Dual display Mobvoi TicWatch Pro costs $200 with free TicBand included after $100 discount

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Dual display Mobvoi TicWatch Pro costs $200 with free TicBand included after $100 discount
It’s not every day that you see Mobvoi’s incredibly feature-packed smartwatches further discounted from their already reasonable price points, but believe it or not, the company is now running an even better sale than those Valentine’s Day bundle deals unveiled a couple of days ago.

With little to no fanfare, the Mobvoi TicWatch Pro appears to have recently dropped from $250 to $200, also including a TicBand activity tracker at no extra charge. That essentially saves you a full $100 on an ingenious dual display smartwatch and a basic but reliable little fitness band.

Commercially released in the US last summer, the TicWatch Pro ticks pretty much all the necessary boxes to fall into the high-end Apple Watch rival category. The circular timepiece has built-in GPS technology, NFC support for wrist payments, a heart rate monitor, IP68 water and dust resistance, a large 415 mAh battery, and a sharp 1.39-inch AMOLED touchscreen with 400 x 400 resolution.

But there’s also a backup LCD panel that can be used instead of the high-res AMOLED to maximize battery life. We’re talking a full 30 days of endurance between charges, with all the essential data you need to monitor your health and physical activity still in tow.

That was quite an interesting proposition at a list price of 250 bucks, but it’s arguably irresistible now that you’re charged $50 less and offered a free TicBand as well. The $50-worth fitness tracker is water-resistant, lightweight, and equipped with both heart rate and sleep monitoring capabilities.

You can get the Mobvoi TicBand in gray or gold, paired with a “Shadow Black” or “Liquid Metal Silver” TicWatch Pro. No expiration date is listed for this particular bundle deal, but something tells us it won’t last long.

Check out the deal here

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