Verizon Wear24 smartwatch with LTE drops to insanely low $34.99 in 'new other' condition

Verizon Wear24 smartwatch with LTE drops to insanely low $34.99 in 'new other' condition
Not all of the year’s best smartwatches are as expensive as the Apple Watch Series 4, which typically starts at $400, but finding a decent sub-$200 option is not easy. If you’re looking to spend less than $100 on a wearable device, you’d normally have to settle for a modest activity tracker.

But for a no doubt limited time, a decidedly stylish and powerful smartwatch is up for grabs at a crazy low $34.99 from a trusted eBay seller. The Wear24 even comes with standalone LTE connectivity so you can make and receive voice calls directly on your wrist after activating the device on Verizon’s high-speed network.

Commercially released about a year and a half ago at an absurdly high price of $349.99, the Verizon-exclusive Wear 24 earned pretty bad reviews before halting official sales just four months in.

Somehow, various third-party sellers kept the smartwatch alive all this time, charging $130, $80, $50, and now $35 for discontinued inventory. While the Wear24 is obviously still no Apple Watch killer, buying the good-looking device with a sharp AMOLED display, built-in GPS functionality, decent battery life, and standalone voice call support at this new all-time low price seems like a no-brainer.

You may need to hurry, though, as BuySpry’s silver and black units are listed as out of the stock at the time of this writing. You can only get the smartwatch in gold, with a 42 mm case, 60-day warranty, and “very minor blemishes or scratches” on its body “due to handling.” 

The heavily discounted products are in “new other” condition, which basically means they’re new and unused, packaged in generic boxes, and guaranteed to function like new. At least in theory. By the way, BuySpry is a 97.8 percent positively rated eBay seller, so you can probably trust it to deliver on its promises. And yes, nationwide shipping and 30-day returns are free.

Check out the deal here

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