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Huawei Watch GT GPS Running Watch with Heart Rate Monitoring and Smart Notifications (Up to 2 weeks Battery Life) – Black
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- 1.39-inch AMOLED colour screen. 22 hours Continuous exercise tracking , heart rate monitoring and GPS on; Resolution: 454 x 454, PPI 326
- Sustaining battery life, lasts for up to 2 weeks without charge; Internal ROM 128 MB, internal RAM 16 MB
- 24/7 continuous heart rate monitoring, supports resting heart rate, single heart rate, continuous heart rate, and other measuring features
- Water-resistance for shallow waters, including swimming pools or beachfront swimming
- Altitude barometer for mountaineering; Wi-Fi: Not supported; Bluetooth: BT4.2, BLE; Android 4.4 or later iOS 9.0 or later
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|Item Dimensions||4.65 x 4.65 x 1.06 cm||4.5 x 4.89 x 1.26 cm||4.5 x 1.9 x 1.1 cm||4.66 x 4.66 x 1.29 cm||21 x 4.5 x 1.26 cm||1 x 4 x 4 cm|
|Item Weight||46 grams||60 grams||25 grams||35 grams||58 grams||40 grams|
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HUAWEI Watch GT comes with a 1.39" "breathtaking sunlight readable" AMOLED color touchscreen. This new-edition smartwatch will get you overwhelmed for sure with the long battery life of around 2 weeks. And it'd be your ideal health companion offering you with 24/7 continuous heart rate tracking, scientific sleep monitoring and multiple outdoor and indoor activity modes to keep you fit (VO2 MAX estimation supported). Even a personal coaching is included in this smart watch: you are able to get advanced running courses and training guidance.
Also the location for those hard-to-locate places won't be a problem for you now! With HUAWEI Watch GT on your wrist, your position is efficiently and accurately located with the aid of 3 Satellite Positioning Systems (GPS+GLONASS+GALILEO). Plus, you can feel free to be a swimming champion as this smartwatch is 5ATM water resistant and can recognize and improve your swimming stroke.
Please download and install the latest Huawei Health App from Google Play or Apple App Store and follow the instructions to pair your watch with the phone. (Android 4.4+ or iOS 9.0+, 2GB RAM required ) When your watch is connected to your phone, you are able to customize multiple settings for your watch and access user guide in HELP in the device details page of the Huawei Health App.
HUAWEI Watch GT
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2-Week Battery Life*. Travel Without Limits
Introducing the first double chipset architecture in the industry and this new design provides a 2-week battery life* to keep up with wherever you go. *2 weeks: heart rate monitor on, exercise for 90 minutes per week.
Slim. Beautiful. Strong.
This watch is resilient to accidents because of its ceramic bezel design, stainless steel shell and DLC coating. Measuring in at a mere 10.6 mm and featuring a double crown 1.39” 454 x 454 AMOLED screen, it's remarkably vibrant and slim.
Real-time Heartrate Reporting
HUAWEI TruSeen 3.0 heartrate monitoring technology provides a more efficient and accurate real-time personal measurement of your heart rate by using a self-learning algorithm and innovative sensors.
3 Satellites and 1 Precise Location
Modern GPS supports 3 Satellite Positioning Systems (GPS/GLONASS/GALILEO) worldwide and Trajectory optimisation algorithm to offer more accurate, faster and precise positioning.
Aside from being a daily activities tracking assistant, it also provides coaching in introductory to advanced running courses that assist you in real-time while providing guidance training and giving time-movement effect feedback.
50M Water Resistant. HUAWEI WATCH GT can recognise, improve your swimming stroke and automatically provide a SWOLF score upon completion of your swim.
*The leather rubber strap is not suitable for swimming.
|Huawei Watch GT||Huawei Watch 2||Huawei Watch 2 4G||Huawei Watch 2 Classic||Huawei Band 2 Pro||Huawei Band 3 Pro|
|Screen||1.39" AMOLED touchscreen||1.2" circular AMOLED display||1.2" circular AMOLED display||1.2" circular AMOLED display||0.91 PMOLED touch key||0.95" AMOLED touchscreen|
|Heart rate monitoring, Steps, Distance, Calories burned||Up-to-second tracking||Continuous tracking||Continuous tracking||Continuous tracking||Continuous tracking||Up-to-second tracking|
|Scientific Sleep Monitoring||HUAWEI TruSleep 2.0||HUAWEI TruSleep||HUAWEI TruSleep||HUAWEI TruSleep||HUAWEI TruSleep||HUAWEI TruSleep 2.0|
|Waterproof||5ATM-Swim waterproof, swimming posture recognition||5ATM-Swim waterproof||5ATM-Swim waterproof||5ATM-Swim waterproof||5ATM-Swim waterproof||5ATM-Swim waterproof, swimming posture recognition|
|Built-in GPS||3 satellite systems: GPS, GLONASS, GALILEO; last up to 22hrs with GPS on||Yes; last up to 6hrs with GPS on||Yes; last up to 6hrs with GPS on||Yes; last up to 6hrs with GPS on||Yes; last up to 3.5hrs with GPS on||Yes; last up to 7hrs with GPS on|
|Battery Life||Up to 2 weeks||Up to 2 days||Up to 1.5 days||Up to 2 days||Up to 21 days||Up to 2 weeks|
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I have previously owned a Huawei W1 Classic, which I returned, as it was just too flaky. Apart from that, its battery life was useless; especially if you wanted to use it for sleep monitoring.
For the last 18 months I've had a Huawei Fit Watch, which has decent battery life, but a dull monochrome display, and difficult user interface. That device provides in a decent sleep monitor (although it thinks you are asleep if you stay very still) and step counter, and when taken for a walk or run with a smart phone, combines GPS data from that device to plot the route, using the Health App, and computes stride length, cadence etc. It provides message notifications and vibrates when phone calls are received. It's heart rate monitor takes intermittent samples, and is a bit flaky; sometimes producing erroneous, dangerously high, one sample long peaks.
The Huawei Watch GT should be considered to be the replacement for the FIT, and not a member of the W1, W2 smartwatch family. It starts with the functionality of the FIT watch, adds to it, and removes most of its weaknesses. It's display is bigger, brighter, crisper, and colourful. There are are a number of faces to choose from, (more since a firmware update), but unfortunately, they are not customisable.
The user interface is greatly improved by the addition of 2 chunky buttons, and the battery life has improved further. I've used 10% in 2 days, which has included a large amount of time spent investigating its capabilities. The heart rate monitor operates continuously, and is now reliable, but a bit laggy (probably due to the low powered, low power processor it uses).
Sleep tracking seems to be accurate, measuring and displaying periods of wakefulness, deep sleep, light sleep and REM. It also analyses breathing and the App computes an overall figure of merit for "sleep quality". it also provides useful lifestyle tips to improve sleep continuity, breathing, deep sleep, etc. In that respect it has the same functionality as the FIT but it does it better - probably because it uses improved sensor technology, and can afford to monitor heart rate continuously.
It now incorporates GPS, so you don't need to take your phone with you to translate the steps taken into an accurate route. However, although the route appears as a google maps - like graphic in the app, and although it computes the average speed, stride length, etc, it doesn't have a data export function, so you if you want the route stored, to be analysed, or input into other apps, you will still need to take your phone or other GPS device with you).
The GT incorporates barometer, altimeter and compass so the route analysis includes climbs and descents, for more accurate computation of calories burnt. Although it uses the same App as the FIT, I now get a calculation of the aerobic training effect, V02 Max and recovery time which I did not get with the FIT. Also, I now get all the information in easy to read displays on the watch itself. Similarly, although I received message and call alerts on the FIT, the messages were difficult to read and to scroll through, but on the GT they work well.
The phone includes a wider range of exercises than available on the app, including climbing, outdoor and indoor cycling, pool swim, and open water swim. I haven't yet investigated how those get analysed and stored in the app.
So, if you are frustrated by the poor battery life of Android Wear watches, are interested in monitoring your activity and tracking your sleep, but don't :
a) take your exercise so seriously that you need to have an instantaneous pulse measurement,
b) need to be able to download your GPS data - e.g. to analyse where in the run you slowed down
c) you don't feel the need to be able to answer your phone to control your music , or to navigate using google maps from your watch
d) can put up with the watch faces provided by Huawei
Then this watch is probably what you are looking for.
There is no difference in performance beween the Sport and the Classic. This one is the classic. However, one important thing to note is that whilst both watches are waterproof to 5ATM (50m), Huawei say you can't swim with the Classic and you can't get the leather strap wet. So whilst, in my opinion, the Classic is the much nicer of the two and looks like a dress watch, if you want it for swimming, you will need the Sport I'm afraid - or change straps: they have quick release pins and use a standard 22mm size strap.
Size-wise, the watch doesn't fit me. It is far too big for my wrists, which is a real shame as I was looking forward to wearing a decent, powerful, smartwatch & fitness tracker with good battery life. I have tried all the Androidwear watches and I'm sick of their 1-2 day battery. I've tried all the Samsung watches (and the the new Active on pre-order), but again, just 3-4 days of battery. So I had high hopes for this. And if it had been physically smaller, it would have been great for me.
The burning question is: Is it a cut-down Smartwatch, or is it a fitness tracker with enhanced features?
Why does it matter? Well it doesn't run Androidwear or Tizen. It uses Huawei's own "LiteOS" which has a limited number of screens, no third-party apps and limited integration with other apps like Strava. So it's not really a true Smartwatch when compared to most other smartwatches. Fitness it does very well. So if you want a fitness tracker that looks like a watch and handles notifications very well, then mayne it's for you. But even then, there are some things it lacks:
1. You can't store music on it, so you need your phone
2. It has no wifi support, so you need your phone to be tethered to it
3. Even if playing music from your phone, you can control the music from your watch - ie next/previous/pause etc
4. You can't take calls on it as there is no mic or speaker
5. You can't reply to SMS or any notifications
So you need your phone for all notifications and media. But if you don't take your phone and go out for a run, the watch will still use GPS to track your run and will allow you to sync the details later. So as a fitness tracker, its ok.
For me, what I want from a watch is notifications. I'm not bothered about taking calls on my watch. I'm not bothered about being able to reply to SMS on my watch. I want good battery life, good notifications, a nice screen thats easy to read and basic fitness info is a plus eg steps and heart rate. So a basic smartwatch like the Amazfit Bip (which is my current watch) does the job. This would have also done the job and done it better. 2 weeks+ battery life is plenty, it allows me to track sleep between charges. The notifications were great, the fitness info was great. It was just too big! :(
Huawei, please make a smaller Watch GT and I'll be it's biggest fan. This is just too big for me.
Anyway, in summary, if you set your expectations accordingly, want a waterproof fitness tracker that does good notifications and looks like a traditional watch - and you can wear a watch of this size, go for it, you won't be dissapointed.
Hope that helps someone! I buy these things and try them, so you don't have to :)
(I'm still sad it didn't fit)
Also the battery life is insane 3 weeks of heavy use and 2 x 5km runs.
The latest update has also fixed a few of the problems it had a launch.
All in all the best looking fitness tracker out there with sensational battery life.