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Huawei Watch 2 Sport Smartwatch - Ceramic Bezel - Carbon Black Strap (US Warranty)
Huawei Watch 2 Sport Smartwatch - Ceramic Bezel - Carbon Black Strap (US Warranty)
Huawei Watch 2 Sport Smartwatch - Ceramic Bezel - Carbon Black Strap (US Warranty)
Huawei Watch 2 Sport Smartwatch - Ceramic Bezel - Carbon Black Strap (US Warranty)
Huawei Watch 2 Sport Smartwatch - Ceramic Bezel - Carbon Black Strap (US Warranty)
Huawei Watch 2 Sport Smartwatch - Ceramic Bezel - Carbon Black Strap (US Warranty)
Huawei Watch 2 Sport Smartwatch - Ceramic Bezel - Carbon Black Strap (US Warranty)
Huawei Watch 2 Sport Smartwatch - Ceramic Bezel - Carbon Black Strap (US Warranty)

Huawei Watch 2 Sport Smartwatch - Ceramic Bezel - Carbon Black Strap (US Warranty)

Huawei Watch 2 Sport Smartwatch - Ceramic Bezel - Carbon Black Strap (US Warranty)
Huawei Watch 2 Sport Smartwatch - Ceramic Bezel - Carbon Black Strap (US Warranty)
Huawei Watch 2 Sport Smartwatch - Ceramic Bezel - Carbon Black Strap (US Warranty)
Huawei Watch 2 Sport Smartwatch - Ceramic Bezel - Carbon Black Strap (US Warranty)
Huawei Watch 2 Sport Smartwatch - Ceramic Bezel - Carbon Black Strap (US Warranty)
Huawei Watch 2 Sport Smartwatch - Ceramic Bezel - Carbon Black Strap (US Warranty)
Huawei Watch 2 Sport Smartwatch - Ceramic Bezel - Carbon Black Strap (US Warranty)
Huawei Watch 2 Sport Smartwatch - Ceramic Bezel - Carbon Black Strap (US Warranty)
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Features

  • Built-in GPS and continuous heart rate: monitor your heart rate and track your workout routes without your phone
  • Scientific sleep tracking: HUAWEI TruSleep keeps track of light, deep and REM sleep stages to make your sleep truly restful
  • Workout Coach: get real-time guidance and workout data such as recovery time and Vo2 Max. Bluetooth: 2.4 GHz Bluetooth 4.1 BLE + BR/EDR
  • NFC and Google assistant: make payments and have a personal voice assistant from your wrist. More than 2 days’ usage* and get even longer battery life with Watch Mode in which the watch still counts your steps.
  • Music and power: download and listen to music with Google Play Music on your watch. You can optimize power consumption settings to get the most out of your device

Description

Huawei Watch 2 smart Watch integrates cutting-edge technology with the look of a Classic sports Watch. Designed to work in harmony with your smartphone or Independently, new features include: standalone GPS navigation, professional running Coach, offline music storage, Wear OS by Google/Android Wear and various apps.


Product Dimensions 1.8 x 0.5 x 1.9 inches


Item Weight 2 ounces


ASIN B06XDMCH6Z


Item model number Leo-B09 B


Batteries 1 CR123A batteries required. (included)


Customer Reviews 3.8 out of 5 stars 942 ratings 3.8 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #71,014 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #1,483 in Smartwatches


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Operating System Android Wear 2.0


Wireless Communication Technology NFC


Connectivity Technology Bluetooth, NFC, GPS


GPS True


Other display features Wireless


Item Weight 2 Ounces


Color Carbon Black


Included Components Watch,Charging cradle (including USB cable),Power adapter,Quick start guide,Safety information,Warranty card


Department Watch


Manufacturer Huawei Device USA Inc


Date First Available March 23, 2017


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Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • Built-in GPS and continuous heart rate: monitor your heart rate and track your workout routes without your phone
  • Scientific sleep tracking: HUAWEI TruSleep keeps track of light, deep and REM sleep stages to make your sleep truly restful
  • Workout Coach: get real-time guidance and workout data such as recovery time and Vo2 Max. Bluetooth: 2.4 GHz Bluetooth 4.1 BLE + BR/EDR
  • NFC and Google assistant: make payments and have a personal voice assistant from your wrist. More than 2 days’ usage* and get even longer battery life with Watch Mode in which the watch still counts your steps.
  • Music and power: download and listen to music with Google Play Music on your watch. You can optimize power consumption settings to get the most out of your device

Description

Huawei Watch 2 smart Watch integrates cutting-edge technology with the look of a Classic sports Watch. Designed to work in harmony with your smartphone or Independently, new features include: standalone GPS navigation, professional running Coach, offline music storage, Wear OS by Google/Android Wear and various apps.


Product Dimensions 1.8 x 0.5 x 1.9 inches


Item Weight 2 ounces


ASIN B06XDMCH6Z


Item model number Leo-B09 B


Batteries 1 CR123A batteries required. (included)


Customer Reviews 3.8 out of 5 stars 942 ratings 3.8 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #71,014 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #1,483 in Smartwatches


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Operating System Android Wear 2.0


Wireless Communication Technology NFC


Connectivity Technology Bluetooth, NFC, GPS


GPS True


Other display features Wireless


Item Weight 2 Ounces


Color Carbon Black


Included Components Watch,Charging cradle (including USB cable),Power adapter,Quick start guide,Safety information,Warranty card


Department Watch


Manufacturer Huawei Device USA Inc


Date First Available March 23, 2017


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Built-in GPS and continuous heart rate: monitor your heart rate and track your workout routes without your phone
  • Scientific sleep tracking: HUAWEI TruSleep keeps track of light, deep and REM sleep stages to make your sleep truly restful
  • Workout Coach: get real-time guidance and workout data such as recovery time and Vo2 Max. Bluetooth: 2.4 GHz Bluetooth 4.1 BLE + BR/EDR
  • NFC and Google assistant: make payments and have a personal voice assistant from your wrist. More than 2 days’ usage* and get even longer battery life with Watch Mode in which the watch still counts your steps.
  • Music and power: download and listen to music with Google Play Music on your watch. You can optimize power consumption settings to get the most out of your device

Description

Huawei Watch 2 smart Watch integrates cutting-edge technology with the look of a Classic sports Watch. Designed to work in harmony with your smartphone or Independently, new features include: standalone GPS navigation, professional running Coach, offline music storage, Wear OS by Google/Android Wear and various apps.


Product Dimensions 1.8 x 0.5 x 1.9 inches


Item Weight 2 ounces


ASIN B06XDMCH6Z


Item model number Leo-B09 B


Batteries 1 CR123A batteries required. (included)


Customer Reviews 3.8 out of 5 stars 942 ratings 3.8 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #71,014 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #1,483 in Smartwatches


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Operating System Android Wear 2.0


Wireless Communication Technology NFC


Connectivity Technology Bluetooth, NFC, GPS


GPS True


Other display features Wireless


Item Weight 2 Ounces


Color Carbon Black


Included Components Watch,Charging cradle (including USB cable),Power adapter,Quick start guide,Safety information,Warranty card


Department Watch


Manufacturer Huawei Device USA Inc


Date First Available March 23, 2017


abunda_amazon_reviews I hate doing this, I really do. I am now 'that guy' who has had a crappy experience and is coming straight to the review section yet had this not happened I wouldn't have left any review at all. Actually, this one star review might even be more for the complete lack of response by the Huawei support staff to communicate what is going on with a support case I filed two months ago. After a month of use - wear everyday to office and back - the watch had a critical failure where a piece broke off of the watch that holds the band in place. This is not fixable by a new band, it was the watch face itself that had a failure (see picture). This occured while I was taking the watch off my wrist when I got home from work. I'm no extreme sporter or anything, this was normal use for a month. I was told by support that this was considered physical damage, therefore my warranty is void. I was floored. Luckily, they decided to take a "special look" at my case given the situation and see what they can do. Since then it's been some back and forth, but mostly nothing at all from them. Broken promises, potential lies (I was told at one point that they were looking for a replacement for my part, then weeks later that they never got photos that I sent them so haven't been able to look at the case). There are other accounts of this I've found on reddit and elsewhere so this is a flaw in their manufacturing that they are either too incompetent or deliberately choosing to disregard. This should have been a very simple send us the part and we'll send you a new one if we determine fault. What I have now is a $250 pocket watch that sits in a drawer at home.;;Reviewed in the United States on February 13, 2018;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Hardware failure - horrible support;;PhillyReader;;;So, I bought this watch about 3 and a half months ago and yesterday the watch body broke (where the band connects, see picture) and fell off my wrist. I had not mistreated the watch or done anything physically stressful to it and it just dropped to the floor. OK, so it was clearly defective, so I called the Huawei service number. While the person who I talked to was very nice, she was asking me to pay US$380 to get the defective watch replaced. Um, this was a US$200 watch in the first place, and it was DEFECTIVE to the point that it fell off my wrist under no stress... FREE service was the acceptable answer. I see no reason to think that any of these are not similarly faulty, look for a higher quality device. The functionality was good, the Android WearOS was pretty darn good, but it's unuseful hunk of silicon and plastic now. BUMMER;;Reviewed in the United States on August 19, 2018;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Defective material, DO NOT BUY;;Jeff O;;;I've had this watch a week now, and after a very rocky start I'm enjoying this watch. My previous watch was a Microsoft Band 2; a marvel of UI engineering combined with incredibly poor hardware reliability -- the non-replaceable strap broke 4 times in a year and now its out of warranty). But anyway, I want to share my Huawei Watch 2 (HW2) experience to help others get to where they can enjoy this. I paired my HW2 with the Amazon branded Alcatel A30 -- an amazing phone for the price! I've paired it from scratch twice now; the first pairing was seamless. Later after I reset my watch and paired again it would get fail on "copy your google account" with no useful error message; I found rebooting my wireless router fixed the problem (no idea why this helps, perhaps clearing the router DNS cache?). A second note about pairing, you really MUST install the "suggested" apps to your phone or your watch will not sync health data. In order these are Android Wear, Huawei Wear, Google Fit, snd Huawei Health. Important quick tip! the first time you ask "what's my heartbeat" the HW2 will ask if you want to use the "Fit" or "Heartbeat" app, CHOOSE THE HEARTBEAT APP! Once you've picked you will NEVER be able to change to the other without resetting your watch, and the Google Fit's heart measurement UI is lame (actually most of google fit is lame, but you need it to save health data from the other apps). As an aside, you are supposed to be able to change your mind about which app to launch, but the option is missing in the current AW2 (Android Wear 2.0) UI. Out of the box battery life sucks, usually less than a day with light usage. However, after disabling wifi on the watch I easily get over days. I'm now in the habit of manually enabling wifi as needed. Related to this there is a problem maintaining the bluetooth connection to my phone. After a while the phone reports it is connected to the watch, but the watch reports it is disconnected from the phone!? Interestingly the behave as they report, notifications from phone to watch happen reliably and immediately, but the watch to phone direction will fail with a "cannot connect" error; the only thing I've found to restablish the two way blue tooth connection is to reboot my phone (rebooting the watch doesn't help). Replying to an incoming text message is never an issue, I can choose to use voice or keyboard, but a big dissappointment was I was unable to initiate a new text message from the phone. If I select message from the "contacts" it jumps to voice input (keyboard entry is not an option?!) and either loops asking "to whom" even though I just picked who I wanted, or even weirder it skips letting me specify a message body immediatly sends a message to my contact with their last name as the body. (Impossible to believe sombody in QA saw this and said yup, works for me, but whatever). The work-around for me was to install Google's "Android Messages" app; using it I can initiate new texts from the watch. Two last complaint: Huawei email support seems to be non-existant, I got no response after filling out their web based form. And the HW2 doesn't do sleep tracking. It really, really should. So after reading this you might wonder why I like this watch, I have two reasons. First, my problems seem to be endemic to Android Wear 2.0 as all the solutions I found are actually from the forums for OTHER brands of watches. More importantly, with the work-arounds mentioned the watch is doing exactly what I got it for, a fitness tracker I can wear 23 hours a day, that I can use to see and respond to messages and calls. Update 2/21/2018 I'm still wearing this watch daily. The Wi-Fi/Bluetooth connectivity related battery problems went away when I upgraded my phone to a Samsung S7 and re-paired the watch. Huawei added automatic sleep tracking and it seems to work well.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 2, 2017;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;A good watch that meets my needs;;Kindle Customer

Shipping

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Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Top Amazon Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By PhillyReader - Reviewed in the United States on February 13, 2018
Hardware failure - horrible support
I hate doing this, I really do. I am now 'that guy' who has had a crappy experience and is coming straight to the review section yet had this not happened I wouldn't have left any review at all. Actually, this one star review might even be more for the complete lack of response by the Huawei support staff to communicate what is going on with a support case I filed two months ago. After a month of use - wear everyday to office and back - the watch had a critical failure where a piece broke off of the watch that holds the band in place. This is not fixable by a new band, it was the watch face itself that had a failure (see picture). This occured while I was taking the watch off my wrist when I got home from work. I'm no extreme sporter or anything, this was normal use for a month. I was told by support that this was considered physical damage, therefore my warranty is void. I was floored. Luckily, they decided to take a "special look" at my case given the situation and see what they can do. Since then it's been some back and forth, but mostly nothing at all from them. Broken promises, potential lies (I was told at one point that they were looking for a replacement for my part, then weeks later that they never got photos that I sent them so haven't been able to look at the case). There are other accounts of this I've found on reddit and elsewhere so this is a flaw in their manufacturing that they are either too incompetent or deliberately choosing to disregard. This should have been a very simple send us the part and we'll send you a new one if we determine fault. What I have now is a $250 pocket watch that sits in a drawer at home.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Jeff O - Reviewed in the United States on August 19, 2018
Defective material, DO NOT BUY
So, I bought this watch about 3 and a half months ago and yesterday the watch body broke (where the band connects, see picture) and fell off my wrist. I had not mistreated the watch or done anything physically stressful to it and it just dropped to the floor. OK, so it was clearly defective, so I called the Huawei service number. While the person who I talked to was very nice, she was asking me to pay US$380 to get the defective watch replaced. Um, this was a US$200 watch in the first place, and it was DEFECTIVE to the point that it fell off my wrist under no stress... FREE service was the acceptable answer. I see no reason to think that any of these are not similarly faulty, look for a higher quality device. The functionality was good, the Android WearOS was pretty darn good, but it's unuseful hunk of silicon and plastic now. BUMMER

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Kindle Customer - Reviewed in the United States on May 2, 2017
A good watch that meets my needs
I've had this watch a week now, and after a very rocky start I'm enjoying this watch. My previous watch was a Microsoft Band 2; a marvel of UI engineering combined with incredibly poor hardware reliability -- the non-replaceable strap broke 4 times in a year and now its out of warranty). But anyway, I want to share my Huawei Watch 2 (HW2) experience to help others get to where they can enjoy this. I paired my HW2 with the Amazon branded Alcatel A30 -- an amazing phone for the price! I've paired it from scratch twice now; the first pairing was seamless. Later after I reset my watch and paired again it would get fail on "copy your google account" with no useful error message; I found rebooting my wireless router fixed the problem (no idea why this helps, perhaps clearing the router DNS cache?). A second note about pairing, you really MUST install the "suggested" apps to your phone or your watch will not sync health data. In order these are Android Wear, Huawei Wear, Google Fit, snd Huawei Health. Important quick tip! the first time you ask "what's my heartbeat" the HW2 will ask if you want to use the "Fit" or "Heartbeat" app, CHOOSE THE HEARTBEAT APP! Once you've picked you will NEVER be able to change to the other without resetting your watch, and the Google Fit's heart measurement UI is lame (actually most of google fit is lame, but you need it to save health data from the other apps). As an aside, you are supposed to be able to change your mind about which app to launch, but the option is missing in the current AW2 (Android Wear 2.0) UI. Out of the box battery life sucks, usually less than a day with light usage. However, after disabling wifi on the watch I easily get over days. I'm now in the habit of manually enabling wifi as needed. Related to this there is a problem maintaining the bluetooth connection to my phone. After a while the phone reports it is connected to the watch, but the watch reports it is disconnected from the phone!? Interestingly the behave as they report, notifications from phone to watch happen reliably and immediately, but the watch to phone direction will fail with a "cannot connect" error; the only thing I've found to restablish the two way blue tooth connection is to reboot my phone (rebooting the watch doesn't help). Replying to an incoming text message is never an issue, I can choose to use voice or keyboard, but a big dissappointment was I was unable to initiate a new text message from the phone. If I select message from the "contacts" it jumps to voice input (keyboard entry is not an option?!) and either loops asking "to whom" even though I just picked who I wanted, or even weirder it skips letting me specify a message body immediatly sends a message to my contact with their last name as the body. (Impossible to believe sombody in QA saw this and said yup, works for me, but whatever). The work-around for me was to install Google's "Android Messages" app; using it I can initiate new texts from the watch. Two last complaint: Huawei email support seems to be non-existant, I got no response after filling out their web based form. And the HW2 doesn't do sleep tracking. It really, really should. So after reading this you might wonder why I like this watch, I have two reasons. First, my problems seem to be endemic to Android Wear 2.0 as all the solutions I found are actually from the forums for OTHER brands of watches. More importantly, with the work-arounds mentioned the watch is doing exactly what I got it for, a fitness tracker I can wear 23 hours a day, that I can use to see and respond to messages and calls. Update 2/21/2018 I'm still wearing this watch daily. The Wi-Fi/Bluetooth connectivity related battery problems went away when I upgraded my phone to a Samsung S7 and re-paired the watch. Huawei added automatic sleep tracking and it seems to work well.

Recent Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By PhillyReader - Reviewed in the United States on February 13, 2018
Hardware failure - horrible support
I hate doing this, I really do. I am now 'that guy' who has had a crappy experience and is coming straight to the review section yet had this not happened I wouldn't have left any review at all. Actually, this one star review might even be more for the complete lack of response by the Huawei support staff to communicate what is going on with a support case I filed two months ago. After a month of use - wear everyday to office and back - the watch had a critical failure where a piece broke off of the watch that holds the band in place. This is not fixable by a new band, it was the watch face itself that had a failure (see picture). This occured while I was taking the watch off my wrist when I got home from work. I'm no extreme sporter or anything, this was normal use for a month. I was told by support that this was considered physical damage, therefore my warranty is void. I was floored. Luckily, they decided to take a "special look" at my case given the situation and see what they can do. Since then it's been some back and forth, but mostly nothing at all from them. Broken promises, potential lies (I was told at one point that they were looking for a replacement for my part, then weeks later that they never got photos that I sent them so haven't been able to look at the case). There are other accounts of this I've found on reddit and elsewhere so this is a flaw in their manufacturing that they are either too incompetent or deliberately choosing to disregard. This should have been a very simple send us the part and we'll send you a new one if we determine fault. What I have now is a $250 pocket watch that sits in a drawer at home.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Jeff O - Reviewed in the United States on August 19, 2018
Defective material, DO NOT BUY
So, I bought this watch about 3 and a half months ago and yesterday the watch body broke (where the band connects, see picture) and fell off my wrist. I had not mistreated the watch or done anything physically stressful to it and it just dropped to the floor. OK, so it was clearly defective, so I called the Huawei service number. While the person who I talked to was very nice, she was asking me to pay US$380 to get the defective watch replaced. Um, this was a US$200 watch in the first place, and it was DEFECTIVE to the point that it fell off my wrist under no stress... FREE service was the acceptable answer. I see no reason to think that any of these are not similarly faulty, look for a higher quality device. The functionality was good, the Android WearOS was pretty darn good, but it's unuseful hunk of silicon and plastic now. BUMMER

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Kindle Customer - Reviewed in the United States on May 2, 2017
A good watch that meets my needs
I've had this watch a week now, and after a very rocky start I'm enjoying this watch. My previous watch was a Microsoft Band 2; a marvel of UI engineering combined with incredibly poor hardware reliability -- the non-replaceable strap broke 4 times in a year and now its out of warranty). But anyway, I want to share my Huawei Watch 2 (HW2) experience to help others get to where they can enjoy this. I paired my HW2 with the Amazon branded Alcatel A30 -- an amazing phone for the price! I've paired it from scratch twice now; the first pairing was seamless. Later after I reset my watch and paired again it would get fail on "copy your google account" with no useful error message; I found rebooting my wireless router fixed the problem (no idea why this helps, perhaps clearing the router DNS cache?). A second note about pairing, you really MUST install the "suggested" apps to your phone or your watch will not sync health data. In order these are Android Wear, Huawei Wear, Google Fit, snd Huawei Health. Important quick tip! the first time you ask "what's my heartbeat" the HW2 will ask if you want to use the "Fit" or "Heartbeat" app, CHOOSE THE HEARTBEAT APP! Once you've picked you will NEVER be able to change to the other without resetting your watch, and the Google Fit's heart measurement UI is lame (actually most of google fit is lame, but you need it to save health data from the other apps). As an aside, you are supposed to be able to change your mind about which app to launch, but the option is missing in the current AW2 (Android Wear 2.0) UI. Out of the box battery life sucks, usually less than a day with light usage. However, after disabling wifi on the watch I easily get over days. I'm now in the habit of manually enabling wifi as needed. Related to this there is a problem maintaining the bluetooth connection to my phone. After a while the phone reports it is connected to the watch, but the watch reports it is disconnected from the phone!? Interestingly the behave as they report, notifications from phone to watch happen reliably and immediately, but the watch to phone direction will fail with a "cannot connect" error; the only thing I've found to restablish the two way blue tooth connection is to reboot my phone (rebooting the watch doesn't help). Replying to an incoming text message is never an issue, I can choose to use voice or keyboard, but a big dissappointment was I was unable to initiate a new text message from the phone. If I select message from the "contacts" it jumps to voice input (keyboard entry is not an option?!) and either loops asking "to whom" even though I just picked who I wanted, or even weirder it skips letting me specify a message body immediatly sends a message to my contact with their last name as the body. (Impossible to believe sombody in QA saw this and said yup, works for me, but whatever). The work-around for me was to install Google's "Android Messages" app; using it I can initiate new texts from the watch. Two last complaint: Huawei email support seems to be non-existant, I got no response after filling out their web based form. And the HW2 doesn't do sleep tracking. It really, really should. So after reading this you might wonder why I like this watch, I have two reasons. First, my problems seem to be endemic to Android Wear 2.0 as all the solutions I found are actually from the forums for OTHER brands of watches. More importantly, with the work-arounds mentioned the watch is doing exactly what I got it for, a fitness tracker I can wear 23 hours a day, that I can use to see and respond to messages and calls. Update 2/21/2018 I'm still wearing this watch daily. The Wi-Fi/Bluetooth connectivity related battery problems went away when I upgraded my phone to a Samsung S7 and re-paired the watch. Huawei added automatic sleep tracking and it seems to work well.