Samsung Galaxy Gear down to £125 at O2 UK this weekend

Limited time offer on Samsung's first smartwatch

Samsung's original smartwatch, the Galaxy Gear, will soon be replaced and as such we're starting to see some deals appear. The latest is from O2 UK, where for this weekend only you can snag one in store for £124.99. That's a pretty hefty discount on the original RRP of the Galaxy Gear, and it's pretty enticing at that price.

Sure, you need a Samsung Galaxy smartphone to pair it with, but if you've got the right phone, there might not be a better time to pick one up. Hit the source link below to see the full list of O2 stores you can get one.

Source: O2 (opens in new tab)

  • 125 Pounds Sterling works out to about $230 CDN. Pacific Mall was selling the Gear for $240 two weeks ago and TELUS was selling the Black Gear (no other colours available) for some $200. Still waiting for another price drop. Want to install/test NullROM on the OG Gear.
  • Best Buy here in the state had it cheaper $149.99. O2 price $173.
  • £125 includes 20% sales tax. Which is added to all retail purchases and included in the price. We don't add tax at the checkout like the U.S. So add 20% to that $150 and it would actually be $8 more. Unless that Best Buy price includes sales tax (I really don't understand how the U.S. does stuff.) The point is; you can't convert £ to $ and come up with the answer. It's never accurate.
  • In my state (MN) the sales tax is 8% so that 20% calculation would be excessive. Posted via Android Central App
  • My state 6.85%, I thougt that was high. Wow 20% is theft. Posted via Android Central App
  • Welcome to the UK...everything is more expensive and yet our salaries aren't any higher. Posted via Android Central App
  • 24% percent here, generally
    14% percent for food
    10% for books, meds, tickets But healthcare is free, schools are free.... Salaries are low, but you cant get everything though - it would be called utopia then... But I still keep my Sony SW2 - looks, works and feels better than Gear. Sent from my N8000 using Android Central app
  • It's not free, you're paying with your taxes. Posted via Android Central App
  • I bought one for 150 best buy . rooted it and its worthless. Can wait for Google watch to come out. Posted via Android Central App
  • I like the Gear. Its speakerphone is really useful when I got my hands full. Posted via Android Central App
  • Samsung, if you are listening, bring this thing down to $100 or less, and make it work with my HTC One, and I'm sold. I would buy it today. A smartphone accessory like this should not cost more than the smartphone itself. I got my HTC One -- new, with contract nenewal for $100. Posted via Android Central App
  • You know you are not paying $100 for your HTC One, right? That $100 was the upfront cost, the considerably larger remaining sum, you are paying over time.
  • Before I renewed my contract I was paying 80.00 unlimited everything a month then I renewed still 80.00 everything and I got my note 3 for 200.00 so I am not paying anything besides the 200.00 so maybe he is doing the same. Posted via Android Central App
  • You are correct. Posted via Android Central App
  • Funny Posted via Android Central App
  • Galaxy gear smartwatch pays for my Starbucks:
  • When is this offer commin to UAE Posted via Android Central App
  • Already got mine with my phone upgrade - Samsung Note 3 (white) with Galaxy Gear (Black) and View Case (white). All free for £30 line rental for 24 months. Think it is an amazing deal and i'm very happy with the phone and watch
  • What I want is a smartwatch with NFC.. No need to even get my wallet out then just wave my wrists over the terminal, Jedi style, Posted via Android Central App
  • Saw them in Best Buy yesterday. Don't really tickle my fancy. Posted via Android Central App
  • Bell (Canada) has the Galaxy Gear (original) on sale for $99CDN + tax = $113CDN total in white, black, and orange. I just ordered one today just to check it out and see how it will go with my Note 3. Can return it if I don't like it. Posted via Android Central App