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[Prime] up to 25% off Smartwatches, TicWatchPro 2020 $326.99, Ticwatch S2& E2 $179.24 Delivered @ Mobvoi via Amazon

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Big sale on Prime Day for Amazon prime member:

25% off on TicWatch Pro 2020- $326.99: https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B08315CK2C
25% off on TicWatch E2 - $179.24 : https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B07MGX95PB
37% off on TicWatch S2 - $179.24 : https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B07M9QNSLW
20% off on TicWatch Pro 4G- $366.39: https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B0892K7F6L
20% off on TicWatch C2 Plus(1GB)- $252.79: https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B089KGZ61Q
30% off on TicPods 2 pro- $142.09: https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B0831B1J98
25% off on TicPods 2 - $108.74 :https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B0831B43WZ

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This is part of Amazon Prime Day sale for 2020

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    Still waiting for Tic Watch S2 Glacial White brought from Mobvoi directly last week >.<. Probably should have wanted for this deal.

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      That was $140 not $179…. if it ever ships.

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        The support battle has already started!!!!

        3 emails before I got a response. Support staff said it will be shipped by Amazon today, Not sure how that works. I purchased directly from the Mobvoi website. It was holidays in China/HK last week, so lets pray even if it ships from overseas their 2-5 business day policy holds.

        Let the fight continue!

        • +1 vote

          I also bought on that deal. 1 email so far…. Good luck :)

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          It's possible for stores on Amazon to ship products from the FBA warehouse without you actually making an order through Amazon. Just not something I've seen done often.

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          I bought the black S2 through Mobvoi about 3 weeks ago. Within 24 hours I had a tracking number through auspost. It was picked up in NSW. It took 6 business days to get to Perth, which was fair considering covid+auspost=lengthy waits, and I'm on the other side of the country. I was under the impression it would come from China, but it seems they have stock in NSW.

  • +5 votes

    Oh dam, i was keen on the Pro 3 too..

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      Hi happychild100,

      Thanks for your interest on TicWatch.

      But we are sorry that currently there is no discount for TicWatch Pro 3 since this is the new release flagship model.

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        Yeah i figured so, just a nice thought ;)

  • +2 votes

    C'mon give us a deal on the Ticwatch Pro 3! :) Its high time we get the Snapdragon Wearâ„¢ 4100 Platform as standard.
    Not sure if any of these are available with 4100 though?

    https://www.mobvoi.com/au/pages/ticwatchpro3gps

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    Any of these worth it? Or should just go straight to 3?

    • +4 votes

      Definitely hold for the Pro 3

  • +1 vote

    I've seen these watches crop up on OZB every now and then. What's the main attraction outside of battery life (compared to an Apple/Samsung watch)? Cheers

    • -1 vote

      price?

    • +7 votes

      TL;DR- the seamlessness of the integration experience and additional sensors/functions you might or might not find life changing on a daily basis (i.e. NFC for payments, barometer, blood oxygen, LTE). Only sensors I find absolute necessary for exercise is GPS and HR sensor which earlier cheap smartwatches/smart bands didn't include in all models.

      From my research before settling on purchasing a ticwatch (mainly for exercise)- I was under the impression WearOS smart watches by OS design might overall work better with different brands of android phones. WearOs watches also have access to the Google play store apps which allow adding more functions than non WearOS watches. With a bit of modding, regular apps can be made to run off it, including offline Spotify playback and performance gains can be made in terms of system speed. However needing to have high device compatibility, the downside (yet to confirm, waiting on order), the integration experience might not be as fluid (lag) and seamless on using a smartwatch made by one of the mobile companies for their phones. Google fit or Strava seems to work well for most exercise tracking for most phones (RIP Runkeeper which is my preferred on phone).

      Samsung/Huawei watches atm uses their own OS. Works well with their phones but YMMV with other android phones. When paired with their own phones, I have found the experience to be buttery smooth. The new Oppo watch uses WearOs. Apple watches doesn't play well with android phones (unable to sync things).

      In regards to battery life, while some companies report up to 30 day battery life, this is only true when a lot of the functions are turned off. Might as well wear a normal watch. Just charge everyday.

      • +3 votes

        Now that's one helluva write-up, thanks!

        • +3 votes

          NP, I had anxiety when looking for one too…

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        So the Oppo watch and possibly to be release OnePlus one watch will be better than this tic watch?

        I seen the oppo watch and it like looks really good "apple watch" alternative..

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xCPjrHjdTRw

        On android besides samsung, the watches have not been that great
        but it is good to now see OPPO and oneplus one entering the gaming

        The xiaomi watch was also interesting but did not look as nice/elegant as the apple watch

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wj3EaDO9zuc

  • +4 votes

    For balance, I purchased a Tic Watch Pro direct from Mobvoi. I have a $320 paper weight sitting in the draw as there is no support unless willing to post to the USA at my cost. I have gone around in circles with their support team for months. I can say they are absolute experts in not being accountable for their product. Don't take my word for it then look at all of the write ups on the net…. My unit is dead won't charge and yes I have replaced the charger 3 times at their suggestion and my cost and still no luck. Only ever charged via USB port on the computer…… Buyer beware

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      Seems the norm for most of these Chinese tech companies TBH. Most of their warranty stuff is impossible.

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    Sorry for noob question but is there an advantage to take these instead of a classic samsung watch or apple watch?

    • +2 votes

      Price, design, software, specs. It kinda depends on what your needs and budget are. Penguin has a good writeup above

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    Any feedback on the TicPods 2 pro from users?, specs seems good, but worth the price?
    Or should I avoid these?

    • +1 vote

      If your wallet permits and you want TWS ANC earbuds, I suggest these $250 1more ANC earphones

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        Edit 2; Nope, now back to $249, wtf…
        Edit 1: I think they just dropped by $50, unless I'm going crazy, damn tempting.

        Thanks, they look good, but a bit pricey for me, I'll watch & see if they drop for prime sale.

        cheers

        • +1 vote

          Edit 3: Now back to $200

          • +1 vote

            @OrbDaggerZ: Was about to message you about this haha.. I highly recommended if your budget allows. Next step up would be Wh1000xm3 if you like headphones styles

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              @Penguin8213: Thanks.

              I assume you have these?

              I got a set of Dudios Zeus Ace TWS recently, but they don't fit me the best (using smallest tips), fall out a few times.
              Sound is good for the price.

              I'm kinda hesitating about the fit of these, but these do have a fin/ear grip and a few optional tips, so most likely OK.
              There are a few SoundPEATS options available, too many options.

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                @OrbDaggerZ: Yes….I owe too many earphones and headphones than I should admit….1more quality is superb and stands up well to more expensive brands really well.

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                  @Penguin8213: Thanks, same here, Ive backed many many headphones on Indiegogo/Kickstarter, the ones I got where crap, many dropouts.
                  2 I never got & still chasing up & one I forgot to update address to get it.

                  Options/designs like the TicPods 2 Pro are a safe bet regarding fitment, as I have a $10 AirPods style/clone that fits kinda OK.
                  Thanks to you I'm still very interested in the 1more model, it's branding name is very fitting to me, lol.

                  Also, are these considered in ear or semi in ear?

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        I pulled the trigger and got these, after spending 2-3 hours of reading reviews, hoping there great.
        Thanks (?) for the suggestion.

  • +2 votes

    This is just getting rid of old stock these Snapdragon Wearâ„¢ 2100 are now 4 years old, if you really want to give 25% off smart watches the tic watch pro 3 should be included, the rest are far too laggy to even use on a daily basis.

    I owned and returned a ticwatch 2020 for this very reason. Do you not care for customer satisfaction?

    Sorry but this is not an ozbargain but just an old stock clearance.

    • +1 vote

      Couldn't agree more! The deal should be on Pro 3, rest outdated models should be heavily discounted, RRP on them is a pipe dream with deals on Samsung and other watches.

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    If anyone is interested in these. I purchased straight from Mobvoi and you can also use coupon code 'mopubi10' for an extra 10% off. Just got the C2+ for $227.51