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Spiderman puts the Samsung GALAXY Gear to the test

Spiderman puts the Samsung GALAXY Gear to the test

On Wednesday 11th of December the new Samsung GALAXY Gear smart watch will be put through its paces by the worlds most famous free climber Alain Roberts, other wise known as the French Spiderman.

Alain will be climbing one of the most iconic buildings in the Auckland CBD, whilst snap chatting, being interviewed and taking calls from the public.

Alain has scaled over 130 buildings across the world the world including The Empire State Building, the Petronas Towers and the tallest structure in the world - the Burj Khalifia in the United Arab Emirates. These iconic buildings were all conquered using rubber climbing shoes, chalk and nerves of steel.

In Auckland, however, Alain will be equipped with the Samsung GALAXY Gear smart watch, which is designed to make life easy if you’ve got your hands full.

The smart watch holds amazing features that allow you to check messages and emails, take photos, answer calls, receive Facebook notifications and control your music selection all without taking your phone out of your pocket.

For the fashion conscious the wrist band is available in six on trend colours from Jet Black to Wild Orange, the 1.63-inch colour touchscreen is framed by a matte silver bezel making it easy to navigate through the over 70 apps available on the Samsung GALAXY Gear.

Samsung GALAXY Gear lets you stay connected, even when you’ve got a lot on your hands, which Alain definitely will.


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