This $80 smartwatch beats Apple’s $1,000 watch in three important ways
The Apple Watch Series 4 is fantastic, there’s no doubt about it. But it’s also very expensive, with prices starting at more than $300 and going up to $1,000 and beyond! But even at $1,000, there are two important ways that the $80 Amazfit Bip Smartwatch by Huami has the Apple Watch beat. First, it works with Android devices in addition to iPhones. Second, it supports sleep tracking. And third, it lasts for up to a whopping 30 days per charge! You can’t even get two full days of battery life out of an Apple Watch.
Here are the bullet points from the product page:
- Look as Good as You Feel: With a range of colors and options, the Bip is designed to be worn as an extension of your personal style. Weighing only 1.1oz (32g), and with a bright, transflective always-on 1.28" display, the Bip can be worn all day
- Go the Distance: Use the Amazfit Bip for up to 30 days on a single 2.5-hour charge.
- Don't Miss a Beat: Optical heart rate monitoring and built-in GPS allow you to accurately track in real-time your steps taken, distance traveled, calories burned, and quality of sleep. Special sport modes (running, treadmill, cycling and walking) give you even more detailed insights into your most frequent activities.
- Be in the Know: The perfect companion to keep you organized and productive all day long. Receive one-way notifications for emails, SMS messages, and incoming phone calls (prompting you to take action on your smartphone), as well as alerts for Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, LinkedIn, Snap, Slack, weather forecasts, and other mobile apps
- Satisfaction Guaranteed: Buy with confidence. Amazfit offers a 30-day refund policy, and 12-month new replacement warranty.
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