smart health coaching from Google Fit
Receive smart notifications, including messaging, email, calendar and app alerts
Dust and water resistant with an IP68 rating and can be worn in up to 1m of water for up to 30 minutes
Not recommended for swimming or diving

Type: Smart Watch
Colour: Black
Display Type: 1.2" Edge-to-Edge with Touch Control
Display Resolution: 360 x 360 / 300ppi
GPS: No
Sensors: Accelerometer, Digital compass, Gyroscope, Barometer
Water Resistant: IP68 Dust & Water Resistant (up to 1.5 meters for 30 minutes)
Wi-Fi: 802.11 b/g/n(2.4GHz)
Bluetooth: Version 4.2
Operating System: Wear OS by Google
Processor: Qualcomm APQ8009w
Product Height (mm): 12.9
Product Width (mm): 45.4
Product Depth (mm): 44.5
Weight (g): 79.5
Additional Features: 240mAh lithium polymer battery, Smart health coaching from Google Fit, Stopwatch, Stainless steel design
What's In The Box: LG W7 Smartwatch, USB cable, Charging cradle, Charger, Quick start guide
Manufacturer's Warranty: 2 Year

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closed Comments

  • How is it in comparison to Fitbit Versa 2?

    • no heart rate monitor, NFC, or GPS

      It's just a smarter watch that delivers notifications but it's not a companion for exercise and can't be used for Google Pay

      It does have mechanical watch hands on top of a definitely-not-an-OLED LCD display (360 x 360).

  • I am actually interested in this… anyone that could vouch on this watch?

    • Grabbed one of them to see how I like it, I've had a lot of smartwatches over the years and am currently using a Fossil Machine hybrid watch, which I love (physical hands and 6 month battery life is great). I think I'll like the physical hands on this one, plus LCD means there'll be backlight to see the watch hands at night. At the price, seems like a win for me (it def won't be for everyone, though).

      • Yeah I'm interested on how it looks lol. I have a gear s3 and my watch face is always a classic one. Btw, that Fossil watch looks amazing as well.

        • Yeah, the Fossil Machine is a great watch. No distractions, no screen to worry about, and the way it sends notifications means only I know what the notification is from, as it vibrates a certain pattern and moves the hands to show what app it's from. Really nice piece.

          If you're still on the fence about buying the LG, just set it up and used it while I went out for a bit and I'm loving the physical hands. They do get in the way of the content behind them when using WearOS stuff like notifications and quick controls, but it's not that bad. Going to be my daily driver now, def a good buy for the price imo. :)

  • It's a flop and you're throwing away $119

  • Here's a review to help your decision making.

    https://www.techradar.com/au/reviews/lg-watch-w7-hands-on

  • Thanks op, grabbed one

  • Is there any way I can get it delivery if its outside the zone?