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Ticwatch PRO Smartwatch Wear OS by Google 1.4 Inch OLED/LED Double Screens Google Pay IP68 Built-in GPS Mobvoi Black - £146.58 @ Geekbuying
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Ticwatch PRO Smartwatch Wear OS by Google 1.4 Inch OLED/LED Double Screens Google Pay IP68 Built-in GPS Mobvoi Black - £146.58 @ Geekbuying

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Posted 18th Dec 2019

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been looking for a new watch to replace my broken Huawei Watch 2 Sport and this seems to be a good alternative at a decent price.
Anyone got any opinions on this?
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Good watch. I purchased it the other day from Amazon. Not used it yet as its a Xmas pressie. But. Good watch for price. Not sure of the site you've posted.
I'd also posted an Amazon link, but as it's sold by a 3rd party it was blocked as not UK based (even though delivery would be next day), but there is a £55 voucher on Amazon
BillDoor18/12/2019 10:01

I'd also posted an Amazon link, but as it's sold by a 3rd party it was …I'd also posted an Amazon link, but as it's sold by a 3rd party it was blocked as not UK based (even though delivery would be next day), but there is a £55 voucher on Amazon


Yep Same as me. I posted it and it got rejected.. I used £55 Voucher too.
Had one for 6 months to replace my failed Huawei Watch 2. The battery life is considerably better than the Huawei and the dual screen type is great.

However, performance sucks. It's frequently to slow with a good few seconds delay between touching the screen and something happening. I have relatively few apps installed too. I wouldn't buy one again if it failed.
Edited by: "daesimps" 18th Dec 2019
i'd pay the extra £15 to get via amazon
daesimps18/12/2019 10:31

Had one for 6 months to replace my failed Huawei Watch 2. The battery life …Had one for 6 months to replace my failed Huawei Watch 2. The battery life is considerably better than the Huawei and the dual screen type is great. However, performance sucks. It's frequently to slow with a good few seconds delay between touching the screen and something happening. I have relatively few apps installed too. I wouldn't buy one again if it failed.


thanks, was looking for some comparison between the two, I usually found my HW2 was pretty good, only died because I got caught in a massive thunderstorm and it got too wet!
Been trying to find a replacement for ages, but not sure which way to go, want to stay with WearOS ideally, not IOS or Tizen.
I had this watch decent battery life but not as good as they claim, software is very buggy. Tried almost every android watch in the market and settled for Samsung watch
BillDoor18/12/2019 10:35

thanks, was looking for some comparison between the two, I usually found …thanks, was looking for some comparison between the two, I usually found my HW2 was pretty good, only died because I got caught in a massive thunderstorm and it got too wet! Been trying to find a replacement for ages, but not sure which way to go, want to stay with WearOS ideally, not IOS or Tizen.


My Huawei failed too due to water - forgot I had it on and went swimming. The heart rate sensor then came out and it wouldn't stay unlocked as couldn't detect a heart beat.

The Tic was the best I could find at the time. Want to stay with WearOS for Google Pay. As soon as I find something better the Tic is going
Edited by: "daesimps" 18th Dec 2019
Samsung watches are much better.
This watch is great for for Google pay, the pedometer and heart rate are pretty accurate and it even tells the time lol

Really good build quality and battery life.

When I first used it I thought it was very slow but it actually seems to have for faster and there wasn't an update .. weird

Great price for what it is
I've had one of these for a few months. Felt greta upgrading from the moto 360 but now it's ground to an absolute crawl. Even just unlocking it takes several attempts when first putting it on after changing.
Dont buy from geekbuying. You have been warned -it will cost you with zero comebacks.
Now £150.49 on Amazon and direct from Mobvoi (silver is £3.50 more on amazon for some reason)
nre19/12/2019 08:32

Now £150.49 on Amazon and direct from Mobvoi (silver is £3.50 more on a …Now £150.49 on Amazon and direct from Mobvoi (silver is £3.50 more on amazon for some reason)


Apparently we aren't allowed to link the amazon one as Mobvoi aren't UK based
BillDoor19/12/2019 08:36

Apparently we aren't allowed to link the amazon one as Mobvoi aren't UK …Apparently we aren't allowed to link the amazon one as Mobvoi aren't UK based


But isn't Mobvoi the manufacturer?
Better stop all deals then because most aren't based in the UK
Can someone send me voucher code for amazon I can’t find this on there?
Jpollz22/12/2019 15:04

Can someone send me voucher code for amazon I can’t find this on there?


Think it's applied automatically
daesimps18/12/2019 10:31

Had one for 6 months to replace my failed Huawei Watch 2. The battery life …Had one for 6 months to replace my failed Huawei Watch 2. The battery life is considerably better than the Huawei and the dual screen type is great. However, performance sucks. It's frequently to slow with a good few seconds delay between touching the screen and something happening. I have relatively few apps installed too. I wouldn't buy one again if it failed.



Received mine for Xmas, installed all updates.
Like many others I was disappointed with the performance, sometimes unresponsive for 10s or so.

Resolved it by disabling the ticwatch system app and some other mobvoi services using adb, then changed a few settings in developer mode. Now it feels amazing and a joy to use.

There's various tutorials on the web, basically download a zip file and copy and paste a few commands, and voila, the watch that should have been released.



steven5watson18/12/2019 14:36

I've had one of these for a few months. Felt greta upgrading from the moto …I've had one of these for a few months. Felt greta upgrading from the moto 360 but now it's ground to an absolute crawl. Even just unlocking it takes several attempts when first putting it on after changing.



humadoon18/12/2019 10:40

I had this watch decent battery life but not as good as they claim, …I had this watch decent battery life but not as good as they claim, software is very buggy. Tried almost every android watch in the market and settled for Samsung watch

I bought this watch in January for a mixture of day-to-day use and for running, but I found the lag so painful that I didn't really use many of the features. It was also frustrating to set up music and tracking for a run too, so I wouldn't personally recommend this watch. I sold mine a couple of months back because it was just sat in a draw.
mattrix8927/12/2019 00:19

I bought this watch in January for a mixture of day-to-day use and for …I bought this watch in January for a mixture of day-to-day use and for running, but I found the lag so painful that I didn't really use many of the features. It was also frustrating to set up music and tracking for a run too, so I wouldn't personally recommend this watch. I sold mine a couple of months back because it was just sat in a draw.


If you experience lag with this watch, restart it (in settings), then disable "ok Google activation. I did this and it runs fine excellent watch
yeah i bought this watch a year ago, its laggy and crud. but that is probably because it is androidwear. came from a pebble and prior to that, androidwear watches... and really it hasn't improved in the last 3 years. the 2 screen gimmick really doesn't save any battery life either. was getting a couple days max. now using Samsung Gear Watch and getting about 4-6 days battery life, lag free. yes the app store is crud but i rarely used any apps on any of my other watches anyway.

my 2p worth.
Had one for a couple of weeks then sent it back, needed charging nearly every day and was very sluggish & Laggy even after numerous tweaks
Reviews say 4G version is best due to double memory (1gb ) . Non 4G version is laggy due to less memory. But 4G LTE version only works with Vodafone at the moment.
I agree with most comments here.. .this watch is awful. It's horrendously laggy and slow and the notifications are always delayed.

Save yourself the stress and get a Samsung watch, they are absolute lightyears ahead of Google Wear
I've had one for about 6 months - upgraded from an Asus Zenwatch and then a Zenwatch 2. All three watches were as laggy as each other - I think it's an Android Wear v2 thing. Great battery life - never less than 60% when I put it back on the charger at night.
Never tried a Galaxy Watch as I'm not sure how many apps are properly integrated with the Samsung watch O/S - being able to interact with apps from the watch is quite an important feature for me.
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