LG G Watch
The LG G Watch is on its way. We’re seeing the shipping notifications for orders placed for the LG G Watch through Google Play in Australia, arrive in customers mailboxes.

Orders are shipping out of Hong Kong, through carrier Aramex – a change from FedEx, who handled the rollout of the Nexus 5 last year. While many are lamenting the fact that orders are shipping on a Friday, the positive is that most customers – at least those in Eastern states of Australia – should receive their G Watch on Monday.

G Watch Shipping Notification

Our poll from this morning shows that there are quite a few customers who have purchased the LG G Watch, but there are many, many more who are waiting for the Motorola Moto 360. A sign that there is a market for a high-end, premium smartwatch, which looks different to what is currently on the market.

We look forward to getting hands-on with the LG G Watch, and hope those of you who purchased the Samsung Gear Live will let us know when you get your shipping notification on Monday.

Update:
Oh hello LG G Watch Google Now shipping card :
LG G Watch - Google Now

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Peter
Peter
6 years ago

How did yo manage to buy yours on 25th June? I thought it only went live on 26th?

LegoVader
LegoVader
6 years ago

I wonder if the Moto 360 its going to be available in Australia during launch

Strand
Strand
6 years ago

How many people are holding back for the Moto 360? I’d go as high as $400 for one, given reviews (obviously) and what the battery shapes up to be.

Phillip Molly Malone
6 years ago

I think I am going to wait to see what the Moto 360 is (over the obvious) and costs but if it is as high a cost as suggested ($350 is probably around my ceiling, maybe $360 as that has a good ring to it) I will probably go back to the idea of getting the Samsung one!