With the Wyze Watch, which costs just $20 and is now ready for pre-order, Wyze is expanding into smartwatches.
The price of $20 certainly raises some eyebrows, and makes us wonder about its results. But the product, according to Wyze, is made of an aluminum frame that is robust, lightweight, and looks like an awful Apple Watch.
There’s no GPS capability to get the cost down. “This allowed us to create a low-priced smartwatch that is really good at a few things versus doing many things decently well, “This allowed us to create a low-priced smartwatch that is really good at a few things as opposed to doing many things decently well.
In order to give its current customers another way to monitor their smart home devices, Wyze developed the Wyze Watch. Now any time you access them, you don’t need to take out your mobile. Instead the Wyze Watch comes with built-in “shortcuts” features for easy access to other Wyze hardware, which can include cameras and smart light bulbs from the company.
Wyze also developed the watch to focus on tracking the wearer’s health. The device comes with sensors that can monitor the levels of saturation of blood oxygen, heart rate, sleep time, and the amount of steps taken each day by your body.
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The Wyze Watch can connect to an iPhone or Android handset to receive notifications, texts, and phone calls via Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity.
It can last up to nine days on a single charge during normal use
Available in two sizes, 47mm version with a 1.75-inch LCD screen, and a 45mm version with a 1.4-inch LCD display.
It can live for up to 30 minutes underwater at a depth of 2 meters.
Wyze Watch: $19.99 Pre-order Booking
Wyze Band: $29.98