Hwagol Smart Watch (Answer/Make Call), 2024 Newest 1.85 Inch Fitness Tracker, Heart Rate/Sleep Monitor/Pedometer/Calories, Multiple Sports Modes, Women’s Men’s Fitness Watch for Android iPhone(Pink)

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7 reviews for Hwagol Smart Watch (Answer/Make Call), 2024 Newest 1.85 Inch Fitness Tracker, Heart Rate/Sleep Monitor/Pedometer/Calories, Multiple Sports Modes, Women’s Men’s Fitness Watch for Android iPhone(Pink)

4.0
Based on 7 reviews

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Usurelu George

It's doing everything I needed it to do and under$30. Wonderful for kids or parents that don't know much about technology but you want to monitor vital signs etc. the phone call quality gets choppy at times but music sounds fine. This is wonderful. Will update in 30days

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Usurelu George

It's doing everything I needed it to do and under$30. Wonderful for kids or parents that don't know much about technology but you want to monitor vital signs etc. the phone call quality gets choppy at times but music sounds fine. This is wonderful. Will update in 30days

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Usurelu George

It's doing everything I needed it to do and under$30. Wonderful for kids or parents that don't know much about technology but you want to monitor vital signs etc. the phone call quality gets choppy at times but music sounds fine. This is wonderful. Will update in 30days

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Vincent Veronica

It's super simple but a dealbreaker for me: the stopwatch resets anytime you leave it! Unlike say an iphone or even a cheap wristwatch, if you leave the stopwatch function even just to look at the current time, it sets back to zeros/start. I time different things at work and in my day to day, so the stopwatch is a major feature for me, as simple of one as it is. When I read that this has a stopwatch, I just assumed it had one with a persistent instance. Furthermore, the stopwatch doesn't allow the screen to go off, so if I'm timing something that will be a couple hours long, it is unnecessarily wasting battery power. This is unfortunate, because the watch itself is pretty okay for its price.Now for the watch. I like it! It's cheap, so of course you get what you pay for, but I like the customizable background, the notifications from texts/emails, being able to make phone calls through, and even having a bright screen/flashlight function. Those are all very handy features for me.The button is kinda cheap, it spins for no reason but feels like it would break off if it clipped something, it should just be a firm button if that is all that it does. The strap feels comfortable, I've seen others refer to it as "cheap" but it's just a silicone strap. I haven't worn it long enough to know how it would feel with sweat or gunk under it. I also have not worn it long enough to test battery power, and I likely won't get that far. The built in games are pretty bad, and it has some bugs, but I can overlook all of that personally.But dang, the stopwatch! Grrr! :(

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  1. It's doing everything I needed it to do and under$30. Wonderful for kids or parents that don't know much about technology but you want to monitor vital signs etc. the phone call quality gets choppy at times but music sounds fine. This is wonderful. Will update in 30days

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  2. This is a great watch for the money. It for the most part does everything my daughters I phone watch does. It's sturdy. I don't have a protective cover. It's good with water as in washing my hands, wrist, etc. I feel like I've had it longer. You do have to download a free app. No big deal. I'll try to update pics later.

  3. It's super simple but a dealbreaker for me: the stopwatch resets anytime you leave it! Unlike say an iphone or even a cheap wristwatch, if you leave the stopwatch function even just to look at the current time, it sets back to zeros/start. I time different things at work and in my day to day, so the stopwatch is a major feature for me, as simple of one as it is. When I read that this has a stopwatch, I just assumed it had one with a persistent instance. Furthermore, the stopwatch doesn't allow the screen to go off, so if I'm timing something that will be a couple hours long, it is unnecessarily wasting battery power. This is unfortunate, because the watch itself is pretty okay for its price.Now for the watch. I like it! It's cheap, so of course you get what you pay for, but I like the customizable background, the notifications from texts/emails, being able to make phone calls through, and even having a bright screen/flashlight function. Those are all very handy features for me.The button is kinda cheap, it spins for no reason but feels like it would break off if it clipped something, it should just be a firm button if that is all that it does. The strap feels comfortable, I've seen others refer to it as "cheap" but it's just a silicone strap. I haven't worn it long enough to know how it would feel with sweat or gunk under it. I also have not worn it long enough to test battery power, and I likely won't get that far. The built in games are pretty bad, and it has some bugs, but I can overlook all of that personally.But dang, the stopwatch! Grrr! 🙁

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  4. **Update 11/11/23**After-Sales customer service is pretty strong with this company. They have emailed me multiple times saying they have passed these issues on to their design team to upgrade and optimize. They even offered a replacement or full refund. I will be updating my rating to 5 stars as the watch does work as "Designed". Just could use some software tweaks to make it better. We shall see if the issues get addressed in future models. **Original review 9/22/23**I would like to start by saying I am comparing this watch to a Garmin Vivoactive 4 with an iPhone 14 Pro Max.I do a lot of activities at work that keep my hands resting while walking so my Garmin is unable to count the steps accurately. This is common with all smart watches. I can get anywhere between 10-30K steps in a day and I was only getting credit for half of those. Therefore, I ended up keeping my Garmin in my pocket to register them. This left me without a way to see what time it was unless I pulled out the watch, my phone or used "Siri". So I went looking for an inexpensive watch. That is when I found this Hwagol G20.The price is awesome at just under $30. Especially when you look at what all it can do. The display is large enough to read and has vibrant colors. It has MANY features. However, I quickly found that several of these are not without problems. Battery last me a couple of days. I just charge it every other. I have never owned an iWatch, but of the ones I've seen for friends, I would probably compare this to a MUCH cheaper version of those. It is a 10th of the price of my Garmin.Note that if you want to get a screen protector for this watch, be sure it specifically says it works for the G20 Hwagol. I accidently got the wrong one and it was a little big.I'm not a fan of the band though. I much prefer Velcro (hook & loop) bands as they are much more comfortable to me. The metal buckle on standard bands tend to cut in to my wrist. Sadly, this band is 24mm which makes options limited. I'm still trying to find one that will work and is not a fortune.Now to my primary issues with the watch.1. Audio through watch. MY BIGGEST ISSUE - Although this is a nice feature, it is constantly trying to play audio through the watch. This is fine if I was using the watch to receive calls or using it to play my music. However, if I am using the actual phone to play a game, watch a video, texting or making a call, I do not want it to play through the watch. I absolutely hate the sound it makes when you are trying to type a message on the phone. Sounds REALLY bad. Yes, you can tell the watch to play audio through the phone instead by swiping down on the screen and then tapping on the icon in the bottom left to switch from watch to phone. However, if you walk away from your phone and come back, it auto reconnects to audio from the watch. So you have to change it again. If you are charging the watch, you simply CAN NOT get it to disconnect audio from the watch. No matter what you do. Even if you tell your phone to "Disconnect", it connects back again and again. So you have to walk out of range of the watch to get your phone audio back. If you receive a call and answer with your phone, you have to make sure you tell the phone to use the phone as audio or else it will default to watch. Then you have to tell the person on the phone to hold on while you fix the audio. Needs an option to lock in audio settings.2. Backwards date - It displays day/month instead of month/day like I am used to. Example, September 22, 2023 is shown 22/9. Needs an option to change to 9/22. Would be nice to see year as well, but not that big of a deal.3. Display during calls - While on a phone call, the watch displays the person you are talking to along with a button to "end call". You can not change this display. So if you want to see what time it is while in a call, you can't. Could use an option to press button on side to go back to main display so you can see the time and press again to return to call display.4. Watch faces and deleting them - The app (JYouPro) has a few more watch faces you can download to the watch. I suspect more faces will be available in the future. However, they are limited and once you download them, I can not seem to delete any that are on the watch. Would be nice to have a way to delete faces. On that note, their is supposed to be a way to add and delete "components" to the watch. These are individual displays for things like weather, blood oxygen, pressure, etc. Although I did see how to add new components, the method to delete does not seem to work. According to the manual, you are to long press for 3 seconds the menu button to get an option to remove. I don't get one. This needs to work and it could use a similar option to delete watch faces.5. Sensor accuracy - One of the things that drew my attention to this particular smart watch was the ability to measure blood pressure. My Garmin does measure stress, heart rate, respiration, steps, floors, sleep, hydration and calories, but it does not do blood pressure or oxygen. So I really liked having this additional option. Although blood oxygen seems pretty spot on when comparing to my Sp02 device, the blood pressure however, is way off compared to my blood pressure device. Like 20 points on both numbers. I expect a little difference, but not that much.6. Sleep monitoring - This is ONLY monitored from 9:00 pm to 11:00 am the next day. States this in the manual. This may be fine for most people, but for someone who works overnights like myself, this just does not work. My Garmin allows me to set the sleep times in it's app. Furthermore, it works in conjunction with the Health app on iOS and it will record data no matter what time of the day it is. This is handy on my off days as I tend to alter my sleep time during those days. Their really needs to be an option for this setting or allow it to work with the Health app. After all, the Health app DOES allow you to sync data from the JYouPro app so why not the other way?7. Synchronizing - If you power the watch off like I do to keep the audio from connecting when I'm using my Garmin, you have to synchronize the watch with the app when you power back on. Otherwise the date and time are off. Funny how the audio can reconnect back to the phone when you power on, but the time and date doesn't?8. Military time - Even though I have mine set to 12 hour format, for some reason from midnight (12:00 am) to 1:00 am the time is displayed In military format. So 12:24 am displays as 00:24. After it passes from 1:00 am, time display in normal 12 format. Very odd.In all, this is a pretty descent watch. Again, for the price you just can't beat it. I feel a lot of my issues could be easily fixed with software updates. Hopefully Hwagol will offer these in the future.

  5. First thing so noticed was how soft the band is, it's like butter smooth. Came 3/4 charged which is good. Was pretty easy to set up. The blood pressure is off by about 30 on all three for me. Hoping after couple days it might adjust a bit. I doubt it but I can only hope. Main reason I got this is to keep tabs on my Blood pressure as I work and not suppose to be do to high BP. It being too low but if it doesn't I can always add 30 to each reading. I read one said it was off my 20 mine dang 30. Maybe due to mine running so high it's hard to measure it. Trying to figure out if it reads better on top or on the veins themselves? Which is the way I have always worn watches when I did. This watch is very light weight, I forget I have it on. I have yet to figure out how to add youtube & Tik tok but I will hopefully not many good instructional videos out there but if us know make one! Under 20$ really I can't even throw shade it does what it's suppose to do.

  6. I *guess* it was worth the $20. LOLIf you're interested in seeing what a smartwatch feels like without the commitment, I *would* suggest this.But... The application is very heavy on the phone and I was never able to hook up calling because of some permission not given in my phone settings.The health tracking app is rudimentary at best. Very difficult to figure out how to organize and schedule different readings from the phone. Necessary for me to open the app for the watch to download the collected data to the phone. Not truly synched, although connected and communicating.Automatic screen on during wrist tilt feature drives you nuts at night because every time you move it turns the bright screen on.The wrist band and overall build seem pretty durable. But the associated software is definitely the bottleneck.Magnetic charger is not strong enough to properly secure and orient the charging contacts. This can cause the watch to quit charging.Eventually lost the proprietary charger. Would be a much better product if it used a common USB style charging port.You get what you pay for.

  7. I recently purchased the Smart Watch (Answer/Make Calls) and I must say, it has exceeded my expectations in terms of functionality, design, and overall performance. This smartwatch offers a plethora of features that make it a versatile companion for both men and women.Firstly, the 1.85-inch full touch color screen provides excellent picture quality and smooth navigation. The display is vibrant and easy to read, making it a joy to interact with the watch. I particularly love the ability to customize the dial, thanks to the DIY feature. By connecting the watch to my phone, I can design my own unique style and personalize the watch face to suit my mood and preferences.The multiple sports modes offered by this smartwatch are truly impressive. Whether I'm walking, running, cycling, playing basketball, football, or even practicing yoga, this watch accurately tracks and records my exercise data, helping me stay motivated and reach my fitness goals. It's like having a personal trainer on my wrist!Apart from the sports tracking, this smartwatch also boasts a range of practical tools. The alarm clock and stopwatch come in handy for my daily routines, and the music controller allows me to manage my music playback directly from my wrist. Additionally, features like weather updates, sedentary reminders, and adjustable brightness further enhance the overall user experience.The health monitoring capabilities of this smartwatch are outstanding. With the ability to continuously and accurately track my heart rate throughout the day, as well as monitor my sleep quality, I can gain valuable insights into my overall health and well-being. The smartwatch even supports blood oxygen monitoring, providing me with a comprehensive picture of my health status.One aspect that I appreciate is the IP67 waterproof rating. I no longer need to worry about removing the watch while washing my hands or engaging in outdoor activities. It's a great convenience that adds to the overall durability of the device.Battery life is another standout feature of this smartwatch. With its strong battery capacity, I can enjoy up to 10 days of usage on just a 1.5-hour charge. This is perfect for those who are always on the go and don't want to constantly worry about charging their devices.Lastly, the smartwatch seamlessly connects to my phone, allowing me to receive message notifications from various social media platforms, including Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram, and Twitter. I can even hang up incoming calls directly from my wrist, ensuring that I never miss any important updates or communication.Overall, the Smart Watch (Answer/Make Calls) is an exceptional fitness tracker with a stylish design that caters to both men and women. Its multitude of features, accurate tracking capabilities, and long battery life make it an excellent choice for anyone looking to stay fit, connected, and in control of their health. I highly recommend this smartwatch to all Android and iPhone users seeking a reliable and feature-packed wearable device.

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Hwagol Smart Watch (Answer/Make Call), 2024 Newest 1.85 Inch Fitness Tracker, Heart Rate/Sleep Monitor/Pedometer/Calories, Multiple Sports Modes, Women’s Men’s Fitness Watch for Android iPhone(Pink)
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