Sony Xperia Z Ultra and Sony SmartWatch 2 and Stereo Bluetooth Headset £612 [Deal]

So you really want a Sony Xperia Z Ultra with its elephantine 6.44-inch HD screen, right? But you really want a Sony SmartWatch 2. A Sony SBH20 stereo Bluetooth headset is on the list too. The trouble is that you only have £612 to spend and there’s no way you’ll get all three for that, right?

Clove say different though.

Sony Xperia Z Ultra and Sony SmartWatch 2 and Stereo Bluetooth Headset £612 [Deal]

The eagerly anticipated Xperia Z Ultra was announced with a price to match its screen size: £600. A lot of people said that it’s a great phone, but far too expensive. Including our very own Garry Clark in his Xperia Z Ultra review.

It was a similar story with the SmartWatch 2, rocking up at £120. It is pretty funky though!

Iain was rather taken when he reviewed the SBH20 stereo Bluetooth headset the other day, and they’ll set you back nearly £40 so that’s a third yes vote for this value pack.

That sounds suspiciously like a £148 saving to me. So there’s your wishlist fulfilled, just head on over to Clove with your 612 squids and let them do the rest.

Still not convinced? Here’s some specs to set your mouth watering:

SBH20 Bluetooth Headset

  • Size: 33.3 x 33.3 x 12.3 mm
  • Weight: 12.3 grams
  • Bluetooth 3.0
  • Multipoint connectivity
  • NFC
  • Micro USB charger connector
  • 3.5mm headphone connector
  • Controls for power, answer/call end, play/pause, next/previous track, and volume
  • Standby time: 200 hours (up to)
  • Talk time: 6 hours (up to)
  • Stream time: 6 hours
  • Battery: 110 mAh
  • Speaker type: 9.2mm dynamic, 16ohm
  • Ear coupling: Insert
  • Driver type: Dynamic
  • Driver size: 9.2 mm
  • Speaker frequency range: 20Hz .. 20000Hz

Smartwatch 2

  • Splash proof (Not suitable for showering, bathing, swimming, diving, snorkelling, water related work or fishing)
  • Easy calling
  • NFC capabilities
  • Versatile accessory ideal for the active person
  • Connects via Bluetooth to your compatible device
  • Transmits key information from the mobile device to the SmartWatch without the need to touch the phone itself
  • Can be clipped to clothing, bags or worn on the wrist
  • More applications being developed at all times

Sony Xperia Z Ultra

  • 2.2GHz Qualcomm quad-core processor
  • 6.44″ touchscreen with scratch resistant glass
  • 6.5mm thick
  • 8 megapixel camera with Sony Exmor RS technology
  • 1080p HD video recording
  • Front facing 2 megapixel camera
  • IP55/58 rated
  • NFC
  • MHL
  • Bluetooth 4.0
  • WiFi
  • 4G/LTE
  • MicroSDXC memory card slot
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  • the_prof

    Well, sounds like quite a deal if you have £612 burning a hole…

    That said, I didn’t realise the smartwatch was not water resistant! How can they make their phones water resistant, and not something like a watch!? This totally puts me off. Is the Ultra water resistant too? (specs don’t mention it at least).

    I have to say, the water resistance element of the phones would really make me overlook the screen issue, and I’d happily have one of these. I do quite a lot of water related things, so not having to have a special case would really make a lot of difference. I currently have an iPhone 5 with a waterproof case and a Pebble (which is 5ATM waterproof), and these do the job really nicely, but the case is a little cumbersome.

    • The phone is IP55/58 waterproof.

      • the_prof

        Thought it probably would be. Seems a bit bizarre to be able to dive in the pool with your phone in your pocket, yet have to take the watch off. I wish these manufacturers would start to understand that water resistance is an almost essential watch feature these days – I’m sure it’s not that difficult.

        • My calculator watch was waterproof in the 80’s. How hard can it be?