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Friday 20th October

Post by Robti on Fri Oct 20 2017, 14:12

Started with this
Then this
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Re: Friday 20th October

Post by domecurb on Fri Oct 20 2017, 17:40

@Robti wrote:Started with this
Then this

ooooooooo blue sumo Very Happy

as usualy:


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Re: Friday 20th October

Post by Elwood on Fri Oct 20 2017, 19:17

This one for me. A virtual pint for anyone who knows what it is....Soft drinks included for non drinkers
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Re: Friday 20th October

Post by domecurb on Fri Oct 20 2017, 19:30

@Elwood wrote:This one for me. A virtual pint for anyone who knows what it is....Soft drinks included for non drinkers

Zetime ? whatever it is it looks very smart


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Re: Friday 20th October

Post by Elwood on Fri Oct 20 2017, 20:00

Didn't think it would take you long.

Zetime has come, yes that really is their cheesy slogan.
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Re: Friday 20th October

Post by domecurb on Fri Oct 20 2017, 20:06

@Elwood wrote:Didn't think it would take you long.

Zetime has come, yes that really is their cheesy slogan.

how are you finding it ? looks very gadgety Very Happy i should really like it as i love tech and gadgets


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Re: Friday 20th October

Post by Elwood on Fri Oct 20 2017, 20:51

I quite like the fact it just looks like a normal watch, and quite nice one too. My wife quite liked the look of it and had no idea it was a smart watch, which is the type of appearance I wanted. It came with 3 straps which all seem decent enough, normal straps can also be used so I'm not confined to their own straps. I don't have experience with other smart watches so don't know how it compares but I like its almost inobtrusive manner. By this, what I mean is that, with the mechanical hands always displaying the time, I don't have to tap it to see the time. And when I want to see just the time, the always visible hands mean I'm not bombarded with information about how long I slept last night and what my heart rate is.
The gadgets all seem fine, nothing you wouldn't get on a smart watch apart from the fitness gizmos, ie the sleep monitor, a pedometer, milometer, calorie burning counter etc. Without being massive, it is slightly on the larger size, but by no means stupidly big.

I'll post some better pictures over the weekend if I can, or possibly next week as I'm pretty busy this weekend.

So far I'd recommend one if you were considering a smart watch. But I've only had it 8 hours so still to early to tell completely. Early signs are promising.

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Re: Friday 20th October

Post by Iceblue on Fri Oct 20 2017, 21:15

On  with this today 


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