Deal: Get a free wristband worth $24.95 when you buy the Nokia Steel smartwatch

Since Nokia purchasedWithings, some of the latter's products have started to sell evenbetter than before, probably due to the portfolio rebranding. TheNokia Steel is no exception, as the Finnish company confirmed back inMay the smartwatch has excellent sales since it announced theacquisition of Withings.

To make the wearabledevice even more appealing, Nokia is now running an interestingpromotion on the Steel analog smartwatch. The deal seems to belimited to the United States, but you can order the smartwatch fromanywhere in the world.

So, if you buy the NokiaSteel via Nokia's online store for $129.95, then you will receive afree wristband of your choosing. Keep in mind though that Nokia sellsquite a lot of wristbands for the Steel smartwatch and not all arefree.

The good news is as longas the wristband you want to go with your Nokia Steel does not costmore than $24.95, you won't have to pay for it. There are two moreprice options when choosing your preferred wristband: $39.95 and$49.95. If you choose one of these, then you will have to cover thedifference.

source: Nokia via NPU



2. Flash

Posts: 1972; Member since: May 19, 2017

I think you can do better when it comes to a smartwatch if you ask me.

3. microsoftnokiawin

Posts: 1268; Member since: Mar 30, 2012

this is something that shows a little bit more restraint, it's elegant and collected yet smart looks like a normal watch also has a battery life that lasts forever it's more of an alternative after trying out the Microsoft band 2 (great device btw) this definitely appeals to me more in the smart watch segment

1. androiduser

Posts: 578; Member since: Jun 18, 2014

Htc u11 is really great

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