Phone Watch - GSM Quad Band Carrier Unlocked (no contract)

Phone Watch - GSM Quad Band Carrier Unlocked (no contract)


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Phone Watch
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Product Descrpition:

The phone watch has arrived! After the iPhone and TV cell phones it was inevitable that cell phones would be available to be carried on your wrist. This GSM unlocked quad-band phone is also water resistant, making it a necessity for wind-surfers, climbers, bikers and all outdoors aficionados. NOTE: Watch Phone should not be soaked in sustained water or submerged.





Phone Watch Tech specifications:

  • Frequencies: 850 + 900 + 1800 + 1900 MHz which means it will work with any AT&T Wireless or T-Mobile SIM card as well as any GSM pre-paid, post-paid or world SIM card in those 4 frequencies.
  • Built in EMAIL, SMS, and MMS messaging features.
  • It comes with 2 batteries, stylus pen, bluetooth headset, travel chargers for both headset and phone and US adapter, English user manual and 1 GB MicroSD card.
  • Screen: 1.5 inch TFT Touchscreen, 176 x 144 pixels with 65K Colors
  • Bluetooth: YES - Version 1.2, Class 2 (up to 33 feet)
  • Built-in microphone and speaker for true "James Bond" phone calls.
  • Battery Life: Talk Time: Up to 120 minutes; Music Play: Up to 4 hours; Stand By: Up to 48 hours
  • USB: 2.0
  • Systems: Windows 98SE / ME / 2000 / XP / Vista, MAC OS 9.2 or higher

    -----------------------EDITOR'S REVIEW-----------------------

    I've tried this multimedia 4band, water resistant phone watch for the last 5 days. At first I was a skeptic. It looks like a toy. It can't have all these features in such small space. After 5 days I still think some of the features are probably not for the most consumed cell phone user or Blackberry addict, but I was surprised by many other features. You can actually carry a real phone conversation by simply using the speaker and microphone. I felt I was in a Star Trek movie and at any time I was going to get beamed up in the space ship. The bluetooth headset works better, even if I am not a Bluetooth fan to begin with. I was disappointed with the charger, which requires a US adapter (which fortunately comes with the phone). It took me a while to figure out the correct attachments. Once I figure that out, you can't help wanting to use the phone without waiting for the recommended 24 hours battery charge. The phone is just too cool for school. It has a camera and video accessible from the outside buttons. It is a touchscreen phone and the stylus pen is inside the watch bracelet. I needed it as the screen is not large enough to use my fat fingers. Calling is easy, you just dial on the screen and the phone has also voice recognition. However typing emails or text is a challange given the size of the screen and the precision needed to guess the right letter with the stylus. I'm sure after a few months I'll get used to it.
    Bottom Line: Unbelievable gift. Everyone asked me about the watch. Perfect for outdoorsy folks. Would I use it for work? Not a chance. Would I gift it to a teen ager or someone in need of a spy watch phone. Heck, yes.


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