TicWatch C2 PLUS – Classic Design Smart Watch for Women
The TicWatch C2 and C2+ are classicly designed, Wear OS powered Smartwatches built for Women. Available in 3 colors the main features include: GPS, Waterproof, NFC Payment, works with iOS and Android.
- This is an upgraded version from TicWatch C2, double the RAM, now with 1GB of RAM
- Running the system of Wear Os by Google, compatible with iPhone and Android device, download your favorite apps on Google Play Store, using Google Assistant to wake up your watch
- NFC Payment, check out without your wallet again. Use Google Pay on your watch wherever mobile payments are accepted.
- Notifications and app alerts from your phone, manage your calendar, and customize your watch face
- Built-in GPS, GLONASS and Beidou positioning, Google Fit and TicMotion make it easy to get motivated, stay balanced and track your health right from your wrist.
I bought this watch for my wife. Nice watch with good battery life, google pay and a heart rate monitor. She had another watch with Wear OS. So she is already familiar with the os. Overall good experience.
Danielle N. –
This watch was great for a nice looking OS watch. It works as expected and was generally responsive to touch. I did send it back as it was not what I was looking for. It does feel a bit cheaply made and the watch is really thick. My last smart watch was the first generation Huawei watch and I haven’t found anything quite as nice that has all the features I want like that watch.
Brandon McCall –
This is my third smartwatch i have owned, all of them being different ticwatches from Mobvoi, and once again this watch does not disapoint. The battery life is impeccable over previous models, I easily get a few days of use out of a full charge. the build quality is better than any other ticwatch ive owned with a jice metal body and leather strap, and the functionality of wareOS leaves nothing to be desired. Easily a good choice when in the market for a new smart watch.
It is a beautiful watch, but there is no point in having it if 1. Keeps disconnecting from my phone and 2. It doesn’t alert me of new messages. Might as well had gotten a watch $100+ cheaper if all I wanted to see was the time.
Pretty watch that is useful and well designed! It fits well on my wrist. Google Pay always works and I love the programable other button! An excellent and well priced Smartwatch.
Looks feminine and I love that I can pay right from my watch!
Gisselle Rodriguez –
Very nice watch
I bought this for my wife and we got it a couple of weeks ago. She has since LOVED it. She says the only thing is that it’s a little heavy, but otherwise it works very well for her. If you’re trying to decide about this one, don’t hesitate, it’s time to buy.
Laura Pena –
The watch is elegant, durable, and meets all of my needs. I have it customized with battery %, day/date, steps, and weather on always-on screen, and the bottom side-button opens my dictation app. With always-on screen, my battery live is over a day (>30% battery when I dock it every night). I use the watch to dictate notes and it sends audio clips to my phone automatically. I read and reply to emails/texts on my watch, get alerts about breaking news/incoming calls, and consequently use my phone significantly less. The haptic feedback is on point. I use the stock leather band most times and have an orange band for a more sporty look. If you’re reading this, I strongly recommend you consider buying the watch. I love it and am very happy with it.
P. Robichaux –
As an original Ticwatch 2.0 user I excited to try out an android wear type watch. Given how great the original Ticwatch was, I decided to give this one a go as is much cheaper than many options out there while still providing a lot of features.Apps:At first I went all in on Android wear. I downloaded my favorite apps (which weren’t available before). However, the android wear versions of some things were not the best. For example Strava display was overly simplified and not customizable. Google fit is just lame. However, the watch comes with Mobvoi’s fitness and health apps, which I found to be far superior to Google and other third party apps. Plus, you can sync your fitness activities to Strava, Runkeeper, or Google fit. So I just use Mobvoi’s fitness app and let it sync to view and share activities with friends. Mobvoi’s all day continuous heart rate monitoring is really nice too. I don’t wear my watch to sleep so I don’t do any sleep tracking.Experience:Google assistant is really nice perk about being on the android wear platform. Notifications are interactive and you can reply to texts. The android wear watch face library is pretty expansive. I found an awesome weather one that lets you see a 12 hour weather forecast at a glance with lots of details (see pictures).Battery life:At first I did the always on screen an no battery optimization and the watch didn’t last a whole 24 hours with light-moderate use (no GPS activities). However, just turning off the always on screen and only having it come on when it detects it is in a position where you’re likely looking at it made the battery last much longer. I charge it ever night but I suspect it would last 1.5 to maybe 2 days if you were to turn it off when not in use. And whenever I looked at the watch it popped on so the always on display was really not worth it. You can probably go for an hour run and use it the rest of the day and still have life before it hits the charger at night.Look/feel:It is a bit bulkier than i’m used to. However, it is super light so you don’t really notice the extra bulk. The band it comes with is good. I didn’t have problems with hitting the band excess too much. I’ll likely swap it out with a metal link band I have to make it look even nicer.Overall:Its a great casual watch that also can be used for fitness activities (probably not swimming and I don’t think I’ll take the chance as its not rated beyond shallow water). The price is awesome for the features it provides. Definitely a good buy.
I got the platinum leather band I really like the look. It looks really nice with a grey shirt. I consider this to be the default Wear OS watch to buy. It has everything you want – you’re getting a lot of technology for the price.The battery life is quite good – I was a bit concerned that it would be running out of juice before the day is done, but that’s not the case here. It also charges up extremely quickly.The leather band still looks good after using the watch for about 30 days, but I can see some creases worn into it, and would like to have an additional band to rotate them.I’m big on heart-rate monitoring, so I really enjoy the 24-hour heart rate monitoring. I have one of those finger pulse checkers, so I can confirm that the heart rate monitoring is very accurate.The touchscreen is very responsive. Once you get used to it, it’s very easy to navigate. I find it plenty of fast – there isn’t lag when swiping. There is a slight delay when opening apps, depending on the app, but in general, I don’t find the processor lacking. The screen is easy to see in any lighting condition, and it’s very sharp – it makes it enjoyable to use.I have zero issues with the watch syncing with my phone – it was very seamless. I set up the watch and suddenly I’m able to control my audio, see my texts and email, talk to Google Assistant, etc. One app I enjoy is the Google Translate app – it’s very convenient if you’re studying another language or traveling.