Samsung Galaxy Watch (46mm) Silver (Bluetooth), SM-R800NZSAXAR – US Version with Warranty

April 29, 2019 - Comment

Live a stronger, smarter life with Galaxy Watch at your wrist. Rest well, stay active and keep stress at bay with built-in health tracking. Go for days without charging your watch. —the Bluetooth connection keeps everything at your wrist. *Compatible with select Bluetooth-capable smartphones. Galaxy Watch supported features may vary by carrier and compatible device.

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Live a stronger, smarter life with Galaxy Watch at your wrist. Rest well, stay active and keep stress at bay with built-in health tracking. Go for days without charging your watch. —the Bluetooth connection keeps everything at your wrist. *Compatible with select Bluetooth-capable smartphones. Galaxy Watch supported features may vary by carrier and compatible device. For best results, connect with compatible Samsung Galaxy smartphones.) **Battery life for Bluetooth (46mm) model is roughly three to four days. Battery life for LTE model and Bluetooth (42mm) model is roughly two to three days. Your results may vary. Do not expose the device to water at high pressure

Product Features

  • Live a stronger, smarter life with Galaxy Watch at your wrist Rest well and stay active with built-in health tracking and a Bluetooth connection that keeps everything at your wrist Plus, go for days without charging
  • Go nonstop for days on a single charge. The wireless charger lets you power up without slowing down.
    (Average expected performance based on typical use. Results may vary.)
  • Available in two sizes and three colors, the Galaxy Watch offers stylish watch faces so realistic they hardly look digital. Plus, choose from a collection of interchangeable bands
  • Pairs with both Android and iOS smartphones via Bluetooth connection
  • Included in Box: Galaxy Watch, Additional Strap(Large and Small included), Wireless charging Dock, Travel Adaptor, Quick Start Guide, User Manual (Warranty: 1 Year Standard Parts and Labor)
  • Additional Strap(Small included). Compatible Devices-Samsung Smartphone, Non-Samsung Android Smartphone(Android OS 5.0 and above RAM 1.5GB and above ), iOS 9.0 and above iPhone 5 and above
  • NOTE: KINDLY REFERE USER MANUAL BEFORE USE

Comments

Anonymous says:

Best (non-apple) smartwatch on the market A couple of quick notes before I get into the review:-I’m reviewing the 42mm version, which I’ve had for about 3 weeks now.-Apple vs. Samsung comparisons are overblown; both are good watches, but obviously you should match your watch to your phone-I don’t think there’s a better smartwatch available at the moment, but I’m only giving this watch 4 stars because I don’t think smartwatch technology has fully matured at this stage; I’d say there are no 5 star smartwatches at the momentBottom line: The Galaxy Watch does almost everything I was hoping for, and does it pretty well-My settings: AoD on with a simple face, brightness 3, location off, HR every 10 min, voice activation off; I use the watch whenever I’m away from home – appx 11hrs/day-With those settings and that usage pattern, I get through 2 days on a charge with a bit to spare-Reading and responding to notifications is smooth-Overall, I’d say the exercise tracking is…

Anonymous says:

Exceeded my expectations I have owned previously the samsung s7 edge and with it I had the samsung gear s2 smart watch. At the time I was pleased with both the phone and the watch, but not blown away by the watch. I then had switched to apple for a few years and owned the 7+ and the iPhone X along with the nike Apple Watch series 2. I enjoyed the X but I feel that it didn’t truly live up to the hype, however I did grow extremely accustomed to my Apple Watch. I decided to jump ship after reading great reviews about the S9+ and man were they right. Absolutely adore the phone, but then came the problem of needing a new watch. I decided to wait it out a few months knowing that Samsung was going to be releasing their first new watch since the s3. Best decision I’ve ever made. While I cannot speak for the S3, I can say that the galaxy watch has made me forget about my Apple Watch already. Love the features, the build screams quality and durability and its more masculine in my opinion then the Apple Watch. I did not…

Anonymous says:

I really wanted to like this watch, but right now I’m sticking with the S3 I’ve been wanting a smart watch for a while now and finally decided to pull the trigger. My biggest criterion were that it had to be reasonably sized, reasonably priced, have GPS, and be able to have offline maps. I really liked the look of the Gear S3 Frontier and the Galaxy watches (let’s be real – the new 42mm Galaxy watch in black is basically the Frontier’s little brother), and I LOVE the rotating bezel.I tried out both the S3 Frontier and the Galaxy watch and came to the following conclusions.1) Look – the style of both watches are very similar (which you can see from the product photos).2) Size – the 46mm Frontier watch is obviously larger than the 42mm Galaxy. The watch band on the Frontier is thicker and has a slightly wider style that made it look larger than it actually is. I ended up buying a smaller band similar to the style on the Galaxy to remedy this. For me, the 42mm Galaxy wins on size. The screen was only slightly smaller, but the watch…

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