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10-08-2007, 09:31 AM #1Bluetooth Watch - Sony Ericcson MBW-100
I have a bluetooth watch .. sony ericcson (MBW-100).. and I have an Iphone. Is it possible to make these two things work together with a 3rd party app? If any developper finds a way to make it, I'll be very appreciated. I think there is a workaround to do this..
10-20-2007, 10:59 AM #2
10-21-2007, 10:49 PM #3
10-21-2007, 11:36 PM #4
I have skinny wrist, this watch is so thick its perfect for Sasquatch. lol
Its a cool idea though. But $399 ?
well, look who's talking, I paid $599 for the iPhone.
09-11-2008, 08:46 AM #5
i hate to bring this thread back up, but i figured it was better to search than create a new post.
i see the last post was almost a year ago now, does anybody know if these type of devices are now compatible with the iphone or still no? it doesnt necessarily have to be the sony models, but any bluetooth watch.
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09-23-2008, 03:59 PM #6
any developements? - I'll pay good money!
11-23-2008, 12:55 AM #7Review of LM Technologies Bluetooth Watch, LM957 Sports Edition
I looked all over for a cell-phone alert watch. I think a watch would be a nice way to notify me of calls with a vibration, because I dislike ringers.
If you ever get a Sony/Fossil watch to work, let me know, they have the nice "control your music player from your watch" feature that would be fun with iTunes. Somebody can make a lot of money with these for the iPhone.
For now, I finally tracked down (at stupid expense, from the Netherlands!) one of these LM Technologies, Bluetooth Sport watches.
I finally got it to link after I heard about entering "0000" as the PIN code in the iPhone Bluetooth settings – there was no mention of codes in the watch directions. And it did vibrate when I called my phone, cool! And when I walked away from my phone, it vibrated at about 50 feet away to let me know I left my phone somewhere. Neat.
But, I don't know how robust the connection will be. If it's a pain to keep set up or isn't really reliable, it won't be worth the trouble. And the watch itself isn't the greatest. It lacks basic watch features: no back-light, and no date indicator – I'm surprised and disappointed missing those. It's large on my thin wrists too but not heavy – somebody needs to shrink those radios and stuff.
So, if you're in the UK, you can order these online. I don't think they're sold in North America. The company also offers a simpler wrist bracelet which has the vibrate alerts, and is way cheaper and more available. That might be a better deal until somebody comes out with a real iPhone watch. Come on Somebody....
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05-02-2009, 04:25 AM #8
I have a bluetooth bracelet that vibrates when I get a SMS or Call or when i am too far away from my phone...
It is called the BluAlert Bracelet from ThinkGeek...and its not that big for people with thin wrists...
ThinkGeek :: BluAlert Bluetooth BraceletMacbook Pro 17" Unibody (Late 07) Leopard, Macbook Air 2nd Gen Leopard, Macbook 1st Gen CD Tiger, iPhone 3G 16GB 2.2.1
08-01-2009, 01:51 AM #9
08-02-2009, 12:19 AM #10
My LM Tech bluetooth watch occasionally displays caller ID names. Other times it's just phone numbers, I haven't really figured it out, but I know it's shown names a few times. I know it sometimes shows numbers when people are in my iPhone address book, so I've no idea what it's doing really. That's my input.
I too wish somebody'd make a phone that worked really well with the iPhone, with iTunes control and such. That'd be very nice (and make somebody a ton of money too.)
08-16-2009, 06:31 AM #11
Just to chime in real quick, I actually own a Sony Ericsson MBW-150 and MBW-100. The MBW-150 works stunningly well with my Sony Ericsson k800i; it receives track information, lets me change volume, shows me caller number OR name, if they're stored in my phonebook, and all as promised.
I have never tried to pair it with an iPhone, though I have access to several iPhones I could try on that I think I'll give a shot to. I also have access to a G1, as well.
The watch has really changed my approach to my phone. I haven't had a ringer active in years, and I know when my phone is ringing from the next room. It's really great and the MBW-150 Classic is gorgeous.
Will let you know if I get it working with an iPhone.
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08-21-2009, 02:50 AM #12It doesnt work with iphone
I just bought the mbw-100 and tried to pair it with an iPhone, but it doesnt see the watch.
It does pair with my Palm Treo Pro with Windows Mobile 6.1
I would really like it to work with my iPhone somehow...
08-21-2009, 04:11 PM #13
Ahhhh man I really want to get one aswell! If anybody does find a bt watch or anyway to connect please post as I know there only a few of us but it's still important.
08-22-2009, 03:59 AM #14
SIC! releases Bluetooth watch software | PhoneReport v2.0 - latest news, specs, reviews, interviews, and analysis
There is one software for S60 mobiles if it can be ported to iPhone
I liked this watch very much MBW-150 , MBW-100 and The LG Bluetooth watch and want to buy one
this one is for windows mobile
Download btWatch 0.1.8 for Windows Mobile PocketPC / Windows Mobile Smartphone - Notification utility for Sony Ericsson Bluetooth watch MBW-100. - Softpedia
if one of them can be ported
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08-26-2009, 12:08 PM #15
If it works, I'm gonna be very happy. I spend a lot of time in loud places so that will be fantastic. And very handy at work as well. I do a lot more texting than talking...
Thanks for the info...
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09-16-2009, 06:58 PM #16
As of 9/19/2009, if you have an iPhone, don't even think about buying the watch.
09-17-2009, 10:03 AM #17
Got the watch...it's pretty cool. Not to big, but bigger than I think most would like. It's gets in the way a little when I type, but I can get used to that.
Chinese made, so not sure how long it'll last. Same guts as every other Chinese Bluetooth offering out there.
I'm able to see incoming calls (numbers only so far), mute the phone and ignore the call from the watch, but the one thing that I really wanted that it doesn't have is the SMS alerts.
I guess that's due to the limited crap profiles that Apple allows us to have. Can't believe they don't open up Bluetooth, but then again, why should any locking down of the phone surprise me coming from Apple.
It's a good value over all if you get a lot of phone calls, but if you mostly txt, I'd stay away.
I'll probably sell this one if anyone is interested....lemme know.
10-01-2009, 08:09 AM #18
Hi all I to have the iPhone 3g and the sonyericsson MBW-150 and would love to use these together,there is a guy over at smartmadsoft.com called moneytoo he has already made windows mobile and android work with the watch I think he is the key here. I am praying he can do something.
04-19-2010, 02:55 PM #19
Hey guys with new Iphone 4 OS is there access to the bluetooth stacks that allow the iphone to work with mbw100
05-23-2010, 01:47 AM #20