Magellan Echo Smart Sports Watch (Black)
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- Compatible with the following: iPhone 4S and later; phones with Android 4.4 and later
- Displays real-time data from sports apps on your wrist
- Remote control for sports apps and music
- Ultra low power, does not need to be recharged
- Designed for sports, ruggedized, water-resistant
- Everyday watch with customizable displays
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- Size (LWH): 0.5 inches, 1.8 inches, 1.9 inches
- Weight: 1.6 ounces
- Battery Type: Lithium
From the Manufacturer
Echo - The Smart Sports Watch
Participating in sports with your smartphone just got better. The Magellan Echo watch solves the biggest problem when playing sports with a smartphone, viewing and controlling apps while the phone is tucked away. Using Bluetooth Smart technology, Echo displays real-time sports app data from your smartphone. Never again break stride or stop to check your sport data from an arm band or running belt. At a glance, you can see distance, pace, heart rate, yards to green and more from sports apps in real-time.
Not inspired by your current song? Need something more up tempo? Echo gives you convenient control over your music. With Echo you can start, skip and pause any song so you'll never miss a beat.
Leveraging the power of your smartphone and sport apps, Echo leads the pack with connectivity and cutting edge features. Echo uses Bluetooth Smart to connect your phone and watch, putting the power of a smartphone on your wrist.
Let The Data Flow
While using your favorite compatible sport app, the workout data streams from your smartphone to Echo in real-time. At a glance, you can see your time, distance, pace, heart rate, par, yards to green and much more.
Be In Control
Remote controls make it easy to perform App functions like Start, Stop, Lap as well as Music controls like Play/Pause, and Next Song. Depending on the app tapping Echo's screen or touching a button lets you view additional (up to 4) data screens.
Plays Well With Apps
Apps bring Echo to life. Strava, MapMyRun (Hike, Bike,Walk, Fitness), Wahoo Fitness, iSmoothRun, AllTrails and Golf Pad are available now and other apps will be announced soon. Echo’s open platform makes it easy for developers and ensures compatibility with the apps of today and tomorrow.
Always on and ready to go. Echo does not need to be re-charged; it uses ultra low power technology and runs off a replaceable coin cell battery. No cables to lug around or untangle.
Time To Run
When you're not playing a sport, Echo is a stylish, water resistant everyday watch that displays the day, date and time. With Echo, you'll never miss another workout. Echo, ready when you are.
Top Customer Reviews
1. Don't pay more than $40 for it. It is all over Ebay for $40, and it is well worth the money at that price. Who wants to sweat all over a $350 iWatch or a $200 Pebble Time? I did not want a multi-tool -- I wanted something to display my running stats during my runs. If I'd paid the suggested retail of $100, I would not have given this 5 stars.
2. The ONLY reason this watch has such "great battery life" is because it is not connected to your phone all the time like a regular smartwatch. This simple fact means this is NOT a smartwatch by any stretch of the imagination. How it works is you launch a compatible app on your phone and from within the app, get the phone to look for the watch. Then you hold any button on the watch for 2 seconds, and the watch connects to the phone. You can see the bluetooth symbol light up on your phone when successful. In the utility app, for example, once you've chosen your watch face, 12/24hr time format, date format, screen inversion, and language, you tap the back button to save. Your watch screen then reflects the chosen settings from your phone, and the bluetooth icon on your phone goes gray (i.e. they are no longer connected.) It's the same deal with running apps.Read more ›
As with all these watches, when you have a cold start it’s going to take a minute or more for satellite connection (with your phone or iPad in the case of the Echo), but a warm start will get you up and running very quickly. There are a few differences between the watches, but you’ll really have to take a close look to determine your needs. I know when I purchased the Garmin laying out that kind of money was an actual investment. The Garmin can be immersed in water while the Magellan Echo is only splash and water resistant, but then again that Garmin seal failed. Garmin did make good on their warranty, but it was a hassle.Read more ›
The Magellan Echo Smart Running Watch seemed to be perfect because it worked with my iPhone allowing me to start, stop and monitor my exercise without messing with my iPhone 4S. This allows me to keep the iPhone 4S tucked safely in my coat pocket as I do my walks. Combining the watch with the free Wahoo app would allow this plus add the strap on heart monitor into the mix. And, for the most part, this worked well in tracking and managing my walks.
However, there are some strange behaviors that I don't completely understand. For one thing, the Magellan Echo app that is used to manage the basic configuration of the watch seems to fight with the Wahoo app that also has the ability to manage the watch. Some of the management features are the same in both apps (reversing the black and white on the display) some are separate configuration options. The Echo app allows the watch to show seconds on the display, the Wahoo app seems to turn the second display off. Since I want to see seconds when the watch isn't in exercise mode, this is a disadvantage.
There seems to be BlueTooth connectivity issues between the watch and the Wahoo app. After pairing the Magellan Echo watch with Wahoo, the watch seems to forget that it's been paired. Although the Wahoo app thinks that it is paired with the watch, the watch doesn't believe the same thing. The watch can no longer control the iPhone at that point, That means that I have to pair the two again prior to a walk--or at least ensure that they remained paired.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I disliked the watch because, when I received it, the box for the watch was wet, and the watch was on low battery and didn't allow me to do anything.Published 20 days ago by Amazon Customer
I love it now, but it was a complete pain to figure out how to link it with my phone. Customer service was not as bad as I had read about, but the way the watch syncs with the... Read morePublished 20 days ago by RK
This is the worst watch you could possibly buy. It doesn't do anything that they advertise. You can't control your fitness apps, just monitor them on the screen. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Chad
In practice there is only two apps for android, only for cycling and running, too simple. The official apps of magellan are only for settings of the watch, with no much options. Read morePublished 1 month ago by HERMES CONTRERAS
my grandaughter was running track when i gave it to her she loved it very muchPublished 1 month ago by Jim Quickle
Watch has work almost flawlessly with my Samsung S7 phone. It has improved my game by 8 strokes already. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jim Kloeckener