Smart, light, unobtrusive and on top. Try the WATCH FIT watch

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The WATCH FIT watch is one of the cheapest on the market, and yet with its functions it can compete with even significantly more expensive competition. It offers all the essential functions. They have a GPS sensor, measure heart rate, monitor sleep, stress, and in addition, unlike comparable watches, they also detect the level of oxygen in the blood (SpO2). Now you can also get them as part of the special Watch Week event with another significant discount. As part of the Watch Week event, you can now buy them even cheaper than usual. The top model WATCH GT 2 Pro is also available, in which third-party applications can also be newly installed.

HUAWEI WATCH FIT are one of the cheapest, but also technically the most well-trodden sports watches on the market. Their advantages are a thin and elegant design suitable for even the most subtle hand and the most difficult exercise. The fact that you have them on hand thanks to the weight of 21 grams you may not even notice.

WATCH FIT also includes a personal trainer who will train the required exercise in a visual animation directly on the detailed AMOLED display. Of course, the watch can continuously measure the heart rate, monitor sleep, stress and the menstrual cycle. The main function is the detection of blood oxygen level (SpO2) on demand. You also hardly have to worry about charging the watch, it will last even under a load charged for up to 10 days. WATCH FIT are sold in three color variants (black, pink and light green) and now you can get them as part of the HUAWEI Watch Week event for a very advantageous price of CZK 1,699, take a look.

Monitor your health in detail

Health monitoring functions have always been a key issue for HUAWEI in the development of wearable electronics. All-day continuous monitoring of heart rate, stress levels and sleep quality has now been supplemented by automatic detection of SpO2 levels. Thanks to these functions, the HUAWEI watch can monitor the rhythms of your body without you even noticing.

Needless to say, oxygen is the basis of life. Simply put, when it is inhaled, it is distributed by the blood to all the organs in the human body. The level of blood oxygen saturation (SpO2) then indicates the ratio of hemoglobin saturated with oxygen to the total amount of hemoglobin in the body. The data serve as an essential physiological parameter for assessing the health status of an individual.

Normal human SpO2 levels range from 95% – 100%. However, if there is not enough oxygen in the external environment or if there are any abnormalities in the body caused, for example, by disease, the SpO2 level can fall below 90%. In this case, special attention needs to be paid to the condition. Therefore, daily monitoring of SpO2 levels is very important.

Long-term regular monitoring of SpO2 is important not only for athletes and lovers of extreme sports and anyone who needs full mental abilities in difficult situations. Smart watches are not only able to monitor the state of health of the user’s body in real time, but also to warn in time of some possible risks.

Long-term and continuous health monitoring refines the data

Especially when evaluating blood oxygenation in potential patients, it is necessary to use technologies that guarantee long-term, accurate and regular measurements. Therefore, if we are talking about wearable electronics such as smart watches, this process must not be limited, for example, by short battery life and thus the frequent need for charging. Measurements should also be automatic and continuous, and not just on demand.

WATCH GT 2 Pro watch series. is a pioneer in the field in this regard. It offers not only ultra-long battery life, but also continuous and fully automatic measurement of SpO2. Due to the fact that oxygen-saturated and unsaturated hemoglobin otherwise transmits light, the optical sensor of the watch can detect and calculate the amount of oxygen in the blood according to the amount of reflected light and specific wavelength. The watch measures SpO2 on demand or continuously and completely automatically. This feature is for personal use only and is not medical certified.

What does the HUAWEI WATCH GT 2 Pro watch offer

1. Improved heart rate monitoring technology

The WATCH GT 2 Pro watches support the newly improved HUAWEI TruSeen 4.0+ heart rate monitoring technology, which uses an innovative optical path design. Combined with intelligent heart rate algorithms and PPG modules, the HUAWEI TruSeen 4.0+ allows smart watches to provide accurate and immediate heart rate monitoring.

2. Premium materials

The HUAWEI WATCH GT 2 Pro watch has a ceramic dimple fitted with a 6-in-1 LED sensor for enough light to illuminate the flowing blood in the wrist. Only in this way can continuous, immediate and accurate monitoring be achieved. Whether it’s heart rate, stress level, sleep quality or SpO2, the HUAWEI WATCH GT 2 Pro provides all-day monitoring.

3. Ultra long battery life

The WATCH GT 2 Pro watch has an incredibly long battery life. Thanks to the low-consumption Huawei chipset, which also uses an integrated heterogeneous system architecture, the watch is able to provide high performance and high efficiency. In addition, they have sufficient computing power with low power consumption, even if multiple sensors work at once for sports training monitoring, heart rate detection, sleep monitoring and SpO2.
Continuous SpO2 detection allows users to obtain comprehensive information about their own health. Without the need for manual activation, the watch automatically detects when the user is at rest and records the SpO2 level. All measured data are then available to the user at any time in the HUAWEI Health application.

As part of the HUAWEI Watch Week event, you can buy not only WATCH GT 2 Pro watches for advantageous prices for CZK 5,990 (normal price is CZK 7,499), but also any of the WATCH GT 2 series, such as WATCH GT 2e, WATCH FIT or women’s WATCH GT 2 in Rose Gold. You can find more information on the HUAWEI STORE e-shop (huawei.cz).

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