I legit tried wearing it for over a month. It works well as a watch, and you can choose from a handful (not much more) of pretty cool faces. But that’s about it. All the other functions pretty well suck.
@krdshrk Not really in the same league / class as today’s Meh offering, though (I had hopes based on your recommendations). Agree with the round format. I don’t mind getting a new ~$25 smart watch every year, because they always hold a charge for 5-7 days and if I break them at a rate of one per year, I am still spending less than I would on a single “quality” watch if it lasted 7 years (which none do). Currently wearing a Virmee VT3 Plus, which I would buy a 6-pack of if could still get them for $25. Sigh…
These typically sell for $40 tax and Doty free on cruise ships. The reviews aren’t great but if for$20 it’s just a spiffy looking timepiece. I want a smart watch bur I’m not going to start with Samsung.
I’ve owned a couple of really cheap smart watches. This is definitely the best of the really cheap shady smart watches. If for no other reason than the charger has a little notch in it that helps it stay on. I like it. It’s nice but not so nice that someone stabs me at work to take it.
I came here to ask just that! As a nurse I have been frustrated finding a watch with a sweep second hand for pulse/respiration counts. The one I did land on finally would show seconds … but the damn thing timed out every 10 seconds and went back to the holding screen, with no option to lengthen the amount of time!
Damn I wish my Martian watch still worked!
@scottypotty It often takes several hours, or even overnight, for the initial charge to get to the point that the watch “wakes up”. If you’ve tried that without success, head over to meh.com/support and let them know what’s up.
Absolute garbage! Received package immediately plugged it in to charge (24 hours) battery life expected 4-5 days, Total time: 47 minutes of battery life. (Yes, I hooked it up correctly, yes it was plugged in)