Save Big On Open-Box & Used Products: Buy "Sony SmartWatch US version 1 Android Bluetooth USB...” from Amazon Open-Box & Used and save 57% off the $149.95 list price. Product is eligible for Amazon's 30-day returns policy and Prime or FREE Shipping. See all offers from Amazon Open-Box & Used.
Sony SmartWatch US version 1 Android Bluetooth USB Retail Box
This item at this price, sold by Amazon.com, is currently reserved exclusively for Prime members.Prime free trial and invitee customers: We will automatically apply an Amazon.com Gift Card to your Gift Card Balance in the amount equal to the Prime exclusive discount after you become a paid Prime member. If you cancel your paid Prime membership or return the qualifying smartphone within the first 3 months of your paid Prime membership, we may void your Gift Card or charge you in the amount of the Gift Card. Terms and Conditions apply.
- Read all your texts, emails or social media updates; control your smartphone's music and much more
- Multi-touch color 1.3-Inch OLED display
- When a call, message or other notification comes in, your Sony SmartWatch acts as an Android remote and gently vibrates on your wrist to let you know.
Special Offers and Product Promotions
- Size (LWH): 7 inches, 4 inches, 2.5 inches
- Weight: 2.81 pounds
At just 0.3 inches thin with an easy-to-wear wristband or clip, SmartWatch makes it simple to stay on top of life in style with just a tap, touch or a swipe. Read your latest text messages, emails and status updates and see who's trying to reach you, even when your phone's at the bottom of your bag. Choose from loads of exciting new apps on Google Play to make your SmartWatch even smarter.
Top Customer Reviews
I am an IT guy and I have to answer my emails promptly. I work in an office and I get tons of emails each day and I know my phone constantly beeping with incoming emails can be annoying, and vibrating notifications weren't working for me either. So I was hoping the Sony Smartwatch would allow me to get my email notifications on my watch, thinking I would never miss something vibrating on my wrist. Well, it does just that. It vibrates quitely when I receive an email or text message or a phone call. I can turn the ringer off on my phone and nobody ever knows in the office. I can take a quick glance at my watch, decline a phone call or peek at the sender and subject of an email without the person I am talking to even knowing.
The things I like:
Style and Look: Except for the clip on back (more on that later) the design of this device is elegantly modern without making you look like a nerd. Really, if you pick a classic watch face design, and there are many to choose from in aftermarket software, it is a very good looking watch. With free aftermarket software, you can customize the look of the watch in many ways, the background color, digital or analog clock faces, the color of the hands, you can even put a photo as your watch face. The lady who sits next at work to me mentioned that she would love to be able to change the color of the watch to match her accessories.
Bluetooth connection: I've heard many say their Bluetooth connections are poor.Read more ›
I currently have widgets disabled because I noticed is slows the watch down and just have Txt msg, Missed calls, Call handler, Calendar, and Gtalk notify enabled. Just the txt messaging feature and call handling alone is worth it for me.
Sometimes the phone loses connection with the watch but most times if the phone is near I get a nice connection for then entire day. I really wish Sony would continue developing the software for this but I kind of doubt it. Sony has a habit of putting out technology and not really following through if sales aren't up in my opinion. I do see a lot of room for growth and I would like to customize the interface more but other then that it's a great first step in what will become the next big thing that's if Google glass doesn't steel its thunder.
Here are a few examples on how I use/enjoy my Sony Smartwatch:
1.Read more ›
I've had this device for over a month now, and while when it works it's great, its flaws drag it down terribly.
First flaw, charging. The device does not use the fairly standard micro-usb port when plugging it in. Instead it has a four pin charging cable that matches to 4 pins on the device. The cable is only help in place by the spring loaded clip that holds the watch to the watch band. Any jostling while setting the device down has the potential to break contact with the pins causing it to not charge. I've found it best to just remove it from the band when charging and even then making sure its actually charging before leaving.
Two related problems with the clip itself are the fact that the pin holding the clip to the device itself has come loose on me twice, though I've managed to slide it back into place, I shouldn't have to. The other problem is the fact the plastic loop the pin slides into is very thin, and looks as it could break easily.
Yet another flaw is the fact the device is extremely sensitive to vibration, and enough of a shock will turn the device on without the power button being pressed. Unfortunately with my job it gets many vibration shocks through my arm throughout the day, thus draining battery life considerably.
It also has the annoyingly frequent habit of losing connection to the phone, even when it is only inches from the handset, I do not exaggerate! This is perplexing as I've also been quite some distance from my phone and it works fine.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
After several tries the watch finaly connected i still think this is a very poorPublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
So did every one get a charger with there's and a wrist strap couse I didn'tPublished 3 months ago by zack
that was like a million years ago, i dont even know where my watch is now :) lolPublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
I couldn't get it to pair with my Galaxy Mega 2 disappointedPublished 4 months ago by phillip g washington