Amazfit GTR3 Pro Smartwatch Review-Smartwatch-Gadget

Amazfit GTR3 Pro smartwatch

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Our review

The best sports watch features at an affordable price.Not perfect at once, but good for money

Strong Points:
Size, shape and watch face for everyone. Ability to monitor calls and messages when boarding. Reasonable price; excellent battery life.Lots of data

Cons: Disadvantages:
The accuracy of the data varies (a problem with many sports watches). It may improve the responsiveness of the screen. ZeppOS is not so intuitive

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Garmin is a popular brand of GPS sports watches, following Suunto, Polar and Wahoo.

But what if you can’t afford to spend hundreds of pounds on the latest big brand “wearables” but like the idea of ​​being able to monitor your health and fitness and receive phone notifications on the go? .. Enter Amazfit.

Hong Kong-based brands offer many of the same features at low prices. Isn’t this true?

Amazfit GTR3 Pro smartwatch details and specifications

Amazfit’s top-end watch technology comes in three formats: Square Face (GTS), “Sturdy” (T-Rex), and Round Face (GTR), all with slightly different feature sets.

While being tempted by the Casio G-SHOCK style T-Rex2, my thin wrists got smaller as the battery life was claimed for 24 days. Instead, I chose a smaller GTR. This is elegant enough to fulfill its dual duty as a “daily driver” for use in the office.

I tested the 3Pro model. This is Amazfit’s most expensive product, but it’s very affordable when compared to the Garmin Fenix ​​7 over £ 700.

It looks smart, the case finish is smooth, and the strap brand is kept to a minimum. Weighing only 58g, it is light and comfortable to wear. It is waterproof up to 50m and I wore it for swimming without any problems.

Get a full-color, 1.45 inch, 480x480p AMOLED display. Navigation is done via a touch screen and two (programmable) physical buttons. It runs on the latest OS of the parent company Zepp Health (formerly Huami).

This software isn’t the most sophisticated, but it’s easy to link to your cell phone, and you’ve been able to slowly worry about multiple menus that are quite confusing.

Amazfit’s BioTracker PPG 3.0 optical biometric sensor provides blood oxygen saturation (useful for people with breathing problems and riding at high altitudes) and regular metrics such as heart rate, breathing, stress and sleep quality. Monitor.

The GTR 3 Pro features a full-color, 1.45 inch, 480x480p AMOLED display and touch screen.
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Other built-in features include GPS (supporting five major navigation systems), barometric altimeter, accelerometer, gyroscope, electronic compass, temperature sensor, and music player.

You can connect your watch to your phone via Bluetooth to make and receive calls, and monitor text and other notifications. This means you don’t have to scrabble in your pocket for your cell phone, which is convenient when riding.

You can also view the weather forecast and enable offline Amazon Alexa voice activation. You can analyze your data, download your watch face, and more via the Zepp Phone app.

Amazfit GTR3 Pro smartwatch performance

One of the biggest features of the GTR 3 Pro is that it claims 12 days of battery life in common usage. Depending on the features enabled, the 450mAh battery has been found to last for more than a week on a single charge with Bluetooth connected all day and GPS used several times.

The operation is certainly not as smooth as the best watches in its class.

The touch screen does not always respond first. Turning your wrist may slow down the “wake up” of the display. The GTR3Pro automatically recognizes when you start cycling, but you often need to manually activate workout mode instead.

It cannot be mapped or navigated. Sleep trackers often mistaken lack of movement for light sleep, which is a problem I had with other smartwatches.

When it comes to accuracy, I was pretty impressed. Blood oxygen levels were consistently only 1 percent lower than when using an oxygenometer.

Resting heart rate was also aggregated, but while riding, the GTR struggled to keep up with the spikes and drops of exercise.

Heart rate monitoring was not as accurate as using a chest strap and a GPS cycle computer.
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There was a big difference between the clock data and the Garmin Edge 530 GPS cycle computer with chest strap (+/- 15bpm).

Again, this is a general optics (wrist) issue, not a pulse-based (chest) HR monitoring.

Amazfit GTR3 Pro smartwatch revenue

If you’re looking for a full-fledged training sports watch, it’s better to look elsewhere.

But if you’re interested in smartwatches and like the idea of ​​being able to get notified on the move and track basic fitness data, it’s worth considering the GTR3 Pro.

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