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Samsung Galaxy Bluetooth Watch 42mm Rose Gold SM (Open Box) $199.99

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quickshipelectronics via eBay has Samsung Galaxy Bluetooth Watch 42mm Rose Gold SM-R810NZDCXAR for $199.99. (Open Box) Link [ebay.com]

Samsung Galaxy Bluetooth Watch 46mm Silver SM-R800NZSCXAR (Open Box) For $199.99 - Link [ebay.com]
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deal or no deal
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deal or no deal
To give you an idea I have been wanting one since last August and the cheapest I see for new is $250. That was the Costco Black Friday price and then it came up a few times at that price after the holidays. It is a seriously large watch for me though and I'm not a small girl. I understand that could be a statement but in the summer I would sweat all under it and get irritation to my wrist.
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No MST

I don't understand why samsung removed such a great feature. I'm thinking about buying another S3 to have when the battery in this dies
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No MST

I don't understand why samsung removed such a great feature. I'm thinking about buying another S3 to have when the battery in this dies
ahhh, no mst=no deal. That's just dumb
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No MST

I don't understand why samsung removed such a great feature. I'm thinking about buying another S3 to have when the battery in this dies
For this reason, I am in week 2 with my new Gear S3 Frontier. MST is worthy.
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I just purchased a 46mm Galaxy Watch from Ebay after upgrading from the 42mm Gear Sport ($100 from Walmart), that I had purchased 12 days before.

The longer battery, LTE, and the speaker were the major reasons for the upgrade.

The lack of MST is annoying on the Galaxy Watch (but per the reviews this was trade off of space for a larger and longer battery life). The industry belief is that MST is older technology and that more merchants will be moving towards NFC in the near future.

The Samsung Gear S3 was a strong contender with LTE and a speaker and still is a great deal.

IMHO - The battery life on the Galaxy Watch is very good and worth the trade off.

Compared to the Apple series 3 & 4, this watch is thick. However, I went to Best Buy and tried the 46mm with a dress shirt, it did fit underneath (YMMV). I highly recommend anybody looking to purchase a Samsung Galaxy go to the local BB or Walmart and try them on.

As mentioned, I also purchased the LTE version, as a runner (and anyone using the fitness app) it just makes too much sense to stay connected and be able to leave my phone behind.

There are currently good deals on the Apple series 3 & 4. A different look and a little less durable, but very good watches and definitely worth serious consideration if you are an Apple user and looking to buy a watch.
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