Where to get it?
Tinwoo Smart Watch for Women Men, All-Day Activity Tracker Bluetooth Fitness Pedometer,Smart Watches for iOS, Android Phone, with Heart Rate Monitor (TPU Band Black)
Despite not being an Android Wear watch, the Tinwoo Quartz has some impressive features and a low price.
Lightweight and comfortable
The Tinwoo Quartz is a low-profile custom option. The more premium metal band version uses a magnet to keep itself closed, and despite some pinching from the basic chainmail band, it ends up being fairly comfortable to wear for an entire day.
Tinwoo Quartz settings are simple and straightforward. Its settings page has three settings: the first changes the watch face, the second controls screen brightness, and the third controls how long you have before the screen turns off – you can set it to always-on, but that reduces the brightness.
Fitness tracking features are available
Fitness tracking features are also included. Swiping from left to right brings up a step counter, distance counter, and estimated calories burned, and returning to the “app drawer” lets you tell it you’re going to do an activity and it will track your progress. You can also monitor your heart rate, which is located on the leftmost page. It does, however, report a slightly erroneous fluctuation in one’s actual heart rate.
Notifications controls are somewhat limited
The Tinwoo Quartz does receive phone notifications. It’s a simple setup, but it’s a feature you can’t disable. While you may receive notifications, you cannot interact with them; there is no “open on phone” and no “reply on watch.”
Music controls available
The only controls available are the media options. You can play/pause, skip forward and back, and change the volume of the music, but strangely, it tells you what song is playing as a notification rather than anywhere near the media controls.
Average battery life
The tiny 210mah battery only lasts about a day and a half on full brightness and 3-second screen on time. Though it’s not poor per se, it’s a long way from the 13+ days of “working time” quoted on their website. The magnetic USB cable makes charging relatively simple, and the watch is also IP68 rated