Popglory Smartwatch P22: An Affordable Fitness Tracker for Android & iOS Devices
This affordable smart watch from Popglory is packed with advanced sensors to monitor your Heart Rate, Blood Pressure, and Sp02. The Popglory Smartwatch P22 is a great Apple watch alternative.
- Advanced Blood Pressure and Oxygen Monitoring: Utilizing state-of-the-art sensors, this watch measures your blood pressure and oxygen levels while recording the data in its companion app, HeroBand 3 (scan the QR code in the manual to download). Gain a better understanding of your body’s changes; however, note that the data should not be considered medically accurate.
- Full-Touch Screen & Exclusive Wallpapers: Effortlessly transition between various watch face designs or personalize your watch with custom backgrounds to create a unique style. The full-touch screen offers an enhanced interactive experience and easy access to workout data. Your Ideal Personal Assistant: Stay connected with notifications for calls, texts, and other apps, while benefiting from handy tools such as a timer, stopwatch, wrist sense, DND mode, find phone, sedentary reminder, music control, and weather display.
- Comprehensive Life and Fitness Companion: With seven sport modes, the smartwatch records your daily activities, including steps, distance, calories, sleep status, and heart rate. It also displays periods of deep sleep, light sleep, and wakefulness. Sport modes include walking, running, cycling, skipping, badminton, basketball, and football.
- Extensive Compatibility and Impressive Battery Life: This sports watch is compatible with iOS 9.0, Android 4.4, and later smartphones. With up to 10 days of usage time and over 30 days of standby, stay organized and productive all day long. Enhance your understanding of fitness, sleep quality, and heart health with the HeroBand 3 app today.
Drew Webb –
This smart watch is amazing, I have recently found out I have high blood pressure and have been taking my medicine for over a month every time I visit a store with the blood pressure machines I’ve been checking it , since I’ve ordered my watch I can use it to check my blood pressure anywhere I go, it’s so awesome and convenient having it at the touch of a button, wasn’t skeptical on how it would work but it’s perfect so glad I got it, definitely recommend this watch!
Charissa Bailey –
Received the watches, packaging is very good, it is nice to watch quality, product packaging is very good, look very tall, very delicate packaging is sealed, home I’ll try the waterproof effect, waterproof properties is good, very fine workmanship, fashionable style, is very atmosphere, very joker, dial design special beautiful, time is accurate, and the function, can be manually controlled the sort of, very convenient.Have alarm clock and timing these functions, and the time is also set, after wearing the watch is just right, watchband can be adjusted, fat and thin can be controlled, watchband wearing time is very comfortable, good quality, have friends and I like this watch to order!Highly recommended
Reviewed in the United States on March 11, 2020Color: BlackVerified PurchaseThis is a fantastic smart watch fitness tracker for the low cost. But to start it needs mobile apps (VeryFitPro) which is easy to download and setup via QR code.It’s looks and finish is cool 😎 and look like Apple Watch.After use of a week it’s BATTERY 🔋 life is very impressive which stands for long and quickly charged.It has different mode Sports, Alarm, Relax and Heartrate. It help to track heartbeat and relax your breath by doing inhale and exhale.Now it is easy and I can track my steps and calories on daily basis & weekly.My son (4.5yrs) try it and it fits and works for him as well. Size is awesome.Overall features and compare to price, it’s right choice.
I have a Fitbit Charge 2 I’ve used to track my steps, heart rate and stairs for several years now, and it does a great job with that. However, I have never understood why the more expensive smart watches and fitness trackers do not offer BP and blood oxygen level measurement options also.I bought a set of ankle bands for my Fitbit and wear it there now (and get MUCH more accurate step counts than when wearing it on my wrist) and began a search for an affordable smart watch that measures BP and O2 levels.Over the past six months, I have bought and tried out six different BP smart watches from Amazon and returned four of them because of their extremely inaccurate algorithms used to calculate BP. The worst one was always at least 16 mmHg off systolically and 8-10 mmHg off diastolically. Also, the accompanying apps were nothing to write home about.I had just about given up when I found this watch, decided to give it a try, and I’m so glad I did! This is hands down THE most comfortable watch of any kind I have ever had on my wrist! It’s very lightweight and the band is so soft and pliable I forget I even have it on! I love the style and for once, the BP readings are well within the ballpark of what my actual cuff monitor shows. I don’t have an actual oxygen sat reader, but when I compared my result with the reading I got when I visited my physician’s office and, it was only off by 1%.The mobile app which accompanies this watch, HeroBand III, it’s also commendable. It paired easily with my Galaxy Note 10+ and offers a wealth of information that’s easily understandable. I think it compares quite favorably to the Fitbit app regarding stat breakdowns.The notification feature works perfectly with my texting program and offers a list of other apps to connect to. The one that is missing that I use regularly is FB Messenger. I hope it will be added in a future software update. The weather function and exercise timer work great, too!Battery life on the watch is excellent. I last charged it on Tuesday morning, and two days later, the battery indicator shows there is a 90% charge left. I don’t sleep with my watch on, and turn it off when I remove it for the evening, which could be one reason why it’s just sipping it’s battery charge.The only measurement that is off is the step counter. It is returning results of about 40% lower than what my Fitbit on my ankle says. I think this is just because it’s worn on the wrist, so I don’t really pay attention to that feature.This is easily the best economy smart watch I’ve used to date. I like it so much, I have ordered a second one as a backup in case the current one ever fails or if this model is ever discontinued.
Juanitra Dallas –
1st day we see two of these one for me one for my wife hers was charge completely out of the box mine needed charge. But so far so good started off downloading the mobile app very easy to use set up and can change screens directly in the mobile app you can also check charge however the charger could be better it has a magnet that holds in place though it slips very easily so would probably need to put in a secure place to ensure a good charge. Step count and blood pressure monitor seem to be fairly accurate only a couple points off and that could be because the size of my wrist they are very thick however I do believe that this product beats a lot of products outside of his price range would be highly recommended except for the charger hopefully I can find one in a much better condition at a decent price but would definitely give the watch itself 10 Stars if I could.
Good product , worth for the money. All functions work well. I like continued auto heart rate check if you set in app. App. Works well too shows all records. Battery life so far used 50% in 3 days as I use health, fitness and time functions with low brightness as full is very bright for me. Display, you can turn off through app. to avoid disturbance at night unless you push button to see time. Thanks
I can not believe how well this works. Everything works great hooks up with your iphone health app no problem. It is water proof, have yet to see any condensation in the watch. The only little problem I have is that it looses the weather from time to time. Other than that it all seems to work well 1 month into it. Will re-post if things change.
I like the watch very much. It works well the band is very nice and flexible doesn’t make your wrist which is good. The band is phenomenal I do like that quite a bit that’s kind of why I gave it a really high mark. Value is pretty reasonable for the watch. The accuracy of the steps on the other hand I don’t think is exactly right but can’t be that far off. It was easy to connect to my phone which is an iPhone. And the other options on the watch like heartbeat and blood pressure and asleep tracking is nice Which I find is accurate. Overall pretty decent for the value price and functions.
Hien P. Nguyen –
I’ve read many reviews before buying this smart watch to use primarily as a HRM for fitness tracking. I want to like it but unfortunately I’m returning it after a few days of using because it’s simply not accurate. When resting with my ave HR of 65bpm, the error is tolerable (compared it to my iphone HR monitor and with my Garmin monitor). The problem is when I start to perform basis exercises (like push-up), my Garmin monitor would show my HR peaking over 120bpm while the watch would not go over 95bpm. As another example (see attached photos), I’ve tested it on a bicycle ride for an hour. My Garmin would have an ave HR of 134bpm with a max of 154 while the watch would be 86 and 125 respectively. I know from my experience that the error is with the watch.What I also did not like about this watch is the sleep monitor function. It appears that this function only works automatically b/n 8:00pm and 10:00am and that it cannot be turned on or off manually. This is not good if one sleep outside this period or if one need to charge your watch during this period.Overall, I’m disappointed that it does not work as advertised. I didn’t expect it be accurate as my Garmin but the margin of error is not acceptable.
I have high blood pressure for years and subscribed to Coversyl, I don’t want to bring my bp tester with me so thought this watch can be a great alternative, unfortunately the readings are much lower than actual, for example, my home bp tester reads 144/98, this watch shows 120/77 tested at the same time, I even went to my family doctor to compare results from their bp machine, just another waste of money gadgets from Amazon…
LnLfarms review –
Let me do a new review after having this 3 days. It’s important to note that I haven’t wore watching over 30 years the loan of fitness watch. So some of my complaints may be something that’s normal of all fitness watches I would have no idea.It’s also important to note I bought this mainly for the blood pressure, spo2, heart rate and step counting capabilities. So those will be mainly what I cover.ProsPrice didn’t break the bank.Has options for watch faces.Heart rate monitor seems to be close.Functionality was easy to figure out.Had no issues installing app.Had no trouble pairing it with app on my Android phone( moto g7 play)Easy to put on and take off.Battery life seems good. Have had it on for 3 days and only used a ¼ of the charge.Watch was nicely packaged.Communicates with the phone nicely when receiving phone calls or text messages. Also like the fact that you can disable these features if you wish. By default they come disabled.It’s nice that I can just click the weather button and get temperature and what tomorrow’s temp supposed to be.Just tried the camera functions to see how it worked and it seemed to work I don’t see me ever using it.Find phone function work nicely when I tried it.ConsInstructions – they were printed in very small print. Instructions were understandable once I could read them. Instructions did not cover operation of the watch face. Instructions just basically how to load the app and what’s on the app. The watch face was easy enough to figure out.WATCH FACES – although it’s nice there’s a large selection of watch faces many of them were too small of font for me to see. Only one can be customized and you can’t change the font on that.BLOOD PRESSURE – blood pressure is very inaccurate. It’s always testing low and sometimes 20 to 30 points lower than my actual blood pressure on the blood pressure cuff monitor. I tried to change the tightness of the watch around the wrist. The location of the watch above the heart. Nothing seemed to really make a substantial difference.SLEEP MONITOR – I only put this in the cons because of the inaccuracy of the blood pressure monitor and no way to verify the accuracy of the sleep monitor. So when unable to trust the numbers that it provides. It functions and it gives you results I just do not know the accuracy of those results and because of that I can’t rely on this function.STEP COUNTER – I have been comparing this watch to my phone step counter, both of them, and a step counter on this watch is about 40 to 70% more steps than what the phone step counter reflex. I tried to make sure the phone is with me at all times but there are times when I am in the house that it’s not connected to me. So I can understand a slight discrepancy but these differences are way higher than I was expecting. I’ve changed my stride distance in the app and it did not seem to help. This is always testing higher than the actual numbers on my phone. But hey for an old guy that’s out of shape she doesn’t want an extra thousand steps a day..lol.SPO2 – I have tested this along with my fingertip monitor and it is always 3 to 4 points higher than my fingertip monitor. Obviously to hire my fingertip monitor numbers are the closer it is to the watch. Example if my fingertip monitor says my levels are at 97%, the watch might say 99%. But if my fingertip monitor had my results at 92%, The watch May indicate it’s up to 97%. So it’s always testing higher than what the fingertip monitor is testing. I find that concerning.TIMER – wish it had a countdown feature that would count down to zero and notify you.CONCLUSIONSo my conclusion is that if you’re relying on the health side of this watch you might be disappointed as I am. However if you just want the health functions there and not put any stock in them then they’re fine. You can based on my watch and my comparison rely on the heart rate monitor. The other functions as far as messaging and phone calls timers seem to work very well with this phone.I will give this phone a couple more days but it appears I will be returning it just because the health functions are not reliable. I understand I won’t get a medical grade results. But being 30 to 40 points off on low side on blood pressure is not acceptable.I really like to watch except for that health feature and it pains me that I have to return it. I will be trying other watches out and hopefully we’ll find one that is closer to accurate on the health functions.
David C. Rose –
Generally works well, but it reads 20mmHg lower than a standard upper arm cuff on systolic, and 10mmHg lower on diastolic, so remember to add those to the wrist reading to get close to the ‘real’ number. If the watch reads 110/70 then you are more like 130/80, in my experience.There doesn’t seem to be a way to adjust for this on the app – I believe you can calibrate the Samsung watch, but that costs $$$$. It would be nice if these people let you adjust the app at least, so you could get the true value on your phone. Then it would be 5-stars