Ticwatch Active

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      What’s the difference between
      Active and Classic Series?

      Ticwatch Active and Ticwatch Classic are designed with different use cases in mind. The main difference is the look-and-feel, and the material used: Light weight and snuggly,

      Ticwatch Active has an aluminium case and liquid silicone rubber band, which is great for sports;

      Ticwatch Classic features medical grade stainless steel case and genuine leather or stainless steel band to create a classic look, which is great for daily use or a special occasion.

      Both watches support Ticwear OS and use same internal hardware and there is no difference in terms of software functionalities.

      • Intuitive Sports App

      • Heart Rate Monitor

      • Built-in GPS

      • Music On Device

      • Perfectly Round

      • Light Weight

      • Silky Smooth, Liquid Silicone Band

      • Water And Sweat Resistance

      • Aluminum Case
      • Silicon Rubber Band
      • Charging Cable
      • Charging Dock
      • Aluminum Case
      • Silicon Rubber Band
      • Charging Cable
      • Charging Dock

      A smartwatch with everything you want.

      • Size:

        44mm case. 11.95mm thickness. 20mm band.

      • Battery life:

        300mAh battery. Up to 1.5 days - 2 days of mixed use.

      • Wireless charging:

        Patented fast wireless charging technology. Recharge fully within 80 minutes.

      • Sensors:

        Built-in GPS; Dynamic Heart Rate sensor; Gyrometer; Accelerometer

      • Water resistant (IP65)

      • Other hardware highlights:

        "Tickle" side strip; linear motor; anti-noise microphone, speakers

      • Ticwear OS:

        Ticwatch's home made OS, with frequent, regular updates based on users' suggestions.

      • Notifications & Apps:

        A full range of stock apps and easy-to-read notification management feature helps you stay on top of your busy day.

      • Watch faces:

        Rich watch face selection, and more to come with updates.

      • Compatible with Android and iOS phones

      Specification

      • Screen

        Round OLED display ;1.4 inch/ 36mm ;

        287ppi

      • Processor

        1.2GHz dual-core MT 2601

      • Memory

        512M RAM + 4G ROM

      • Bluetooth

        Bluetooth v4.1

      • WLAN

        802.11 b/g/n

      • Tickle Strip

        Hidden under shell

      • Built in Sensors

        Dynamic optical heart rate sensor, acceleration sensor, gyroscope, Glonass sensors, GPS

      • Built in Hardware

        Linear motors, anti-noise microphone, speakers

      • Waterproofing

        IP65

      • Strap

        20mm

      • Battery

        300mAh

        TiCharge(trademark wireless charge technology) enabled

      • Artur

        November 22, 2016

        This is a great watch. Not perfect, but getting there. Hardware: 5 stars. I bought this watch (Onyx, the one with the metal bracelet) on Kickstarter specifically for the hardware. The build quality is quite high all around. The interface is intuitive and responsive, and there are enough faces that you will find a face that works for you. Many of them are too busy for me, and there's few faces that give a lot of information without a lot of unnecessary details. I bought this specific smart watch because I really wanted to be able to go running without my phone, and the features I bought it for: 1. Listen to music through bluetooth. To get music onto the watch, you need to first have a physical copy of the file on your phone, then transfer it from your phone to your watch via bluetooth. It's quite annoying if you don't have the file but you do have a streaming service; it requires you to torrent the music or purchase it for download. If you do take your phone, you can stream it from your phone like normal, and control the tracks / volume from your watch, which is quite convenient! 2. Track my location / number of steps taken. It tracks location as well, but I have yet to test it out. The newest OTA update allows syncing with Strava, which I will test once I go running. 3. Monitor my pulse. The pulse monitoring works quite well from what I've experienced if the watch doesn't move around too much (i.e., the band is snug). 4. Battery life. Quite good! I haven't had it go below 50% after a whole day of use, but I imagine that when I go running, it will deplete more quickly. 5. Sapphire glass on the Onyx watch. I have no scratches, seems solid so far. 6. Voice pickup: excellent. 7. Volume: surprisingly loud, considering its size. 8. Aesthetics: No flat tire, no flashy features. Uses a magnetic stand to charge. The Onyx watch (steel frame) came with a steel bracelet and two silicone bracelets (I think it was just a Kickstarter deal), and I replaced the metal one with a silicone strap for comfort. If the metal bracelet is not snug enough, it tugs on my arm hairs and is annoying. I will probably use the silicone on a daily basis, and swap out for the metal when I go out or something. 9. The steel bracelet opens nice and wide (bi-directionally), which is very nice if you have big hands like me. Adding and removing links is a pain unless you're very dextrous and have good eyes. The tool the provide to adjust the bracelet is not very good, but it does the job if you take your time and are very careful. 10. The Onyx comes with the magnetic charger and a little silicone stand, since you can't lay it flat with the metal bracelet. All others come with just the magnetic charger. It works well, and holds the watch in place even at a 60º angle, which is impressive. Software / firmware: 4.5 stars There is a lot of functionality in this watch, but since it run on its own OS, they had to do everything from scratch. This is not an Android Wear watch, and is still marginally compatible (I say marginally because some people have managed to do it by installing some packages. I can't do it easily, since I have a Mac.) This means that all the apps that are developed for Android Wear don't work yet, but they are working on implementing compatibility. There are a few gestures/features which they advertise that I have mixed feelings about. 1. You can cover the screen with your palm to dim the screen. This works very well and I use it all the time. 2. You can slide your finger along the metal casing ("tickle") on the side to scroll. This does not work very well. Tickling downward (screen moves up) is not very sensitive, and it's easier to just scroll using the screen. Going the other direction works just fine, but as going down is more important, I simply stopped using this feature. I think this can be updated in the firmware to make it more useful. 3. The voice assistant works pretty well for basic tasks. You can set reminders, timers, and alarms, you can check the weather and calendar. I tried to text people from my contact list, but it didn't work. Replies work fine if you get an incoming message, but sending a text out from the voice assistant does not work. Hopefully they fix this feature, as it's quite nice to have. 4. The Mobvoi Store on the android app to control the watch is quite bad. There are no useful apps that I've found. This may change in the future. Thankfully, the watch already has a lot of functionality. 5. At first, you will get a lot of notifications on the watch. You can disable notifications on your watch for specific apps by long pressing the notification and touching the "cancel" icon, which is the circle with a slash through it. When you clear a notification on your watch, it clears on your phone as well. That's a nice feature. 6. The weather app is wildly inaccurate. I have no idea where they get their info, but I would love to see something better. Right now, it says 57º, with a range of 37º - 73º. Google says 66º with a range of 50º - 66º. That's a huge difference, and Google is much closer to the true temperature. 7. You can call from your watch using your phone, and it works well. You can even use a bluetooth headset / headphones and it works very well. 8. The stopwatch, alarm, and timer all work great. 9. The voice recorder is very nice, and is quite sensitive. 10. You can ping your phone if you can't find it. It needs to be in bluetooth range, but if you're not, the moment it connects, it will make a sound. Super useful if you're the forgetful type (I'm not). That's it for now. I will update once I go trail running, which will likely be this weekend, and let you know how the bluetooth connection is, battery life under strain, GPS tracking, heart rate monitoring, and syncing with Strava. Also, next time I use an Uber, I'll try using the watch. So far, so good!

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      • Amazon Customer

        December 25, 2016

        Ticwatch is my first smart-watch. I was searching for a watch that would let me track my runs and affordable. This one fits the bill: you get GPS+heart monitor and simple interface to start the activities. The watch is very light (same as my mechanical watch at ~60g) and not too big so you don't notice it. The silicon band keeps the watch snugly on your wrist which helps for the heartbeat acquisition. Notifications synchronization with Android works without issues and Mobvoi support seems to be pretty on top of their game to add features following community requests. On the running side for example, they added synchronization with Run-keeper app and said they would add interval training notifications soon, which is really the last feature I could use regularly. So globally I'm very satisfied and yes the product is still getting better with every release which is a good thing in my book plus it's not breaking the bank. So what's not to like?

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      • Dhornbeck

        December 19, 2016

        Check out my video for a detailed look at the watch, and look up my YouTube Channel: Donavon Hornbeck for an in depth look at the software on the watch. I personally own the charcoal version of the Ticwatch 2. This is my 5th smartwatch, and it is pretty easily my favorite. While there are some limitations to the software, this is a watch that does all of the things that a smartwatch should do, and does it well! It is not a perfect watch, and there are some things that Mobvoi needs to improve upon, but overall I really like this watch, and here is why: I personally own the charcoal version of the Ticwatch 2. This is my 5th smartwatch, and it is pretty easily my favorite. While there are some limitations to the software, this is a watch that does all of the things that a smartwatch should do, and does it well! It is not a perfect watch, and there are some things that Mobvoi needs to improve upon, but overall I really like this watch, and here is why: Hardware: 5/5 - The TicWatch is built beautifully. I personally have the charcoal version, so I will speak to that one. The charcoal version is a sporty version that is built with the active person in mind. The silicone bands are very comfortable to wear, and are also easily replaceable. The watch itself has a nice metal casing and scratch resitant glass (note: the Onyx and the Oak version use Corning Guerrilla Glass). The watch itself really only has 2 "buttons." There is the main button that can turn the watch on and off, and then there is the "tickle side" that can be used to navigate through the menus and through notifications. Personally I like just using the touch screen on the watch because that is very responsive. In terms of sensors, the watch has a gyroscope, heart rate sensor, GPS, and Bluetooth built in. It does also have a microphone and speaker built in to answer phone calls and to interact with "Tico," the personal assistant built in. Software: 4/5 - There is a lot to love about the software of the TicWatch, but there is still a lot that leaves you wanting. The watch itself is so simple and easy to interact with because the developers really put a lot of thought into making this a watch that does all of the necessary features well. The three areas of the software that I personally feel could use some work are: 1) The indoor running accuracy. All of the rest of the activity features seem very accurate, but the indoor running is not there yet. They definitely need to work on the accuracy. On a 5 mile treadmill run the TicWatch said that I ran under 4 miles... over 20% off is not acceptable. The step count was good and accurate during that run, but the distance was well off. Outdoors it uses GPS and is spot on though. I emailed the company, and the indoor running accuracy is a known issue that they said they are working on fixing. 2) The "Tico" personal assistant works well at some things, but let's be honest... it's no Google, which I wish it was. 3) There isn't much app development, and there probably won't be. You can look up how to sideload Android Wear apps onto the watch if you want, but personally it isn't a necessity for me. To their credit, I have already had two software updates on the watch in the 2 weeks that I've owned it, which points to Mobvoi obviously trying to get this done well. Battery Life: 4.5/5 - I am generally getting through 24 hours of usage with about 50% battery remaining. That percentage drops down to around 20% or 30% if I keep ambient mode on. With that said, I could easily get through 2 days of battery life if I wanted, but generally I charge it just before going to bed. The charging is very quick. It takes less than an hour to get it fully charged from 20% to 100%, and it uses Qi wireless charging. You can use the Qi disk that it comes with, but I actually use my Moto 360 Sport charging stand to charge mine. If you really want to extend the battery it does have a power saving mode that shuts off all of the sensors and only shows the time. If you use that at night when you are sleeping you could easily get two full days. Features its missing: - No sleep detection. Personally I wouldn't use that, but for many people this is a feature they want, and I'm sure Mobvoi could easily add this in. - A more universal music option. As it is now you can only download music to the watch if you have the music downloaded onto your phone. The watch does allow you to control your music for Spotify, Google Play Music, etc.... but you cannot download music from those services onto the watch. - Accurate indoor run tracking. I mentioned this above, but it's worth mentioning again. This needs to be updated ASAP. Conclusion: Is this watch perfect? No, but I really love what Mobvoi is doing with the TicWatch 2, and I wish that Andoid Wear would look and work a bit more like the software on the TicWatch 2. Mobvoi still has some work to do, but this is a fantastic device so far.

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      • Mktg-gal

        February 5, 2017

        After hours of research on smart watches that weren't from Apple, I decided on Ticwatch and bought this as a Christmas present for my daughter (Sr. in HS) - and she absolutley loves it. She loves it as work-out tracker too (miles ran, time, etc). Her only downside is not being able to respond to texts directly from watch (an iOS limitation). It looks great even on her small wrist and she always gets complements! She can change the face designs and seems to have a different one every day. The watch has a ton of features and functions, the user experience is smooth, intuitive and easy to read. As a parent, I was excited to find a cool smartwatch that didn't break the bank, yet still had 'smarts' and looked like a watch (round). From my POV, I don't need a smartwatch to do everything since I have 2 iPhones (work & personal), but I can understand some of the reviewers being disappointed in lack of some iOS features available. Mobvoi is a start-up, I believe, and I hope they make it - despite my iOS bent, after trying an Apple Watch last year, I found it too big and clunky for me, and honestly didn't seem all that great (I returned it). Now considering Ticwatch for myself!

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      • Zeus

        December 22, 2016

        Amazing smart watch. cant be beaten for the features it offers at 179$ price point. some thing i liked. -Heart Rate was accurate i verified from other cardio machines at gym -great watch faces and i hope mobovi will keep releasing new ones) -saw one update to the watch os already, which is great. -blazing fast and shows notifications really well -speaker/mic also works for phone calls

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