• Beantech Full Function Smart Watch for Apple/Android Devices. Classical Elegance with Communications, Fitness, Music & Camera Control. Gold with Brown Calfskin Leather Strap
  • Beantech Full Function Smart Watch for Apple/Android Devices. Classical Elegance with Communications, Fitness, Music & Camera Control. Gold with Brown Calfskin Leather Strap
  • Beantech Full Function Smart Watch for Apple/Android Devices. Classical Elegance with Communications, Fitness, Music & Camera Control. Gold with Brown Calfskin Leather Strap
  • Beantech Full Function Smart Watch for Apple/Android Devices. Classical Elegance with Communications, Fitness, Music & Camera Control. Gold with Brown Calfskin Leather Strap
  • Beantech Full Function Smart Watch for Apple/Android Devices. Classical Elegance with Communications, Fitness, Music & Camera Control. Gold with Brown Calfskin Leather Strap
  • Beantech Full Function Smart Watch for Apple/Android Devices. Classical Elegance with Communications, Fitness, Music & Camera Control. Gold with Brown Calfskin Leather Strap
  • Beantech Full Function Smart Watch for Apple/Android Devices. Classical Elegance with Communications, Fitness, Music & Camera Control. Gold with Brown Calfskin Leather Strap
Beantech Full Function Smart Watch for Apple/Android Devices. Classical Elegance with Communications, Fitness, Music & Camera Control. Gold with Brown Calfskin Leather Strap
Beantech Full Function Smart Watch for Apple/Android Devices. Classical Elegance with Communications, Fitness, Music & Camera Control. Gold with Brown Calfskin Leather Strap
Beantech Full Function Smart Watch for Apple/Android Devices. Classical Elegance with Communications, Fitness, Music & Camera Control. Gold with Brown Calfskin Leather Strap
Beantech Full Function Smart Watch for Apple/Android Devices. Classical Elegance with Communications, Fitness, Music & Camera Control. Gold with Brown Calfskin Leather Strap
Beantech Full Function Smart Watch for Apple/Android Devices. Classical Elegance with Communications, Fitness, Music & Camera Control. Gold with Brown Calfskin Leather Strap
Beantech Full Function Smart Watch for Apple/Android Devices. Classical Elegance with Communications, Fitness, Music & Camera Control. Gold with Brown Calfskin Leather Strap
Beantech Full Function Smart Watch for Apple/Android Devices. Classical Elegance with Communications, Fitness, Music & Camera Control. Gold with Brown Calfskin Leather Strap

Beantech Full Function Smart Watch for Apple/Android Devices. Classical Elegance with Communications, Fitness, Music & Camera Control. Gold with Brown Calfskin Leather Strap

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  • FUNCTION - Full function Smart Watch in a classic design. IPS touch screen for bright clear viewing and interfacing with pre-loaded apps. Works with iPhone or Android.
  • COMMUNICATIONS - Send and receive Phone Calls, Texts and Email. Receives notifications from phone apps.
  • FITNESS - Count daily steps, check your Heart Rate, Monitor your Sleep patterns and upload to Beantech Watch app to keep track. Compare to daily goals.
  • MUSIC AND CAMERA CONTROL - Control phone music and camera from S1 Watch.
  • BEANTECH WATCH APP - Interfaces with Beantech Watch to allow communications, sync time and store fitness data. Beantech Watch app is available in Apple App Store and Google Play Store at no additional cost.

Customer Reviews

Great lookingJust love it5Amazing find..! Great smart watch ...!One of the best bang for you bucks you can get...so many features and the nicest looking watch I have...! Great great great purchase..! More user friendly then smart watches 10x the price5Great Smart Watch for a low priceGreat Smart Watch for the low price.It looks nice and it's thin enough to be comfortable on my wrist.It's super easy to initially connect on bluetooth. So far almost all the apps work and function nicely with my iPhone. The texting app isn't working properly. But, since I can't text back, using the watch, it's fine that the text comes through the notification app. Remember to sync your contact list to the watch.I do like that it counts my steps. I like to do a certain amount of steps per day and having a smart watch that does that is very important to me. The watch alerts me when I've reached my daily goals. It will interface with the app to record historical data and I can compare daily stats. Having my heart rate and sleeping pattern isn't as important to me because I don't run or do heavy workouts but, it's a great feature for all those that do.My daughter really likes to keep up on her sleeping patterns with her own smart watch. I only know people like doing this function because of her.Having this Smart Watch offers a nice variety of great heart healthy apps if you use only one or all three.I really like that I can play music via the watch. I was a little shocked on how great and loud the sound is.Not sure how it works with Android phone but, you need to remember that after you connect it to your iPhone, you must then download the Fundo Wear app and connect it in order for the phone to sync its time & date, and for the notifications to work.I'm reading that this also has many other nice functions. Different clock styles, stopwatch, calculator...etc. I haven't had time to sit and read up then try all the multiple functions this watch offers.So far I haven't come across any big problems with this smart watch. If I do, I will come back and update. Right now it works great with all the functions that are important to me.4Functionality is limited and notification options can not be edited from those of the phone. Very large and thick.I really, really want to like this watch... but I don't, sadly, enough to want to use it on the daily basis. In general, the watch is massive.. even more so in person than it appears in the photo because it is so thick. The strap is cute enough but it is a little loose for me (a small woman) at the tightest setting, so I would need to make an additional hole for the watch to sit still, which is especially important because it is big and heavy. But the biggest deal-breaker for me is that there is no control of which notifications come to the watch in any way that is different than those that come to the phone... on the off chance that someone wouldn't want every single banner that comes on the phone to make the watch buzz. These are two different streams of input.. I don't want to have to adjust the notifications on the phone to be able to limit the notifications on the watch, in which I'd only want the most critical (as well as ones that are actually useful.. why would I want CNN or NY times notifications on the watch, when I can't open those apps.. but I don't want to turn them off on the phone, where I can).Pros:Time clock display options - several looks including digital.Nice overall lookTouchscreen interface (though I can't say it's great... see cons below)Plays music through the watch which is kind of nifty if you want that (though I couldn't figure out how to play music on the phone and just control it with the watch.. though I didn't experiment with this for long).Cons:No options for notifications (explained separately above)Really large and heavy and thickTouchscreen is not very responsiveOnly one button, so everything else is touchscreen. More buttons, especially to access alarm/timer, and SIRI would be helpful. It's not helpful to use SIRI if I have to scroll over to it first.In-watch app options are not impressive. I won't use a lot of them, and there doesn't seem to be options to add others.The bitwatch app is not in any way intuitive and doesn't control much.. it's mostly the step tracker and sleep options, which aren't principal for me.I can't get the messaging app to do anything... it says it isn't working.Has an alarm and stopwatch option, but no timer feature, which I use very frequently.Does not seem to partner with any other apps as some watches do, like apple health, sleeptracker or fitness pal.If there are more options available for this in future updates, I would certainly give it a chance, but my main goal it be able to get alerts and messages from my husband an kids, and access alarms and timer while keeping my phone in my pocket. This really seems to be more fitness centered (though doesn't partner with other apps as mentioned above). This definitely does not provide what I am looking for, or offer enough custom options to be useful - if it is going off all the time, I would end up just tuning it out, and it much more intrusive than the phone, so it would stand to reason a user might want to filter down notification options.3Entry level watch, large display, thick, but with limited battery life This is an entry level smartwatch. The first thing you notice is both how large (length and width), the watch is, and then the thickness (it is laughably thick). The size is both a plus an a minus...you get a large, bright display. But for smaller wrists, the watch is too large. We used the watch with iOS. Unfortunately, it does not work with Argus. The watch has a short battery life. The notifications are very annoying. Overall, the software and limited battery life limit the use of the watch as a useful and practical item. This watch is a bit tricky to place/remove with the dock for charging. The analog watch face, unlike other smart watch faces, looks like a digital display. My wife wanted to use this for tracking walking/running, but it's limited app support make this infeasible. If you really need a smart watch, I'd recommend paying a bit more, and getting something with real functionality. 3Does NOT offer full iOS functionality as listedNo text messages remain on watch, does not sync to all email accounts loaded on iphone, does not synch calendar/appointments.. Not enough functionality for the price.2The "Bit Full Function Smart Watch for Apple/Android devices" is a great smartThe "Bit Full Function Smart Watch for Apple/Android devices" is a great smart watch for the price it costs.I have only used it connected to my Android phone so I can't tell you what the experience would be if you use it with an Apple iPhone.On my case it works good. You have to download and install an app to be able to connect it to your phone. Then you have to give it a bunch of permissions to allow the smart watch to be able to do what it is suppose to do. It allows you to send and receive calls and text messages and gives you all the notifications you normally get on your phone, text messages, emails, calls and other phone apps.It does what is says it is suppose to do. For the price you pay you can't put it in the same class as an Apple iWatch or a Samsung Gear S3, not even near, but you are also paying less then a third for this Bit smart watch. You get a nice looking leather strap and a nice looking watch in general. The less positive aspects about it in my opinion are the software and the screen resolution. The software could use a lot of tweeks to make it better. The screen itself is just not great, you can read whatever you have to read but the resolution itself isn't great. It does have some nice watch faces you can choose from.Bottom line this Bit smart watch isn't a bad choice if you are in the market for an entry level smart watch and the price is in my opinion fair for what you get.4Better than expectedWorks well.5Functional Multi-function Smart Watch. This Smart watch is a great answer for Android Users who might not want to jump all the way into a Samsung Gear or big brand watch. It has many of its own functions and also works with an android app.The Watch:This watch has a comfortable band, and the face is easily readable. After downloading the app, there are 6 watch face options, 2 of which look professional. The watch buttons work well and have a good click on press. The built in software includes a pedometer, activity reminder, calendar, and phone finder. The charging station is nice and the watch sits well on it, and the battery has enough charge for a full day out.The App:The app and watch together could be better. Although the watch is easy to pair and connect and notifications come through to the watch right away, the 'Fundo' app has poor English localization and seems to struggle to communicate with the watch at times. 4Battery Charge ProblemThis won't keep a charge, can I return it?1Good Option For Testing SmartWatch Viability In Your LifeIf you re considering getting a smartwatch and have been checking out prices, you ve seen the huge price range span. Just today, a simple search for smartwatches returned a list that I sorted by price. Smartwatches began just under $30 and climbed to well over $1,000. Just like regular wristwatches, the list included smartwatches made of solid and plated precious metals, composites, stainless steel and plastic. Like wristwatches, you will find acrylic, mineral and sapphire crystals and leather and plastic straps as well as cheap and expensive link bracelets. Like regular wristwatches, thinner smartwatches that are waterproof (versus just water resistant) generally command higher prices too.In addition to all of the differentiating factors that regular and smartwatches share, smartwatches have their own differences. They are made to work with Android, IOS (Apple) and Samsung devices. Some work with only one type device and some work with a combination. There are some higher priced smartwatches that have embedded SIM cards and don t even need a separate device.Except for (more expensive) smartwatches that have their own SIM cards, a smartwatch isn t going to do more than access the functions of my smartphone. Depending on the watch, the degree of control is different. At this end of the price range, there s not a lot of tweaking one can do. The BIT s software doesn t provide the same amount of customising ability as my in-law s Samsung smartwatch. For instance, she can set parameters to limit which app notifications come through to the watch. With the BIT, I have to turn off the notifications from the phone to keep them from coming through. It s just one reason why her smartwatch was three times more expensive than this one.It does the basic stuff it should like mail and text access, getting and making calls, and listening to music and podcasts. The fitness tracking abilities of the BIT smartwatch (count steps, monitor sleep, keep an activity record, etc) are about the same that I ve been used to but it doesn t work with the fitness tracking app I ve been using for the last year. I d like to be able to have the watch work with any fitness app I designate to not lose all my accumulated data.Personally, I m glad I didn t shell out a lot of money for a higher end smartwatch. After a little over a week of daily wear, I backed off wearing it as much. For one thing, it doesn t hold enough charge to wear it an entire work day without a recharge, plus charging it is cumbersome. I gave up wearing watches daily when I got my first smartphone. I ve enjoyed them as accessories to wear on occasions I dress up This doesn t cut it as an accessory. For me, it s too big and clunky, not eye catching for the right reasons. Tag Heuer makes some very fine looking connected watches that are truly accessory worthy but out of my price range.Even though I don t love this watch, all in all, I d have to say it s a good, way to get insight into smartwatch functionality, without the expense of the bells, whistles and conveniences available on higher priced watches. I recommend it to anyone that s on the fence about whether a smartwatch is or isn t for them.4Cheap itemThis item did not work well with my iPhone1Not bad but not the best This watch isn't horrible, but not the greatest either. I am just an average sized woman and this watch felt huge on. You will definitely know you are wearing it. The band is nice and comfy, it's just that the watch itself is big. The Look of the watch is nifty, and I got a lot of complements on it. As far as function, I agree with many of the other reviewers that the software could stand some tweaks. Messaging app didn't work on mine. It seems that this is good for sleep tracking and the music feature works well. 3
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Description
  • FUNCTION - Full function Smart Watch in a classic design. IPS touch screen for bright clear viewing and interfacing with pre-loaded apps. Works with iPhone or Android.
  • COMMUNICATIONS - Send and receive Phone Calls, Texts and Email. Receives notifications from phone apps.
  • FITNESS - Count daily steps, check your Heart Rate, Monitor your Sleep patterns and upload to Beantech Watch app to keep track. Compare to daily goals.
  • MUSIC AND CAMERA CONTROL - Control phone music and camera from S1 Watch.
  • BEANTECH WATCH APP - Interfaces with Beantech Watch to allow communications, sync time and store fitness data. Beantech Watch app is available in Apple App Store and Google Play Store at no additional cost.
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Great lookingJust love it5Amazing find..! Great smart watch ...!One of the best bang for you bucks you can get...so many features and the nicest looking watch I have...! Great great great purchase..! More user friendly then smart watches 10x the price5Great Smart Watch for a low priceGreat Smart Watch for the low price.It looks nice and it's thin enough to be comfortable on my wrist.It's super easy to initially connect on bluetooth. So far almost all the apps work and function nicely with my iPhone. The texting app isn't working properly. But, since I can't text back, using the watch, it's fine that the text comes through the notification app. Remember to sync your contact list to the watch.I do like that it counts my steps. I like to do a certain amount of steps per day and having a smart watch that does that is very important to me. The watch alerts me when I've reached my daily goals. It will interface with the app to record historical data and I can compare daily stats. Having my heart rate and sleeping pattern isn't as important to me because I don't run or do heavy workouts but, it's a great feature for all those that do.My daughter really likes to keep up on her sleeping patterns with her own smart watch. I only know people like doing this function because of her.Having this Smart Watch offers a nice variety of great heart healthy apps if you use only one or all three.I really like that I can play music via the watch. I was a little shocked on how great and loud the sound is.Not sure how it works with Android phone but, you need to remember that after you connect it to your iPhone, you must then download the Fundo Wear app and connect it in order for the phone to sync its time & date, and for the notifications to work.I'm reading that this also has many other nice functions. Different clock styles, stopwatch, calculator...etc. I haven't had time to sit and read up then try all the multiple functions this watch offers.So far I haven't come across any big problems with this smart watch. If I do, I will come back and update. Right now it works great with all the functions that are important to me.4Functionality is limited and notification options can not be edited from those of the phone. Very large and thick.I really, really want to like this watch... but I don't, sadly, enough to want to use it on the daily basis. In general, the watch is massive.. even more so in person than it appears in the photo because it is so thick. The strap is cute enough but it is a little loose for me (a small woman) at the tightest setting, so I would need to make an additional hole for the watch to sit still, which is especially important because it is big and heavy. But the biggest deal-breaker for me is that there is no control of which notifications come to the watch in any way that is different than those that come to the phone... on the off chance that someone wouldn't want every single banner that comes on the phone to make the watch buzz. These are two different streams of input.. I don't want to have to adjust the notifications on the phone to be able to limit the notifications on the watch, in which I'd only want the most critical (as well as ones that are actually useful.. why would I want CNN or NY times notifications on the watch, when I can't open those apps.. but I don't want to turn them off on the phone, where I can).Pros:Time clock display options - several looks including digital.Nice overall lookTouchscreen interface (though I can't say it's great... see cons below)Plays music through the watch which is kind of nifty if you want that (though I couldn't figure out how to play music on the phone and just control it with the watch.. though I didn't experiment with this for long).Cons:No options for notifications (explained separately above)Really large and heavy and thickTouchscreen is not very responsiveOnly one button, so everything else is touchscreen. More buttons, especially to access alarm/timer, and SIRI would be helpful. It's not helpful to use SIRI if I have to scroll over to it first.In-watch app options are not impressive. I won't use a lot of them, and there doesn't seem to be options to add others.The bitwatch app is not in any way intuitive and doesn't control much.. it's mostly the step tracker and sleep options, which aren't principal for me.I can't get the messaging app to do anything... it says it isn't working.Has an alarm and stopwatch option, but no timer feature, which I use very frequently.Does not seem to partner with any other apps as some watches do, like apple health, sleeptracker or fitness pal.If there are more options available for this in future updates, I would certainly give it a chance, but my main goal it be able to get alerts and messages from my husband an kids, and access alarms and timer while keeping my phone in my pocket. This really seems to be more fitness centered (though doesn't partner with other apps as mentioned above). This definitely does not provide what I am looking for, or offer enough custom options to be useful - if it is going off all the time, I would end up just tuning it out, and it much more intrusive than the phone, so it would stand to reason a user might want to filter down notification options.3Entry level watch, large display, thick, but with limited battery life This is an entry level smartwatch. The first thing you notice is both how large (length and width), the watch is, and then the thickness (it is laughably thick). The size is both a plus an a minus...you get a large, bright display. But for smaller wrists, the watch is too large. We used the watch with iOS. Unfortunately, it does not work with Argus. The watch has a short battery life. The notifications are very annoying. Overall, the software and limited battery life limit the use of the watch as a useful and practical item. This watch is a bit tricky to place/remove with the dock for charging. The analog watch face, unlike other smart watch faces, looks like a digital display. My wife wanted to use this for tracking walking/running, but it's limited app support make this infeasible. If you really need a smart watch, I'd recommend paying a bit more, and getting something with real functionality. 3Does NOT offer full iOS functionality as listedNo text messages remain on watch, does not sync to all email accounts loaded on iphone, does not synch calendar/appointments.. Not enough functionality for the price.2The "Bit Full Function Smart Watch for Apple/Android devices" is a great smartThe "Bit Full Function Smart Watch for Apple/Android devices" is a great smart watch for the price it costs.I have only used it connected to my Android phone so I can't tell you what the experience would be if you use it with an Apple iPhone.On my case it works good. You have to download and install an app to be able to connect it to your phone. Then you have to give it a bunch of permissions to allow the smart watch to be able to do what it is suppose to do. It allows you to send and receive calls and text messages and gives you all the notifications you normally get on your phone, text messages, emails, calls and other phone apps.It does what is says it is suppose to do. For the price you pay you can't put it in the same class as an Apple iWatch or a Samsung Gear S3, not even near, but you are also paying less then a third for this Bit smart watch. You get a nice looking leather strap and a nice looking watch in general. The less positive aspects about it in my opinion are the software and the screen resolution. The software could use a lot of tweeks to make it better. The screen itself is just not great, you can read whatever you have to read but the resolution itself isn't great. It does have some nice watch faces you can choose from.Bottom line this Bit smart watch isn't a bad choice if you are in the market for an entry level smart watch and the price is in my opinion fair for what you get.4Better than expectedWorks well.5Functional Multi-function Smart Watch. This Smart watch is a great answer for Android Users who might not want to jump all the way into a Samsung Gear or big brand watch. It has many of its own functions and also works with an android app.The Watch:This watch has a comfortable band, and the face is easily readable. After downloading the app, there are 6 watch face options, 2 of which look professional. The watch buttons work well and have a good click on press. The built in software includes a pedometer, activity reminder, calendar, and phone finder. The charging station is nice and the watch sits well on it, and the battery has enough charge for a full day out.The App:The app and watch together could be better. Although the watch is easy to pair and connect and notifications come through to the watch right away, the 'Fundo' app has poor English localization and seems to struggle to communicate with the watch at times. 4Battery Charge ProblemThis won't keep a charge, can I return it?1Good Option For Testing SmartWatch Viability In Your LifeIf you re considering getting a smartwatch and have been checking out prices, you ve seen the huge price range span. Just today, a simple search for smartwatches returned a list that I sorted by price. Smartwatches began just under $30 and climbed to well over $1,000. Just like regular wristwatches, the list included smartwatches made of solid and plated precious metals, composites, stainless steel and plastic. Like wristwatches, you will find acrylic, mineral and sapphire crystals and leather and plastic straps as well as cheap and expensive link bracelets. Like regular wristwatches, thinner smartwatches that are waterproof (versus just water resistant) generally command higher prices too.In addition to all of the differentiating factors that regular and smartwatches share, smartwatches have their own differences. They are made to work with Android, IOS (Apple) and Samsung devices. Some work with only one type device and some work with a combination. There are some higher priced smartwatches that have embedded SIM cards and don t even need a separate device.Except for (more expensive) smartwatches that have their own SIM cards, a smartwatch isn t going to do more than access the functions of my smartphone. Depending on the watch, the degree of control is different. At this end of the price range, there s not a lot of tweaking one can do. The BIT s software doesn t provide the same amount of customising ability as my in-law s Samsung smartwatch. For instance, she can set parameters to limit which app notifications come through to the watch. With the BIT, I have to turn off the notifications from the phone to keep them from coming through. It s just one reason why her smartwatch was three times more expensive than this one.It does the basic stuff it should like mail and text access, getting and making calls, and listening to music and podcasts. The fitness tracking abilities of the BIT smartwatch (count steps, monitor sleep, keep an activity record, etc) are about the same that I ve been used to but it doesn t work with the fitness tracking app I ve been using for the last year. I d like to be able to have the watch work with any fitness app I designate to not lose all my accumulated data.Personally, I m glad I didn t shell out a lot of money for a higher end smartwatch. After a little over a week of daily wear, I backed off wearing it as much. For one thing, it doesn t hold enough charge to wear it an entire work day without a recharge, plus charging it is cumbersome. I gave up wearing watches daily when I got my first smartphone. I ve enjoyed them as accessories to wear on occasions I dress up This doesn t cut it as an accessory. For me, it s too big and clunky, not eye catching for the right reasons. Tag Heuer makes some very fine looking connected watches that are truly accessory worthy but out of my price range.Even though I don t love this watch, all in all, I d have to say it s a good, way to get insight into smartwatch functionality, without the expense of the bells, whistles and conveniences available on higher priced watches. I recommend it to anyone that s on the fence about whether a smartwatch is or isn t for them.4Cheap itemThis item did not work well with my iPhone1Not bad but not the best This watch isn't horrible, but not the greatest either. I am just an average sized woman and this watch felt huge on. You will definitely know you are wearing it. The band is nice and comfy, it's just that the watch itself is big. The Look of the watch is nifty, and I got a lot of complements on it. As far as function, I agree with many of the other reviewers that the software could stand some tweaks. Messaging app didn't work on mine. It seems that this is good for sleep tracking and the music feature works well. 3
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  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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