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- CLASSIC DESIGN: Genuine leather straps paired with a stainless steel watch case accentuate a slim and classic watch design. Personalize your watch by choosing between hundred of watch faces and straps
- WATERPROOF: An IP68 rating, making this smartwatch sweat and waterproof
- GOOGLE PAY: Keep your wallet in your pocket and make purchases with Google Pay
- LONG BATTERY LIFE: Up to 2 days of battery life to help you power through
- WEAR OS BY GOOGLE: Google Play allows you to choose from a wide range of your favorite apps and to access them from your wrist, compatible with iPhone and android, Google Assistant built-in
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Health & fitness companion.
With GPS built-in, dynamic heart-rate monitoring, accelerometer and gyroscope, TicWatch C2 comes equipped to accurately track your health and fitness progress.
Pay from your wrist.
Keep life simple. Contactless payment through Google Pay means your wallet and your phone can stay in your pockets at the cashier. Point, pay and go.
Wear OS by Google
Refreshed and better than ever, Wear OS by Google's new interface provides quick access to the information you need. Redesigned notifications stream makes it simple to see your latest updates at a glance while proactive help from the Google Assistant gives you personal support throughout your day (limited features for iPhone users).
IP68 sweat and waterproof
With IP68 rating, this smartwatch is sweat and waterproof. Life happens. TicWatch C2 can keep up. Swimming and showering are not recommended with the watch.
Up to 1.5 days of battery
Power through your day with up to 1.5 days of battery life. You can go from the gym to work, no problem.
Easily switch watch raps (additional straps sold separately) to customize your smartwatch and choose from hundreds of watch faces. Customize to your heart's content.
Slim yet strong.
Built with steel. Worn with confidence. Genuine leather straps paired with a stainless steel watch case accentuate a slim and classic watch design.
- Product Dimensions: 1.7 x 1.7 x 0.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B07HH972ZJ
- Batteries: 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
- Date first listed on Amazon: September 19, 2018
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There is one glaring issue that is not evident in the stock photo's and has not been mentioned in any of the reviews I've seen, (As a Side note this issue is less evident or black or dark watch faces)
-the OLED screen while crisp and clear does not go all the way to the edge of the glass or stainless steel bezel, granted most smart watches have a very minor tire effect but this watch has an almost 3mm tire which is very distracting when used with a White watch face, My friend purchased a Ticwatch Pro at the same time his watch has almost No tire effect at all, I will be returning this watch to get the Pro, please see the comparison pictures which show the Original Huawei watch and the TicWatch C2 side by side, the Huawei watch's OLED screen practically touches the stainless steel frame and has no noticeable or distracting "Tire Effect" the Ticwatch C2 has a large and distracting Tire effect.
First things first, the watch is absolutely gorgeous. I got the Rose Gold/Pink one and it looks just like the promotional videos and photos. The screen is crystal clear, the watch itself is lightweight but so pretty and the band is comfortable (though I am between holes in the watch band so I may need to get a new one if I decide it bothers me to have it a touch loose). I wouldn't say I have an extremely small wrist, but honestly there's no way this watch could be any bigger on me and still be usable. So if you're buying one of the bigger sizes (the black or grey) and have a mid to small sized wrist keep that in mind. It felt clunky in comparison to my Alta for the first day, and then I was used to it.
User interface: My husband has a Samsung watch, so I've never used Wear OS before, and I'm the type of person that hates dealing with new technology. The watch setup is so easy to figure out! I didn't have to have my husband help me at all. It's very intuitive to navigate and I haven't had any issues. Also, I was slightly concerned about this having the older snapdragon processor. I experienced serious lag on the first day of use. However, I'm chalking that up to setup because that's the only day that it has happened. I talked with another friend who has a Ticwatch and he experienced the same thing. So don't worry, it get's better after day 1. My phone is a galaxy s7 and I haven't had a single connectivity issue. All my notifications come through perfectly and quickly and it doesn't get disconnected from my phone throughout the day like my Alta did.
Fitness tracking: I switched the fitness tracking from Mobvoi's over to Google Fit, which was very easy after a quick google search. (you have to download the Mobvoi app on your phone, then go back to the watch and long press on the fitness screen and it will ask you which system you want to load into automatically in the future) So far I've tracked a number of different activities and found it performed great! I don't mind having to swipe over to the fitness section on the app to start and stop the workout. At this point it's second nature and part of my workout routine. The constant heart rate monitoring during the workouts is also really nice.
Battery life: I've experimented with this a lot so that I could properly review it, because I know that was one of my main concerns with a smartwatch, and almost convinced me to spend more to get the Galaxy Watch. So far the most use I've gotten out of it was, with a Mr. Time custom watch face (I tried Facer but it drained the battery REALLY fast) and the always on display turned on. I put the watch on at 8am fully charged, used it throughout the day for notifications and some media control, tracked 2 workouts totaling 1 hr (so that's constant heart rate monitoring for 1 hr). While brushing my teeth at night I popped it back on the charger for a couple minutes (literally only 2 or 3 minutes) then put it back on to track my sleep through Sleep as Android. At 8 am the next day the battery was at 12%. So honestly the battery life has been great!
In summation. This is a great watch! I would absolutely recommend it to a friend! The only odd thing I have experienced is that one day the heart rate sensor stopped working. The lights weren't flashing underneath and it would come up with an error when I tried to take my heart rate. I restarted the watch and it's worked perfectly since, so I don't think it will be an ongoing issue. The two negatives I have with the watch are that I wish it were swimproof, but I knew going in that it wouldn't be so I can't really complain. I also wish that they had better built in watch faces. I was really down about it after the first few days and realizing that Facer was draining my watch battery far too fast to be usable and thought I would be stuck with one of the built in faces, which I wasn't at all a fan of. But since I discovered Mr. Time doesn't drain the battery, I've decided it's a non issue.
Also, it's friendly with small wrists.
The watch randomly restarts. It's not frequent enough to be a major issue but it will do it maybe once a day, even though i manually restart it every morning. I noticed this on wearOS2.1 and 2.2. Something to consider. I still love the watch though. And googlefit is now supported when swiping left, you can make it your native health app.