TicWatch E2 review

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  • TicWatch E2

Specs / Features


Warranty (Months) 12 months
Release date 22-January-2019
Size 5 x 5 x 1 cm (2 x 2 x 0.4 in)
Weight N/A

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BGR

This Wear OS smartwatch does enough for its price

from BGR

If you are planning to buy a smartwatch and want Wear OS then TicWatch E2 is a great option. Its real USP is the attractive price. The user experience is not quite there but it is a tradeoff one must be willing to make if they are in the Android world and cannot use an Apple Watch.

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If you are planning to buy a smartwatch and want Wear OS then TicWatch E2 is a great option. Its real USP is the attractive price. The user experience is not quite there but it is a tradeoff one must be willing to make if they are in the Android world and cannot use an Apple Watch.

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Android Central

The best cheap Android smartwatch for most people

from Android Central

The E2 may not have the newest Snapdragon Wear 3100 inside, but with improved fitness tracking and more refined look, this watch is more than worth its modest price tag.

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The E2 may not have the newest Snapdragon Wear 3100 inside, but with improved fitness tracking and more refined look, this watch is more than worth its modest price tag.

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Lifewire

This affordable Wear OS watch comes with a litany of frustrations

from Lifewire

Inconsistent performance, semi-regular disconnects, and weird charger issues make the Mobvoi TicWatch E2 a smartwatch you should skip.

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Inconsistent performance, semi-regular disconnects, and weird charger issues make the Mobvoi TicWatch E2 a smartwatch you should skip.

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Expert Reviews

The best budget Wear OS smartwatch

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If you’re on a strict £150 budget, there’s nothing that comes close in terms of performance, features and usability. Not only that, but the TicWatch E2 looks more attractive and is more solidly made than its predecessor. For now, then, the TicWatch E2 wears the budget smartwatch crown.

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If you’re on a strict £150 budget, there’s nothing that comes close in terms of performance, features and usability. Not only that, but the TicWatch E2 looks more attractive and is more solidly made than its predecessor. For now, then, the TicWatch E2 wears the budget smartwatch crown.

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TechRadar

A great value smartwatch for casual fitness fans

from TechRadar

The TicWatch E2 offers a solid smartwatch experience with all the core features you'd expect while also enhancing its fitness tracking and battery life. It's great for casual fitness fans, but enthusiasts may find it lacking the depth they require.

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The TicWatch E2 offers a solid smartwatch experience with all the core features you'd expect while also enhancing its fitness tracking and battery life. It's great for casual fitness fans, but enthusiasts may find it lacking the depth they require.

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TechGearLab

A decent all-around smartwatch

from TechGearLab

If you are an Android user and looking for a simple smartwatch without breaking the bank to tide you over until Wear OS gets a full overhaul, then the TicWatch E2 is a great choice. True, it can't compete with the top-tier offerings from Samsung or Apple but it retails for less than half of the p...More

If you are an Android user and looking for a simple smartwatch without breaking the bank to tide you over until Wear OS gets a full overhaul, then the TicWatch E2 is a great choice. True, it can't compete with the top-tier offerings from Samsung or Apple but it retails for less than half of the premium watches and won't disappoint — if you don't expect too much.

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Ausdroid

A really easy entry point into the WearOS market

from Ausdroid

Mobvoi have done an excellent job with WearOS, delivered it on a budget and if you’re looking to get your first smartwatch or replace one that’s a generation or two old, the TicWatch range should be on your shopping list. It dropped into my daily use patterns without an issue and I’m confid...More

Mobvoi have done an excellent job with WearOS, delivered it on a budget and if you’re looking to get your first smartwatch or replace one that’s a generation or two old, the TicWatch range should be on your shopping list. It dropped into my daily use patterns without an issue and I’m confident that it will for a huge number of current and potential users.

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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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