TicWatch E2 review

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  • TicWatch E2
  • TicWatch E2
  • TicWatch E2
  • TicWatch E2
  • TicWatch E2

Specs / Features


Specification

Brand TicWatch
Warranty 12 months
Release date 22-January-2019
Size 4.69 x 5.22 x 1.29 cm (1.8 x 2.1 x 0.5 in)

Critic Reviews


Good Gear Guide

The standard for Wear OS is fast enough, cheap enough, and does enough

from Good Gear Guide

If you don’t mind taking your phone out of your pocket to use Google Pay, it’s easy to recommend the TicWatch E2. There’s nothing wrong with it that doesn’t also afflict every other Wear OS watch. And once it gets native sleep tracking, it’ll have a feature nearly every other Wear OS watch lacks.

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If you don’t mind taking your phone out of your pocket to use Google Pay, it’s easy to recommend the TicWatch E2. There’s nothing wrong with it that doesn’t also afflict every other Wear OS watch. And once it gets native sleep tracking, it’ll have a feature nearly every other Wear OS watch lacks.

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PCWorld

Not perfect but plenty good enough for Wear OS

from PCWorld

What’s impressive about the TicWatch E2 isn’t its specs or features. It’s not even anything it does. It’s that for $160, you can get a Wear OS device that has all of the latest software features, dutifully tracks your steps and exercise, lasts all day, and looks like a watch that costs a hundred dollars more.

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What’s impressive about the TicWatch E2 isn’t its specs or features. It’s not even anything it does. It’s that for $160, you can get a Wear OS device that has all of the latest software features, dutifully tracks your steps and exercise, lasts all day, and looks like a watch that costs a hundred dollars more.

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The Verge

A simple, basic, no-frills smartwatch

from The Verge

With its new TicWatches, Mobvoi has made the best of a bad platform. But for a certain person, they could be worth it if only because of their best feature: they’re inexpensive. If you absolutely want a Wear OS watch right now, my advice is to spend as little as possible on it. Save your money...More

With its new TicWatches, Mobvoi has made the best of a bad platform. But for a certain person, they could be worth it if only because of their best feature: they’re inexpensive. If you absolutely want a Wear OS watch right now, my advice is to spend as little as possible on it. Save your money for when (or if) the platform gets its next overhaul. Until then, the TicWatch E2 is a cheap way to get an inexpensive smartwatch that works with Android.

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Android Headlines

The best-value Wear OS smartwatch

from Android Headlines

There are a few corners being cut here, and if you don't mind missing out on some of those features, then the TicWatch E2 is actually a really good option for a lot of people. Many don't use Google Pay on their wrist anyways, especially if their phone already has Google Pay. So losing out on NFC...More

There are a few corners being cut here, and if you don't mind missing out on some of those features, then the TicWatch E2 is actually a really good option for a lot of people. Many don't use Google Pay on their wrist anyways, especially if their phone already has Google Pay. So losing out on NFC isn't a huge deal. Though it is surprising that this has a heart rate monitor.

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TrustedReviews

A well-rounded smartwatch at a budget-friendly price

from TrustedReviews

If you’re not looking to drop a lot of cash for a more premium Wear OS smartwatch, then you should consider the TicWatch E2. It’s still a good-looking smartwatch that’s well built, has good performance, good (albeit basic) exercise tracking, and has decent battery life overall. But you’ll...More

If you’re not looking to drop a lot of cash for a more premium Wear OS smartwatch, then you should consider the TicWatch E2. It’s still a good-looking smartwatch that’s well built, has good performance, good (albeit basic) exercise tracking, and has decent battery life overall. But you’ll need to look beyond the lack of NFC and be able to accommodate a big smartwatch.

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New Atlas

An affordable blend of features and functionality

from New Atlas

With just about everything a casual user could want from a smartwatch, bar NFC, the TicWatch E2 is likely to hit the shortlist of anyone shopping for a Wear OS watch in the near future. Mobvoi is really hitting its stride when it comes to producing quality wearables, and the ultimate question is:...More

With just about everything a casual user could want from a smartwatch, bar NFC, the TicWatch E2 is likely to hit the shortlist of anyone shopping for a Wear OS watch in the near future. Mobvoi is really hitting its stride when it comes to producing quality wearables, and the ultimate question is: why you would pay any more for your next smartwatch?

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AndroidPIT

A very decent overall package

from AndroidPIT

For almost $159 you can't go wrong with the Ticwatch E2. The watch is not the prettiest, but it is useful and performs well. The battery is quite powerful for an Android smartwatch with Wear OS and the display is great. I find it a bit annoying that NFC is missing, and I have also gotten quite us...More

For almost $159 you can't go wrong with the Ticwatch E2. The watch is not the prettiest, but it is useful and performs well. The battery is quite powerful for an Android smartwatch with Wear OS and the display is great. I find it a bit annoying that NFC is missing, and I have also gotten quite used to the two additional buttons on my other smartwatch.

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Softpedia

A very capable smartwatches that comes with a compelling feature package

from Softpedia

If there's anything I'd like to see improved on the new lineup is the battery life, which I think should be substantially better, especially on a device with the specs of these devices. Plus, an NFC sensor for wireless payments would come in handy to some, though that this isn't a problem for me....More

If there's anything I'd like to see improved on the new lineup is the battery life, which I think should be substantially better, especially on a device with the specs of these devices. Plus, an NFC sensor for wireless payments would come in handy to some, though that this isn't a problem for me. I'd also love to see Mobvoi focusing more on the quality of its displays, as screens with higher resolutions would push the TicWatch brand even closer to the premium market.

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Digital Trends

Shockingly good value at just $160

from Digital Trends

Mobvoi’s TicWatch E2 is the best affordable smartwatch you can buy, provided you don’t mind slapping a chunky watch on your wrist. Its $160 price tag, along with the features it offers, is simply a stunning value.

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Mobvoi’s TicWatch E2 is the best affordable smartwatch you can buy, provided you don’t mind slapping a chunky watch on your wrist. Its $160 price tag, along with the features it offers, is simply a stunning value.

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