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Huawei Watch GT2, 42mm - Black $179 Delivered (RRP $295) @ Amazon AU


Limited time deal. Seems like cheapest for this. No NFC so can't be used for Payments but seems a good start if you are getting into SmartWatches.

HUAWEI Kirin A1 Self-developed Chip: This smart watch comes with HUAWEI's self-developed wearable chip Kirin A1, and intelligent power saving technology to provide up to 1 week of battery Life
1.2 Inch AMOLED Display with 3D Glass Screen: Adopting the 3D glass screen in a smartwatch is a new step in the industry; 1.2 Inch AMOLED display with highly accurate touch response
15 Workout Modes and Full-time Fitness Trainer: Multiple professional training courses from entry to advanced level are preinstalled on the watch providing users with professional and effective guidance
Accurate Positioning: Build with two positioning systems (GPS, GLONASS) together to detect more satellites, and increase positioning accuracy
Everyday Life Features; Supports features like Message Notification, TruSleepTM 2.0 sleep tracking, TruSeen 3.5 Real-time Heart rate Monitoring and TruRelax pressure monitoring

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  • +2

    Im getting out of smart watches

    • +2

      I can not see much value using smart watches either. Old school is the best and always works

    • Why out of interest? Never had one but thought about it. One with NFC I think would be handy.

    • Same here mate, all are piece of garbage. Between me and my kids we had Huawei watch 2, ticwatch E and most pricey fossil watch etc. All are piece of junk. Require daily charging and not very use at all. If you need a fitness tracker get a cheap Xiaomi Me band, cheaper and last without charging for 2 weeks.

  • Good price, I have the 46mm and it's great.

    Difference between the two seems to be the 46mm has a better battery (2 weeks vs 1 week for the 42mm) and can do bluetooth phone calls, other than that they're pretty similar.

    • -2

      My Casio battery lasts 10 years…… and doesn't need to be charged every other day/week./month. I've tried smart watches too, but I find them too bulky and uncomfortable to wear.

      • Understandable, to each their own but I find these too convenient.

        Easy for checking notifications, good fitness tracker, and Bluetooth calling is a lot more handy than I originally thought. Charging every couple of weeks isn't hassle, just take it off for about an hour or so to charge and it's done

      • That’s like comparing a ride-on mower with a pair of scissors. They do entirely different things. Personally I love my Apple Watch. Only cost $130. Got a comfortable leather band from ebay for $20. I don’t like spending too much time looking at my phone, so I check most of my notifications (email, sms, iMessage, Facebook messenger) on my watch. Even answer calls when my phone is in the other room or on silent. Occasionally ask Siri to set a timer or reply to a message when my hands are full. Heart rate and steps counter are fairly accurate. 2 days battery life. I don’t wear a watch to bed, so charging it on the bedside table is not a chore.

  • +2

    Seems like one'd be better off buying Huawei Watch GT2. See https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/657707
    Cheaper, has better battery life, allows to make calls, etc. Why would you buy GT2 and not GT2e?

    • the GT2e doesn't have a speaker so cannot take calls

    • +1

      you need the GT2 46mm to make calls.
      Both GT2 42mm and GT2e don't support BT calls

  • No NFC. No go for me

    • any recommendation?

      • +1

        still hunting

  • Keep in mind Huawei watches cannot connect or sync to Strava.

  • I had this watch (paid $140) and returned it. You can't listen to your music in order (like an album, or a playlist). You can group them into a playlist, but you can't control the order of songs - good luck if you're into audiobooks. I tried everything, even Huawei support. They blamed me for assuming it had that function before purchasing.

  • Wish these watches offered out of box support for replying to messages, that would make it very convenient

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