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Teclast H30 OLED Fitness Band $17.99 US (~$24.10), Tronsmart Titan 5x QC 2.0 Port Charger $28.99 US (~$38.83 AU) @ Geekbuying


First up is the Teclast H30 fitness band with features including an OLED display that can display notifications from your phone and sensors to monitor your heart rate and sleep etc.

Get the Teclast H30 for $17.99 US with the coupon TeclastH30


  • 0.86 inch 96 x 32 OLED display: To display notifications, heart rate, steps, time and more
  • Heart Rate Monitoring: Uses an AGC intelligent heart rate monitor to calculate your heart beat with low power consumption
  • Pedometer, Sleep monitor, Sedentary reminder
  • Push app notifications including SMS and calls to your Android/iOS device
  • Fitness band vibrates when SMS or call is received
  • Use the H30 to find your phone or your phone to find the H30
  • Dial is detachable for charging
  • Water resistant
  • Gesture wake: Lift your wrist up to wake the screen
  • Battery standby time over 30 days
  • Rechargable via micro USB

Next is a deal on the Titan as requested with Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 in each port.

Get the Tronsmart Titan for $28.99 US with the coupon TronsmartTitan

  • Discounted TNT Express is available


  • Powerful - 90W total for 5 ports, 18W for each port
  • Each port equipped with Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 technology
  • Tronsmart VoltIQ smart detective technology offers quicker charging speed for most other devices
  • 100V-240V input for worldwide usage - Uses standard Figure 8 Cable
  • Built with industry grade materials and premium circuitry, fully protected against over-current, overcharging and overheating for safe and fast charging

What is Quick Charge 2.0 and VoltIQ?

Tests have shown that a 3500mAh battery can be charged from 0% to 60% in only 30 minutes for any compatible device using Qualcomm's Quick Charge 2.0 technology. The charger also utilises a technology called VoltIQ that is able to detect the charging protocol used in the device to provide the fastest possible charge (up to 2.4a) without the risk overheating, overcharging and short circuiting etc. This is useful for any device that does not support Quick Charge 2.0.

List of Quick Charge 2.0 compatiable devices found here

  • Other devices not listed (iPhone, iPad, Nexus etc.) will benefit from the VoltIQ technology.

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closed Comments

  • Any deals for the tronsmart USB C accessories? It would be great!

  • anyone used/got feedback on the Teclast H30… tossing up between this and waiting for MiBand 2 to come down in price…

  • The titan was only around $33 3 months ago:


    And 6 months ago was $43:


  • I got the Titan, great quality, does it's job well on a desk

  • Got the Teclast H30 today, first impressions - no in-depth testing:
    1) Bracelet itself is really good: easy to read, control and very comfortable. (Can't sync the time until it's connected to the app - Teclast Sports).
    2) Wouldn't pair with my Redmi Note 2 until I installed the app, (Huawei Y300 (6.0.1)/Tesco HUDL 1 (4.2.2) paired without app).
    3) Doesn't sync with Google Fit, so you're stuck with whatever records the app keeps either on your phone or optional Teclast account.
    4) You don't need to have a Teclast account to use the app unlike <insert XIAOMI invasive Mi app here>.
    5) Limited app notifications (phone, SMS, Facebook, QQ, Wechat, Skype, Twitter, Whatsapp) - really wanted to be able to add notification for other apps, even if only vibration to alert you, (like you can with Mi Band Tools). Of those available, only Phone, SMS, and Twitter (and that's only for one person) are useful for me. Really wanted emails (K9) and Snapchat.
    6) App is closed source and not available on Play store, no other app I'm aware of will work with the H30.
    7) Remote control of camera. Remote control of music player would have been much better.

    If anyone is interested the app is available here: http://app.teclast.com/sba
    Top link takes you to Apple iTunes to download app, second link is direct download of Android version.

    It does detect the MiBand 1S, whether or not it will let you 'bind' to it and retrieve stats is another matter.

    Have a MiBand 2 on order now, I suspect I'll be using it over the H30 since in allows me to have the notifications I want.

    • Addendum: The H30's algorithm to detect when you are sleeping is next to useless. Clocked up 3 hours of sleep lying in bed watching a movie, the MiBand 1S always got that correct at least.

      The slightest movement also turned on the display and lit up the room, very annoying. Had to turn it off which means, according to the setting, you don't get pushed notifications - which is stupid.