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Waterproof HUAWEI Watch FIT Bluetooth Smartwatch – Amazing Battery Life and Low Price!

Huawei has launched a new Waterproof HUAWEI Watch FIT Bluetooth Smartwatch, A watch with different colour variation. Let’s discuss everything you need to know about it.

Design

Watch Fit brings many options and is much lighter than the previous versions, with a new silhouette, extremely feminine and modern. This time the Chinese go for a rectangular version, with rounded corners, which at first sight made me think of an Apple Watch. The premium look, the attention to detail, but especially its weight are just some of the elements that conquered me. The watch also comes in Graphite Black, Sakura Pink and Mint Green.

The watch weighs only 21g and has a thickness of only 10.7 mm, which makes it very comfortable to wear all day and at night. You do not feel its weight at all; the materials from which it is made allow the skin to breathe. The metal frame houses the Home button on the right side. The screen is protected with 2.5D curved glass. The back made of a matte plastic which contains the sensors. In the centre’s prominent part, the only element that leaves a small trace of wearing the watch on the skin. The matte plastic belt would theoretically be removable, according to the Chinese manufacturer. 

Display

The 1.64-inch AMOLED display has a resolution of 280 x 456 pixels. The dimensions are well proportioned; this high aspect ratio is well-chosen; it gives the feeling of a watch that falls into a higher price category. The screen is bright; even in bright sunlight, the information is visible.

Huawei Health and watch specifications

Watch Fit works with the Huawei Health application. Pairing the clock with the phone is easy. The application is very generous in information, options, types of training. From the point of view of sports activity, you can find here a range of complex workouts. For example, you have 12 fitness classes, with exercises for each area you want to work on, 13 types of running trails, for beginners and advanced. You can choose from a long list of 96 sports: cycling, rowing, swimming, stepper, strength, aerobics, and the list goes on and on. Workouts can be recorded, and then you can see almost everything you are interested in about the efficiency of a workout, duration, calories consumed while also following the pulse to make sure that everything is fine.

And Huawei Watch Fit, like its older siblings, Watch Gt 2 and Gt 2e, allows you to monitor your blood oxygen saturation, a function not very common for a smartwatch of about $100 because this is the price of this little one. And if we still mentioned the sensor for measuring the level of oxygen in the blood, well the watch also comes with a gyroscope, accelerometer, pulse measurement sensor and GPS. You can monitor your sleep, and in the application, you can see the quality of your sleep, so you can make changes to rest as well as possible. The watch also allows monitoring the level of stress, weight. You can easily change the watch’s faces, either with a long press on the screen and swipe through the range of faces or from the application. You can take your favourite music on your watch. You have information about the weather, a stopwatch, flashlight, and an option to find your phone if you don’t know where you left it.

Watch fit is waterproof, comes with 5ATM certification, which means it can withstand up to 50 m depth for 10 minutes. 

Battery life

The battery should last up to 10 days. 

Conclusion

Huawei Watch Fit is a super good-looking fitness watch that stands out for its good taste and simplicity. We are talking about a good companion for monitoring physical activity, with a sports coach’s desires on the wrist. For sports enthusiasts, it is an excellent option to consider. It is not a smartwatch for professionals, nor does its price rise to an elite watch level. For a smartwatch of about $100, it offers even more than you would expect.

Pros and Cons

Pro:

  • an excellent watch with a delightful design
  • comfortable
  • Easy
  • lots of training options
  • good autonomy
  • attractive price

Cons:

  • bracelets do not have an intuitive system to change