Smart watches

4 smartwatches and bracelets we tried this summer and loved

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If you’re thinking of buying a watch or a bracelet to get back into your routine, this summer we tested a few that are worth it.

With the arrival of September, many people intend to start exercising, especially those who have abused the summer holidays or who have left sports aside for several weeks.

For that, If you don’t have a sports watch or smart bracelet yet, it might be a good idea to buy one.especially since they allow you to count calories burned, record steps and other values, such as sleep quality or hydration.

Fortunately for everyone, there is no shortage of models of all kinds and at different prices, although we cannot guarantee them all because we have not tried them. Of the ones we’ve tried, there are several that have passed through the hands of the experts at in recent months, all with very high marks in our tests.

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The good news is that in all cases we are talking about cheap gadgets, around 100 euros or even less, much less.although if you can afford something else, there are plenty of sports smartwatches out there that offer plenty of guarantees for those willing to pay for them.

  1. Huawei Band 7
  2. Xiaomi Smart Band 7
  3. Huawei Watch Fit 2
  4. POCO Watch

Huawei Band 7

Huawei Band 7

Huawei is still very present in the wearables market, especially with watches and bracelets. This model comes up against the Xiaomi Mi Band, and boy does it succeed.

In our test, the sensations were excellent, in particular by the quality (and size) of its screen, but also by the precision of the sensors and the battery life.

In addition, it includes SpO2 measurement, very useful for everyone, but especially for runners and cyclists who want to know firsthand their aerobic capacity and how they are progressing physically with their training.

It is slightly cheaper than the Xiaomi Band, but not by much.

Xiaomi Smart Band 7

Xiaomi Mi Band 7

Another year the Xiaomi Band returns, which continues to improve in small steps, without making a big leap in quality for a long time, although it should be noted that it was already a smart bracelet with very good features.

The bad news is that while it still has a good screen and a battery life of over 20 days, its price has skyrocketed to over 50 euros, one of the main drawbacks that we can put him.

That said, as a wristband you can put very few snags on it, although it hasn’t made the jump to a larger, rectangular screen like others have.

As we could see in his analysis, one more year he also does not have NFC.

Huawei Watch Fit 2

Huawei Watch Fit 2

The cheapest watch, the Watch Fit 2, which takes over from last year’s best-selling model, steps up a notch from the Huawei Band.

Bet again on a large screen, AMOLED, in addition to the integrated GPS (this time yes, surely thinking of runners) and a wide variety of quantifiable sports activities both indoors and outdoors.

From its analysis, we highlight above all the quality of the materials and the design and the HarmonyOS software, with good sensations at all times.

At launch, its price exceeds 100 euros, although it is very likely that it will gradually drop in the coming months.

POCO Watch

POCO Watch

One of the last devices to pass through our hands and a great commitment from POCO to open up to new markets, surely quite successful if we look at its price, well below 100 euros.

It’s a watch quite similar to the Redmi Watch 2 Lite, with built-in GPS and a truly spectacular screen.

It is designed for all users who want a watch that is reliable in almost all sports, that measures all physical values ​​well and does not cost too much, but also has a battery for a while and complies with everything.

With actual use testing all of its functions in the scan, we extended the battery life up to five days, which isn’t bad at all to have a GPS.

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