Monday , August 21 2017

Good Deal: Titan Black LG G Watch for $128

LG G Watch
A lot of people are super keen on Android Wear and the LG G Watch, while not the highest end on the fashion stakes is certainly up there with the best of them spec wise. Containing the same hardware as most of the Android Wear watches currently on the market, the LG G Watch is a great bargain when it’s dropped to as low as this.

Mobile Citi have the LG G Watch in Titan Black going out the door for $128.00, although if the White/Gold is your choice you can grab one of those for just $138 at the moment. This is still somewhat more pricey than the Christmas deal we saw from Google Play, but if you missed that sale, this is a good second option. The best news is that if you’re willing to wait up to a week, there’s free shipping, although if you want it faster there’s some options available at checkout.

As yet, there aren’t any Android Wear devices out there that don’t have some failings so it’s worth the time to have a quick read of our review before you grab yourself a bargain.

At this price, is a G Watch on your shopping list? Or are you waiting for another motivation?

 
Source: Mobile Citi.
Thanks: Brenden.

Phil Tann   Journalist

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vijay alapati
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vijay alapati

brought this last year for $100 from gumtree and its sealed. impressed a lot, but sold after getting moto 360, and sold 360 for month of use due to poor battery. waiting for samsung’s round dial watch as per the gossips 🙂

cameron charles
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i brought mine (from ebay for $80) a couple weeks ago, very happy with it, its definitely an entry level item but well worth the low price if your at all interested in a smart watch

Alex
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Alex

2 weeks ago it was $109 with a coupon code from Mobile City.

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