Samsung - Gear S2 Classic Smartwatch 40mm Stainless Steel - Platinum

This Samsung Gear S2 smart watch lets you receive notifications from your phone and track your active lifestyle with the built-in S Health app., and connect them to compatible Android or iOS devices.¹ The comfortable leather strap can be adjusted to fit different sizes, and the durable body is water-resistant and dustproof. Keep this Samsung Gear S2 smart watch powered up with the included wireless charging dock.

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    What's Included

    • Samsung Gear S2 Classic Smartwatch 40mm Stainless Steel
    • Watch straps (large and small size)
    • Travel adapter
    • Wireless charging dock
    • Owner's manual

    Ratings & Reviews

    Overall Customer Rating:
    93% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (1988 out of 2140)


    Android and iOS compatible

    Samsung Gear S2 is compatible with both Android and iOS smartphones.¹

    SMS, calendar, e-mail and social notifications

    Keep you updated on day-to-day happenings.

    Simple navigation and clear visuals

    1.2" Super AMOLED touch-screen display with 360 x 360 resolution.

    Easy-access notifications

    Get notifications from your phone right on your wrist with a glance.

    Stainless steel case

    Along with a leather watch band ensures durability and an elegant look.

    Wireless connection to your device

    Bluetooth 4.1, Wi-Fi connectivity and NFC technology enables simple one-touch pairing.

    Weather app

    Shows you the day's and week's forecast at a glance.

    Use voice commands to call, text, make appointments, open apps and more

    S Voice lets you perform a wide range of tasks hands-free.

    ¹Compatible with select Bluetooth capable devices using Android OS 4.4 and later with at least 1.5GB RAM as well as iPhone 5 and later with iOS 9.0 and above. Not all features available with iOS paired devices.

    Gear S2 supported devices may vary by carrier and device. For a list of compatible smartphones and features, please visit For best results, connect with compatible Samsung Galaxy devices.

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    Expert rating




    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      A very different experience

      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      I've had a Samsung Gear Fit, then a Gear Live before buying this watch. (I've had the watch for about 4 days#. Is it perfect? No, but what is? But it is a better experience to me than either of the previous watches. I initially wanted a fitness tracker, but decided that as long as I'm putting something on my wrist, I wanted as much functionality as possible. I initially got a Gear Fit, but the screen aspect was too extreme, and Android Wear just came out a few days later. I returned that watch and got the Gear Live as soon as it came out. It was a big watch - kind of bulky. It attracted attention, some good, some critical. It looked kind of geeky, but it did a lot of what I wanted. However, with each revision of Android Wear, it became less useful. It wouldn't notify me of a phone call until at least a full minute AFTER the first ring. It became less responsive to voice commands. I broke two #expensive# cradles over the time I had it #there's a little latch that breaks easily#. I kept getting too many notifications and had a hard time dialing it down to what I needed. I liked the watch, but was losing interest in it because of all the hassle. I liked the concept of a smart watch, but not that one. Then comes the Gear S2. I had liked the Gear Fit, but was primarily worried about Tizen getting orphaned after Android Wear. With this new watch, it was apparent that Samsung is not backing down, but upping the ante. I got the watch. I also had a clearer understanding of what I wanted in a watch: -Easy to use - Wireless charging -Announcement of phone calls #when my phone is under a coat and seat belt, it helps. - Voice Dial -Voice text - Calendar notifications - Specifically settable notifications from other applications #such as some of my email accounts, but not others# - Heart Rate/Fitness Tracking. - Weather report would be nice. - Reminders would be nice. - Not *needed*, but I like it - control my phone's audio playback while working out. The Gear S2 hits all the points, although it's weakest on the reminders. I can do a voice memo and it can set alarms, which will cover the need, though I still want to see something like Google Keep - I like a reminder based on location #"Remind me when I get to work...."#. I find the user interface MUCH more enjoyable than Android Wear. There's a bunch of watchfaces, but my favorite -- BY FAR -- is the "simple" watchface, but modified. You can bring up an black dial with bright orange lettering, along with a date. It's incredibly readable in almost any situation. I tried the other dials that gave me battery level, temperature, etc. Simple was best. The voice command was initially a problem, and I think I have a part of it figured out: the second day out, my phone died when my battery went out. I charged it and immediately tried to voice-dial with my watch. It couldn't find any contacts, even though the contacts were in the watch if I did the dialing by hand. I tried factory resets, reinstalling the software, etc. I finally gave up, put it on the charger, and went to bed. The next morning I woke up, intending to take it back. On a whim, I tried the calling one last time. It worked perfectly. I believe what I've worked out is that when the phone came back up, it resynced the contact list #large#. It than had to rebuild the voice database, which took a little time. By just leaving it alone for awhile, it all came back up. The only other time that I've found that S-voice #the voice interface# is a little cranky is when the phone is switching from WiFi to LTE -- this was the same behavior as Wear, so I don't ding it; it's probably that lag when communication is switching over. S-Voice is good. Not quite as capable as Android Wear, but good. I've even had it give me a snarky comment if I said something out of whack, like answering "yes" when it wasn't looking for confirmation. It's not quite as fast as the voice interface for Android Wear, but it's not annoyingly slow. I expect to see it continue to improve, especially if this watch proves as popular as I think it will be. The included apps were very good. I'm not someone that wants to play Candy Crush on my watch, so a lot of apps really isn't too huge an issue, so long as my bases are covered. The apps that came were by and large very good. I've used Here Maps, and it's pretty useful. I like the CNN app a lot; Bloomberg is less interesting to me. The weather is just fine, though I'd like it to pull up a radar picture, like InstaWeather. S-Health is very good, and does what I need it to. The user interface is just beautiful. Especially with the rotating bezel, getting around on it is just fast and easy. It's also very configurable to put your most-used apps up front. The included apps have thoughtful touches, like a keyboard to dial the phone if you want; the ability to see text messages in a format similar to your phone. When paired with one of the best screens I've seen on a watch, it really is a pleasure to look at and use. I got the dark gray case. I like the rubber wristband - my wrist constantly changes sizes, and the band is consistently comfortable through the day. The watch is a little smaller than, say, the Moto 360, but it looks LIKE. A. WATCH. I'm a realtor, so I'm aware of how I present, and it looks good. It's attractive and not geeky at all. It draws much less attention, and when it does, it's usually because the screen is on and most people admire it. One other thing I like: the wrist gesture to bring it up. In my old Gear Live, if you moved your wrist and the watch woke up, it would be there until it timed out. #In both watches, I turn it off when driving more than a couple of blocks -- otherwise, it's constantly waking up# With the Gear S2, it will stay awake until it times out, or *until you drop it back down!* So if I quick-check the time then drop my wrist, it immediately goes off. Nice touch. The battery life is comparatively excellent. My Gear Live was getting about 18 hours between charges unless I put it in theater mode. With fairly heavy use #it IS a new gadget, after all!#, I have more than 50% at bed. This brings me to the charger. I never thought a charger would actually be pleasant to use. This is light-years better than most of the other solutions out there. It's a wireless charging stand. It magnetically draws in the watch when you place it on the stand to gently hold it in place. Charging is quick. The watch face rotates so that you can read it as a clock #a nightstand mode#, but I've not yet found a way to keep it on, even in ambient mode, on the charger. It just blanks out. Again, it's not bad, because moving the watch or tapping a button brings up the display to check time. I haven't timed it yet, but it looks like a full charge from 50% is less than an hour. PROS: Thoughtful UX - superior to Wear, in my opinion Quality Build Included apps are excellent Many deft touches in the design Does not look geeky Excellent screen CONS: Not quite as quick as Wear for web searches Limited apps for those that want them. #I don't care about this so it's not a con for me, but some do# - no speaker, no way to use it as a phone #not until the 3G version, anyway#.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars


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      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      I'll preface this review by stating this wasn't a purchase I made on a whim. I've been thinking about getting a smart watch for months, but after seeing the S2 and the reviews it was receiving before its release, I began to focus on this watch more and more. I purchased the watch the day it was released and though I'm certain there are facets to the watch that I may have not discovered, I feel I can provide some insight to those considering making a purchase. First, I'll tell you I'm a man with smaller wrists. As such, a lot of the watches that I've looked at had proportional issues once placed on the wrist. This watch fits perfectly and looks great. I also wasn't a fan of how thick some of the smart watches look and I feel this watch doesn't look excessively thick on the wrist either. Size-wise, it's perfect. Placing it on the wrist, I will concur with those who have stated the wristband is extremely comfortable. I wear it all day with no issues or discomfort. It feels great. The two buttons are intuitive enough and as many have stated, the rotating bezel is brilliant. The bezel combined with the touch screen allows for quick app finding and feels like an ideal method to use on a watch. I have no doubt others will be copying this format very very soon. Battery is good, but falls short of the 2 day estimate provided by Samsung. I think of the battery rating as the same as estimated gas mileage when a car is purchased. You'll never attain the MPG's they claim, and frankly I don't expect to get the same battery life out of the watch. Having said that, you will easily get a full day to a day and a half of use out of the battery. Since I charge my phone every night, I don't have an issue charging the watch every night. I actually wore the watch last night, wanting to take advantage of the sleep monitor. A note to those who are considering buying this. You'll want to turn off the function that activates the screen when your wrist is turned. It was like a spotlight in the room every time I adjusted my sleep position. It took a couple of minutes (likely because it was the middle of the night and my brain wasn't working) to locate the function to turn that off. It's a function that will be turned off every night, and turned back on in the morning. I'm wondering if they can put it on a timer at some point with an update as that seems like it would be ideal. Apps are for lack of a better word, sparse. There are a number of clock faces that come stock with the watch, and there are quite a few more to shop through. Some are free and some cost a buck or two. Apps are downloaded from the phone and synced to the watch. There are different categories (Health, Finance, Lifestyle, Entertainment, etc). Some of the categories as of this writing had ONE app in the category. ONE. I really don't feel like I need a lot of apps for the watch as what I wanted it for comes stock with the device, but even so, the app store was surprisingly limited. When I synced my phone to the watch, I was told I would need to use the Samsung messaging app on my Note 4 Edge. Bummer. I had tried out that messaging app when I first got my phone and didn't find it all that great. There was nothing inherently wrong with it, it just lacked a lot of the customization that other apps I prefer have. So, I did switch to the Samsung messaging app and it really hasn't bothered me. It does sync my Gmail accounts and I do get my texts and emails on my watch now. I've also used the small T9 keyboard on the watch to reply to messages but it's far from the ideal way to do so. There is a microphone button to dictate a text back and I do prefer that method if I don't pull my phone out of my pocket to use that instead. So I guess it comes down to this...Would I buy it again and is it worth the price I paid for it? My answer to that is a resounding...yes. I hope Samsung continues to develop Tizen. The app store has me underwhelmed, but the watch and its hardware are excellent and have met or exceeded my expectations thus far. It's not perfect, but what really is? For those considering buying this watch, I would say this watch is recommended. I'll provide further updates after I've had a bit more time with the watch.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Great smart watch with nice features.

      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      I was looking at this smart watch ever since it came out and was waiting for any store to have it. I like the Samsung Gear S2 Classic over the regular version because it looks a little fancier. Having had this watch for a few weeks now I can say that it works very well. Here are some of the pro's. -My biggest need for this watch was to get notifications that I was missing on my phone. The vibration on the last few generations of smart phones has been terrible and I miss calls and texts all the time. The Gear S2 watch has solved that problem for me. I was able to configure just the notifications I wanted (calls, texts, emails, calendar, etc.) and skip the others that are less important that I can get to later (facebook, instagram, etc.) - The other fantastic feature is the screen and the interface. This is the only watch that uses a rotating bezel to navigating menu options. This IMO is much better solution over Apple's little side dial. The battery life is also fantastic. I am able to use the watch for 2 days on a single charge. Finally the fitness tools are pretty good. There is a setting to track your heart rate throughout the day the only caveat is that the watch needs to be pretty tight on your wrist which some people might not like. I have also used it to go running and it does a good job of tracking heart rate throughout the run as well steps and distance. If you take your phone with you it will also use the phone's gps to track your path. All of this goes into Samsung's S Health app which isn't as good as some of the other apps out there and I don't think you can access your data outside of the phone which is problematic. - The leather band is also very good. When you first get it is a little stiff but after wearing it for a couple of weeks it works very nicely. Additionally, it uses a standard band which makes it easy to switch it out for a different band of your choosing. The watch isn't perfect either. Here are some of the cons. - The watch OS is not android wear. Samsung decided to go with their own Tizen OS. The problem with this is that the list of available apps is a little limited at least for the time being. It isn't much of a problem for me but it is something to keep in mind. -Limited set of watch faces. This is the same problem as above. There are a fair number of options but it's not huge. There are also some nice customization options for each watch face. - No google maps. Same as above. You Here Maps instead. I personally don't like it and I think the screen is too small for maps. The phone is a better choice for navigation in my opinion. - The phone uses S Voice over Google Voice. I really would have preferred Google voice here. I have found Google Voice to be much better. The voice feature is helpful for responding to text messages on your watch and looking up info. Given the pro's and the cons I really like the watch. Overall the watch is great but doesn't hit 5 stars because of some of the cons listed above.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Liking it so far


      Have been using the Gear S2 for about a week. So far, it is fulfilling my needs and wants without a glitch. I got the Classic. I love the look and feel. Very comfortable on my wrist, just like an ordinary watch. I originally purchased a Fitbit Surge, but the face was just not bright enough for me (not to mention its almost ugly). The brightness of the Gear S2 can be adjusted to whatever I want. A very sharp and clear display. Any problems I have had with the watch have been user error. At first, I thought I had to either have the face on 24/7, or only when I turned my wrist. I didn't like that; talked to the Samsung rep and learned how to set the watch to turn the face on only when I push the button. Love that. I have read reviews complaining about the speak to text feature. I have no complaints. I use it to compose text messages and it works very well for me. I have also read complaints about the heart rate (HR) monitor. There are two settings for the monitor. One for when you are at rest, and one for exercising. I found out today that the at rest monitor setting is VERY inaccurate if you try to use it while exercising. When used property (at rest setting when at rest, and exercise setting when exercising - duh.) I find it to be accurate enough for my needs. Within 3 or 4 (or less) bpm as compared to manual checking. I also compared it today to the monitor on the treadmill at the club. Within 2 or 3 (or less) bpm. Regarding the exercise settings, I have just used the "walking" mode. I was quite surprised today when I used the walking setting while using the treadmill. The treadmill read 0.50 mile, and the Gear S2 read 0.49 mile. I have no idea how the Gear S2 got that right. I mean, I was walking in place on the treadmill (i.e., no gps going over land). I had entered my personal profile in the "S Health" settings, but there is no entry for length of stride. It is a mystery to me how it was so accurate, but I'm not complaining. Ah, I just thought of something. When I go on long walks, I sync the Gear S2 with my phone and the S Health app on my phone uses the phone GPS. My guess is that the Gear S2 learned by stride length that way (counted my strides over time, divided strides into GPS length, and got stride length.) Now, the step counter. I have "tested" it several times by walking 100 steps and then checking it. Always within a step or two. With that said, I have noticed that the steps do not always register instantly (i.e., if looking at the face while walking, you do not see each step ticking off), but they do register periodically, apparently from an internal counter. I love how the watch vibrates whenever I get a text message and when the phone rings. I often don't hear my phone when it is in my pocket, so the alert on the watch is very helpful, not to mention that I can then simply glance at the watch to see if the message or call warrants me grabbing my phone. I have read complaints about not enough apps. I couldn't care less. It has all i need and want. Battery life - I will be charging the watch every night most likely, just like my phone. Battery is enough for my daily use. I love the fact that Best Buy gives me two weeks to return this. I still have a week to go to fully make up my mind, but so far it is looking like this is a keeper. BTW, 4 stars instead of 5 simply because I haven't used it long enough to be sure there isn't something to complain about.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Great especially for Samsung users

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      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      After looking through reviews, watching videos, and asking friends for their opinion, I ultimately chose the classic gear s2 as my smart watch choice. I have had the s2 since June 30th 2016. The deciding factors were compatibility, functionality and design. Compatibility: I am a Samsung user. My phone and tablet are both samsung. I have used, know, and enjoy this brand. Naturally a Samsung made watch will ultimately be most compatible with a phone of the same maker. Yet even if you aren't a Samsung user, the gear s2 will work with other android phones. I personally enjoy the s health app so when I saw that the watch could directly correlate with the phone app I knew it would be great for my work outs or just daily walking around. I love that as soon as I connect my phone to my watch all of the data from the day is instantly synced. You are able to pick the excersize too so that you can track exactly what sort of cardio you're doing at the time. Functionality: Not only is this watch excelent for those who want to track their progress, you can also track your caffeine and water intake. There is an alarm feature and calander app which also correlates with your phone so that you dont have to worry about your phone going off perhaps during meetings or other quiet events. The watch will simply buzz quickly to let you know. It's so discreet too just look at your watch and swipe the notification away when you're done. Same with text! The gear s2 allows you to view incoming texts and even pictures all without phone in hand. There's a weather app along with several other useful apps that really help when you can't access your phone. Design: I absolutely love the classic over the sport. It makes me so glad that I opted for a smart watch instead of a normal analog watch. The display allows you to change the background watch face so that you have TONS of options for a home screen. So some at a glance it looks like a normal watch! It can also give you the date and pedometer off the main screen as well. As far as the outer wear I also love it. It really does look like a classic watch. The bands can even be switched with a normal watch band so that you can always add a chain, rubber, or different color leather band if the one provided doesn't do justice to your style. All in all I am very happy with thus purchase and if ever I felt the need to upgrade I would surely go with samsung again.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars


      • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

      I purchased this watch the day it was released. I love finish of the metal. I read somewhere that they coat the exterior in a black ceramic. The bezel action is ingenious! I love that apps are a turn to the right and notifications are a turn to the left. The first turn to the right, has an apps button. The first item in that button is to close recent apps. I really like that as well. I don’t care for the leather band. I prefer bands that don’t have buckles and I don’t like it when leather gets creases. I wish Samsung would release more bands preferably matching metal or ceramic bands for the classic watch. My battery lasts almost a full 4 days on a single charge. That’s a fantastic battery life in my opinion! The fastest way to type is by voice and it’s fairly accurate. The default keyboard is like the one that is in non-smart phones. Once a person gets used to it, it can be quick. There is also a rotating alphabet keyboard. It’s gimmicky, but fun to play with. It seems to be the least efficient keyboard. Some of the apps work great, and some of the ones from the app store don’t work. The music controls work for any music app that is currently running on the phone. I am looking forward to more working apps in the store. I wish Google now were available on this device as I am not as comfortable saying “go to the internet to see what the score for…” Rather than to say “what’s the score for…” S voice is much better than in the past, however it doesn’t do a good job at recognizing proper names when I’m trying to call someone. I tested the heart rate app next to a tracker I currently own. The heart rate was within a beat of each other. I wish there was an available setting to where we could select the interval for the auto check. I would like to set it to be more frequent. The steps I believe are more accurate on the S2 as my other tracker also recognizes arm movements as steps. I do wish it would also recognize the sleep rather than it being manually input on the S Health app. It can be done as my other tracker does it nicely. Samsung would do it a great service by updating a few features and also apps. I know I’ve mentioned a few things that I believe it can do better, but all in all, I love this watch. It’s a great, innovative device with a fantastic battery.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      This Watch is Awesome!!

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      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      So, I finally gave in and bought a smartwatch. Been wanting one for quite some time now, but I've been very skeptical of how new the technology is. Now, don't get me wrong, I still have my qualms. For instance, the actual texting feature has proven a tad bit difficult to pick up. It's like going from a Samsung S6 Edge+ to a Motorola Razr in this sense, but just in the keyboard. I feel like I'm back to T9-style texting. However, in defense of this, I'll say messaging also has preset responses that are easy to navigate and a voice texting feature. Also, I'm missing some apps on it (like Facebook and such). Not saying they're even out there yet in the app store, which is part of my issue. I'd like a better bunch of apps. Finally, the watch doesn't have a loudspeaker or anything to play sound. I'm okay with this, but without a bluetooth headset, you're going to lose some functionality. Overall though, the setbacks aren't as bad as I thought. The technology is solid, just needs a few tweaks. Hopefully when the next generation comes out, we'll see some various changes for the better. Until then, this is a great watch. There's so much to do and experience on it. I've only had it for under 72 hours and I already feel as though I couldn't go back to a regular watch again. I'd be trying to switch screens on my Citizen's watch and using the bezel as well...a rotating bezel instead of an actual solid bezel. Haha. It's a great watch overall and I'm happy with my purchase. The only other issue I'll say is an expansion on a previously touched-upon subject: that the next generation will probably be out by October's end (if not late September). I got tired of waiting, but it is an option to consider before spending this amount of money. Since on the topic, I'd say that better options for exchanging should be made available (maybe there are and I just don't know it yet). Like when you get a new phone, sometimes there are promotions that reward you a $150 or $200 credit or something if you trade-in your old one. I'll be interested to see those types of deals when the next generation comes out. Again, until then though, this is a great watch to own.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Decent upgrade from the gear s

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      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      First off when buying this watch understand that its going to be a trade off. Determine if the trade off is worth it. I owned the gear s so this comparison is based off the two. Pros- the screen and picture quality is crisp. The round bezel makes the watch faces look more like a real watch and less like a mini computer straped to your wrist. The processor is faster and allows updates and messages to run smoother. The heart rate monitor is also more effective and doesnt require you to stand completely still without movement. This is due to the watch having two HR sensors instead of one. I also like how it randomly takes my HR and lets me know where my levels are. The s health works better when linking up with your samsung mobile device. It keeps track of your daily activities and graphs them in a pie chart showing what percentage was spent walking, running, etc. You can now use a keyboard to reply to text messages instead of using preset messages. The mobile updates on the watch are also alot more descriptive. For example the old gear s would show who was texting you but would not show you the message unless you opened it up. Messages now show the persons picture, name and full message. The screen also has facial recognition so the screen doesnt come on everytime you move your wrist. It detects movement in combination with your eyes to determine when to turn the screen on. This is a big upgrade from the gear s which came on with every little movement you made. The battery life is about 3 days if used normally and docking the watch to recharge is a big step up from the piggyback setup on the gear s. Simply set it on the dock and walk away. There are no wires to connect to the watch its self. Cons- You can no longer make calls from your watch. The gear s allowed this and the call quality was not bad considering you were talking into a watch. There is also no camera lense on the watch which wasnt that big of a deal because the quality wasnt all that great to begin with on the gear s. One of the biggest disappointing features with the s2 is the watch lacks a sleep tracker. The gear s had a sleep tracker that detected movement and would tell you how long you were asleep and out of those hours how many of them you actually slept. This watch offers no sleep tracker at all and while there are apps you can download to help i have yet to find one that runs smoothly enough to be worth payment. The watch also seems to drop Bluetooth connection and go into stand alone mode quite a bit. Most of the time the s2 just needs to be reset. Hopefully future updates will fix this problem. The leather band that comes with the watch is cheap and wears out fast. Thankfully the band is easily interchangeable with many aftermarket bands and I've found that a stainless steel band looks the best with this watch. I was kinda on the fence about getting this watch and giving up my sleep tracker but at the end of the day im glad i did and have no regrets. No watch will be perfect but this watch is definitely a step in the right direction. At the end of the day outweigh the pros and the cons to determine if this watch is right for you.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    What experts are saying

    Rating: 3.7 out of 5 stars with 8 reviews

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