Amazfit Verge Lite Smartwatch

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$119.99
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  • At amazon.com you can purchase Amazfit Verge Lite Smartwatch by Huami with 20-Day Battery Life,24/7 Heart Rate 1.3 Inch AMOLED Touchscreen IP68 (Shadow Grey) for only $119.99
  • The lowest price of Amazfit Verge Lite Smartwatch by Huami with 20-Day Battery Life,24/7 Heart Rate 1.3 Inch AMOLED Touchscreen IP68 (Shadow Grey) was obtained on May 27, 2020 11:09 pm.

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Huami is a Chinese electronics manufacturer. Their primary consumer brand is Amazfit and they make a variety of affordable smart watches. Amazfit believes everyone should be able to take advantage of technology to live their lives to the fullest – to achieve amazing results every day, in everything they do. – View Profile

3 reviews for Amazfit Verge Lite Smartwatch

  1. Fabio

    Very very very good!!!!

  2. R. Sonmez

    I actually love amazfit and still use their Pace smartwatch (first generation). But this one seems to fail. It feels like a watch that only a teenager would want to wear. Plasticky and feels cheaper than it should. Also while the screen is high quality it also has a huge drawback which is that the watch is never always on. This was the main reason I returned it. This is first and foremost a watch and should be on at all times so you can get a glimpse of the time without making the wrist move. It gets pretty awkward when there people around you in a meeting or a social gathering.

  3. Ross J. Waldron

    Summary: If you came from the Pebble line of smartwatches and care only for basic features, this is the watch you want.My first smartwatch was a Pebble, then Pebble Time. After support (and eventually the battery) borked out, I jumped to a Wear OS watch, the Asus Zenwatch 3. It looked good, but battery life was awful, performance was hit or miss (normally a miss), and Asus dropped support for the hardware 3 months after I got it. After doing everything I could to keep the watch relevant, I decided to buy another brand after two years.Research brought me to the Amazfit Verge Lite. I had a bunch of gift card credit and my Zenwatch recently pissed me off, so why not. Had it shipped into my hands two days later.For clarity, I’m syncing this watch with a 1st generation Pixel XL running Android 10.Setup was easy and straightforward. The instruction booklet has the QR code to download the Mi Fit app directly from the Play Store. You have to create a Mi Fit account, which can be annoying, but it also allows logging in via an array of social networks. Pairing was simple, and after a few minutes of updating, the watch was ready to go.The Mi Fit app is pretty basic, but that’s all it has to be. It lets you make changes to watch settings, allows you to start workouts from the watch, and provides charts & summary data for all previous workouts. You can also force the watch to sync its workout results with your phone, which only takes about 15-20 seconds. Watch customization doesn’t have a lot to offer, mostly just rearranging menu items and selecting one of 10 watch faces. You can set up your watch alerts such as app notifications, incoming phone calls, idle alerts to tell you to start moving after a set amount of time, Event reminders, basic alarms, and Smart Unlock (used to keep your phone unlocked while the watch is paired). Weather settings and heart rate detection settings are also set here.The watch itself looks great. It uses a silicone band, but you can swap out your own with the quick release pins. The OLED screen is clean, bright, and easy to read in both indoor & outdoor environments. Navigation is all touch based, with a single button for basic tasks like turning on the screen and stopping workouts. You can also set the button to activate a certain workout on long presses.I never owned a smartwatch that was a workout tracker, so I was curious how well the Verge Lite would function with my exercise habits. The pedometer is nothing special, but that’s the case with every watch. Heart rate monitoring uses green light detection, which has its own set of accuracy problems, but I’ve found it to be pretty solid so far. It made me painfully aware that I’m not trying nearly as hard as I should be on my bike rides to work (70-110bpm over 4 miles). The most impressive feature for workouts is its GPS. It takes about 30-45 seconds to lock on and you’re all set. It’s incredibly accurate with no drops.Other smartwatch features include music control (Google Play Music), weather forecasts, stopwatch/timer, and a few other odds and ends. Adjusting volume in the Music app has a delay, so you may experience some lag if you change it too quickly. You also can’t use more than one application at a time, which is a shame but not critical. It has no speaker or microphone, so you can’t take calls or play music from it.Watch performance is top notch. Touchscreen is responsive, no app or navigation delays, and notifications/calls pop up immediately after receiving them on my Pixel XL. You really can’t ask for much else. It has a strict set of things that it can do, and it does these things quickly and reliably.The most impressive feature, by far, is the battery life. If you’re a Pebble user, this will get you excited. I jumped from a Zenwatch 3 that required charging every night (15%-50% battery after a 16 hour day, depending on what Wear OS is doing in the background) to a watch that has barely used 10% in the last two days. For reference, I don’t have it detecting my heart rate unless it’s a workout, I get ~20-50 notifications a day, gesture detection for the screen is turned off, and my workouts are 25-30 minute intervals. It was charged to 97% on day 1, and it just hit 87% after two days. It’s absolutely insane. Using the heart rate monitor will obviously eat up more juice, and anything with GPS will inform you of how long you can use it (a full charge is ~40 hours before the battery dies). Still, even heavy users can expect at least 10 days from the watch, easy. The 20+ days of battery life is no joke.If there’s one feature I’d like to eventually see on the Verge Lite, it would be replies to app notifications. Who knows, maybe it’ll be put in eventually.Overall, the Verge Lite is what everyone should expect out of a simple smartwatch. It’s for those that don’t care about how much a smartwatch can do, rather if the smartwatch can do what it can do well. This watch absolutely does everything well, and at that price point ($100 at the time of purchase), you really can’t go wrong.

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