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M3 Smart Sports Bracelet Fitness Tracker with Heart Rate Monitor US $7.49/AU $12.20 (Including GST) Delivered @ LightInTheBox


Type:Smart Bracelet Smartwatch
Features:Anti-lost, Multifunction, Waterproof, Exercise Record, Blood Pressure Measurement, Calories Burned, Heart Rate Monitor, Long Standby, Touch Screen, New Design
Fitness & Wellness:Pulsometer, Call Reminder, Pedometer, Alarm Clock, Sleep Tracker, Activity Tracker
Sensor Heart Rate Sensor
Waterproof Level:IPX-6
Screen Size (inch):0.96
Size (cm):26201.16
Compatibility:Android iOS
Supported Operating Systems:Android 4.4 and iOS 8.0 or above
Capacity (mAh):105
Standby Time (H):200-250
Charging Time (H):1.5
Material:Silica Gel
Screen Type:TFT
Special selected products:COD
What's in the box:Body, Charging Cable, User manual - English

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  • Not enough feedback?

  • Browsed the site, there are definitely some savings to be had on there, but some of the watches even after 80% off, were just slightly cheaper than other sites.

  • Thanks OP.

  • Seems like a great price

  • How does this compare to Xiaomi Mi Band 3?

    • It’s exactly the same design, isn’t it? No idea about hard/software.

    • It's not as good, but unlike the Mi Band has a colour display. I've got a very similar model from Zapals and it works quite well. My one has slightly different specs, but uses the same app and it looks like most of the screens are the same. The blood pressure monitoring is surprisingly fairly accurate and the colour screen looks nice. However, the sleep monitoring doesn't work. It is supposed to monitor your sleep from 10PM to 8AM (and there's no way to change the times), but it usually thinks you are awake the whole time.

      I've only had mine for three days and on the third day, it's down to one bar of battery life, so I'm guessing that if I don't charge it today, it may be flat by tomorrow. The one here, has double the battery capacity 105mAh vs 50mAh and you would probably get 6 to 7 days of battery life.

      I would recommend buying the Mi Band 3 over this as you'll get much better quality, buying a name brand product then an no brand one. But, if you're looking for something extremely cheap, this one should work pretty well, considering the price.

  • It's unbelievable how many brands there are to choose from. Can never tell which one will work and which one won't. Especially when Samsung hasn't really set the bar very high with its recent smart watches.
    Anyone have any thoughts on the M3 quality?