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ASUS ZenWatch 3 WI503Q-GL-DB 1.39-inch AMOLED Smart Watch with dark brown leather strap
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- 1.39" AMOLED Display protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3 with stainless steel and diamond-cut bezel
- Customizable multiple button design to increase productivity. Built-in Wi-Fi extends the range and connectivity with your phone
- IP67 Water Resistance protects against water immersion up to 1 meter
- ASUS-exclusive HyperCharge technology that provides industry-leading charge times - just 15 minutes to a 60% charge
- Latest Android OS-Smart Gesture control to scroll through apps, pages and built-in Speaker to conduct calls, hear voice messages, notifications
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A Sight To Behold
ASUS ZenWatch 3 follows the tradition of fine watchmaking with its luxurious,detail-focused design and construction from high-quality materials. It provides timely information at a glance, offers a wealth of useful features that make your life easier, and features a customizable design so you can create your own perfect watch. Innovative quick-charging technology keeps ASUS ZenWatch 3 on your wrist longer, so you can always stay informed and be in the moment.
The ASUS ZenWatch 3 is an ASUS wearable device powered by Android Wear and produced in partnership with Google.
ASUS ZenWatch 3 seamlessly pairs with an Android smartphone to extend its functionality over Wifi connective provide relevant and useful information when it is needed most, it can work alone without the smartphone and serve as a wellness manager.
ASUS ZenWatch 3 is meticulously fashioned from jewelry- grade 316L stainless steel, resulting in a luxurious accessory that not only looks incredible, but feels great to wear as well. This premium, cold-forged steel is 82% stronger than traditional steel to ensure that ASUS ZenWatch 3 stands up to the rigors of daily wear. genuine Italian leather watch strap and diamond-cut bezel and intricately detailed setting add a further touch of refinement and precision. With ASUS ZenWatch 3, total luxury never looked so good.
A new thin-bezel and three-button design redefines the smartwatch to provide quicker and easier operation. The customizable top button provides quick access to your favorite app or feature. The middle button provides a range of functions, including access to Interactive, Ambient, Theater, and Brightness Boost modes. The bottom button switches the watch to Eco Mode for the times you need extra-long battery life.
No Need To Rush
ASUS ZenWatch 3 is powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 processor, which consumes 25% less energy than the previous Snapdragon 400 processor for dramatically improved battery life. An all-new Eco Mode instantly enabled with one click of the watch's bottom button extends battery life by more than 200% and turns off networking and notifications for times when you do not want to be disturbed. ASUS ZenWatch 3 also features exclusive HyperCharge technology that provides industry-leading charge times just 15 minutes to reach a 60% charge and a convenient magnetic charging connector that snaps into place automatically. To keep ASUS ZenWatch 3 on your wrist even longer, an optional battery pack is available that provides 40% more battery life without sacrificing your watch’s stylish looks.
Your personal workout coach
The all-new ASUS ZenFit app automatically counts your steps, encourages you to stand and move at regular intervals, and works together with its companion smartphone app to provide a complete picture of your daily activity. ZenFit also tracks a range of essential workout activities including walking, running, push-ups, and sit-ups with leading accuracy and lets you set goals to help you stay motivated and improve your fitness and health. With an IP67 water-resistance rating, ASUS ZenWatch 3 can be submerged in up to one meter of water for 30 minutes, so you can wear it all day, even when showering.
*Zenfone 3 Deluxe shown is sold separately.
Your Go-To Assistant
The ZenWatch Manager smartphone app lets you easily personalize your ASUS ZenWatch 3 from one convenient location. Select from a wide variety of watch faces and customize each one with up to three widgets to display the information that is most important to you.
No Need To Rush
ASUS ZenWatch 3 is powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 processor, which consumes 25% less energy than the previous Snapdragon 400 processor for dramatically improved battery life. An all-new Eco Mode — instantly enabled with one click of the watch's bottom button — extends battery life by more than 200% and turns off networking and notifications for times when you do not want to be disturbed. ASUS ZenWatch 3 also features exclusive HyperCharge technology that provides industry-leading charge times — just 15 minutes to reach a 60% charge — and a convenient magnetic charging connector that snaps into place automatically. To keep ASUS ZenWatch 3 on your wrist even longer, an optional battery pack is available that provides 40% more battery life without sacrificing your watch’s stylish looks.
Smart Help, Right On Time
ASUS ZenWatch 3 organizes your important information, determines what you need and when, and shows it to you before you even ask. Get messages from friends, weather updates at a glance, and a variety of useful assistance that helps you make the most of your day.
A Gift That You’ll Want to Keep For Yourself
With the meticulous craftsmanship and timeless design of a fine mechanical watch, ASUS ZenWatch 3 is a timepiece you’ll want to wear every day. With a look inspired by an annular solar eclipse, it exudes sophisticated style and delivers a new level of powerful functionality.
ASUS ZenWatch 3 comes packaged in a beautifully crafted box and includes a convenient and stylish stand to hold your watch while you are not wearing it.
ASUS, wearable Tech WI503Q-GL-DB, 1.39" circular AMOLED (400x400 287 ppi) gorilla glass 3, Gunmetal, dark-brown Leather band, touch screen, Qualcomm apq 8009w, 1.2GHz, 512MB DDR3, 4GB EMMC, Android OS 6.0.1. Android wear (Compatible with android4.3+), 802.11BGN, Bluetooth 4.1. Refer page 15-16 in User Manual for troubleshooting steps.
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The band is not universal, in fact it is very specialized. I hope ASUS builds a good selection of them. It is very comfortable though. The way the lugs are angled makes it comfortable to wear and stay on the top of the wrist. The band itself is good quality leather so it is comfortable to wear and doesn't irritate my skin.
The charger has an attached cable that is only 3ft long, so it is VERY limited in where you can place it. That is the only major downside I've found, but most other watches have similar issues. Once spares are available I'll get a couple and probably a USB extension for my nightstand. It charges so fast and lasts so long, I am less worried about it now then when I first saw the charger.
In short, this watch is as close to perfect as I can imagine. The price is right where it should be if not lower than I'd expect. I'm very critical of electronics (don't get me started on Pixel) and this watch has blown me away. Thank you ASUS for finally making a (nearly) perfect smartwatch!
I've had this for a few weeks now and I wear it almost everyday.
First, the price wins compared to the rest. This is the best bang for your buck right here so far. Sure it doesn't offer a heart rate sensor or built-in GPS, but to me those are more for outdoors/fitness tracker type of watches. Plus, I hear the heart rate sensors aren't that accurate right now.
Second, the HyperCharge feature is what I really liked. They're not kidding when they say you can get 60% in about 15 mins of charging. It's great for a top off in the morning if you need it. The battery might seem horrible at first, but give it a few days to a week and it'll become more stable. After about 12-14 hours my battery will be down to about 55%, maybe even 60% with medium usage (I fiddle with it a lot). Battery life will depend on your usage, how many apps you have notifying you about things on your watch, and even the kind of watch face. Some faces that have a lot going on just use 1%-3% more an hour from what I've noticed.
-The speaker can get LOUD! The microphone does well too and people have said they can hear me very well.
-Screen is snappy and touches are accurate.
-Top and bottoms buttons can be customized to open whichever app you want on the watch.
-Custom band connector. It doesn't allow to lay the watch down flat either due to a plastic piece inside the edge that keeps the band curved. So with that, you'll have to wait on 3rd party suppliers to make bands tailored to this watch. **If you are good with an Xacto knife, there is a Reddit user who cut a 22 mm band to match the shape and used a 14 or 15 mm pin to fit it! Looks great too!**
-Gold ring and color of case can make it difficult to make to your outfit. Not a big deal though.
Overall, solid watch. With the processor made specifically for the watch and its great battery life, Android Wear 2.0 will only make this better.
Check out the app Facer for some sweet watch faces!
Over the last seven years, I've had my share of exercise watches, GPS watches, and even some billed as "Smart" watches, but using the ASUS ZenWatch 3 has been a very unique and enjoyable experience. Initially, I had it linked with my iPhone, but I noticed I wasn't getting all I could out of it, so I hooked-it-up with an Android tablet, and I haven't looked back.
I really don't know if you could actually call this a watch; it's a small computer with a round computer screen. It interacts with your Android phone or tablet and the apps on it so much that when you install the apps, you need to show restraint when the apps ask if it can send you notifications, or you'll be receiving notifications from any and all, and the ZenWatch battery will discharge faster. As for recharging, it recharges in less than an hour, but I'm getting ahead of myself.
As a watch, it keeps accurate time, and you can change the watch face to one they provide, or you can use the ZenWatch app to design your own. Using the ZenWatch app, also, allows you on several of the watch faces pick information you want to monitor at a glance, such as battery charge, number of steps taken, outside temperature, number of unread emails, calories burned, etc., (see first two pictures below).
Using the ZenWatch 3 with an Android device allows it to interact with all of the Google apps, like Google Mail, Google Agenda, Google Fit, Google Maps, Google Weather, etc. Having ADHD, I find the Agenda reminders help me remember appointments (see 3rd picture). Google Mail will send you notice of new email and the first line of the email.
ASUS ZenWatch 3's ZenFit provides you information on your exercise if you walk, run, do sit-ups or push-ups, by telling you the number of steps you take, how many calories you burn, the number of sit-ups and push-ups you do (and it keeps an accurate number of these). Comparing the information provided by my GPS watch to the information provided by the ASUS, I found the calories burned were within 1% of each other, and, of course, the times were the same, but the distances were different because, I guess, it uses a longer stride than my 29 inch legs can produce. When coupled with Google Fit, one gets a true picture of how active you are during the day (the next three pictures).
Additionally, if you wear your ZenWatch 3 as you sleep, ZenFit will give you a report on the quality of your sleep during the night. At first, for me, the report would only give you a report on your sleep from when you went to bed until midnight, or from midnight until you awoke, but the more nights you track, I noticed more hours were being tracked, not only on my tablet, but a report was shown on the ZenWatch 3 screen (see next two pictures). Eventually, after 18 days, I started getting a 10 p.m. to 7 a.m. report. As one who has sleep apnea and restless leg syndrome (RLS), the quality of my sleep is important, and has not always been very good, but using the ZenWatch 3 monitoring my sleep has helped me improve my sleep. In a week, I've received four reports. UPDATE: I am receiving regular reports 6 out of 7 days, and the reports are very accurate at to the time I went to sleep and the time I got up, and on the tablet it shows the breaks when I got up to go to the bathroom.
After using the ASUS ZenWatch 3 for three weeks, I have found it has improved the quality of my life on several levels. As a "smart watch," it excels. I could give you another three paragraphs and 6 or 7 more pictures, similar to what others have posted in their reviews to prove my points. What I have found after three weeks of using it, it still surprises me with something new, such as using voice commands. As a means of keeping me on top of everything from news, to my mail, to postings on Facebook, etc., it's as if I have several computer screens open at the same time.
UPDATE, 01/20/2017: After a month of wearing the ASUS ZenWatch 3 daily, I am finding the longer I have it, the faster it recharges. When it is 30% power, it is just taking 20 minutes to recharge, maybe even less. I cut out the notices from all of my apps, and it is holding its charge longer. For instance, I have been wearing he watch for 9 hours and it still has 70% of its charge.
Today is Sunday, so ESPN has been sending me notices all day, I received notice of 6-8 E-mail came through to the watch, showing me the subject and first sentence of the E-mail. The sleep report, which at first seemed to be a little iffy is now giving me reports 6 out of 7 days, gotten better. I am one of those folks who have a small electric charge going through me all the time (years ago, I had issues with watches stop working for me, this include analogue watches and the first electronic ones. So, I used to put some plastic material on the back of the watch to keep them working. I found if I took a shower before bed or just washed and dried my wrist, and have the band real snug, I found I was getting more of my reports, 6 out of 7 days. And, I have replied to an E-mail by swiping the message, pressing reply, and talking to the watch. I did find it worked best for me to just sending a one sentence reply. It is, also, easy to share a news story with someone you have recently received an E-mail from.
My tablet, a basic Samsung Tab A, uses the Android O/S, and I've found when I play a YouTube video on my tablet, I can pause and restart the video from my watch. Occasionally, I will look down at the watch and notice Google has sent me a message, such as "You are 31 minutes from home" or "You are 15 minutes from work." I downloaded Google Maps to my tablet, and these are notifications from it.
I have a number of watches, too many to tell the truth. If I had to live my life over again, I would have only one or two watches and wear them regularly, and this would be one of them. After a month and a half, I find it is working better, which might be me just doing things correctly, recharging faster, and showing me I can keep-up with information my phone or tablet is receiving, without having to look at my phone or tablet. I have not received a telephone call through it, but that's the next thing to learn on my list.
UPDATE (January 29, 2017): To give you an idea of the how one's sleep is recorded, even when you get-up and go watch a movie on TV), in the picture I uploaded showing sleep for January 29th, started about 12:56 a.m. and finished at 6:26 a.m., I had gone to bed just before 1 a.m.. I listened to the radio for 14 minutes. At the time I had my CPAP mask on, and I had some deep sleep right at first. Then, I had a sneezing spell, so I got up, took an antihistamine and a decongestant pill, and went to the living room to watch a movie. My cat decided to lay on my chest and purr, and after about 30 minutes, I fell asleep while the movie played. I woke-up twice while the movie played when the cat adjusted his position on my chest (you can see where I stayed awake about 5-6 minutes each time). When the movie was over, The cat and I went upstairs. I went back to bed, but It took about 25 minutes for the cat to calm down and leave me alone. Once asleep, I slept for a little more than an hour, getting up one time to go to the bathroom. When I went back to sleep after the movie, I did not put my CPAP mask back on, and I did not have any deep sleep.
UPDATE: In late March 2017, my ASUS ZenWatch 3 would sometimes have a problem recharging. When it did match-up with the magnetic charging "ring," I found it was charging faster, but after a couple of weeks, it sometimes took several attempts at getting it to charge before it would start charging. When I wasn't wearing my watch, I kept it and the USB charger in an area away from everything in my bedroom, as I was really enjoying it, and was protective of it. Unfortunately, the problem kept getting worse. I would sometimes have to "wiggle" the magnetic charging ring to get it to make contact. I was trying so much that half of the watch band broke from the watch. AT that point, I started the process of getting warranty service on May 1st, 2017. To obtain warranty service, you have to fill-out an electronic form describing the problem. From that you receive a reply giving you a Service Case Number. Using that number, you are to contact an ASUS representative by phone or chat. When you talk with them, they will offer suggestions on what to do, or tell you if you need to send-in the watch for service. The representative will send you a RMA, Return Merchandise Authorization number, and an E-mail that will have several forms attached to it. These forms will tell you how to return the item, and you will receive a RMA Checklist to follow, sign and date.
In my case, about a week later, I received an E-mail that had an invoice attached. I found I was being charged for a new "wrist strap," which I expected, and I was being charged for a back cover and USB cable: Total charge $50.00, plus $10.00 shipping. I called their 800 number (855-714-0471) and was told that there was corrosion on the contacts as they were worn down. I told the person what had happened to make those contacts wear down, namely the watch wasn't charging. I asked them if I could have handled things differently, and I wasn't given an answer, so I asked the person if I should have contacted them the first time the watch did not easily charge, and I was told that I should have done this.
I have paid the charge, but I wanted to let you the Amazon customer of this potential problem you may have with this smartwatch. I hope that I do not have any other issues with the watch, as I really enjoy using it. I noticed that my one year warranty is valid until November 2017, but I also noticed on the invoice it says, "If repairable, a limited 90-day warranty will apply to the repair only, excluding any form of physical damage or other customer induced damage." In their notes on the invoice, it was written, "Your RAM was received; however, there is a delay in processing as there is (physical damage) which is not covered under the ASUS manufacturer warranty." It seems it was my trying to get the watch to charge that caused the physical damage. I am going to play this situation out so that I, and other customers, will know what to expect from the manufacturer. As I mentioned above, if you have any problem with your watch, report it. If for some reason, I have any other problems with this smartwatch, I will post it. I will be interested in knowing if the charging issue now has reduced the warranty on the watch from November 2017 to a date 90 days from when they repair it.
I have reduced the number of stars on my review from 5 stars to 4 because of this warranty problem. I still like the watch, but we'll have to see if I have any additional problems with it.
ADDITIONAL UPDATE: My watch was returned in good shape, about three weeks after I gave them the go ahead. It seems they are very cautious with their repairs. It had a new watch band, which I had broken from working it so much, a new back and a new charging ring. Everything worked fine, after I reacquainted the watch with my Samsung Galaxy Tab A. In doing think, I had to delete the previous Bluetooth pairing, and then, pair it again, which it did flawlessly. I did notice whomever put the watchband on with the latch on the half of the band that attaches to the bottom of the watch, instead of the top. I am seeing how that works out before flipping the band. This way might result in the end of the band not getting hit by objects on a desk.
I am considering the purchase of a charging dock, as it seems it is easy to misalign the contact points on the watch with the charging ring ASUS ZenWatch 3 Stand, Artifex Charging Dock Stand for ZenWatch3, New 3d Printed Technology, Smartwatch Cradle (Zen 3).
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