[Update: Last Day] Wyze Announces Its First SPO2-Tracking Smartwatch and It’s Only $20

A Wyze Watch over a white background.
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Not that long ago, Wyze announced a $25 fitness band and $20 scale. Odd fits for the company that makes affordable cameras, smart bulbs, and smart plugs. Now the company is back with a smartwatch, and somehow it costs less than the company’s fitness band. That’s right, the Wyze Watch will set you back just $20, and you can pre-order it today.

Update: Today is the last day to pre-order a Wyze Watch. The company already took 95,000 orders so any pre-orders made today will be part of a second wave shipment in March. Still, if you miss out the wait will be even longer. Pre-order now before it’s too late.

For just $20, you get a lot of smartwatch. The Wyze Watch comes in two sizes, 44mm and 47 mm. Depending on which you pick, you’ll either get a 1.4-inch touchscreen or a 1.75-inch touchscreen. Wyze promises that the smartwatch will also carry an IP68 rating, allowing you to submerge it up to 2 m.

More impressively, the Wzye Watch has blood oxygen saturation (SPO2) tracking, a feature that some expensive smartwatches don’t include. The watch also sports activity tracking, sleep tracking, email previews, text messaging, nine-day battery life, and an all-aluminum casing. But that’s still not the entire list; it also does heart rate monitoring, menstrual tracking, swappable watch faces, and will soon have weather and find-my-phone features.

You can even pre-order the Wyze Watch today, and the company says that it should ship in by February 2021.

Josh Hendrickson Josh Hendrickson
Josh Hendrickson has worked in IT for nearly a decade, including four years spent repairing and servicing computers for Microsoft. He’s also a smarthome enthusiast who built his own smart mirror with just a frame, some electronics, a Raspberry Pi, and open-source code. Read Full Bio »

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