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Too Many Shortcomings to Overlook
Reviewed in the United States on January 13, 2022
I'm reasonable enough not to expect this to function like a $300 smartwatch. This was mostly proof-of-concept/trial run, with the hope that it would work just good enough to satisfy my basic needs.
I didn't expect a great deal of accuracy on any of this, but each function should actually work. Most did. Here's a quick rundown.
The display is big and bright. There's a nice number of dial boptions.
The step tracker is as good as my wife's Fitbit.
Pulse oximeter is close to my real one. Pulse rate is oddly way off.
The battery life is ok, but there's no way it will last 5-7 days.
I check my blood pressure with a real device so this is just more of a reminder. It's totally inaccurate but that's ok. I'm just impressed that they'd try.
The weather doesn't show the current temp, just the day's high. Odd.
The deal breaker is that I get NOTHING on the sleep function. Give me SOME kind of report, anything.
I would be ok with a $28 rechargable digital watch, but that is not what I purchased. If a product has other functions built in, those functions that should at least respond.