Wyze Watch Review: A $20 Apple Watch lookalike
|1. Quick, accurate SpO2 readings||1. Doesn’t support voice assistants, mobile payments, or downloadable apps|
|2. Works with Wyze smart home devices||2. No always-on display option|
|3. Large screen||3. Lacks GPS support|
|4. Long battery life||4. Only tracks running workouts|
5. Inaccurate distance and pace calculations in testing
|Display Type||TFT LCD|
|Phone OS Compatibility||Android, iOS|
|Heart Rate Monitor||Yes|
|Battery Life||9 days|
|Display Size||1.75 inches|
|Fitness Features||Accelerometer, Heart Rate Monitor|
|Estimated Battery Life||9 days|
|Separate App Store||No|
|Phone Call Capacity||No|
You may be familiar with Wyze if you’re the type of person who likes to stretch a dollar. The Wyze Watch price is $20. It is the lowest pricing for a variety of smart home and wearable offerings. Its amazing features include Premium hardware, Ultra-affordable price, Nine-day battery life and etc.
When you see the Wyze watch look like Apple Watches and it also looks very much like a high-end smartwatch. It has silicone band and built from aluminum with 300mAh battery. Wyze 47mm has bright, 1.75-inch TFT LCD touchscreen. It comes up with the feature heart rate and blood oxygen sensors on the back of device.
You feel comfortable while wearing these watches because watch ships with a silicon strap. You can upgrade this if you want, with leather strap.
This software you find in many watches is very basic. Pairing the watch is very fast in this software. You can control any other Wyze device if you have it in your home through the shortcuts app.
There is no Wi-Fi and you are limited to Bluetooth connectivity in these watches. But that connectivity is also best and works well and fast.