I can’t count the number of times I’ve heard people say that Standalone smartwatches are a waste of money. Unfortunately, those who say this just don’t understand what a smartwatch can do.
There may be different types of people reading this article whether you may be thinking this will not work or else you don’t know much about the advantages or disadvantages.
The advantages of a large Smartwatch
So what more can a smartwatch do than a smartphone that makes it a worthwhile investment? Let’s take a look at some of the key uses of a smartwatch that might convince you to give it a go.
- They don’t just tell the time
- Many people prefer to wear a watch. The goal is either functional (just to tell the time) or because it is trendy. A good watch looks great on someone’s wrist.
But watches are less and less popular due to the advent of the smartphone. Who needs to buy a watch when their phone tells you the time and has a calendar and an alarm clock? This is a valid argument which explains the decline in watch sales in recent years.
But smartwatches resist this trend because they offer something a little different. They offer all of these basic watch features, but also do things that smartphones can’t. We will explain exactly what it is during the course of this article.
- Finding a phone, key or device is easier
As you well know, losing a phone or keys is a very frustrating experience. It always seems to come before an important occasion that we just can’t be late!
Fortunately, a 4G smartwatch can make this inconvenience a thing of the past.
Most of them have a “Find phone” feature. You can connect your phone or any device to it and you can make it ring through your watch whenever you want.
Lost your phone? Just press a few buttons on your watch to locate it in seconds.
- It works as a good fitness tracker
Many smartwatches have fitness tracking as an essential feature. This will help you achieve your fitness goals. So if you ever think about using a fitness tracker or pedometer, you can swap it out for a good smartwatch.
What exactly can a connected watch do? It can calculate steps, distance, calories, heart rate, pulse, sleep and some beyond to calculate other important measurements you might need.
We recently reviewed the DM20 LEM10 4G Smartwatch and I’m sure a good smartwatch can do the same for you.
Garmin watches are particularly good fitness equipment, but most of them today offer fitness tracking features because the technology is much cheaper to manufacture than before.
Even if you are online while doing activities
When you are running, biking, swimming, or any other form of exercise, you might want to take a look at your messages, calls, or notifications.
Sometimes you just can’t keep a phone with you for these activities, and it’s awkward and annoying when you do anyway. This is where the smartwatch really comes in handy.
Are you underwater? No problem at all! The DM 101 Large screen Smartwatch has a water resistance of up to 50 meters underwater. Take a swim break to check your messages without having to leave the pool.
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