TicWatch E3

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  • Great for fitness enthusiasts
  • Runs on Wear OS 3.0
  • Comes with a GPS tracker and heart rate monitor
  • Watch is light weight and comfortable
  • Battery life is short


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TicWatch E3 Review: A Budget Option
Mobvoi, one of the few remaining makers of Wear OS watches, first introduced the TicWatch E3 in June, only a couple of weeks after Google announced the new Wear OS 3.0 alongside Samsung. The timing made for an awkward situation for Mobvoi, where we could talk about what the watch had to offer today,...
Mobvoi offering refund for TicWatch E3 if you complete a 21-day fitness challenge
Mobvoi is offering an interesting proposition to attracts new customers to its TicWatch E3 smartwatch. If you purchase this smartwatch directly from Mobvoi’s website before July 18 you can be eligible to receive a full refund if you complete a workout challenge for 21 days during a 3-day period. The...
Spotify for Wear OS, now with shuffle and correct Liked Playlist song count
Got the feature on my Ticwatch E3, I can say that the Spotify team really outdid themselves for quickly adding features based on user request.
1 year ago
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If you decide for the TicWatch E3 instead of the TicWatch Pro 3 GPS, you save about 100 Euros (~$119), while still getting the currently best Qualcomm SoC for wearables, 8 GB of ROM, and multiband GNSS. The main compromises compared to the top model include an even shorter battery life and the lack ...
Inge Schwabe
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My experiences with a Ticwatch e3
I had a Samsung gear s3 before my New ticwatch E3. It isn't my first experience with android wear because I had a LG g watch r before the Samsung watch. But boy what is this a big difference. The Samsung watch was good but the ticwatch is much faster.
1 year ago
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Mobvoi TicWatch E3 Review: The Long Lasting Smartwatch | Digital Trends
Yes. With the Wear OS 3 update situation all cleared up, and provided you don’t mind the bland design, the TicWatch E3 is one of the few Android smartwatches that you should consider today.
7 months ago
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WearOS 3? Buy now and upgrade or wait on new models?
After setting it up for her and falling in love with Wear OS 2.x on the TW E3, I got one for myself in December 2021, and have been REAL happy with it since. Given all of that research from late last fall I mentioned -- I felt the TicWatch E3 and its higher-end cousin, the TicWatch Pro 3 models were some of the best values for Wear OS watches at the time. I still believe that, and my experience over the past five months has borne that out.
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I got a Ticwatch E3 and the mobvoi sleep tracking is pretty okay.
But I'm thinking of disabling all the Tic services to get better battery life.
What alternative are you guys using
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Mobvoi TicWatch E3 drops to $140 ($60 off), and it will get Wear OS 3
Mobvoi is one of the few companies currently producing Wear OS smartwatches, alongside Fossil Group, Samsung, and others. The company released the TicWatch E3 earlier this year as a budget watch with the Snapdragon Wear 4100 chip, and now you can get it on sale for $140. That’s a discount of $60 fro...
I tried the Ticwatch E3, but am not happy with the app (and syncing it to Google Fit). I am leaning towards the Samsung Galaxy watch 4..but I hear if I don't have a Samsung phone, it isn't very great.


Supported Application

Fitness Tracker

Sleep Monitor


Special Feature

100+ professional workout modes

Navigate your routes without the phone


Compatible Devices