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Honor MagicWatch 2, with HR Monitoring, 42mm, Agate Black £119.99 delivered @ John Lewis & Partners
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Honor MagicWatch 2, with HR Monitoring, 42mm, Agate Black £119.99 delivered @ John Lewis & Partners

£119.99£139.9714% Free P&P FreeJohn Lewis & Partners Deals
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Posted 27th Mar

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Impressive smart watch. Reduced by £30 at John Lewis.

Was £149.99, Now £119.99 with free delivery and 2 years guarantee



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Created with a built-in running app with 13 different courses, including real-time voice over guidance, and an always-on AMOLED display, the Honor MagicWatch 2 will aid your training regime, whilst enabling you to stay connected with friends and loved ones.

AMOLED touchscreen

With a 1.2" AMOLED touch screen, you’ll be able to read notifications with ease. Save pictures on your watch and then enjoy seeing a different image each time you raise your wrist.

Heart Rate (HR) monitoring
Using infrared technology to detect your heart rate, the MagicWatch 2 can provide real-time heart rate monitoring.

Multiple modes
This device features a range of training modes for many indoor and outdoor exercise activities, including cycling, swimming (it's water-resistant up to 5 ATM), hiking or mountaineering.

TruSleep 2.0 technology
Understand your sleep patterns better with Huawei TruSleep 2.0 and get insights on how to get a better night’s sleep.

TruSleep 2.0 technology
Huawei TruRelax will help you to manage the stress in your life by calming your mind through a series of breathing exercises.

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Need the 46mm to drop in price
Also are these the safe as the Gt2 watch
Didn't realise the 42 had dropped in price. Thanks 🏾
I had the 46mm and loved it but had to send it back.

Lots of amazing features let down by a Barometric altimeter that you cannot manually calibrate, and as a step tracker it counted several hundreds steps whilst in carand train journeys.

As the step counter kicking in, so did the altimeter, registering changes in elevation as elevation climbed meaning if you live in or travel around hilly areas you will get insanely high elevation climbed metrics.

Also you need the Huawei health app which uses your phone and the watch to count steps a function that cannot be disabled , so between the two they count every false step and give a completely inaccurate number.

They manage to rack up thousands of false steps a day if you spend any time in a moving vehicle, and hundreds if not thousands of metres in elevation recorded as if you had been mountaineering.

Normally I would just say turn the watch of during car and train journeys, but you would have to turn your phone off too to stop that picking up false steps. A shame as it has great features for much cheaper than Garmin can offer. Decent GPS, a barometric altimeter, can answer calls on watch and play stored music through speaker (46mm version), some good workouts for running, the Hit one let's down by the heart rate sensor being poor at registering high intensity workouts, lots of impressive metrics whilst running, cadence, pace, etc VO2max, beautiful screen and graphs, great battery life etc. You would be looking at £300 for a Garmin with these features.
Edited by: "DanQ777" 27th Mar
cutthroat_jake27/03/2020 07:45

What to? It's currently …What to? It's currently £139.99..........https://www.johnlewis.com/honor-magicwatch-2-with-hr-monitoring-46mm-charcoal-black/p4893870[Image]


It's been as low as £125
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