- Size (LWH): 4.6 inches, 1 inches, 4.2 inches
- Weight: 1.6 ounces
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LEMFO Bluetooth Smart Watch WristWatch U8 UWatch Fit for Smartphones IOS Apple iphone 4/4S/5/5C/5S Android Samsung S2/S3/S4/Note 2/Note 3 HTC Sony Blackberry (White)
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- Multifunction: Dial, short message, phone book, call history, BT notification, BT music, Long-distance capture, pedometer, drink, rest, Altitude instrument, sleep monitor, anti-theft, power save mode etc.
- NOTE: IOS System does not support remote camera and viewing information,Android System support for all.
- 1.5" Capacitive Touch Screen TFT LCD
- Play the music in your phone (after Bluetooth paring)
- Compatible with all Bluetooth V2.0 or above enabled smartphones, tablets and PCs (support Android 2.3 or above)
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This item LEMFO Bluetooth Smart Watch WristWatch U8 UWatch Fit for Smartphones IOS Apple iphone 4/4S/5/5C/5S Android Samsung S2/S3/S4/Note 2/Note 3 HTC Sony Blackberry (White)
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|Compatible Phone Models||Samsung Galaxy Note 2, Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Apple iPhone 5C, Apple iPhone 5S, Samsung Galaxy S2, Apple iPhone 4, Apple iPhone 4S, Samsung Galaxy S4||Samsung Galaxy Note 2, Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Samsung Galaxy S5, Samsung Galaxy S2, Samsung Galaxy S4, Samsung Galaxy S3||Samsung smartphones, HTC smart phones, Sony smart phones, LG smart phones, Android smart phones||Samsung Galaxy Note 2, Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Apple iPhone 5S, Apple iPhone 4, Apple iPhone 4S, Samsung Galaxy S4, Samsung Galaxy S3|
|Operating System||Android/Android 2.3/iOS||Android/iOS||Android/iOS||Android/Android 2.3/iOS|
1.5" Capacitive Touch Screen TFT LCD
Time/Date/Week/Battery state display
Ringing reminder when you receive a call
Ringing reminder once your mobile phone disconnected
Display the number or name of incoming calls
Answer or Dial calls from your wrist
Support hands-free calls, phone book
Play the music in your phone (after Bluetooth pairing)
Sync SMS/call history(only for android phone)
Ring reminder when your Android 2.3 or above smart phone receive a message (including Wechat, Facebook, Twitter,WhatsApp, Skype,and so on)
Anti-lost alarm function: When cellphone left watch alarm automatically, after a certain distance to avoid lose the phones
Remote taking photo function:You can control your cellphone to take photo from your wrist. (only for android phone)
Altitude Meter,Passometer,Photograph, Barometer, Vibration
Touch Module yes Material
Steel + Silicon
English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Korean, Italian, German, Indonesian, Finnish, Thai, Turkish, Russian, Arabic, Swedish
about 1 hour
Music Play Time
about 6 hours
about 160 hours
about 3 hours
1PC Bluetooth Watch(With retail package)
1PC USB Cable
1PC User Manual
Seller Warranty Description1 month warranty for regular use, OEM Brand New Eco and Simple Package, around 14 business days to your place.
Top Customer Reviews
My first exposure to the BT WATCH was positive. This watch has a wide body, a thick bezel, and a decent-sized screen. The watch altogether feels like a cheap watch, but only because there are rubber and plastic parts were a nicer watch would use aluminum and carbon fiber. The weight of the watch is negligible and the watchband can be cinched nicely on the user’s wrist. No weatherproofing here, so you will need to watch out for raindrops and spilled drinks.
For a $25 watch, I was expecting a screen of nightmares. The watch features a backlit color LCD screen instead of any other screen technology such as e-ink. The entire front surface of the watch is touch-sensitive, with the bottom bezel dedicated to an older android-style set of Home, Menu, and Back buttons. To my great surprise, not only is the touchscreen responsive, but so are the capacitive buttons on the bezel. The display resolution is low, but readable. The included user interface sports a static font that seems to only allow 18×6 worth of text on the screen at one time.
A lot of smartwatches will chew through their battery life in short order, but this watch appears to handle itself very well. Screen timeout and brightness settings are very conservative by default but can be changed at will. I connected the watch to an iPhone and NVIDIA Shield Portable to check on Android and Apple performance and the battery lasted most of the 8-hour workday before it started reporting low. Daily charging of a smartwatch does not bother me, but this “short” battery life might be enough to watch out for. A power save option is listed in the watch menu and will grant a couple more hours of normal use by reducing volume, brightness, and device activity via Bluetooth.
As far as functionality, the BT Watch claims to have everything short of the kitchen sink. The watch lists options for:
Bluetooth Control of a connected smart device’s camera, email, text, music, and phone calls (complete with incoming notification)
Short-range “Anti-Lost Device” Mode
Clock Alarm Control
Ah, to dream.
Actually using this watch is a little bit of a pain. First, bring out your Droids because the BT Watch is not very fond of fruit. Specifically, the manual calls out a “BT Notifier” app that is required for alert notifications for email and texts, but this app only exists on the Google Play Store. Because of this, iPhone users are only allowed to use the Bluetooth music remote, Dialer and Contacts apps, and each of the other watch menu options listed above except for those involving a forward or notification redirect. Each of these apps work fairly well, with notable (but odd) standouts of talking into your watch, Dick Tracy-style (or if you prefer, Rusty Venture-style) and controlling music playback from a phone via the watch.
Note: Several iOS apps claim to be an equivalent for the missing notifier app, but nothing I was able to install on my phone was able to push or receive communication to and from the watch.
Android users have an extra obstacle to work through since the notifier app does not appear to exist on the Google Play Store any more. The watch has a neat feature where the screen will display a QR code that can be scanned on your phone to automatically open the Google Play Store page for the notifier app, but this QR code now opens to a broken link. With a little luck and plenty of patience, your Android device MIGHT be able to connect and push notifications to the watch.
Aside from notifications, each of the other apps work about as well as you can expect for what you are paying for the watch. The calendar and calculator apps technically work, but with VERY small tap targets. You will be very thankful that the screen is so responsive. The barometer, pedometer, and sleep monitor apps appear to just add extra “fluff” to the menu screen. The apps do not appear to be the most responsive or accurate. The alarm clock functions and the stopwatch are pretty hard to mess up, so I can give credit to the manufacturer for getting these right, at least. Now would also be a good time to state that since there is no “App Store” for a watch like this, these preinstalled apps are all that will be available during the lifetime of the unit.
One last mention involving syncing and connecting: By default, all phone sounds and music are routed to the internal speaker on the watch. I would have greatly preferred the option to allow only system sounds through the watch and keep all game and music audio to the internal phone speaker. And yes, opening the device settings page or iPhone control panel will allow a temporary shift of audio to the correct destination, but as soon as the music is stopped or Bluetooth pair broken for even a second, audio will go back to the smartwatch speaker instead.
At this point, it should be clear that this watch is not a strong enough device to take on Apple Watch or any of the Pebbles or Samsung Gear models. I look at this watch as an inexpensive “test run” on getting back into the watch-wearing habit. The BT WATCH has a surprisingly good screen, decent battery life, and earns a net positive user experience when using the watch in a watch, music, and phone call context. When a device is this cheap, a LOT of issues can be forgiven or ignored. Give this watch a try and if you find that having a smart watch is a welcome addition to your gadget kit, upgrade to one of the newer, fancier types!
"This product was received at a free or discounted price in exchange for my review. I am a technology journalist and pride myself on providing fair and honest reviews. Please feel free to ask any questions you might have."
NOW MY REVIEW
My expectations were extremely low as I awaited for this watch to be delivered. I have to say, though, aside from the extremely long delivery time and the app not working at all, this little thing is freaking awesome once you download the Smartwear app and can use all the features.
The size is just right. The screen is vibrant, and the brightness can be adjusted. The touchscreen sensitivity is spot on, and I have thicker fingers. I can manage the tiny keyboard that comes up when you reply to a text message. It does take some time to get used to scrolling fast, though. The volume is reasonable when playing music and talking on the phone. This is also adjustable. There are 5 ring tones. Pretty basic tones. You can select the watch to only play the ring tone, only vibrate, ring and vibrate, or ring then vibrate. The vibration is rather strong, so you definitely won't miss a call/text/alarm if you've got the ring tone silenced. The calculator and music playing applications work great. The stopwatch works great as well. I haven't messed with the pedometer yet. There is a calendar, but you can't add appointments or set reminders. There is a "sleep" application, and as far as I can tell, it's just a timer you start when you lie down to sleep and turn off when you wake up. It just tells you how long you've slept. There's an "anti-lost" app, but I'm not sure what it does.
The battery life, so far, has been impressive. I haven't been using it much up until today, though, because I just figured out how to access texting (the main reason I wanted a smart watch). We'll see how it does now that I'll be using the watch a lot more. It charges rather quickly as well.
The biggest issue I have is there is no option to have the screen stay on longer than 60 seconds. You can adjust how long the screen stays on before turning off (from 6 seconds to 60 seconds). I know the screen always being on would drain the battery rather quickly, but it sucks having to push the big button on the side when I want to see what time it is.
The rubber flap that covers the charging port is really flimsy, and it has already started falling out of the slot on occasion.
Now that I've finally gotten the opportunity to read and reply to texts on the watch, I've noticed there is about a 1 to 2 second delay every time I open up my inbox or click "reply." The same delay occurs when opening up the address book. It's very possible the issue isn't due to the watch, though. It could just be my phone's Bluetooth speed.
The instructions are in Chinese and English. The English is a little broken, but the main points are conveyed relatively well.
The watch has frozen on me twice since I've been using it. The screen freezes and the touch screen and touch buttons at the bottom won't work. The on/off button on the side doesn't do anything when it's frozen, either. I had to get a paper clip and push it into the hole on the back of the watch to hard reset it. This honestly wasn't too inconvenient as even my phone has a mishap once every 2 weeks or so.
All-in-all, I'm more than happy with this purchase. You can definitely tell it's not a Samsung or iWatch, but the $11.00 I paid for this compared to the $350 for the brand name watches is amazing. I would certainly not turn my nose up if I saw the same watch being sold for $50-$75. The only caveat to that is that I've only had it for about 2 weeks, so it'd be premature to review it's durability during normal wear and tear. I'm certain I'll be buying more of these bad boys for gifts. It's simple and inexpensive enough for a kid, but any adult will also appreciate the versatility.
Hope this helps!
Just incase anyone is having problems getting the app to work... after you download the app to your phone connect it to the watch via bluetooth then restart your watch and connect via bluetooth again. Now your messages should sync.
At least you will be feeding a hungry Chinese family, other than that, it is WORTHLESS
The problem is the battery. Neither holds a charge for more than 5 hours, even in the power saving mode.
I would have given it 4 stars if the battery lasted at least 12 hours.
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