- Product Dimensions: 5.3 x 3.8 x 2.6 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces
- ASIN: B00512Z8H2
- Date first available at Amazon.com: May 16, 2011
- Average Customer Review:
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Top Customer Reviews
Ok, now for the pros and cons.
1. Pairs and Connects to the phone via bluetooth easily (Auto-reconnects after first pair, Auto-disconnects and lets you know when the phone is out of range and reconnects when back in range).
2. Stylish Stainless Steel bracelet that is comfortable to wear.
3. The vibrations are mostly quiet, but are very noticeable by the wearer.
4. Has a bright backlit LCD that can be seen even in the sun.
5. The the LCD light only comes on when you push one of the 2 buttons and tuns off after ~3 seconds to save power.
6. Displays Battery Life (~48-60 hours of standby time) Time, and caller ID.
7. Caller ID is not just the numbers as mentioned in the product description. It does display the name from your contact list. (This may vary depending on phone type).
8. You can accept a call by pressing the Bottom button and reject a call by pressing the top button.
9. Charging time of 1-2 hours.
10. Works on all call settings Silent, Vibrate, and Ring.
1. The Time is only displayed in Military (24 Hour) time.
2. This device is not in the least bit waterproof, so be careful when washing your hands. (If you do happen to get it wet, Turn off and let dry completely. the device should return to normal functionality and the screen will look normal again.
3. When low on battery the backlight may not turn on.Read more ›
- You cannot have a regular headset as well as this bracelet connected to your cell phone at the same time. The reason is that the bracelet acts like a headset from the phone's perspective. You might have more luck if you own a stereo Bluetooth headset.
- While I can confirm that the display does in fact show the caller's name (if stored in your cell phone), it does however not scroll or give you the option to toggle between name and number.
- The bracelet will not fit well on a smaller wrist
You will be much better off getting one of those still available Bluetooth watches (such as those produced by Sony Ericsson).
It will buzz to let you know you're receiving a call and show the number on the "watch" face
-thats about all of em...
It does not alert on text messages or any other alerts, only on receiving phone calls.
It has an unusual charger that does not fit well. Almost everything these days is micro-usb, fall in line or fall behind.
As far as a "security measure" as it was toted to me on several sites looking at these, While paired to my Droid2, I was still able to travel about 40 feet inside my work, around corners and through walls without the signal dying out. Anywhere outside of a flat open field, 40 ft is a long ways away someone can walk with your phone before you get the notice that its no longer connected.
All in all:
Id say don't waste the money, theyre are some other items that may be coming out that are a newer/fresher take on this, this one and the rubber band version are not worth it.
Barely vibrates, not useful.
Doesn't beep or have an option to chime.
Display is barely visible in daylight.
Hard to take links out, I had to go to a watch repair place to do it.
Doesn't hold it's charge for more than a day.
Don't buy this!!!
>How to use:
a) The Bluetooth was a little tricky to pair the first time, so i recommend you power off, then power on, then do the pairing by pressing both buttons. If you don't, it can sometimes just say FAIL, and you don't know what to do. cycle power always worked.
b) important note: when you want to unpair the watch, UNPAIR at the phone your paired to, and cycle power on the watch. This is the right way to UNPAIR.
c) DON'T hit both buttons as you would if you wanted to PAIR. If you do, it enters a programming mode and says UPDATING and will show to SYNC arrows spinning. You have to wait some time for it to exit this mode, and then your fine. DON'T be impatient and think a power cycle will reset it...it will get stuck then until battery runs down. It will recover after a recharge and be back to normal.
d) I think this is true for alot of these new watch phones...Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The bracelet was too large and it id not keep charge long. Overrall, it did perform well.Published 17 months ago by Daphne Lawson
Very disappointed in the product, the seller is however fair and easy to work with.Published 19 months ago by Amazon Customer
Its no easy to configurate with the cel, and very often lost the signal and the bracelet no works withPublished 22 months ago by Roberto Chávez
Don't buy this product as it doesn't do what it claims to do. It fails to connect with my iPhone after several trial. I've not been able to use it once.Published 23 months ago by Emmanuel Baba-Lola
Looses Bluetooth connectivity, must plug into charger to get it to pair with the phone again. Inconvenient if you are away from home.Published 24 months ago by B. Covert
I bought this so I could leave my phone in a desk on vibrate at work and still know if I was getting calls. The concept is good but mine needs to be charged a couple times a day. Read morePublished on October 31, 2013 by Rio Karshner
Now I understand why they took the picture from this angel. If you look at the watch from the side, it looks massive and not very attractive to wear. Read morePublished on March 17, 2013 by Ahmed Abogendia
We were hoping the band would sink up with the time on the phone so you would not have to change your watch during day light savings or when traveling, it would match your phone... Read morePublished on March 12, 2013 by Darlene R. Williams