Deal: Samsung Gear S2 Smartwatch – $165, 06/23/2016


If you've been considering a new smartwatch for the Summer, but have been less-than-impressed with the current crop of Android Wear devices, then Samsung's Gear S2 might be worth a look Рeven if you don't own a Samsung smartphone. The Gear S2 was launched last year, complete with a fully-circular display and a moving bezel that can be twisted to interact with the watch's user interface. Running Samsung's own Tizen, this represents a highly polished and complete smartwatch experience, and those worrying about apps shouldn't do, as there's plenty on offer or the Tizen-powered machine. This is a deal for the more modern-looking Gear S2, with a silicon strap and a more modern watch face. Specifically, this is the SM-R730T model of the Gear S2 and ships in Dark Gray.

This is a seller refurbished deal, but at just $164.95, this is one not to pass on lightly, after all these are the sort of prices that older Android Wear watches still command, some of which might not even be updated to Android Wear 2.0. Since its launch, the Gear S2 can now use the Band Adapter to attach whichever watch band they like, which certainly makes the Gear S2 a little more attractive to traditional watch wearers. With some great watch faces, more software becoming available all the time and a great user interface, we found a lot to like about the Gear S2 in our review. This is a solid deal and one that will get people trying out a smartwatch, or a new type of smartwatch without breaking the bank.

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