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Ticwatch E most comfortable Smartwatch-Shadow,1.4 inch OLED Display, Android Wear 2.0,Compatible with iOS and Android, Google Assistant
Ticwatch E most comfortable Smartwatch-Shadow,1.4 inch OLED Display, Android Wear 2.0,Compatible with iOS and Android, Google Assistant
Ticwatch E most comfortable Smartwatch-Shadow,1.4 inch OLED Display, Android Wear 2.0,Compatible with iOS and Android, Google Assistant
Ticwatch E most comfortable Smartwatch-Shadow,1.4 inch OLED Display, Android Wear 2.0,Compatible with iOS and Android, Google Assistant
Ticwatch E most comfortable Smartwatch-Shadow,1.4 inch OLED Display, Android Wear 2.0,Compatible with iOS and Android, Google Assistant
Ticwatch E most comfortable Smartwatch-Shadow,1.4 inch OLED Display, Android Wear 2.0,Compatible with iOS and Android, Google Assistant
Ticwatch E most comfortable Smartwatch-Shadow,1.4 inch OLED Display, Android Wear 2.0,Compatible with iOS and Android, Google Assistant

Ticwatch E most comfortable Smartwatch-Shadow,1.4 inch OLED Display, Android Wear 2.0,Compatible with iOS and Android, Google Assistant

Ticwatch E most comfortable Smartwatch-Shadow,1.4 inch OLED Display, Android Wear 2.0,Compatible with iOS and Android, Google Assistant
Ticwatch E most comfortable Smartwatch-Shadow,1.4 inch OLED Display, Android Wear 2.0,Compatible with iOS and Android, Google Assistant
Ticwatch E most comfortable Smartwatch-Shadow,1.4 inch OLED Display, Android Wear 2.0,Compatible with iOS and Android, Google Assistant
Ticwatch E most comfortable Smartwatch-Shadow,1.4 inch OLED Display, Android Wear 2.0,Compatible with iOS and Android, Google Assistant
Ticwatch E most comfortable Smartwatch-Shadow,1.4 inch OLED Display, Android Wear 2.0,Compatible with iOS and Android, Google Assistant
Ticwatch E most comfortable Smartwatch-Shadow,1.4 inch OLED Display, Android Wear 2.0,Compatible with iOS and Android, Google Assistant
Ticwatch E most comfortable Smartwatch-Shadow,1.4 inch OLED Display, Android Wear 2.0,Compatible with iOS and Android, Google Assistant
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Features

  • Android Wear 2.0. Get your favorite apps and watch faces. Request a car ride. Perfect your golf swing. Explore a new neighborhood. With thousands of Android Wear apps, there's no limit to what you can do with your Ticwatch E.
  • Follow your fitness.Track walks, runs, rides, heart rate and strength training with Google Fit and your favorite fitness apps. Get coaching, measure your heart rate, and even stream music, right from your wrist.
  • Your personal voice assistant. Meet Your Google Assistant. Bring Google Assistant to your wrist. Find answers and get things done even when your hands are full. Reply to a friend that you’re running late, remind yourself to call mom, or ask for directions. Just hold the power button or say "Ok Google”.Phone calls only compatible for android device now.
  • If you meet abnormal battery capacity, like sudden drop or short battery life etc. It is not the quality issue. Please charge the watch more 2hrs before you start to use it. And use the watch till battery empty and charge it up to full for 1-3cycles, the battery capacity indicator will be on right status.
  • 30-day money-back guarantee for any reason, 12-month warranty for quality-related issues.

Description

Map out your jog with Glonass and GPS sensor. TicWatch E also provides independent navigation while running and cycling. Accurately track your performance with stats like steps, speed, distance, calories burned and much more. Accurately track your heart rate in real-time with the built-in PPG sensor. Get training mentor with six heart-rate intervals data. Unplug and run. With Google Play Music on TicWatch E, enjoy music without your phone. Perfect for those on a run. For Android & IOS users, be notified of incoming calls, messages, emails and news with just a glance. For Android users only (not applicable for iPhone users), TicWatch E enables you to receive calls, make calls and reply to messages right from your wrist. Personalize your display options with a variety of customized watch faces available on the Google Play Store. OS: Wear OS by Google Compatible Devices: Android 4.3+ and iOS 9.0 Bluetooth:Bluetooth v4.1/BLE Sensor:HR Monitor,Accelerometer,e-Compass,etc.


Product Dimensions 9.21 x 1.73 x 0.53 inches


Item Weight 1.44 ounces


ASIN B076HQPDRF


Item model number Ticwatch E Shadow


Batteries 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required.


Customer Reviews 3.7 out of 5 stars 4,056 ratings 3.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #7,543 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #238 in Smartwatches


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Operating System Android Wear 2.0


Wireless Communication Technology Bluetooth, wifi


Connectivity Technology Bluetooth, GPS


Display Technology OLED


Other display features Wireless


Voice Command Buttons


Item Weight 0.09 Pounds


Color E Shadow


Department Mens


Manufacturer Mobvoi


Date First Available October 23, 2017


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Delivery

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Returns

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Features

  • Android Wear 2.0. Get your favorite apps and watch faces. Request a car ride. Perfect your golf swing. Explore a new neighborhood. With thousands of Android Wear apps, there's no limit to what you can do with your Ticwatch E.
  • Follow your fitness.Track walks, runs, rides, heart rate and strength training with Google Fit and your favorite fitness apps. Get coaching, measure your heart rate, and even stream music, right from your wrist.
  • Your personal voice assistant. Meet Your Google Assistant. Bring Google Assistant to your wrist. Find answers and get things done even when your hands are full. Reply to a friend that you’re running late, remind yourself to call mom, or ask for directions. Just hold the power button or say "Ok Google”.Phone calls only compatible for android device now.
  • If you meet abnormal battery capacity, like sudden drop or short battery life etc. It is not the quality issue. Please charge the watch more 2hrs before you start to use it. And use the watch till battery empty and charge it up to full for 1-3cycles, the battery capacity indicator will be on right status.
  • 30-day money-back guarantee for any reason, 12-month warranty for quality-related issues.

Description

Map out your jog with Glonass and GPS sensor. TicWatch E also provides independent navigation while running and cycling. Accurately track your performance with stats like steps, speed, distance, calories burned and much more. Accurately track your heart rate in real-time with the built-in PPG sensor. Get training mentor with six heart-rate intervals data. Unplug and run. With Google Play Music on TicWatch E, enjoy music without your phone. Perfect for those on a run. For Android & IOS users, be notified of incoming calls, messages, emails and news with just a glance. For Android users only (not applicable for iPhone users), TicWatch E enables you to receive calls, make calls and reply to messages right from your wrist. Personalize your display options with a variety of customized watch faces available on the Google Play Store. OS: Wear OS by Google Compatible Devices: Android 4.3+ and iOS 9.0 Bluetooth:Bluetooth v4.1/BLE Sensor:HR Monitor,Accelerometer,e-Compass,etc.


Product Dimensions 9.21 x 1.73 x 0.53 inches


Item Weight 1.44 ounces


ASIN B076HQPDRF


Item model number Ticwatch E Shadow


Batteries 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required.


Customer Reviews 3.7 out of 5 stars 4,056 ratings 3.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #7,543 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #238 in Smartwatches


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Operating System Android Wear 2.0


Wireless Communication Technology Bluetooth, wifi


Connectivity Technology Bluetooth, GPS


Display Technology OLED


Other display features Wireless


Voice Command Buttons


Item Weight 0.09 Pounds


Color E Shadow


Department Mens


Manufacturer Mobvoi


Date First Available October 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

  • Android Wear 2.0. Get your favorite apps and watch faces. Request a car ride. Perfect your golf swing. Explore a new neighborhood. With thousands of Android Wear apps, there's no limit to what you can do with your Ticwatch E.
  • Follow your fitness.Track walks, runs, rides, heart rate and strength training with Google Fit and your favorite fitness apps. Get coaching, measure your heart rate, and even stream music, right from your wrist.
  • Your personal voice assistant. Meet Your Google Assistant. Bring Google Assistant to your wrist. Find answers and get things done even when your hands are full. Reply to a friend that you’re running late, remind yourself to call mom, or ask for directions. Just hold the power button or say "Ok Google”.Phone calls only compatible for android device now.
  • If you meet abnormal battery capacity, like sudden drop or short battery life etc. It is not the quality issue. Please charge the watch more 2hrs before you start to use it. And use the watch till battery empty and charge it up to full for 1-3cycles, the battery capacity indicator will be on right status.
  • 30-day money-back guarantee for any reason, 12-month warranty for quality-related issues.

Description

Map out your jog with Glonass and GPS sensor. TicWatch E also provides independent navigation while running and cycling. Accurately track your performance with stats like steps, speed, distance, calories burned and much more. Accurately track your heart rate in real-time with the built-in PPG sensor. Get training mentor with six heart-rate intervals data. Unplug and run. With Google Play Music on TicWatch E, enjoy music without your phone. Perfect for those on a run. For Android & IOS users, be notified of incoming calls, messages, emails and news with just a glance. For Android users only (not applicable for iPhone users), TicWatch E enables you to receive calls, make calls and reply to messages right from your wrist. Personalize your display options with a variety of customized watch faces available on the Google Play Store. OS: Wear OS by Google Compatible Devices: Android 4.3+ and iOS 9.0 Bluetooth:Bluetooth v4.1/BLE Sensor:HR Monitor,Accelerometer,e-Compass,etc.


Product Dimensions 9.21 x 1.73 x 0.53 inches


Item Weight 1.44 ounces


ASIN B076HQPDRF


Item model number Ticwatch E Shadow


Batteries 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required.


Customer Reviews 3.7 out of 5 stars 4,056 ratings 3.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #7,543 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #238 in Smartwatches


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Operating System Android Wear 2.0


Wireless Communication Technology Bluetooth, wifi


Connectivity Technology Bluetooth, GPS


Display Technology OLED


Other display features Wireless


Voice Command Buttons


Item Weight 0.09 Pounds


Color E Shadow


Department Mens


Manufacturer Mobvoi


Date First Available October 23, 2017


abunda_amazon_reviews Honestly, this is my first smartwatch. A.) I bought the watch since it's relatively cheap when comparing it to other smartwatches and B.) I also went with this model since I was looking for a decent fitness tracker. My reasoning for making the purchase was to see which camp I fall under. Am I someone that wants a basic fitness tracker or do I want something that has the functionality of a smartphone on my wrist? After having the watch for a couple of weeks, I can see there's a lot of promise, but there are a few problems I've found with the Ticwatch S. 1st problem I noticed is the battery life. Battery life is short enough if the screen is set to "always on," but even with it switched in the other mode where the screen only comes on when you lift your wrist isn't enough to really justify the battery life. I've heard of some people getting over 24 hours on one charge, but the average for me has been closer to 14- 16 hours. Obviously, the battery life drastically shortens (8- 10 hours) when using any of the fitness or gps tracking features. EDIT TO PROBLEM 1: I started to return the watch, but I decided to do some tinkering around with the help of Mobvoi's customer service reps. There are 3 things you can do to vastly improve battery life. SOLUTION 1: Disable wifi on the watch. If you're connected via bluetooth to your phone, you honestly don't need wifi enabled on the watch. SOLUTION 2: Keep the watch face simple (I think this applies to any smartwatch). If you have a watch face that has an animated background, this can slowly suck the life from your watch. SOLUTION 3: Turn off "always listening" for ok google. Yeah, saying "ok google" to launch the google assistant can be handy, but it's just as quick if not quicker to just hold the side button to launch google assistant. Since I've done all of those things, my battery easily makes it more than a day and a half (big improvement from the 12- 18 hours I was originally getting. 2nd problem is the amount of time it takes for the screen to display the time when bringing your wrist up. Most basic trackers (I own a virgin pulse max buzz) almost instantly display the time when raising your wrist, but with the Ticwatch S it feels like it takes around 1.50- 2.00 seconds for the time to display. It doesn't seem bad, but when comparing how quickly other devices are able to display the time or notifications, the latency in the display coming to life can feel like an eternity. 3rd problem involves random hiccups with the smartwatch making or receiving calls. I tried calling my wife using my smartwatch and when she didn't answer the phone on the 1st try, I promptly tried calling her with the smartwatch again. Except this time, there was no audio coming through the watch (except for this rapid fire static sound) and there was no indication a call was being made. I tried using my LG v20 to make a call instead, but suddenly my smartphone wasn't working. Come to find out, my Ticwatch S was constantly redialing my wife's number and her phone would not stop ringing until I switched off the watch. 4th issue I had noticed is that the default fitness tracker doesn't hold up when its checking your heart rate (if you're sitting at a desk using the heart rate function provided by Mobvoi or Google Fit, it takes around 90 seconds for it to display your heart rate). It's massively inconsistent in the gym, but that could be due to my heart rate changing too quickly for the Ticwatch S to properly keep up. But I will admit the GPS tracking feature (the one by Mobvoi, not Google Fit) works remarkably well. I've used it for a couple of hikes and it did a near perfect job tracking my mileage and pace (heart rate did better since it was constant vs. varied). EDIT TO 4TH PROBLEM: Just like a fitbit, I figured that it works better to move the watch slightly up on your wrist. Since I had done this, the watch does a much better job at tracking my heart rate. And my heart rate seems to be spot on with the heart rate tracker on any cardio equipment I've used.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 13, 2017;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Smart watch made better with some tinkering;;Cliff Kyle;;;When I received my Ticwatch E, setup went fine and everything seemed as it should be. Within a few hours, though, I noticed that the display wasn't turning off when the watch was covered or put in my pocket. Follow-up with Mobvoi ultimately led to the conclusion that the proximity sensor wasn't working. After reading a few forums (even Mobvoi's own forum) I wasn't actually even sure the watch had a proximity sensor - as many people seem to be seeing the same behavior. Mobvoi support insists that it does and that it must be returned for warranty repair. On a bit more follow-up, I ran ADB to check the watches capabilities, and, as you can see in the attached screenshot, ADB does not find a proximity sensor in the watch. Support continues to insist that there is one. While on Mobvoi's forum, I went ahead and signed up and posted an inquiry of my own. The system indicated that the post must be approved by a moderator before it would actually post. The moderator has never approved my post. In fact, the only recent posts that appear are from someone selling fake passports. Those posts, amazingly, passed the moderator's check while my legitimate post discussing one of their products apparently did not pass. I haven't yet shipped my watch to Mobvoi, and at this point I think it's more likely that I'll just return it for a refund and buy a different brand.;;Reviewed in the United States on September 3, 2018;;2.0 out of 5 stars;;Faulty Hardware On Arrival;;DAC;;;screen burned in horribly, making it unusable. I loved it at first, and if it weren't for the quality control this would have been a wonderful watch.;;Reviewed in the United States on March 9, 2018;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;screen burned in horribly, making it unusable;;M. R. Veteto;;;This is a fantastic watch. Really great speaker quality, very fast, very light, great operating system and app store. There are many positives to it. I can play my Spotify music directly on my watch without my phone with an app called wearify. Even if they just have wifi that's fine. Still works. So if you go to the gym without your phone it's fine as long as they have wifi. And call quality is great. Talk to text and Google assistant are probably the best parts of it. Texting is easy with Googles talk to text. It's so accurate and fast. And for example. I asked Google assistant what Chinese restaurants are near me. It came up with the whole list and allowed me to navigate to it directly on my watch. I have Google maps installed. I am thrilled with this watch. The one and only negative is the battery life. But it's fine. I unplug at about 6 and have to plug in about 7-8 at night. Sometimes a little sooner. I text and make calls from it though throughout the day. There are just so many positives though that that one thing is swept under the rug. It really is a great watch. Especially for the price.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 12, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Couldn't be more thrilled with it!;;sslat;;;I absolutely love this watch. I was worried about getting it seeing the reviews of the battery life being bad. I use my watch all the time for calls and notifications. I haven't used it for the fit apps though haven't worked it hard on the GPS stuff. So far my battery lasts 1 1/2 days. I only charge it when it is below 10% and I can basically charge it full on my drive into work. (30 ish min). I can turn off which apps send notifications for the watch itself but still get them on my phone. I don't need my personal email notifying me while at work on my watch, but will flag on my phone. Downloaded Facer for a face that I love. Only downfall I see is it takes a few seconds for the face to turn on. I actually (to save battery) set it that it only turns on when I hit the power button. Other than that it does exactly what i need it do. Phone is now on silence all the time.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 11, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Battery life is not an issue if you set options correctly.;;Tony H.

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Top Amazon Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Cliff Kyle - Reviewed in the United States on December 13, 2017
Smart watch made better with some tinkering
Honestly, this is my first smartwatch. A.) I bought the watch since it's relatively cheap when comparing it to other smartwatches and B.) I also went with this model since I was looking for a decent fitness tracker. My reasoning for making the purchase was to see which camp I fall under. Am I someone that wants a basic fitness tracker or do I want something that has the functionality of a smartphone on my wrist? After having the watch for a couple of weeks, I can see there's a lot of promise, but there are a few problems I've found with the Ticwatch S. 1st problem I noticed is the battery life. Battery life is short enough if the screen is set to "always on," but even with it switched in the other mode where the screen only comes on when you lift your wrist isn't enough to really justify the battery life. I've heard of some people getting over 24 hours on one charge, but the average for me has been closer to 14- 16 hours. Obviously, the battery life drastically shortens (8- 10 hours) when using any of the fitness or gps tracking features. EDIT TO PROBLEM 1: I started to return the watch, but I decided to do some tinkering around with the help of Mobvoi's customer service reps. There are 3 things you can do to vastly improve battery life. SOLUTION 1: Disable wifi on the watch. If you're connected via bluetooth to your phone, you honestly don't need wifi enabled on the watch. SOLUTION 2: Keep the watch face simple (I think this applies to any smartwatch). If you have a watch face that has an animated background, this can slowly suck the life from your watch. SOLUTION 3: Turn off "always listening" for ok google. Yeah, saying "ok google" to launch the google assistant can be handy, but it's just as quick if not quicker to just hold the side button to launch google assistant. Since I've done all of those things, my battery easily makes it more than a day and a half (big improvement from the 12- 18 hours I was originally getting. 2nd problem is the amount of time it takes for the screen to display the time when bringing your wrist up. Most basic trackers (I own a virgin pulse max buzz) almost instantly display the time when raising your wrist, but with the Ticwatch S it feels like it takes around 1.50- 2.00 seconds for the time to display. It doesn't seem bad, but when comparing how quickly other devices are able to display the time or notifications, the latency in the display coming to life can feel like an eternity. 3rd problem involves random hiccups with the smartwatch making or receiving calls. I tried calling my wife using my smartwatch and when she didn't answer the phone on the 1st try, I promptly tried calling her with the smartwatch again. Except this time, there was no audio coming through the watch (except for this rapid fire static sound) and there was no indication a call was being made. I tried using my LG v20 to make a call instead, but suddenly my smartphone wasn't working. Come to find out, my Ticwatch S was constantly redialing my wife's number and her phone would not stop ringing until I switched off the watch. 4th issue I had noticed is that the default fitness tracker doesn't hold up when its checking your heart rate (if you're sitting at a desk using the heart rate function provided by Mobvoi or Google Fit, it takes around 90 seconds for it to display your heart rate). It's massively inconsistent in the gym, but that could be due to my heart rate changing too quickly for the Ticwatch S to properly keep up. But I will admit the GPS tracking feature (the one by Mobvoi, not Google Fit) works remarkably well. I've used it for a couple of hikes and it did a near perfect job tracking my mileage and pace (heart rate did better since it was constant vs. varied). EDIT TO 4TH PROBLEM: Just like a fitbit, I figured that it works better to move the watch slightly up on your wrist. Since I had done this, the watch does a much better job at tracking my heart rate. And my heart rate seems to be spot on with the heart rate tracker on any cardio equipment I've used.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By DAC - Reviewed in the United States on September 3, 2018
Faulty Hardware On Arrival
When I received my Ticwatch E, setup went fine and everything seemed as it should be. Within a few hours, though, I noticed that the display wasn't turning off when the watch was covered or put in my pocket. Follow-up with Mobvoi ultimately led to the conclusion that the proximity sensor wasn't working. After reading a few forums (even Mobvoi's own forum) I wasn't actually even sure the watch had a proximity sensor - as many people seem to be seeing the same behavior. Mobvoi support insists that it does and that it must be returned for warranty repair. On a bit more follow-up, I ran ADB to check the watches capabilities, and, as you can see in the attached screenshot, ADB does not find a proximity sensor in the watch. Support continues to insist that there is one. While on Mobvoi's forum, I went ahead and signed up and posted an inquiry of my own. The system indicated that the post must be approved by a moderator before it would actually post. The moderator has never approved my post. In fact, the only recent posts that appear are from someone selling fake passports. Those posts, amazingly, passed the moderator's check while my legitimate post discussing one of their products apparently did not pass. I haven't yet shipped my watch to Mobvoi, and at this point I think it's more likely that I'll just return it for a refund and buy a different brand.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By M. R. Veteto - Reviewed in the United States on March 9, 2018
screen burned in horribly, making it unusable
screen burned in horribly, making it unusable. I loved it at first, and if it weren't for the quality control this would have been a wonderful watch.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By sslat - Reviewed in the United States on April 12, 2018
Couldn't be more thrilled with it!
This is a fantastic watch. Really great speaker quality, very fast, very light, great operating system and app store. There are many positives to it. I can play my Spotify music directly on my watch without my phone with an app called wearify. Even if they just have wifi that's fine. Still works. So if you go to the gym without your phone it's fine as long as they have wifi. And call quality is great. Talk to text and Google assistant are probably the best parts of it. Texting is easy with Googles talk to text. It's so accurate and fast. And for example. I asked Google assistant what Chinese restaurants are near me. It came up with the whole list and allowed me to navigate to it directly on my watch. I have Google maps installed. I am thrilled with this watch. The one and only negative is the battery life. But it's fine. I unplug at about 6 and have to plug in about 7-8 at night. Sometimes a little sooner. I text and make calls from it though throughout the day. There are just so many positives though that that one thing is swept under the rug. It really is a great watch. Especially for the price.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Tony H. - Reviewed in the United States on July 11, 2018
Battery life is not an issue if you set options correctly.
I absolutely love this watch. I was worried about getting it seeing the reviews of the battery life being bad. I use my watch all the time for calls and notifications. I haven't used it for the fit apps though haven't worked it hard on the GPS stuff. So far my battery lasts 1 1/2 days. I only charge it when it is below 10% and I can basically charge it full on my drive into work. (30 ish min). I can turn off which apps send notifications for the watch itself but still get them on my phone. I don't need my personal email notifying me while at work on my watch, but will flag on my phone. Downloaded Facer for a face that I love. Only downfall I see is it takes a few seconds for the face to turn on. I actually (to save battery) set it that it only turns on when I hit the power button. Other than that it does exactly what i need it do. Phone is now on silence all the time.

Recent Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Cliff Kyle - Reviewed in the United States on December 13, 2017
Smart watch made better with some tinkering
Honestly, this is my first smartwatch. A.) I bought the watch since it's relatively cheap when comparing it to other smartwatches and B.) I also went with this model since I was looking for a decent fitness tracker. My reasoning for making the purchase was to see which camp I fall under. Am I someone that wants a basic fitness tracker or do I want something that has the functionality of a smartphone on my wrist? After having the watch for a couple of weeks, I can see there's a lot of promise, but there are a few problems I've found with the Ticwatch S. 1st problem I noticed is the battery life. Battery life is short enough if the screen is set to "always on," but even with it switched in the other mode where the screen only comes on when you lift your wrist isn't enough to really justify the battery life. I've heard of some people getting over 24 hours on one charge, but the average for me has been closer to 14- 16 hours. Obviously, the battery life drastically shortens (8- 10 hours) when using any of the fitness or gps tracking features. EDIT TO PROBLEM 1: I started to return the watch, but I decided to do some tinkering around with the help of Mobvoi's customer service reps. There are 3 things you can do to vastly improve battery life. SOLUTION 1: Disable wifi on the watch. If you're connected via bluetooth to your phone, you honestly don't need wifi enabled on the watch. SOLUTION 2: Keep the watch face simple (I think this applies to any smartwatch). If you have a watch face that has an animated background, this can slowly suck the life from your watch. SOLUTION 3: Turn off "always listening" for ok google. Yeah, saying "ok google" to launch the google assistant can be handy, but it's just as quick if not quicker to just hold the side button to launch google assistant. Since I've done all of those things, my battery easily makes it more than a day and a half (big improvement from the 12- 18 hours I was originally getting. 2nd problem is the amount of time it takes for the screen to display the time when bringing your wrist up. Most basic trackers (I own a virgin pulse max buzz) almost instantly display the time when raising your wrist, but with the Ticwatch S it feels like it takes around 1.50- 2.00 seconds for the time to display. It doesn't seem bad, but when comparing how quickly other devices are able to display the time or notifications, the latency in the display coming to life can feel like an eternity. 3rd problem involves random hiccups with the smartwatch making or receiving calls. I tried calling my wife using my smartwatch and when she didn't answer the phone on the 1st try, I promptly tried calling her with the smartwatch again. Except this time, there was no audio coming through the watch (except for this rapid fire static sound) and there was no indication a call was being made. I tried using my LG v20 to make a call instead, but suddenly my smartphone wasn't working. Come to find out, my Ticwatch S was constantly redialing my wife's number and her phone would not stop ringing until I switched off the watch. 4th issue I had noticed is that the default fitness tracker doesn't hold up when its checking your heart rate (if you're sitting at a desk using the heart rate function provided by Mobvoi or Google Fit, it takes around 90 seconds for it to display your heart rate). It's massively inconsistent in the gym, but that could be due to my heart rate changing too quickly for the Ticwatch S to properly keep up. But I will admit the GPS tracking feature (the one by Mobvoi, not Google Fit) works remarkably well. I've used it for a couple of hikes and it did a near perfect job tracking my mileage and pace (heart rate did better since it was constant vs. varied). EDIT TO 4TH PROBLEM: Just like a fitbit, I figured that it works better to move the watch slightly up on your wrist. Since I had done this, the watch does a much better job at tracking my heart rate. And my heart rate seems to be spot on with the heart rate tracker on any cardio equipment I've used.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By DAC - Reviewed in the United States on September 3, 2018
Faulty Hardware On Arrival
When I received my Ticwatch E, setup went fine and everything seemed as it should be. Within a few hours, though, I noticed that the display wasn't turning off when the watch was covered or put in my pocket. Follow-up with Mobvoi ultimately led to the conclusion that the proximity sensor wasn't working. After reading a few forums (even Mobvoi's own forum) I wasn't actually even sure the watch had a proximity sensor - as many people seem to be seeing the same behavior. Mobvoi support insists that it does and that it must be returned for warranty repair. On a bit more follow-up, I ran ADB to check the watches capabilities, and, as you can see in the attached screenshot, ADB does not find a proximity sensor in the watch. Support continues to insist that there is one. While on Mobvoi's forum, I went ahead and signed up and posted an inquiry of my own. The system indicated that the post must be approved by a moderator before it would actually post. The moderator has never approved my post. In fact, the only recent posts that appear are from someone selling fake passports. Those posts, amazingly, passed the moderator's check while my legitimate post discussing one of their products apparently did not pass. I haven't yet shipped my watch to Mobvoi, and at this point I think it's more likely that I'll just return it for a refund and buy a different brand.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By M. R. Veteto - Reviewed in the United States on March 9, 2018
screen burned in horribly, making it unusable
screen burned in horribly, making it unusable. I loved it at first, and if it weren't for the quality control this would have been a wonderful watch.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By sslat - Reviewed in the United States on April 12, 2018
Couldn't be more thrilled with it!
This is a fantastic watch. Really great speaker quality, very fast, very light, great operating system and app store. There are many positives to it. I can play my Spotify music directly on my watch without my phone with an app called wearify. Even if they just have wifi that's fine. Still works. So if you go to the gym without your phone it's fine as long as they have wifi. And call quality is great. Talk to text and Google assistant are probably the best parts of it. Texting is easy with Googles talk to text. It's so accurate and fast. And for example. I asked Google assistant what Chinese restaurants are near me. It came up with the whole list and allowed me to navigate to it directly on my watch. I have Google maps installed. I am thrilled with this watch. The one and only negative is the battery life. But it's fine. I unplug at about 6 and have to plug in about 7-8 at night. Sometimes a little sooner. I text and make calls from it though throughout the day. There are just so many positives though that that one thing is swept under the rug. It really is a great watch. Especially for the price.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Tony H. - Reviewed in the United States on July 11, 2018
Battery life is not an issue if you set options correctly.
I absolutely love this watch. I was worried about getting it seeing the reviews of the battery life being bad. I use my watch all the time for calls and notifications. I haven't used it for the fit apps though haven't worked it hard on the GPS stuff. So far my battery lasts 1 1/2 days. I only charge it when it is below 10% and I can basically charge it full on my drive into work. (30 ish min). I can turn off which apps send notifications for the watch itself but still get them on my phone. I don't need my personal email notifying me while at work on my watch, but will flag on my phone. Downloaded Facer for a face that I love. Only downfall I see is it takes a few seconds for the face to turn on. I actually (to save battery) set it that it only turns on when I hit the power button. Other than that it does exactly what i need it do. Phone is now on silence all the time.