Save 72% off a Martian Notifier Smartwatch via Neowin Deals

Today via our Gear & Gadgets section of Neowin Deals, you can save 72% off a Martian Notifier Smartwatch. Get app notifications, track your phone's location and more with this next-level watch.

What's it all about?

More than your run-of-the-mill wearable, the Martian Notifier Smartwatch is a next-level timepiece that seamlessly blends technology and style. From receiving app notifications to remotely snapping pictures using your phone camera, you’ll find this watch a boon to your personal productivity—not to mention a sleek addition to your accessory collection.

  • Get push notifications from any of hundreds of apps
  • Assign custom vibration alerts
  • Snap pictures using a remote trigger
  • Set up to 5 individual or recurring alarms
  • Receive alerts when you’re walking away from your phone
  • Easily find your phone by tapping a menu to call it
  • Access a digital world clock
  • Quickly check local weather conditions
  • Also available in red or white
  • Ships only within Continental US.

You can also check out this short promo of the watch in action.

How do you benefit?

Normally, the Martian Notifier Smartwatch retails at $130, but you can pick it up for just $35.99 for a limited time (ships within the Continental US). In addition, if you refer this deal via social media (below the 'Add to cart' button) which results in a purchase, you'll get $10 credit added to your Neowin Deals store account.

Get this (time limited) deal or learn more about it.

Not for you?

That's OK, if this offer doesn't interest or apply to you, why not check out our other discounts and giveaways on the Neowin Deals web site? There's also always a bunch of freebies you can check out and pick up here.

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