The Windows Phone-compatible Vector smartwatch is on sale for 20% off

If you're a Windows Phone 8.1 or Windows 10 Mobile user who wants to add a smartwatch to their technology collection, odds are you've been looking at the offering from Vector. Right now, you can save 20% on the purchase of the watch when you use the coupon code HAPPYHOLIDAYS20. The watch has a base price of $299, and can go up to $399 depending which configuration you prefer. The savings appear to be valid on all the models, meaning you can save $60 on the base model, dropping it down to $240.

As for the watch itself, it connects to your phone through Bluetooth, and offers Bluetooth LE support. It's 44mm in size, so it's a bit on the larger side in comparison to some of the other smartwatch offerings. You'll be able to receive notifications for missed calls, texts, emails and more, and configure the watch face to your liking. A single charge is said to offer 30 days of battery life, which is far better than the competition offers.

Not sure if the Vector smartwatch is for you? Check out our initial impressions here, and then hit the link below to grab one for yourself. Remember, you'll need to use the coupon code HAPPYHOLIDAYS20 for the savings.

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Thanks, Thanh T., for the tip!

Jared DiPane

Jared started off writing about mobile phones back when BlackBerry ruled the market, and Windows Mobile was kinda cool. Now, with a family, mortgage and other responsibilities he has no choice but to look for the best deals, and he's here to share them with you.

  • I'm liking the look of this, I'm going to browse eBay, see if I can spot one even less costly
  • I need to see/hold one before I would dump $250 (shipping assuming) on it....  If your looking for basic notifcations, ther Pebble at like $60-75 will do what that can do or more (with the Pebble notifcations app installed) 30 day battery looks good but, not sure about the thickness of it. would love to see a side by side with a Pebble, Band 1 and this watch for thickness of it...
  • Eh, actually the Pebble is reported to not work all that well with Windows phones. There are third party apps that can do some of the functions, but doesn't it require you leave the app open on your phone at all times?  
  • Plus, Pebble products are horrifically ugly 
  • Yeah,they look like toy kid watches from the 60s or something.
  • It works pretty well actually and with all notifications, but you have to sideload the pebble connect app.
  • Horrible design. So beautiful :)
  • That's fine if you want all the health shít with it. If you just want a watch the Vector is a better bet. And it looks nicer.
  • Just ordered my Band 2... I shouldn't be looking at anything else from now on
  • I wonder how we contact someone to have a golf course added to be used on the band. Myself and many others would buy one, but our course is not available on it and after six months of contacting taylormade and Microsoft with no responses, I just have to give up.
  • That's a really good question. Just curious, have you tried uservoice? Even if only to have them create a request location for new courses.
  • Anybody else notice that the watch in the picture of the homepage ( is a working clock? I thought it was a nice touch.
  • That's pretty cool.
  • So I followed the link to buy the watch, and it took me to a UK site that only shipped to the UK and only took payment from a UK payment system. I tried to make it work but it would only ship to a UK address. So I went to Amazon, and ordered it there. I couldn't use the discount, but for me, the watch is worth it. Yes it does less than the Band, but I personally only want notifications and battery life, so the watch is perfect for me. It's shipping between Dec 21 and Jan 4th. Very excited!!!!!
  • Only ships to UK....what a huge disappointment.
  • what are you guys talking about? the .com site ships to USA