Oukitel A29 smartwatch makes and takes calls; timepiece can be pre-ordered tomorrow for $69.99

We've seen Oukitel display a number of interesting smartphones. Did you know that they also make wearables? Starting tomorrow, the Oukitel A29 smartwatch will be available for pre-orders, priced at just $69.99. With a slot for you to insert a SIM card, this timepiece can make and take calls right from your wrist. Using Bluetooth 4.0 to pair the watch with your handset, you can sync your contacts list, or use the watch as a remote control to take pictures or play tunes on your phone. The A29 will pair with an iOS or Android device.

Like most smartwatches, the Oukitel A29 is interested in your health. It monitors your exercises, keeps track of your heart rate, counts the number of steps you make while walking or running, and computes the number of calories you've consumed while exercising. The smartwatch will remind you if you've been sitting too long, and also measures your sleep. Most Doctors say that getting enough sleep is important for your overall health.

The Oukital A29 is made from stainless steel, and features a 320mAh battery. That gives it four hours of talk time, and 150 hours of standby. It takes two hours for the battery to go from zero to full. The watch will launch on November 20th.

source: Oukitel



15. FrankUnderwood2

Posts: 243; Member since: Oct 01, 2015

Woah.! That Terminator prediction is becoming way more true than I anticipated. We are way too much getting close to machines. And seriously, being an adult, with brains, do I really "need!" to be reminded by a smartwatch its time to sleep?

14. btbotimtim

Posts: 272; Member since: Dec 08, 2010

I like the look of the face. It looks like it has turbillon.

10. Darkerm

Posts: 322; Member since: Jan 31, 2012

i want this

9. duartix

Posts: 311; Member since: Apr 01, 2014

Great design. It took me three looks at it to notice it's not a full circle (à la Moto). Killer price too.

4. kd5980

Posts: 4; Member since: Apr 15, 2015

Any way to get this in the USA?

3. lallolu

Posts: 734; Member since: Sep 18, 2012

Not into smartwatches because their useability does not justify their prices; but for this price, I may be tempted to try one.

13. nohasslecastle

Posts: 7; Member since: Jan 21, 2015

Same. Gonna wait for reviews though

2. Povea

Posts: 53; Member since: Jul 03, 2015

"And features a 320mAh battery. That gives it four hours of talk time, and 150 hours of standby. It takes two hours for the battery to go from zero to full." DOA!

6. Extraneus

Posts: 121; Member since: Jun 02, 2012

We need an estimate of average use (music controls, etc.) to judge it properly. 150 hours standby sounds pretty good compared to the competition!

8. Arch_Fiend

Posts: 3951; Member since: Oct 03, 2015


11. TheWeasel

Posts: 403; Member since: Dec 26, 2014

It might be, if you talk into your smartwatch for four hours.

12. bachir8k

Posts: 153; Member since: Feb 25, 2013

Android? play store?

1. TheHeartBreakKid

Posts: 102; Member since: Jul 07, 2015

another flat tyre. No thanks.

5. Extraneus

Posts: 121; Member since: Jun 02, 2012

The Apple Watch is a shiny bar of soap; this is better looking by default...

7. sgodsell

Posts: 7679; Member since: Mar 16, 2013

Also that price of 69$. That is really a low entry point for a smart watch with a touch screen interface. Plus you can put a sim card in this watch. So for a really inexpensive watch that will allow its users to make phone calls. It seem worth it. I could buy one for my mother, put a sim card in it, and if she falls or needs help. Then this device could come in a pinch. I guess it depends on how easy it is to make calls on this device. Not to mention, it is showing users how expensive Apple truly is.

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