Ticwatch E2 Smartwatch, GPS Waterproof 24 Hours Heart Rate Monitor, Running on Wear OS by Google, Black
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- Wear OS Smartwatch - You can download apps from Google Play Store easily, compatible with iPhone and Android phones.
- Receive notifications on the watch - Stay in the moment with smart ways to receive notifications and see who’s calling, without pulling out your phone. Google Assistant built-in.
- 5ATM Waterproof- Your swimming companion with up to 5.0 meter underwater waterproof.
- GPS Built-in- Workout without your phone. Google Fit and TicMotion make it easy to get motivated, stay balanced and track your health right from your wrist.
- After-sales policy: There is 30 days money-back guarantee and 1 year warranty for TicWatch to get a replacement. MobvoiUS is the sole authorized seller of authentic Mobvoi products (other than Amazon) on the Amazon platform.
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About Mobvoi and TicWatch:
- As a voice-based Artificial Intelligence company, Mobvoi is defining the next generation of human-machine interaction.
- Backed by Google in 2015, Mobvoi and Google formed a strategic partnership through Wear OS and Google Assistant.
Important Notice: We offer a replacement for quality-related issues, 12 months from the date of your purchase.
Join [mobvoi.com/membership] to get an extra 6-month (18 months in total).
TicWatch E2: Designed to Move You
Your self-activating fitness assistant
TicWatch E2 is powered by TicMotion, Mobvoi’s suite of proprietary AI algorithms to proactively detect your motion, track your swim activities, and provide your fitness records, all click-free.
Built-in GPS with 3 Satellite Systems
Swim-ready Up to 50m Underwater
TicWatch E2 is swim friendly and comes equipped with a pre-loaded swim monitoring mode to keep track of how your swims benefitted your health and fitness.
Full Function Smartwatch for Young Generation
Customize Your Own Style
The Power of Google Play
Hundreds of Watch Faces
Cool Black, Essential Style
TicWatch E2 is lightweight and comfortable, making it easy to wear all-day long at all occasions.
|TicWatch Pro LTE||TicWatch Pro 2020||TicWatch C2||TicWatch S2||TicWatch E2||TicPods 2|
|Dimension||45.15 x 52.8 x 12.6(mm)||45 x 45 x 12.6(mm)||42.8x42.8x12.7(mm)||46.6×46.6×12.9(mm)||46.9 x 46.9 x 12.9(mm)||71 x 24 x 32(mm)(charging case)|
|Weight||47g||58.5g||Onyx/Platinum: 42g / Rose gold: 40.2g||52.7g||48.5g||Charging Box + Earbuds: 33.7g|
|Display||1.39" AMOLED (400 x 400 px) + FSTN LCD||1.39'' AMOLED 400 x 400 + FSTN display||1.3'' AMOLED 360 x 360 px||1.39" AMOLED 400 x 400 px||1.39" AMOLED 400 x 400 px||x|
|Feature||4G/LTE Layered display||Layered display||Classic design||US Military Standard 810G/5ATM waterproof||5ATM Waterproof||True Wireless/ Noise Cancelling/ Lightweight/ Waterproof|
|Speaker||✓||✓||N(Can be used together with TicPods)||N(Can be used together with TicPods)||N(Can be used together with TicPods)||✓|
|One Bud Use||x|
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|Sold By||Amazon Warehouse||The Middle Merchant||MobvoiUS||Amazon.com|
|Compatible Phone Models||IOS 9.3+ Android 4.4+||Compatible with phones running Android 4.4+ (excluding Go edition) and iOS 10+.||Samsung N400||—|
|Item Dimensions||1.83 x 2.04 x 0.51 inches||—||1.83 x 2.03 x 1.52 inches||5.00 x 5.00 x 0.70 inches|
|Item Weight||1.88 ounces||1.40 ounces||—||0.65 pounds|
|Operating System||Wear OS by Google||—||Wear OS by Google||Wear OS, Android, iOS|
Designed to move you. The ultimate fitness and swimming companion.
Please charge from a computer USB port or with a 5V 1A USB power adapter, please avoid any 2.1A fast charging or the charger will be fried.
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I'm not hard on my watches, I take care of them. I haven't even gotten this watch wet yet and I never expect it to make it more than a day. I put it on the charger all night every night. It has yet to charge to 100%.
77% or 54% is all I ever get so far.
Today was the 3rd time it's happened. I put it on the charger all night last night, woke to 54% this morning and it died before noon.
TL/DR: If a brand new watch that can't make it to noon after having 10 battery charge cycles doesn't warrant a 1-star I don't know what does.
UPDATE: To be honest, I have no choice but to change my rating to 5 stars. The support team handled my support ticket nicely by sending me a new watch & charger, and providing a pre-paid return shipping label for the defective watch. The new watch I got charges to 100% and lasts more than a day, which is all I'm looking for! All features aside are more than enough for my usages. I'm a big fan of the watch now since it stays on!
Here's the good news; The watch works perfectly well... after you remove the bloatware. I'm going to tell you how.
The problem... It's horribly unresponsive.
If you're playing with it already, you're probably noticing that it takes a few seconds to recognize taps/swipes. Apps start, then disappear, then reappear after they finish loading or something. Scrolling through things is painful, and sometimes you end up activating things you didn't want in the first place.
This review is about making the watch work like you expected it to (or come close). Specifically reducing the interface lag.
Restarting the watch: from the home screen (watch face), pull down (swipe from the top) the quick settings drawer. Tap the gear at the top, to go into device settings. Scroll to the bottom and tap on 'System'. Select option to "Restart". You'll do this to ensure that everything still works (wifi and BT), and clear the memory so the watch has as much of it's resources to run on.
Remove the bloat and make it work-
Step 1. start fresh ==== like you just took it out the box. If you already started installing and logging into stuff- stop. All you want right now, is to have the watch connected to wifi, and your phone via bluetooth.
Step 2. update base device software ==== connect the device to wifi. It will detect a system update to Wear OS. Do that. Also open up the Play store and update anything that is installed and finds an update.
Restart the watch.
Step 3a. Axe the bloatware ==== from the play store, "pull down" the store menu, the left most icon is "my apps". go uninstall anything you don't need.
Step 3b. Axe the bloatware ==== from the device settings, select "Apps and Notifications". Select "App Info". Select "System Apps". This is a list of system apps (!). Some of which are needed for the watch to just work. We want to uninstall/disable only things named mobvoi or Ticwatch. Most of that stuff is for syncing settings to mobvoi or the health tracking apps. I won't use any of it. I only want to sync my google account data (to google), and workout data to Strava.
Restart the watch.
Step 4. connect your accounts, install the apps you need, configure what needs configuring. You will probably already notice an increase in responsiveness.
Restart the watch.
Step 5. Let it sit for 15 minutes. What is this- a cake? In some ways, yeah... You've just done a lot of installing and uninstalling and setting up/configuring and logging into things... The device needs time to update data, sync app and account stuff, put all the data in it's place, and then clean itself up so it can run normally. You will notice the interface get sluggish while it does this in the background. 15 minutes should be good, unless you're syncing gigs of data to your watch.... : |
Restart the watch.
Step 6. Enjoy.
I can see interface transition animations now. Menus scroll smoothly. Apps open responsively. The google assistant is so responsive, I feel like Dick Tracy. The battery life has improved noticeably as well. Your milage will vary depending on app usage. With my app usage, out of the box, this thing lasted around 10 hours. With my same app usage, after removing the bloat, it's using power at a rate that would suggest it'll last for 30hrs. I'm sure that will fluctuate tho.
I attached a video of me using the device after removing the bloat.
I'm sure someone might say that if you created the mobvoi account and connected all the ticwatch stuff, that the apps would work fine, and the watch would work just as well. But how many separate companies do i need to sync personal/biometric data to, really..?
Top international reviews
Battery lasts more than one day easily