You don't have to spend over $100 to find a dependable smartwatch. The Amazfit Bip is an affordable pick originally priced at $70 which does it all, from heart rate monitoring to receiving notifications from your phone, and right now it's on sale to save you even further. You'll score the Amazfit Bip for only $46.99 at Amazon thanks to a 33% discount there on the black model. This is a match for the lowest we have ever seen the smartwatch go, though it is mirroring a one-ay offer at Best Buy so we expect the discount won't hang around for long at Amazon either.
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The fitness tracker includes a PPG optical heart rate monitor. It can also monitor your sleep, measure blood oxygen, and more. It can cover 11 different sports and activities like travel distance, calories burned, etc. The battery lasts 15 days.
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Select configurations of the Amazfit Bip Smartwatch are now $10 off at Amazon while supplies last. You can save on the Amazfit T-Rex GPS Smartwatch today as well.
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The budget-friendly Amazfit Bip smartwatch is the perfect option if you're trying to find a wearable without spending triple digits, and today's deal is probably one of the best early Black Friday smartwatch deals we're going to see. It's lightweight and features an always-on display with a battery that lasts up to 30 days on a single 2.5-hour charge.
This fitness tracker has a robust array of abilities, ranging from heart rate monitoring and built-in GPS all the way to tracking steps, calories, sleep quality, and workout effectiveness. It'll also keep you updated on incoming push notifications, phone calls, emails, and text messages. Your purchase also includes a one-year warranty. In our review of the Amazfit Bip, the smartwatch scored 4.5 out of 5 stars back in late 2018.
i have this watch but i don't use it anymore. the battery life claims are true: this watch literally goes for months without charging. the screen somehow stays on the entire time too, it seems like sorcery, honestly. so where it left me wanting more was the screen brightness and notification handling. the screen, while always-on, is kind of dim and iridescent. if you have a shadow casting on your wrist you won't be seeing the watch unless you touch it to turn the light on. when you get a text, they only appear for like 2 seconds and vanish. if you didn't catch it then, it's gone. finally, the watch offers no way to reply to any of your messages, not even preset replies are supported. so in conclusion, the watch was a little too basic for me, felt more like a Casio than a Pebble.
I had this watch for about a year and a half and I was happy with it. Then the watch face popped off. Several reviewers had the same problem, apparently caused by battery swelling. I looked at the battery and the sides of it were expanded outward. One reviewer said that he glued the watch face back on, but that it was not waterproof after that. And of course with the battery in an abnormal state, there's no guarantee that it wouldn't overhead or start on fire. So I considered it to be unsafe after that.
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