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DEAL: Original Huawei Watch is Just $165 at Amazon Right Now (Updated)

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The original Huawei Watch might still be one of the best smartwatches on the planet (our review). Actually, no, it is one of the best. With its classic design, fantastic AMOLED display, solid performance, and and range of variations, I’d still choose this watch over some of the new Android Wear devices that have been released, even over the yet-to-be-released Huawei Watch 2.

Right now, if you head over to Amazon, you’ll find the original Huawei Watch at a heck of discount that drops the price to $164.88. That’s close to half off the original retail price and is borderline impulse buy territory. This is the silver with black leather band model, though almost all others are discounted heavily too. 

UPDATE: Hmmm, that $165 price is now gone. That could have been a lightning sale or maybe they sold through their lot at that price. Still, the prices on the other models below are good. $219 for the mesh version is a great price.

The all-black model with black steel band is just $249.99 ($150 off), while the mesh stainless steel version is $219.99 ($130 off).

Oh, and let’s not forget that the Huawei Watch will see Android Wear 2.0 here in the near future.

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Cheers David!
  • EarlyMon

    Introducing the original Moto X with the extra processor and notifications and time without having to wake your phone – “Revolutionary! Why didn’t anyone think of this before!” The press goes wild. Needs daily charging.

    Introducing the Samsung Edge with the promise of tailored data scrolling by without waking your phone – “Revolutionary! Why didn’t anyone think of this before!” The press goes wild. Needs daily charging.

    Introducing the smart watch. Extends your phone because you don’t have to wake up its screen because the watch has its own screen and separate processor – “Ha ha ha what idiot thought of this? You have to charge it every day! Rotf at anyone stupid enough to go for this idea!”

    Going to my next flagship phone this year – that’ll be the third one since 2015 with my original Huawei Watch. Don’t need the gimmicks on my phone, got them on my wrist and still loving it. 😀

    And no you do NOT need a smart watch. You also don’t need a traditional watch. Or mag wheels. Or anything else nice just because you happen to like it. 😀

  • socalrailroader

    It’s still showing $165 for me.

  • dblock

    I feel like a lot of people forget that smartwatches serve an integral function: to tell time. I wear watches in general, they help me to check the time in a quick and easy way, without having to take my phone out or search for a clock. With a smartwatch, I also get the bonus of being able to check notifications and such if I so need to. They also have less mechanical parts that can fail, and the battery is rechargeable.

    If you already use a watch on a daily basis, then smartwatches server more functionality than a regular watch. It’s pretty simple, if you ask me.

    • Kevin Vesga

      As a user of a mechanical watch, I kind of want a smartwatch. But as a person that is already annoyed with charging my smartphone, I don’t want another device that needs frequent charging.

  • gcforreal

    Try convincing someone that isn’t a tech enthusiast that 170 bucks for something that they don’t necessarily need is an impulse buy. This is one of the reasons besides not having a definite killer feature smartwatches haven’t took off, companies think 200 is a entry level price when that’s a hard sell to someone when you can get decent phones for cheaper ( Moto g series, Honor series) . I know someone will say some analog watches cost thousands but that’s not the same thing at all I think if companies want the general consumer to consider a smart watch the entry level ones should start at like 60 -80 tops .

  • enigmaco

    I own one myself the steel mesh version. Bought it through newegg with a 2 year warranty awhile back woohoo!!! It’s a great watch nice upgrade over the gear s2 I had.

  • drcaveman

    I’m not seeing the discounts here in NY

  • TheDrunkenClam

    If this had NFC I’d buy it. A little off topic, but Does anyone know why the LG watch sport has never been available on Google play?

    • Defenestratus

      Supposedly this watch has an NFC chip in it and they’re currently testing Android Pay with it for a future release.
      Key word: supposedly.

  • Guest

    I want an LG G Watch R V2. I still have mine and just changed the battery in it.

  • Suicide_Note

    No NFC = pointless to buy.

  • andrew rossi

    deal is no longer there 🙁

    • socalrailroader

      It’s still showing $165 for me on Amazon.

  • Synacks

    Deal is dead. I was about to get it too

  • Rich Dross

    Price jumped to $265

    • Pyrofallout

      Yeah I don’t see the price above either. If you go to other sellers there are lots even closer to $100 but I don’t know how reputable those sellers are and it’s not free two-day shipping.

    • p0k3y

      Back to 164.88 now for the Stainless Steel with Black Suture Leather Strap. Hurry!

      • Rich Dross

        I checked 2 min after your comment and saw the 164.88. Tried to add to cart and no longer available.

        • p0k3y

          I decided to get the used – very good from Amazon Warehouse for 130 with coupon EARTH10. I think that’s even a better deal and it’s still available now!

  • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

    Soooo is there any truth to the rumor that it has an NFC chip and Google is working with them to activate it? Because of not then it’s not worth it

  • If Android Wear wasn’t such a mess and borderline complete failure, I would really consider it at this price (and I have an iOS device). This was the watch I wanted as soon as it came out, but shortly after I had made the decision to switch to iOS so it was a non-starter for me, as I remember at the time iOS compatibility came later.

    Gorgeous hardware, though!

    • Duffman

      I know exactly what you mean. I’m looking to switch back to iOS when the iPhone 8 comes out this year and I already have an OG 360. AW is such a mess, I wouldn’t even think about buying another AW device even though I use mine every day. Apple is doing a far better job with supporting their watch.

      • Nw_adventure

        What functions is the apple watch doing that AW wataches arent ? Just curious..

        • PeacedOut

          Big one for me is the overall combo of functions, style, mechanical design.

          Functions: NFC, HR monitor, Bluetooth, Music, GPS, Microphone, Speaker, Digital Crown
          Style: Although an odd shape, it’s good looking and has a low profile design (i.e., not thick), and looks professional yet sporty
          Mechanical Design: It is waterproof down to 50m (not just water resistance), durable materials (metal)

          If some company could just match this, then Apple Watch wouldn’t have such a stronghold.

          • Fanboy

            Ah, Samsung, S3?

          • PeacedOut

            IP68 – Dust / Water Resistant (i.e., not waterproof) – So still missing the mark.

  • disastrousrainbow

    Unless if you’ll really wear it every day or need a stealthy way to use your phone, it’s the definition of an impulse buy. Heck, I got the Gear S2 for free, used it for a week, then was nonplussed about using it because I wasn’t entirely sure why I needed to when just whipping out my phone proved to be the better experience.

    • usrnamemike

      I agree with this 100 percent. I bought a 360 sport. Used it for a week and got tired of messing with it when using my phone was quicker.

    • Bryan Kolb

      For me it is basically just about not having to pull out my phone to see if a notification is important or not (though I have a Pebble Steel, so I don’t need to charge it as frequently).

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    • needa

      And it’s those days when you forget to put the watch on that you realize they are more trouble than they are worth. Thus leaving you with a $250 paper weight.

      • ShadyBrady

        A perfect use case scenario (imo) is how my brother uses his. He’s a cashier at a grocery store. He can quickly check his notifications to see if it’s worth responding w/o being obvious to customers in line. That’s about the only use case I see for a smartwatch.

        • Walter Partlo

          I use mine quite a bit while wearing gloves in my lab. I can check notifications, get info, do conversions, etc without having to unglove or contaminate my phone.

        • jonzey231

          Yep. My fiancee works in CS at a grocery store and although she isn’t wearing it that often anymore, she used her Moto X 2nd Gen exactly as your brother.

      • enigmaco

        Not for my job, I can still get my messages, emails, and calls while leaving it at my desk.

  • needa

    That’s a killer deal. Still not worth the trouble at that price.

    • Comk4ver

      I trouble would that be?

      • needa

        Daily charging.

        • TheKaz1969

          For me, I am charging my phone every day anyway, so to have one more device to plug in isn’t a big deal. But that’s just me…