- Heart Rate Monitoring & Sleep Tracking: 24/7 heart rate monitoring allows you to check your heart rate anytime, and better understand your heart rate trends. Automatic sleep tracking can analyze your sleep data.
- Fitness Activity Tracker: with 6 different activity modes: Walking, running, hiking, exercise, rope skipping, badminton. The activity trackers can accurately record your sports data and all-day, such as pedometer, speed, distance, active time.
- Waterproof Fitness Watch & 30 Days Battery Life: Designed with IP67 waterproof technology. You can wear your watch in the shower, pool, and beyond. Large capacity and low power consumption design offers longer endurance. Itt only takes 2 hours to charge and can be used for up to 8 days with a standby time of 30 days.
Looks almost identical to an Apple Watch. You can upload your own background and adjust the transparency of it, in ADDITION to 7 other watch faces. You can also choose whether you want to show steps, cal, weather, or HR. Date and weekday is under that. Gives an accurate reading of BP, HR, and blood oxygen. Haven’t tried testing it under water but it’s supposed to be waterproof too! The watch connects to my phone automatically when I turn the watch on. There is sometimes a lag time with notifications, but that's normal. App shows battery life, and can allow specific notifications, alarms, sedentary/drink water reminders. Can connect the watch to phone for music and camera control. App is straight forward and easy to use. It tracks trends for sleep and heart health. I have not tested the sleep tracker. Watch also has a built-in calculator and stopwatch. Comes in a tamper-resistant plastic sealed box that is hard to pull apart, but that also means the cover doesn’t slip down easily. An extra charging cable is provided so I can leave one at home and take one with me. It was weird that the watch (that was supposed to be new) had vital signs in it when I turned it on for the first time, but I just factory reset it so it wasn’t a big deal. The one button on the side turns device on and off with a long press, allowing for an easier shut down compared to other smart watches, where you have to go into settings to turn them off. The only settings that you change on the watch is face, brightness, and language; everything else is changed in the app (which I prefer). I've noticed some "likes" and "reaction" notifications won't translate over and they show up as blank, but texts and comments (which are more important to me anyway) do show. Definitely my favorite smart watch so far. I’ve been using it for 15 consecutive days since the first charge and there are still two bars of battery left (had it on for about 8 hours per day).
Overall, I like it. The heart rate function does not seem accurate, but everything else makes up for it to me. I do have a thin wrist, but this watch fits me better than the Garmin vivoactive watch I have. This one has a little more length to the band.You seem to *need* an app to use the watch. It requires many permissions... But I think it's worth it in this case, because it will let me know when I get notifications. Instantly it'll vibrate when I get a Facebook message. Much harder to miss messages with this thing on, so I think it'd be a perfect thing to wear at work. I also think that the phenomenon people have where they think they felt their phone vibrate in their pocket -- that type of thing won't really happen with this wrist watch.I like that you can swipe through a few different "watch faces" for a different look. I also like that it looks almost like an apple watch... It doesn't look like cheap junk.I am worried a little bit about how long the watch band will last, but time will tell. Many watch bands only last a year or two. It may be possible to find a cheap generic replacement one online.Also, the downside of getting notifications on the watch is that if you go to "messages" on the watch, you seem to have to manually clear each one. I'm still figuring out the process for that, but I guess ultimately it doesn't matter, since my screen setup won't have messages immediately visible. It's more about just getting the notification via the watch vibrating that matters the most to me.Overall, I'd recommend it so far. I don't care as much about the "active features"... It's just to me an affordable smartwatch that helps with not missing notifications
This is not exactly what you’d typically expect from a smart watch. However, it is absolutely a fitness tracker. The time is set to military time, and the dates are European, but it’s not hard to get used to. The watch is great for tracking steps, heart rate, and blood pressure, and it does keep time well. The battery life is great. It comes almost fully charged right out of the box. Once you’ve found the app, it’s fairly easy to sync the watch to your phone. Overall, it’s not bad at all for the price, especially if you’re athletic.
I play tennis and need to monitor my heart rates and number of steps during the game. The graphic of this Smartwatch caught my eyes. The price is relatively reasonable so I purchased this Smartwatch. I’d been testing it for 3 weeks before I have confident to do this review.FEATURES:- Main features: Smart watch, Fitness Tracker and Heart Rate Monitors, health trackers.- Other features: Sleep Tracking, Calculator, 6-sports, pedometer, stopwatch, weather, game controllerCONSTRUCTIONS:- The smartwatch has a sleek design with the body consisted of some metals and plastics- The display cover is make up of a cleared anti-scratched plastic.- The black color band has a flexible soft rubber material- The sensors in the back of the smartwatch is water sealed- The bank is design to fit for both men and women or even kids because the sufficient holes are lining up- The looks of the watch and the band are more like for fashion than for sports.OPERATIONS/CONTROL FUNCTIONS:- Only one control button use to power up the device, the rest are touch-screen controls.- The Bluetooth pairing with Cellphone is simple and easy- The controlling APP in Google Play store is easy to install and use.- You can use the watch in 2 ways, either with app or standalone.- When using as standalone, you cannot save your data, but if using with the app, you can automatically save your activities data in your phone for later references.- The graphics are well design and appealing, with a dimmable brightness of displays.- Battery charges fast ~2hrs fully charged. I had been using this smartwatch for 3 weeks and only have to charge one time. It has 8 hours of continuous use and 30 days on standby.- I really like both the heart rate monitoring and the steps counting. They gave me the warnings when to slow down to rest and how much works I put in that day.- I slept over night while wearing the smartwatch to test the Sleep Monitoring feature and I was amazed how accurate is was. I guess it monitor by your movements. The Deep Sleep is when you reached REM (Rapid Eyes Movements) every 2 hours and the Light Sleep is when you tossed and turned.- The calculator is easy to use although the button is tiny as expected.- You have to be connected to your home Wi-Fi in order the Weather app to work.- The Stopwatch was very useful during break time between sets.- The Heart Monitoring of 6 different sports works quite well with accuracy between different sports.- The Gaming Console for playing onboard games was entertaining, although the on-screening control is a bit challenging.OVERALL IMPRESSION:- Overall, I really like the main features of sport monitoring, the looks/design, ease of uses and the fast responsive of the on-screen control of functions and features. So, for the durability, let’s see how long all these will last but for now, I like it and would strongly recommend this Smartwatch to everyone. With this price, I’ll will keep this one may be buying more as gifts for my kids. For this price, Tekpluze had done a great job to bring this product to the market with big saving $$$.Hope you’ll enjoy this Smartwatch as much as I did, Best wishes.