Smart Watch, UMIDIGI Uwatch 2S Fitness Tracker Heart Rate Monitor, Activity Tracker with 1.3″ Touch Screen, 5ATM Waterproof Pedometer Smartwatch…

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  • 【Lightweight & Personalized Watch Faces】 The Uwatch 2S smartwatch has a 1.3-inch square color touch display, which is characterized by its elegance, lightness, sturdiness and scratch resistance. After connecting with your phone, you can choose more than 100 watch faces to replace, or customize your own photos.
  • 【Fitness Tracker for Women Men】Automatically monitor your heart rate, sleep status (deep sleep, shallow sleep, awakening), and provide a comprehensive sleep quality analysis. You can set 14 exercise modes, view specific data in the Da Fit app to help you develop a healthier lifestyle.
  • 【Smart Watch for iPhone and Android Phones】Compatible with most iOS 8.0 & Android 4.4 or above smartphones, not for pc or tablet. Install the free and secure “Da Fit”, bind this smartwatch in your cell phone. You can receive email, calendar, text and call, app notifications on this watch, let you never miss important information.
  • 【Cost-effective & Multifunction watch】 Activity tracker (pedometer, calories, distance), menstrual cycle calculation for women, 14 sport modes, remote control of music and cameras, weather report, sedentary reminder, alarm clock, stopwatch, find phone, brightness adjustment, and other functions to meet your daily needs
  • 【Long Battery Life & Waterproof smartwatch】Breakthrough battery performance can up to 15-Day Battery Life after fully charged (2.5 hours). Uwatch 2S meet 5ATM waterproof standard, you can wear it when washing hands, in the rain and swimming (notice: Do Not use in water more than 100. 40℉, such as showers, saunas, etc). Just feel free to contact us via order ID if you need any support, we will always be here to serve you!

Specification: Smart Watch, UMIDIGI Uwatch 2S Fitness Tracker Heart Rate Monitor, Activity Tracker with 1.3″ Touch Screen, 5ATM Waterproof Pedometer Smartwatch…

Parcel Dimensions

‎10 x 10 x 7 cm, 180 Grams

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Special features

‎Sleep Monitor, Pedometer, Notifications, Heart Rate Monitor

Other display features



‎Space Grey

Item Weight

‎180 g

9 reviews for Smart Watch, UMIDIGI Uwatch 2S Fitness Tracker Heart Rate Monitor, Activity Tracker with 1.3″ Touch Screen, 5ATM Waterproof Pedometer Smartwatch…

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  1. Mayte GL

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     Me encanta este smartwatch.Cuenta con todas las prestaciones que buscaba como contar pasos,ritmo cardíaco,presión sanguínea e incluso funciones muy útiles para las mujeres como controlar el ciclo menstrual.

    Es resistente al agua y se sincroniza de manera muy sencilla a través de bluetooth con la app que te descargas en el App store donde también puedes cambiar el fondo de pantalla.

    Es muy completo a la hora de llevar un control sobre los deportes que practicas,incluso tu calidad del sueño,puedes usarlo como disparador de fotos y también controlar la música que reproduces en el móvil o para que te avise cuando recibes una llamada o mensaje en el teléfono.

    En definitiva,creo que está fenomenal y su precio es muy competitivo.

    Estoy muy contenta con esta compra.

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  2. Cliente Amazon

    En un mes he comprado dos, pero el primero tenia unas funciones que el segundo no. No entiendo porque se envían unos con medición de presión arterial, oxígeno en sangre y brújula, algo que aparece en cualquier review en internet y el segundo recibido nada de eso.

    Para colmo en el segundo comprado ni me aparece el mismo fondo de pantalla que aparece en las imágenes.

    Pido respuesta inmediata.

    Cuál es la razón?

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  3. Yu Zhang

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     Fast shipping.
    Built quality is great. There are two little switches on back to change straps.
    The app to connect this watch to your mobile device is called Da Fit, and it’s available on Google Play and Apple App Store.
    Main screen of watch shows time, date, day, bluetooth connection, battery percentage, current steps, and kilometer walked.
    From main screen, swipe up takes you to the setting.
    Swipe down takes you to measure heat beat rate, blood pressure, blood oxygen level on demand. Also shows test message/wahtsapp/facebook notification, weather, and your mobile phone notifications. It can be used as camera shutter to take photo and music player control to play/pause, fast forward, and fast rewind on your mobile device. Also equiped with a stop watch.
    Three birghtness levels and canbe changed both on watch.
    It also has a compass built in, and it’s quite convienient.
    I have had it on for some time and really love it. It measures continuously your heart beat rate during sleep and sleep duration hours.
    You can also select different training mode and the watch will start record your activities.
    I have tried it in water and it’s waterproof.
    Battery life is good. I constantly raise my hands to read time, see steps, and measure heart beat rate.

    Overall, I like this Umidigi Uwatch 2S smart watch for its great built quality and packed features and value.

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  4. Lee

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     Very smart looking smartwatch. It has absolutely everything. All different types of sports monitoring and calories, steps, ect. It reads heart rate, blood pressure and oxygen levels. It tells you the weather and even has a compass on it. Khan it also tells the time, reads messages and other phone stuff. Its smart looking and made well. It charges easy and lasts at least 2 days depending on usage. In very happy with it

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  5. Leanne

    I had purchased a smart watch last year and it was awful. So, I was skeptical about purchasing another smart watch and refuse to pay Apples prices. However, I am sooo thankful I did! 🙏🏼
    This watch is well worth the price! Delivery was an option for the same day (which it came within hours) , easy set up -synced quickly to the app, to my phone. The app is very basic. Does what it’s suppose to. The options for the face of the phone is endless. The battery is absolutely amazing! It charged it fully on Friday and it is now Tuesday and the battery is at 66%.
    It is comfortable to wear and trendy. Doesn’t get in the way (too bulky) -and I absolutely love the rose gold colour!

    Overall, I would recommend this smart watch to anyone! 150% worth the price!

    Since buying this watch in February (3 months later) the battery barely lasts me 2 days. (With only texting/calling notifications on). Staying charged a week at time, to 2 days … huge difference.

    So upset!

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  6. Diego A.

    Avevo già un Umidigi UWatch 2 (motivo per cui c’è il cinturino in maglia milanese), un dispositivo che mi era piaciuto molto, unico difetto era l’impermeabilizzazione, visto che si era fulminato mentre mi lavavo le mani (questo infatti rimarrà molto lontano dall’acqua). Le misurazioni sono reali infatti si nota lo scostamento nelle misurazioni da quando sto calmo a quando mi metto in movimento. Le misurazioni non sono precisissime visto che da misurazione a misurazione c’è uno scostamento del 10 – 12% che dovrebbe essere dato dal fatto che il firmware è ancora acerbo visto che il dispositivo è stato rilasciato da Umidigi pochi giorni fa. Le traduzioni in italiano non sono perfette, per esempio l’impostazione per cambiare la luminosità si chiama fulgore’. Il display è molto buono, si vede sempre, quando pieghi il braccio per controllare per esempio l’orario lo smartwatch non sbaglia mai, si accende sempre. La connettività Bluetooth è veloce. A dimenticavo anche se l’orologio è rotondo, lo schermo dentro è quadrato ma non ci si fa troppo caso.
    Quando era appena uscito l’Umidigi UWatch 2 anche lui non era perfetto lato firmware, le misurazioni erano un po’ sballate… ma col tempo è migliorato, quindi sono sicuro che anche questo verrà migliorato. Sconsiglio a gran voce di metterlo a contatto con l’acqua anche se è impermeabile!

    Edit: Di recente ho acquistato anche Uwatch 3S.
    In generale è molto simile al suo predecessore.
    Anche qui le misurazioni sono buone, peccato per la mancanza della funzione di misurazione della pressione. Ovviamente il display è quadrato, si nota leggermente di più rispetto al 2S, ma non è un gran problema. Ottima la funzione per accendere il display dello smartwatch e controllare l’orario con il movimento del braccio. Buona anche la durata della batteria. In oltre, ora non c’è alcun problema di traduzione, quindi da questo punto di vista è perfetto. Una pecca potrebbe essere il fatto che, quando si riceve un messaggio sul proprio telefono e lo si visualizza, non c’è la possibilità di scorrere per guardarlo per intero, per cui bisognerà comunque controllare sul proprio cellulare.
    In generale però rimane uno smartwatch con un prezzo abbastanza accessibile per quello che offre.

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  7. eric

    I’ve never seen silicone fade before, but here we are. Looks almost like it has been top coated. It’s a poorly made watch, and if the cosmetics weren’t bad enough, the heart rate monitor is severely off. I put my Garmin on one wrist and my wife’s watch (this one ) and the difference was significant. Also, the treadmill she was on said she had burned 303 calories and this watch registered less than 30.
    Its not smart for a smart watch and it’s cosmetically cheap.
    Returning two days after delivered date.

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  8. Wilson F.

    I’ve owned a few smartwatches myself. A couple of Android Wears, a Galaxy S Frontier, the Pebble back in its hayday and the Umidigi Uwatch 3. This watch is the latest of the collection and there are a few things I like and also a few I don’t.

    — Hardware —
    I bought the watch band version, my first impression was that it looked amazing. Loved the size, the weight, the minimal look all appeal to me aesthetically. There’s no buttons or dials on the side. The design is very sleek. It is slimmer to most other smartwatches or at least comparable to the slimmer ones out there.

    Let’s talk about the screen a little bit. On the surface, that big round black area looks great with the watch, however most of it isn’t the screen. The screen is a square area located in the upper part of the big round black face. There’s a round capacitive button located at the bottom for “cancel/back/wake up” operations. We’ll get to the navigation in a bit, but the fact that the screen doesn’t fill up the whole round area is a little turn off-ish. Kind of a missed opportunity I think because the rest of the watch looks so good. You kinda get used to it after a while though which I did after a few days of use.

    The charging cable it came with attaches to the watch magnetically, you can only attach it one way and it doesn’t come off or get disconnected easily. This is one of the things that is obvious and that some other watches manufacturer can still get it wrong. Umidigi nailed it in this department, and my older Uwatch 3 comes with the same cable so I can charge both.

    I can also attest to the waterproofness of the watch. I didn’t go swimming but I did bring it into the shower one time(in the name of academic testing so don’t judge). The watch actually still function well when it’s wet, so that’s a plus, can’t say the same about my waterproof ebook reader which I’ll not go into.

    — Health and Fitness —
    Let’s get to the more exciting parts of this watch, there are a few things that none of my other watches has and that’s blood pressure and blood oxygen levels. As a middle aged carnivore, blood pressure is always something on my mind, am I getting enough exercise? am I eating healthy enough? is my waist getting in my way? So the blood pressure functionality is a very welcomed. While it’s comforting that all of the readings are within normal range, I didn’t verify the accuracy or relative accuracy of those readings because I don’t have another way to measure my blood pressure other than to go to my local shoppers drug mart of the clinic. I can tell you though that it reads higher when I’m a bit more agitated so that’s at least a good sign.

    Blood oxygen level is new to me, I’m not in the health industry, so I don’t exactly know what that’s related to. Upon searching up on google, it’s related to heart and lung diseases, so to those with a condition, it would be a very useful tool to gauge if things are getting worse and whether you should go see a doctor.

    Heart rate. I turned on continuous heart rate reading on the watch, so it monitors my heart rate which is on avg 72 bpm and shows that I’m alive. The reading is comparable to my other watches so I believe it’s correct. BUT when I went biking over the weekend, it reads my heart rate was steady and that concerns me about the accuracy because there are hills where I live and the bike ride had a least 100m elevation gain, so my heart rate cannot possibly stay steady and my other watches have confirmed that. I’m not sure if it’s a software problem, but I hope Umidigi takes note and fixes that.

    Another standard function of a fitness tracker is sleep tracking. I can verify that it tracks my sleep well. The sleep time and wake up times are both accurate. Can’t tell you when I actually go into deep sleep or REM so I’ll just have to trust the watch. The patterns are similar to what my other watches tell me, so nothing concerns me with this regard.

    — Notifications —
    Notifications are easy to read on the watch, the Da Fit app allow you to configure what notification you want to be sent to the watch. The standard ones include your Phone, SMS, Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, Skype, Instagram, Line, KakaoTalk, WeChat… and one called “Other”. The “Other” obviously is the kitchen sink, because the app doesn’t know which app is providing the notification so it groups it as other, so you cannot specifically turn on notification for YouTube but not Pinterest for example because the app doesn’t recognize them. It’s a shame because some notifications will update the percentage of completion like downloads and updates, and they’re quite annoying.

    — Battery Life —
    The information claims a 15 days battery, I worn it for a whole week with 15% left. Do keep it mind though I did go for a 2 and a half hour bike ride(s) over the weekend, plus testing out the functionalities, measuring my blood pressure on a whim, so the usage pattern is a bit heavy. I also believed it can last 15 days if you only use it as a watch and not have continuous heart rate turned on because it was sipping battery slowly in the first few days before I went on the bike ride(s). So take that 15 days battery with a caveat. It will certainly last a week for sure which is plenty.

    — Navigation —
    Navigation as a whole is fairly easy with swipes left and right going thru your stats. Swiping up to access the watch functions and Swiping down will give you some quick buttons which I find rather redundant. The round capacitive button at the bottom of the screen will bring you back to “Home”

    — Watch face —
    The Da Fit app has about a hundred watch faces you can select, and this is rather subjective. I personally found the original being the most pleasant.

    — Da Fit —
    My older Uwatch 3 uses the VeryFitPro app, but this watch uses another app called Da Fit. It’s probably because of the additional functionalities of blood pressure and blood oxygen reading. Both apps are made professionally and are quite good. My biggest gripe of Da Fit is that it cannot be synced to Strava or Google Fit. The data is forever locked in the Da Fit app and cannot get out. As a multi-watch owner like myself, that’s not acceptable because my data cannot be centralized. I have to look at strava for my Uwatch 3/Samsung tracked bike rides, but I have to switch to Da Fit or the Uwatch 2S tracked. This is so far my biggest problem with this watch, and it prevents me to use this watch for any exercise related tracking. I still like my blood pressure read though….. sigh.
    I also haven’t tried tracking with GPS on, and how the Da Fit app handles it, but since it cannot be synced to Strava, I never bothered.

    — Other functions —
    The strangest thing I find with this watch is the Alarm. For the life of me I cannot find it anywhere on the watch navigations. I found the stopwatch, weather, find my phone, camera shutter, and music control…… but no alarm. I can however set the alarm in Da Fit, and the watch will buzz when the alarm sounds. Not the most annoying, but weird. The music controls works fine even though it’s not as front and center as Android Wear and Samsung makes them so I don’t use it much. It’s just more convenient to control it via my bluetooth headset instead. The camera shutter brought me to another camera interface so it’s a bit confusing, but it does work with a 3 second count down once you press the shutter button so you’re not caught with your hand pressing the shutter button on your watch.

    — Conclusion —
    I honestly quite like the watch and I can see myself wearing it day in and day out… There are a few drawbacks, but the long lasting battery and good normal day health tracking makes this a good watch to wear on a daily basis, with me switching to other watches for exercise purposes. The low price is a no brainer also.

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  9. anca24w

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     Hallo zusammen…
    Ich habe heute meine Umidigi Smartwatch bekommen…Und war von Anfang an begeistert… Einmal der Preis ist angemessen und was ich auch sehr gut fand, man bekommt für den kleinen Preis sag ich mal viele Funktionen und die Qualität der Uhr stimmt auch…
    Positives +
    +das Design und Qualität
    +der Preis
    +die Funktionen:Musik Steuerung vom Smartphone, Kamera Steuerung vom Smartphone, Blutdruck,Puls, Blutsauerstoff, Sportübungen, Benachrichtigungen vom Smartphone z. B. WhatsApp, Facebook uvm erhalten durch Vibrationsalarm.
    Wettervorhersage, find my phone Funktion, Kompass,Wecker,Schrittzähler.
    (ich hoffe das ich keine Funktion vergessen habe)
    +leichte Bedienung
    +sehr schnelle und gute Verbindung zum Smartphone über die App Da Fit.
    +die Uhr hat auch die richtige Größe für Frauenarmgelenke.
    +man hat sehr viele verschiedene Ziffernblätter zur Auswahl und man kann sogar sein Lieblingsfoto als Hintergrund drauf machen.

    Negatives –
    -trotz auf höchster Helligkeitsstufe kann man bei Sonnenlicht sehr wenig auf der Uhr ablesen.

    Ich würde die Smartwatch von UMIDIGI gerne weiterempfehlen und vergebe deswegen 5 Sterne.
    Wenn sich meine Begeisterung ändern sollte für die Uhr werde ich diese Rezension ändern aber das hoffe ich mal nicht.
    Ich werde die Smartwatch jetzt erstmal testen im Alltag und werde euch auf dem laufenden halten 😉

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