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#262170 8-Jan-2020 16:42
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I recently purchased one of these smartwatches for around $35 including postage from trademe. I had seen the same ones advertised on FB and checked on a youtube video to see an unboxing.


I purchased one for a colleague at work too. Basically It has all the usual functions for a sports band/fitbit but also included BP monitoring and Spo2.


Ill tell you what it is made of plastic for sure but it appears to work reasonably well and for $30. the connection app for the  android/IOS is an app called Fitpro. I went for a walk this am and it mapped my walk fine.


The only downside is the recordings are not automatic-on the app you press a button-"start measure"


Ill report back on the accuracy of the Bp readings-we have a cuffed one at home too.


I am on medication for high blood pressure hence me looking for this type of Device.


I have been using the Huawei G2 watch that came with my P30 pro.


you also have notifications from facebook and a few other apps.

GZMCC. Nokia Lumia 1020,Lenovo Yoga C640. 8 gb Ram and 256Gb SSD, Cam Am Spyder F3 LTD.  GoPro 5 Black,  Huawei P30 Pro,Huawei GT Smartwatch

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  #2387550 8-Jan-2020 17:17
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I'm wary that cheap Chinese devices with associated apps like this are just a cheap way for harvesting personal data for on-sale.
It may not be an issue for most.

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