B3 Combo Smart Bracelet with Bluetooth Earphone LITB Buying Link: (NOTE: Price has just been reduced to $13.34)
B7 Combo Smart Bracelet with Bluetooth Earphone LITB Buying Link: (NOTE: Price reduced 2018-05-10 to 2018-05-17 to $17.99 — no coupon required)
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This is a very creative approach to solving the problem of answering phone calls from your watch without looking totally odd talking to your wrist and lifting your arm to your ear. Here we have two devices, which turn out to be identical except for their packaging and branding, that include an actual earbud as part of the watch/bracelet. Now they are very basic offering step count, distance traveled, calories burned and heart rate, but it’s the ability to grab these from your arm and put them in your ear for handling calls that makes this something worth buying.

Look at it this way. You don’t want to walk around with a bluetooth earpiece hanging in your ear all the time waiting for a call to come in (some folks do, and it really looks silly). It would be super convenient to have that earpiece on your arm (oh, and also double as a watch) so you could grab it when your phone rings and not have to dig for your phone, but be able to easily and clearly handle the call. The B3 and B7 offer exactly that. I’d suggest strapping this to your non-watch arm and wear your regular watch on your watch arm (a bit geekish, but better than having the darn thing stuck in your ear all day). Of course, you could skip the band and pop the core unit in your shirt pocket if you want. It doesn’t need to be on the band to work, just somewhere within easy reach. When your phone rings you grab it, press the center button to answer the call, put it in your ear, and you’re on.

Because you can get this thing around $20 or lower, you have no excuse to not try it out. Hope over to Light In The Box with the above links and try it out. Guarantee you’ll at least have $20 worth of fun with it, and you might actually find it quite useful!

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