If you recall, Microsoft slashed the price of the original Band to £50 in the UK back in November last year. If you missed that deal, here is some good news: the wearable has officially dropped to the same price again.
It's exactly the same deal, as the Redmond, Washington-based company is also offering a free charging cable (normally worth £17) with the device. The deal runs through March 1, although the small and the medium variants of the Band are already out-of-stock.
Third party retailers like Amazon are currently selling the wearable in the range of £115 - £130, depending on the size.
They've reduced it because the band 2 is now out, not because it didn't sell. And what crappy phone you buying for less than £200
If it weren't priced like a phone then it would've stood a chance. Why would people buy peripherals that are more expensive or approaching the value of their phones?