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Wyze Watch 47mm Aluminum Smartwatch EXPIRED

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Wyze.com has Wyze Watch 47mm Aluminum Smartwatch for $19.99. Shipping is $5.99 for a single unit, or increases slightly w/ higher quantities.

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Features:
  • 1.75" Display
  • 300mAh Battery
  • Heart Rate & Blood Oxygen Monitoring
  • IP68 Weatherproof Rating
  • Fitness Tracking

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1.75" (47mm) touch screen
300mAh (47mm) Battery (9 days)
Heart Rate & Blood Oxygen Monitoring
IP68 Weatherproof Rating
Fitness Tracking


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SnackDragon asked this question on 05-04-2021 at 07:01 PM
05-04-2021 at 07:37 PM
It lasts close to two weeks for me with light/average use. I wear it about nine hours a day, and don't run the blood oxygen/pulse stuff much at all. Charging only takes an hour or two to get back to full charge.
05-04-2021 at 10:19 PM
It lasts me at least a week with checking frequent Blood pressure readings, O2 sensor readings and Sleep tracking. I think it's a great watch for $26 with a bunch of options available.
05-04-2021 at 11:17 PM
Its coming almost 2 weeks
05-09-2021 at 08:47 AM
Mine lasted about 2 weeks on a charge, wearing 24 hours a day and using a picture as a screen background, BP and SPo2 about 1 to 2 times a day.
Nailer asked this question on 05-11-2021 at 12:14 PM
05-11-2021 at 10:15 PM
Had it since late March & I don't think it measures under 50 BPM. Says my minimum heart rate every single day is 50. My FitBit tells me my resting heart rate is in the 40s, sometimes going into the mid/upper 30s while I sleep.
05-14-2021 at 06:54 AM
I have a Garmin Vivismart 4. I compared garmin and wyze the heart rate difference are within 5BPM. I guess they either both accurate or both not accurate.
Dankees asked this question on 05-11-2021 at 12:16 PM
05-14-2021 at 06:59 PM
No. You cannot respond to any messages or notifications on the watch.
shadow_nebula asked this question on 05-11-2021 at 12:20 PM
05-14-2021 at 07:01 PM
The Pebble Time is far more functional than the Wyze Watch. This is a effectively a pedometer with notification alerts.
FantasticSpaniel105 asked this question on 05-10-2021 at 09:29 PM
Swampthinq asked this question on 05-11-2021 at 12:16 PM

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Impressive amount of tech for 20 bucks

I no longer support Wyze, especially with health data and emails considering their leak and how they reacted to it.
The good: it's $20 and feels solid, oximeter built in, big screen, you can get pretty much all notifications to it, find my phone, battery life seems decent (I use HR taken every 5 minute option, not sure where that data is going though....)

The bad: no constant heart rate monitoring, heart rate doesn't seem to sync to Google Fit but it's supposed to (for me anyway, even after setting it up), data won't sync to Samsung health, HR is supposed to be taken every 5 minutes (settings option on watch) but the watch shows the light and no data in the app, no reply options, no music control options, heart rate monitor has been off from actual reading a few times by a good amount, find my phone won't turn on your ringer so if it's on vibrate it just vibrates, watch faces are hideous, you can't customize layout of watch faces if you use your own picture (I want HR to be on the main face at all times like my Samsung fit), notifications take a small bit of tinkering and are kind of ugly.


I mean a lot of this can get better with updates to the software. I still like it and my other Wyze products but it always seems it takes a bit before they're truly good.
Picked this up on preorder, wearing it now.

Overall, the biggest disappointment is the clock face styles. Most are borderline hideous [imgur.com], all 10 of them.

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Impressive amount of tech for 20 bucks

I no longer support Wyze, especially with health data and emails considering their leak and how they reacted to it.
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Not bad for $20, features are on par with some of the older Fitbit's
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Picked this up on preorder, wearing it now.

Overall, the biggest disappointment is the clock face styles. Most are borderline hideous [imgur.com], all 10 of them.
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shipping is $5.99, tax is in addition for states with tax
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Good basic watch for $20....have this one.
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Just ordered another one. My wife uses one it's a good basic watch but I need something stop gap to get rid of my old fitbit versa which I have to charge every other day now. I am waiting for the rumored pixel watch or whatever new fitbit they announce this year. Till then this will be my watch for the cheap
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Quote from nithos :
Picked this up on preorder, wearing it now.

Overall, the biggest disappointment is the clock face styles. Most are borderline hideous [imgur.com], all 10 of them.
Zach Morris approved
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I got it and was really hoping it would be good enough to replace my old Samsung active 2. But it's not. The biggest problem is getting text messages, and notifications clearly. They just bulk it into one notifications without details or the ability to reply. Pass.
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This is straight up cheaper than buying a pulse ox monitor. That's nuts.
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Quote from nithos :
Picked this up on preorder, wearing it now.

Overall, the biggest disappointment is the clock face styles. Most are borderline hideous [imgur.com], all 10 of them.
I have one from the first preorder too, also a 47. The materials are excellent. Heart rate and SpO2 measurements work well. Sleep tracking works intermittently.

But good god the UI is awful. Every single one of the clock faces is hideous AND unusable. Want a date with your time? Sorry. Want to customize anything besides the wallpaper? Sorry. Want steps and a date? lol no, unless you want to sear your eyes on the one face that does support it.

I wear it to bed for sleep tracking only. That way I never have to look at it.
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is the heart rate measurements accurate or near accurate, any experience?
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The good: it's $20 and feels solid, oximeter built in, big screen, you can get pretty much all notifications to it, find my phone, battery life seems decent (I use HR taken every 5 minute option, not sure where that data is going though....)

The bad: no constant heart rate monitoring, heart rate doesn't seem to sync to Google Fit but it's supposed to (for me anyway, even after setting it up), data won't sync to Samsung health, HR is supposed to be taken every 5 minutes (settings option on watch) but the watch shows the light and no data in the app, no reply options, no music control options, heart rate monitor has been off from actual reading a few times by a good amount, find my phone won't turn on your ringer so if it's on vibrate it just vibrates, watch faces are hideous, you can't customize layout of watch faces if you use your own picture (I want HR to be on the main face at all times like my Samsung fit), notifications take a small bit of tinkering and are kind of ugly.


I mean a lot of this can get better with updates to the software. I still like it and my other Wyze products but it always seems it takes a bit before they're truly good.
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is the heart rate measurements accurate or near accurate, any experience?
Most of the time it's pretty accurate, but I have had some times where it was off by 10-20 BPM.
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