Technology maker Huawei released four new smartwatches in June this year. It’s all about your health. Manufacturing high quality health and wellness devices is Huawei’s ongoing goal, and each watch that is part of this release comes with a different focus, target user, and price.
With Huawei adopting a new watch health-focused route, it’s no wonder that health is at the forefront for many Australians. According to a 2022 survey by Canstar Blue, 53% of respondents who purchased a smartwatch / fitness tracker purchased it to monitor their health and fitness (sleep tracking, heart rate monitoring, etc.).
From experienced athletes to anyone looking for a simple health tracker, Huawei has something to enjoy for you.
Huawei Watch D — Blood pressure monitoring on the go
Perhaps what stands out from the latest release of Huawei is the Huawei Watch D, which incorporates blood pressure monitoring. This breakthrough technology is the next step in wearable wellness, with a wrist-type blood pressure monitor device built into the watch itself, one-sixth the size and weight of a traditional blood pressure monitor.
Watch D includes a mini pump and airbag, and a separate wristband is integrated into the design to inflate when doing a blood pressure check. Huawei has guidelines on how to measure blood pressure efficiently, such as stabilizing and relaxing your arms / wrists to get the most accurate measurements possible. You can also set a blood pressure reminder so you can monitor your blood pressure at the same time every day.
However, keep in mind that Watch D is not a replacement for blood pressure checks performed by your GP, doctor, or approved blood pressure monitoring device. If you like or need to monitor your blood pressure when you’re on the go, and you don’t always have the right checks available, Watch D’s features can help.
Of course, Watch D includes various features such as heart rate measurement and sleep tracking in addition to blood pressure monitoring. It also includes 7 days of battery life, over 70 sports and workout modes, and other features. Located on Huawei watches, including the Healthy Living Plan, all integrated with the Huawei Health app.
Huawei Watch D can be purchased from various retailers such as Huawei, JB Hi Fi (starting in July), Amazon, Mobileciti and Bing Lee for A $ 799.
Huawei GT 3 Pro — Everyday watch with Pro features and finishes
As a sequel to the Huawei GT 3 watch, the GT 3 Pro features its classic watch design, but is backed up by some great innovative technology. This watch is designed as a smartwatch to replace analog and has a fairly expensive price tag for placement as a more “luxury” watch.
However, the Huawei GT 3 Pro is certainly a watch made for everyday use, with sapphire glass for added durability, and both titanium and ceramic versions are available. It also has a 14-day battery life, the ability to activate your phone’s camera to take pictures remotely, and the option to download more apps in the Watch App Gallery (calculators and maps).
You can easily track your health and wellness with a variety of tools and features such as heart rate monitoring, SpO2 monitoring, sleep tracking, healthy life planning, and duration tracking capabilities.
In addition to the more than 100 training and exercise modes included, GT3 Pro also includes some additional features for diving enthusiasts. With IP68 and 5ATM water resistance ratings, you can dive up to 30 meters thanks to a freediving mode that includes diving monitoring such as speed, depth and safety reminders. If the golf green is your style rather than the blue sea, Huawei also includes detailed golf modes to track swing speed, temperature, backswing time and more so you can get the most out of your next round. increase.
The titanium Huawei GT3 is available for A $ 899 RRP and the ceramic version for A $ 999 RRP. These watches are available from various retailers such as Huawei, JB Hi Fi (starting in July), Bing Lee, Amazon and Mobileciti.
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Huawei Watch Fit 2 — Simple design for everyday use
It’s easy to see that Huawei used the Watch Fit 2 for a simple, non-discomforting design. This is a watch that fits easily into your daily life, whether you’re working out or out of the day. There are two styles, “active” (black, pink, blue) and “classic” (white). Both styles weigh a total of 40g, including the strap, so if you’re dissatisfied with the profound or bulky smartwatch, the WatchFit 2 is worth a look.
With a name like “Watch Fit,” it’s safe to assume that this watch is closer to the fitness tracker than a straight smartwatch. Watch Fit 2 features 97 workout modes and a built-in animated fitness coach, supporting 7 workout modes followed by instructions and demonstrations. Some exercises also include the option to start a warm-up or post-workout stretch with instructions and demonstrations.
You’ll also have access to health monitoring such as heart rate, sleep tracking, stress tracking, and Healthy Living Plan, integrated with the Huawei Health app. All of these come with 10 days of battery life (or 7 days for intensive use). You can buy Active Style for A $ 299 RRP or Classic Style for A $ 349 RRP from retailers such as Huawei, Bing Lee, Amazon, Mobileciti and JB Hi Fi (starting July).
Huawei Band 7 — Simple Fitness and Health Tracking Within Budget
Closing the release is the affordable Huawei Band 7 designed for simple daily health and exercise tracking. Access to sleep, stress, heart rate and menstruation tracking. All of these are supported by the Huawei Health app.
You can choose from 96 workout modes and sport modes, and the 14-day battery life allows you to continue without frequent charging. The watch itself weighs only 16g and is available in four colors: green, red, black and pink.
Huawei Band 7 will be available for purchase from July 2022 and will be available from retailers such as Huawei, Amazon and Mobileciti at a more affordable price of $ 159 AUDRRP.