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Smart Watch for Women,

(10 customer reviews)

55,82 $57,00 $

Smart Watch for Women, AGPTEK Smartwatch for Android and iOS Phones IP68 Waterproof Activity Tracker with Full Touch Color Screen Heart Rate Monitor Pedometer Sleep Monitor, Pink, LW11

delivery between 2024/06/27 - 2024/06/30
Brand AGPTEK
Model Name LW11
Style Modern
Color Black
Screen Size 1.3 Inches
Special Feature Time Display, Sleep Monitor, Email, Calendaring, Sedentary Reminder, Text Messaging, Alarm Clock, Activity Tracker, Pedometer, Camera, Notifications, Heart Rate Monitor See more
Shape Round
Age Range (Description) Adult
Compatible Devices Smartphone
Compatible Phone Models IOS 9.0 or above; Android 5.0 or above

About this item

  • 【Your Watch, Your Style】1.3″/33mm touch screen covered with a metal frame, sturdy and anti-scratch. The smart watch contains 5 dials readily available to choose from along with another 30 more dials within the app. You can also customize your watch faces. It can be any photo, such as your family, pet ,etc. NOTE: When there is a software update prompt on the APP, it is recommended to upgrade to the latest software version for a better experience!
  • 【Your Personal Smart Assistant】Activity tracker (pedometer, calories, distance), heart rate, various sport modes, sleep monitoring.,etc. Get notifications of Call, SMS, and APP messages(THE WATCH CAN NOT MAKE MESSAGES, CALLS or TEXT BACK, Bluetooth distance 8-10 meters), remote control of music and cameras, weather report, sedentary reminder, alarm clock, stopwatch, find phone, call rejection, brightness adjustment, power-saving mode, and other functions to meet your daily needs.
  • 【Long Battery & IP68 Waterproof】The smartwatch only takes 2 hours to charge and can be used for 7-10 days or 30 days standby time, much longer than most traditional watches. The fitness watch is IP68 waterproof, you can wear it when washing hands, in the rain(Note: Do Not use in water more than 100. 40℉, such as showers, saunas, spring, etc).
  • 【Safe Guard Your Health】Advanced HR sensor for accurate and effective heart rate monitoring, helping you better understand your health and making a reasonable adjustment to your lifestyle. Automatic sleep tracking can monitor your sleep status (deep sleep, shallow sleep, awakening) and provide a comprehensive sleep quality analysis to help become healthier. You can view the summary of your status in the fitcloudpro APP.
  • 【Overtake Your Expectations】The AGPTEK smart watch is compatible with most iOS 9.0 & Android 5.0 or higher smart phones version to notify you of call, text, email, calendar, and app notifications. The package includes:AGPTEK Smart Watch*1,TPU Silicone Strap*1, Magnetic Charger*1,User Manual*1. If your have any problem, please feel free to contact our customer service via your amazon account.
Color

blue, Pink

10 reviews for Smart Watch for Women,

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  1. I bought this smart watch for my mom because she likes to walk every day at the park and she counts her steps. It’s very easy to use My mom is 73 yrs old and she loves it.

  2. I previously had a Samsung Gear and liked it. However after 3 years, the battery just wouldn’t hold a charge. I looked around for another smart watch that wasn’t so darn expensive and found this one. After I received it I let it charge for about 5 hours. On that single charge I got 3 weeks of constant use!!!!! I couldn’t believe how long the battery lasted. It does just about everything my old gear did (when my gear was brand new I could only expect to get 2 days battery life). The only difference is the amount of watch faces that are available. Not a ton, but plenty to choose from. I highly recommend!!!!!

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     I love this watch, I do wish I could use google assistant/Alexa with it, but other than that its great! I really don’t have any complaints! I’ve had this watch for almost a year, the battery lasts as long now as it did the day I got it. I only need to charge it once, maybe twice a month! I got the blue one for my fiance and he LOVES it too! I’ve seen the other watches that are a lot more expensive, yes they can normally use the alexa, Google, Bixby etc. And can make calls on them, but the battery life on them tends to be not so great! I prefer this one, it’s affordable, it looks more expensive than it is, and it works perfectly for what I need! I highly recommend, we got one for both of my inlaws for Christmas this year, they had issues with the app and changing the screen.. don’t know if it was just a malfunction of those specific watches, my fiance and I both have samsung galaxy phones, his parents use iPhone. So that’s something to keep in mind.. still highly recommend! Also the band is SUPER easy to switch out, I normally use a scrunchy band (I make them, the last pictureshows what a scrunchie band looks like) that way I can pull the watch up my arm when I’m doing dishes, cleaning, etc. Hope this review helps!!

  4. Does everything a Samsung watch can do, except answer calls. You can see who is calling though. My Dr. was impressed by the heart rate, oxygen saturation and blood pressure feature. Yes, it’s fairly accurate. I’m a RN and I wash my hands a million times a day. This watch hangs with me. It has made it though showers and the pool as well. Even before I put on a screen protector, the face took some pretty harsh knocks without breaking. You can switch up the band easily. I would recommend.

  5. TLDR: I got much more than I expected for $43. The health monitoring alone is worth it, but the sports functions, the sleep data, and the ability to combine the data with google Fit, has been invaluable. I would consider this an excellent starter watch, except I have no plans to get a better one. It does everything I really need and didn’t cost a ton of money! I wrote this really long review to help people going through what I initially went through… I downloaded and installed and uninstalled so many apps, and purchased so many products that were unnecessary…. Summarily, give Fitcloud 24 hours to start delivering data to google Fit, don’t bother downloading any watchmaker apps (they wont work with this), and if you want a good screen protector, look for a picture that has the actual measurement on it. Don’t just order something that says it’s “for a 44MM watch”. It might be the wrong size, as actual touchable areas vary. I personally like the EZCO covers made for the Samsung Active 2 (although they don’t fit perfectly), that has a black border/bumper.—————-I bought 2 of these. One as a gift for my mom, and one for me so I would know how it works to help her with it. I have fallen in love with this watch. We have them synced with various android devices.I think some of the features need updating. I struggled trying to connect the Fitcloud app with Google Fit, only to realize later that it was just slow to register information. It took about 24 hours for them to start actually communicating. It is now synced up with google, and keeps track of my steps and various sport data. Unfortunately, it does not automatically transfer any other information. I have been manually adding blood pressure readings and sleep times into google fit, and have yet to see any specific oxygen or heartrate information appear there. However, with the continuous health monitoring, I’m able to look at the Fitcloud app any time for my current average BP, O2, and HR, which is really nice.Since I was generally clueless about smart watches, the first thing I wanted to do was customize this one. I was sad to realize only one face was customizable (and that it does not support apps like watchmaker), but I was able to easily use a photo for the background. I was also sad to realize that some basic customizations were missing, like changing font sizes and colors. I think this should be standard on the customizable face at least, but inevitably, I stopped using the photo-face anyway. It did not have enough data on it for “at a glance”. I’m now using one of the other available watch faces to accommodate that. Again, not my favorite color, but hopefully this is something they can update in future software versions. (It needs more digital faces, less analog, with more data available on them).So far, all of my health readouts are nearly 100% accurate. There is a minor variation in the blood pressure readings (vs a cuff reading), but not enough to be bothered by it. It was not consistently off either, but no more than 3 to 5 points in either direction, and honestly, I didn’t realize how much my BP fluctuates until I started wearing this watch. Those 3 to 5 points could just be one minute to the next.The sleep tracking appears to be accurate as well. Although I can’t say the exact minute that I nod off, the time shown in the app is always really close to my personal guess.The full charge on the battery lasted about 10 days before I needed to charge it again. I’m now on day 17, and it looks like it will need another charge right on schedule. This is really awesome, considering I’ve had constant monitoring enabled the entire time.I found the default band to be comfortable, but then the weather turned hot. I purchased replacement bands (22MM lug), and was able to install them without issue.I then started looking for screen protectors and possibly an adhesive bezel. While the watch face itself is 43MM wide (and really strong! but I bang into things at work a lot), the viewable area is 33MM, so there’s a good amount of black border that I wish I could dazzle up.I first purchased (on a suggestion from this product page) a screen protector designed for the Samsung Galaxy watch. I ordered the 42MM and was surprised to find they sent a 32MM piece of glass. I guess that’s the actual touchable area of the galaxy. I then ordered some galaxy bezels, hoping against hope they would sit on the outside of the glass protector and it would look great! but the bezel openings were 35MM…. so I ordered some more covers, and this time I made sure they were 35MM, but still, the bezel sat too high, and although it stuck to the watch initially, it didn’t take much of a bump to knock it off.Inevitably, I found some 44MM covers for the Samsung Active 2 from EZCO, which fit really nice. It has a black bezel already around it already, that acts as a bumper. My only issue with this is there are some air bubbles that reappear around the face even after I smooth them out. But it’s almost a perfect circle of air, almost looks intentional. I can live with that.I’m unimpressed with the weather function. I’m not sure if there is something I did wrong, but the information does not match my phone, despite having location services turned on and available to the app. It appears to update at midnight with the next days prediction, then nothing… Currently it is 78F outside, but the watch still says 89F which was the prediction for today. Our actual high was 94F today. Again, not a deal breaker. Just a side note.The music function has been pretty handy, but if I get too far away from my phone it loses the link up. I generally keep the phone in my pocket anyway, so the disconnect is a minor issue, but I wish the reconnect was automatic. I also have trouble re-connecting if my bluetooth speaker is still connected to the phone. I usually have to restart my phone to get things back to normal. For these reasons, I just try not to let it disconnect when I’m playing music. Any other time, I’m able to walk away from my phone and it reconnects without issue. Just the disconnect when the bluetooth speaker is connected seems to cause a problem.The stopwatch works as it should, but the timer is a little frustrating. Both features keep the watch on, and you can’t leave that screen without it resetting. This is fine if it’s for a few minutes, but it’s a little annoying that I can’t leave the face and have it keep going. For this reason, I don’t use them very often. My phone timer is better.Lastly, the sports functions seem to be really nice as well. These at least do let the watch go into sleep mode without stopping or resetting. At work, I tell the watch I’m taking a walk, and let it go for hours. It keeps track of how long I walked, how fast, how many calories burned, my step frequency, and a variety of other details, which it sends to google fit, who in turn awards me heart points! It also has an extensive graph that keeps track of your heart rate during sport functions. I can even view my most recent graph on the watch (but it’s easier to read in the app). Unfortunately, that portion of the data doesn’t seem to display in google fit, but that’s fine too. Between the 2 apps, I have a pretty good overall idea of my current state of health, and at the end of the day, this is exactly what I wanted.Hopefully I remembered everything! Ultimately, I recommend this watch 100%.

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