Get a Willful Smartwatch for Android and iOS for $32

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You don’t have to break the bank to get a smartwatch – it doesn’t have to cost you hundreds of dollars. You can get a Willful Smartwatch for Android and iOS for just over $30 while still getting the features you really want and need, such as a fitness tracker and heart rate monitor.

This smartwatch is compatible with most smartphones – iOS 8.0 and above and Android 4.4 and above. Pair the watch in the “VeryFitPro” app, and you’ll be able to get alerts for your calendar, SMS, incoming calls, and social networks. Additionally, you’ll get practical tools, such as an alarm clock, stopwatch, timer, deep breathing guide, music controller, sedentary reminder, and a phone finder.

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If the reason you’re considering a smartwatch is to keep track of fitness, the Willful Smartwatch for Android and iOS has you covered. It supports nine sports, including walking, running, biking, hiking, treadmill, and yoga. It will record your steps, distance, calories burned, miles walked, and active minutes. If you connect to your smartphone’s GPS, you’ll be able to track your workout routes, distances, and physical status during your workout.

A heart rate monitor on the smartwatch will monitor your heart rate in real time. A sleep tracker will analyze your deep sleep, light sleep, and wake-up time to guide you in developing a healthier lifestyle.

The IP68 waterproof rating on this smartwatch will allow you to swim, but do note that it won’t track your swim workouts. The device’s large capacity and low power consumption support seven days of normal use and 30 days in standby.

Save $17.79 on the black and pink smartwatches and pay just $32.29. Pay $30.59 for the Green, Green-Gold, and Purple, and $39.99 for the Gray and Dark Purple.

Willful Smartwatch for Android and iOS

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Laura has spent nearly 20 years writing news, reviews, and op-eds, with more than 10 of those years as an editor as well. She has exclusively used Apple products for the past three decades. In addition to writing and editing at MTE, she also runs the site's sponsored review program.

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