Lunch Time Deals: A Huawei Watch For $400

When you're buying your lunch today, you might want to take a moment and spend a little more. Gizmodo's Lunch Time Deals posts point out any particularly good bargains for Aussie bargain hunters around the 'net. Today, you can save yourself around $150 off the Huawei Watch, with Amazon's international daily deal running an impressive price of around $400 including shipping.

Now read: our Australian review of the Huawei Watch

The Huawei Watch is a beautiful piece of hardware -- I've been wearing a stainless steel one for the last few months -- and it's well worth even its $549 Australian price if you like the way that Android Wear works. At the moment, through Amazon's deal of the day, you can pick one up for a starting price of US$269.99, which after a surprisingly small international shipping fee translates to just under $400 in Aussie dollars.

The exchange rate may not be great at the moment, but it's not terrible, and this is a really good price. You'll find other Android Wear watches cheaper if you really want to, but this is the cheapest I've seen a Huawei Watch for. This deal won't last, so jump in quick if you're keen. Here's proof. [Amazon]



    I'm a fan of Android Wear and I really like my 360, but it was quite cheap so I'm pretty happy with the value proposition.

    The Huawei might be slightly nicer looking, it might have slightly better battery life, but for me there's still no killer app for any smartwatch - there's no way in the world I'd pay $400 for one.

      After buying the 360 gen 1 off an ebay deal at $159(after kickbacks) I certainly couldn't justify an upgrade. There is no reason to date to spend this much on a smart watch.

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