- Size (LWH): 0.04 inches, 0.04 inches, 0.04 inches
- Weight: 1.6 ounces
- Minimum Rated Talk Time: 48 hours
- Minimum Rated Standby Time: 72 hours
Sony SWR50 1.6-Inch Transflective Display SmartWatch 3 for Android wear Android 4.3 and onwards - Black
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- Black Classic Band, Water Protected, IP68 rated. 2 days battery life.
- Sensors: Ambient light sensors, Accelerometer, Compass, Gyro, GPS.
- Notifications, Voice Commands, Lifelong, Impressive stand-alone functions
- Powered By Android Wear - Useful information when you need it, Apps for everything
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Information That Moves With You
Powered by Android Wear
Contextually aware and smart, Android Wear gives you useful information at a glance and responds to your voice, feeding you relevant and specific information as you move.
Tell SmartWatch 3 SWR50 what you want, and it will do it. Use your voice to search and find anything from weather reports and travel information to calendar reminders. Search. Command. Find.
Wherever your fitness takes you, the iFit® GPS app for Android Wear tracks your distance, speed, elevation, and heart rate. All of your workout stats are saved and available to view on iFit.com.
Impressive Stand-Alone Functions
Even without your smartphone, SmartWatch 3 SWR50 is a fun and useful accessory. You can fill it with music to take with you if you’re going for a run.
The Way You Like It
Whatever your lifestyle, SmartWatch 3 SWR50 can be made to suit it. You can choose from a range of wrist straps—formal, sophisticated, casual, vibrantly colored, styled for fitness—all made from the finest materials.
Discover the Details
Designed to perform and impress, this smartphone watch delivers a groundbreaking combination of technology and style. Downloadable apps let you customize your SmartWatch 3 SWR50 and how you use it.
· Kit Contents: 1 Wrist Strap, Core Unit (Removable), USB Cable, Quick Start-Up Guide
· Display: 1.6” Transflective Display, 320 x 320 Pixels
· Color Choices (Wrist Strap): Black, Lime, Pink, White
· Requirements: Android 4.3 and Later, SmartWatch 3 AppAdditional: Waterproof, 48-Hour Battery Life
Top Customer Reviews
I have had for just over a week, and I do plan to update my experiences as time goes on.
Update-7/22/16: I have had my watch for almost a month now, and here are more of my thoughts.
I don't really track my fitness anymore, so I can't update on the GPS. The battery life is roughly one day now that I have been using ambient mode and a changing watchface. I would also like to note that I don't use a lot of games, apps, etc. during the day, I usually just get notifications. You should probably be aware of that if that is something you would be using a lot. So, if you are in a dark room, I would turn that off while you are in there to get more out of your watch. I haven't really noticed anything out of the ordinary, but if I do, I will do an update.
1.This con I do not know who do blame it one, but I will address it anyway. I have used MapMyFitness for a while and it was a plus that it is compatible with Android Wear. Out of the three or so times, I have tracked a workout, one of them did not track my route.
2. The last con I have is the charging port. I do not care that is has a flap over it, but the flap bent the first time I charged the watch and I think the waterproofing is compromised a little because of it. I may be wrong, though.
3. Proprietary band- although the band is comfortable, you need to buy an adapter to use any other one. This one is indeed obvious, but I felt is was necessary.
1. Band-The band is very comfortable and is able to fit small wrists. The clasp is nice, too.
2. Battery life-The battery life is great. I lost only 40% one day and another I only lost 20%. Especially if you don't get a lot of notifications
and use GPS a lot, you could get probably up to 3 days.
3. Readability-The screen size is perfect and is (although washed out) easy to see in direct sunlight. I actually really like the square screen shape as well.
4. Fast-It is very, very, very snappy. The only lag I experienced was when it was first out of the box and downloading all of the apps.
5. The price. I got it for $117 at Sam's Club (Tax and non-member fee included). I was looking at the Asus Zenwatch 2 as well but in my opinion, this watch looks a lot better.
By in large, this is a great watch. This is great for people on a budget or those who just want a solid watch without dropping two-hundred dollars or more. Oh, and if anyone wants to know, I am using the KevinTong watch face'.
It has GPS, on-board storage for songs, bluetooth connection to heart monitors and earphones, and the screen uses the same low power technology as the SW2 so that you can see it in the sun just fine (but with much improved resolution). I can leave my phone behind while out running. Downside is that the battery needs to recharge every couple days vs my Tizen watch that goes 5 days, but at least this uses a normal micro-USB plug to charge. The battery drain is really Android Wear's fault, not the watch itself. I'm looking forward to the Wi-Fi enabled in Android 5.1.1 on it. Also, the rubbery band tends to grab any lint that comes in contact, but it's easily brushed off.
Sony keeps upping their game with each version.
I only have three complaints about this watch; which, is the reason I only gave it 4 stars:
1. I don't know how to set gestures on this watch. Android Wear would just come up and show me how to use them and what they were on my LG G Watch. On the Sony SW3 I haven't found anywhere that says it supports gestures or how to set them.
2. This particular wrist strap(Black rubber/silicone whatever) tends to collect a lot of lent, dust and dirt. Not a huge issue but one that I still notice when looking at my watch.
3. There are no alternative wrist straps you can buy for this watch, yet. I haven't been checking every day but, when I checked a couple days ago, not even Sony had their own wrist straps available for sell, for this watch. Maybe I haven't been looking in the right places, idk but I would like a metal wrist strap for this watch.
Aside from those 3 issues, this watch has been great so far! Very nice display and a different watch faces to choose from. Very comfortable to wear on the wrist all day. Battery lasts throughout the entire day and a few hours into the next day, if I don't use it much. Price! Good lord the price of this thing for being a newer Smartwatch is one of the main reasons I got this watch.
It's a great entry level watch for anyone that wants a smartwatch but doesn't want to drop $250+ For the budget friendly android user.
What it does lack is a heart rate monitor, but you can buy a Trivoli disc to go under the Sony for that, then this is the only Wear watch with both waterproof swim tracking and a heart rate monitor, as of October 2016, except the hideously ugly Polar M600.
The only gripe is the charger is fiddly, but pick up a magnetic micro USB for $12 and problem solved. Make it waterproof with Sugru!
Yes there are compromises and upgrades you can make at home but try adding a Trivoli to the Nixon or Casio and you have a watch that's almost as thick as your wrist. Not so with this cool little thing. I don't know how they did it but I love this watch!