Deal: Perhaps your last chance to score an LTE-ready Wear24 smartwatch for just $80

Verizon didn't seem to like its own smartwatch, otherwise, we can't explain why the carrier discontinued the Wear24 four months after it went on sale. Initially launched for $350, the price for the Android Wear 2.0 smartwatch quickly dropped to unbelievable values.

In the last two months, several retailers sold the LTE-ready Wear24 for just $80, nearly 80% less than the original price. If you missed those deals, you have one more chance to score a good deal if you really want an Android Wear smartwatch.

Up on eBay, a retailer is selling the Wear24 for $79.97 and you get to choose from any of the three colors available: Black, Silver, and Gold. The smartwatch ships from the United States and it won't cost you anything if you live in the same country.

The seller claims the smartwatch is available in limited quantities, so you might want to hurry if you want to take advantage of the deal, as more than 250 of units have already been sold.

source: eBay via Phandroid



1. cncrim

Posts: 1590; Member since: Aug 15, 2011

Nicer deal if gear s3.

2. tangbunna

Posts: 495; Member since: Sep 29, 2016

doctor said try to limit GSM signal transceiver devices very less as possible. but seems people are creating devices that stick to human as much as possible.

3. LordDavon

Posts: 183; Member since: Sep 19, 2011

It isn't really worth getting. You can only use messaging with Verizon, uses Verizon craplets, no heart rate sensor, etc... there are better smartwatches. This device will not be getting upgraded either. You can get a refurb Asus Zenwatch 2 on Amazon for $70, if you want something without a heart rate sensor.

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