Ticwatch E most comfortable Smartwatch-Shadow,1.4 inch OLED Display, Android Wear 2.0,Compatible with iOS and Android, Google Assistant
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- Android Wear 2.0. Get your favorite apps and watch faces. Request a car ride. Perfect your golf swing. Explore a new neighborhood. With thousands of Android Wear apps, there's no limit to what you can do with your Ticwatch E.
- Follow your fitness.Track walks, runs, rides, heart rate and strength training with Google Fit and your favorite fitness apps. Get coaching, measure your heart rate, and even stream music, right from your wrist.
- Your personal voice assistant. Meet Your Google Assistant. Bring Google Assistant to your wrist. Find answers and get things done even when your hands are full. Reply to a friend that you’re running late, remind yourself to call mom, or ask for directions. Just hold the power button or say "Ok Google”.Phone calls only compatible for android device now.
- If you meet abnormal battery capacity, like sudden drop or short battery life etc. It is not the quality issue. Please charge the watch more 2hrs before you start to use it. And use the watch till battery empty and charge it up to full for 1-3cycles, the battery capacity indicator will be on right status.
- 30-day money-back guarantee for any reason, 12-month warranty for quality-related issues.
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Besides managing calls and messages, Ticwatch S (Sport) and E (Express) empower your active lifestyle with the convenience of Google Assistant, fitness apps like Google Fit, and the powerful ecosystem of Google Play. Google Play brings you apps that enable sleep monitoring, music detection, multi-language support, and much more. The possibilities are endless with your Ticwatch S & E.
Your Sports Companion
Ticwatch S & E track your heart rate and steps, calculate calories burned, measure nutrition intake and manage your workout schedule. Ticwatch S & E also enable you to map your workout route with an improved built-in GPS, listen to your favorite music, and track your performance hands-free.
Music On Device
Bring your favorite songs with you, without bringing your phone. Sync your locally stored music to your watch. You can use the built-in speaker to share your music or connect a bluetooth headset and listen to your music discreetly.
A smartwatch with everything you want.
ID and UI design
44mm diameter, 13.55mm thick.
1.4 inch OLED display, 400x400, 287dpi
Ticwatch E Straps:
Changable watch straps
Weight with Strap
Rich watch face selection, exclusively desgined for Ticwatch.
Sleep Tracking(Android Device Only)
Support third-party apps
Glonass+GPS+Beidou, Agps supported
P67 Water Resistance(Not suggest to take to shower or swimming)
Android Wear 2.0.
Heart-rate monitor, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Gyroscope, e-Compass
Compatible with both IOS 8.0+ and Android 4.3+
3G and NFC:
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|Color||Shadow||black rubber||Concrete Grey||Fluorescent Green||Titanium||Black1|
|Compatible Phone Models||iOS 9.0 or later, Android 4.3 or later||—||iOS 9.0 or later, Android 4.4 or later||Support Android 5.0 & iOS 9.0 and above；, iPhone 6 / 6S / SE / 7 / 7P； Huawei P9 / GR5 / Mate 8, Moto Z / Z Play；, Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro /A7 / J7 Prime / S7 Edge / Galaxy A5；, HTC 10 / Desire10 lifestyle / One X10 / One A9s / Desire 650 / U Play；, OPPO A57 / R9 / R9S / F1 / A77 / A39 / R9S Plus, LG K4 / X Style / X Power / K10 / K8， etc.||—||Apple iPhone 5, Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Samsung Galaxy S6, Samsung Galaxy S5, Apple iPhone 5S, Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Samsung Galaxy Note 5, Apple iPhone 6S, Samsung Galaxy S4|
|Item Dimensions||1.73 x 9.21 x 0.53 in||1.65 x 9.76 x 0.47 in||0.5 x 1.8 x 1.9 in||3.9 x 3.9 x 3.9 in||1.7 x 1.8 x 0.4 in||3.2 x 4 x 2.5 in|
|Item Weight||1.44 ounces||1.6 ounces||2 ounces||7.3 ounces||1.76 ounces||6.72 ounces|
|Operating System||Android Wear 2.0||Android/iOS||Android Wear 2.0||Android||Android/iOS||Android/Android 4.3/iOS/iOS 7|
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Look & Feel
The watch came in a metal box with a fun colorful camo design. You can refer to my images. Everything was packed neatly and I did not look cheap. Watch had a plastic cover on the face of it to protect it which should be removed.
Look & Feel:
Taking the watch out my first thought was the watch band was cheap. It is a matte silicone band. However, after taking it on and off every night I have grown to like it. It is comfy and I don't think it will wear out as quickly as I originally thought. It is also replaceable which is a plus! The watch itself is the same color and is a dark grey not quite black. The watch isn't as soft to the touch but I like it. There is a button on the left side. I do like using the button to move around. However, the button is stiff and not as clicky as I'd like, far from a deal breaker but just be aware.
The screen is oled which means black pixels turn off. This saving power. So you could possibly extend your battery life by using a watch face with lots of black on it. Regardless it looks great. Since this is an android wear watch there are hundreds of possible thousands of watch faces. Many of which are customizable on top of that. (TIP) to customize the watch face swipe to the left or right. Scroll to the face you want and before you apply it look below and you will see a gear icon. There you can customize the watch face. Or hold down on the face you have chosen to start customizing. My favorite app with lots of cool watch faces is Ustwo.
I know lots of people complain about the battery. This is a smartwatch and will not go more than 2 days. If you are new to the watch and have the screen on a lot and are messing around with it a bunch then it will die quicker. But as you get used to it you probably won't be on it so much. I turned off ambient display in the settings which added 4+ hours of battery life. The ambient display is where when the screen is completely black but always shows the time. I made it so the screen turns on when I flick my wrist with the gesture settings. My first android wear watch (Moto 360) lasted 1 day barely. This is much better. The charging cable is magnetic and snaps on easily and charges very quickly.
I got my first smartwatch in 2014 mainly because I didn't notice when someone was texting/calling me. Now I rarely miss a notification. I notice this watch is much better than my Moto. The battery lasts longs, it has wear 2.0, and I get notifications even when far away from my phone. While I haven't tested the exact distance I left my phone in my bedroom and walking into the basement and still got a notification. It is important to know Ticwatch does not make the software on the phone. They can optimize it, but Google makes the software. To learn how to use it go to YouTube and search: "How to use Android Wear 2.0".
While I haven't tested this thing much when it comes to sports I can say a few things. It picks up my heartbeat amazingly well. I don't even have to tighten it on my wrist that much for heart rate. The steps seem to work just fine. Further testing will be required. I am going on a camping trip this weekend so I will update this review when I'm back. The watch is IP67. IP rating determines how tough it is. The first number (6) determines how resistant it is to dust. 6 means it is fully dust tight. The second number (7) is water resistance. 7 means it can be submerged under water 1 meter deep for 30 minutes.
This isn't some cheap Chinese company the scams you. While it is a Chinese company it is also a startup. They created a non-android wear watch which was very successful. So these guys have experience. I wish it has NFC but for $130 this is a killer deal. My Moto Watch was $200 when released and I paid $150 for it. This is twice as good and still cheaper. I have very small and thin wrists and was worried this would look odd on my arm. I don't even notice it. No one has said anything either. I love using this for music whether it's to control my phone or connect straight to a Bluetooth speaker/headset and play music from there. I have Google Play Music and with their subscription, I can download music onto my watch and then play that to my headphones. So on runs, I don't need to take my phone. It’s perfect!
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After a lot of research I decided to go with the Ticwatch E. Mobvoi previously had created the Ticwatch 2 which was crowdfunded through Kickstarter and received great reviews. It featured a unique touchbar on the right side of the watch that allowed users to effortlessly scroll through content. Unfortunately, that bar didn't make it into the Ticwatch E but instead Mobvoi listened to the userfeedback and switched their previously proprietary operating system over to Google's Android Wear 2.0. This was a great decision, imho, as it allows us users to now install apps from the appstore (like 2 factor authentication apps, for instance).
The Ticwatch E comes with a 1.2Ghz dual core processor from MTK. It's not a Snapdragon Wear 2100, but so far it has been zippy and worked well for me. It has a bright 1.4" OLED display with 400x400 pixels (that's 287 dpi) in resolution.
Even though the watch is an entry level model priced at $159 for the express version, it features a heart rate monitor, a proximity sensor, an acceleropmeter, a gyroscope, wifi, and onboard GPS. It's also IP67 rated which allows you go under water up to 3 feet for up to 30 min. I wouldn't go for a swim, but you technically don't have to take off the watch when you take a shower or wash your dishes.
One of the great advantages of Android Wear over Apple Watch OS is the sheer unlimited amount of watch faces. While the Apple Watch only has a couple that come preinstalled, on Android you have literally hundreds of options to choose from. Many of these feature complications like the calendar app, weather, step count, or your heart rate.
The watch is an entry level watch, but the materials feel like they are good quality. The processor is zippy and the display is bright with beautiful colors. Android Wear 2.0 is a great operating system.
Personally, I love that they put the button of the watch on the left side, easy to reach for my right thumb. It also prevents me from accidently triggering the button when I bend my wrist, something that happened many times with my Apple Watch.
The watch has a speaker and a microphone, should you want to make phone calls on your wrist. I've only used this feature 4 times in two years of wearing a smart watch, but if this is something you care about - you have that option. The battery has 300mah - a bit less than an apple watch 2. In my experience you'll have to charge the watch every night - but I'm ok with that and hope that future generations will have longer battery life.
The watch weights 41.5g and is 13.55mm thick - it's very comparable to my Casio G-shock I've been wearing for years. For the price I'm quite happy with the watch. It's an entry level Android Wear 2.0 device that will serve you well. Is it the same built-quality as an Apple Watch Series 2 or 3? Of course not, but it's also about a third of the price while having almost the same feature set (except for ip68 water proof rating and lack of sim card slot which would cost you an additional $10/month with your phone provider).
One more thing: Ticwatch also offers the Ticwatch S for Sport. The only difference is that the GPS antenna is in the wristband which increases accurracy. It costs $199 isntead of $159 and also means you can't change your wristband. To me personally, I prefer the E over the S, but if you run around in the city or woods a lot, you might consider the S over the E.
I hope this was useful to many of you. I'll update my review in the coming days after having tried out the watch a bit more. If you feel like you want to buy a Ticwatch through mobvoi's website, feel free to use my referral code, which will save you an additional $20: BUSRRA