Sunday, 19 February 2017

ic10 Smart Watch Review

I was sent the ic10 smart watch (£39.99) to review.  


The app was easy to install, then you simply add a few details (gender, height, weight and date of birth) before pairing up your watch.

The watch paired up with the app without any problems.  I was encouraged to do 10,000 steps to be healthy.  I think it’s a great motivational tool, seeing how many steps you have done so far in a day does encourage you to keep going and walk further until you meet your target.  The app stated that 10,000 steps equates to 104 minutes walking or 40 minutes cycling so you get some idea about what you need to do to achieve your aim.  You can quickly see how many calories you have burnt too.

The watch was very lightweight and comfortable to wear.  The colours are very bright and vibrant or you can choose grey or black if you want something more neutral.  If you buy the light grey pink ribbon watch £5 goes to the Pink Ribbon Foundation, this charity helps raise breast cancer awareness.  With 1/8 women being diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime it’s an important charity to support.       

I wore my new watch on my left hand as the watch works best on your light hand (the hand you use less).  It did seem very accurate when we were driving the steps did not go up.  The display on the watch is good; you can clearly see the time, date and battery indicator.  


Then can click for the number of steps achieved and then again for the distanced travelled.

It has some very useful features; I really liked that when your phone rings the watch vibrates.  I have missed important calls before but with the watch vibrating that shouldn’t be a problem in the future.

You can also record your sleep activity, this is quite revealing seeing how well you have slept.  You can see the length of your deep and light sleep.  I had a bad nights sleep - I had chosen not to wear my ionCURVE wristband that night which might have been a mistake as I had been sleeping much better!

The battery lasts 7-10 days but you can charge it in less than 2 hours so can be done in the evening before you go to bed when your not active (watching TV) so you don’t have to miss out recording your steps or monitoring your sleep.

This is a useful product and a great way to encourage a healthier lifestyle.

13 comments:

  1. This is a great price and good to hear it worked so well for you. Mich x

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  2. Looks fab, I really love my Apple watch so I'd be interested to see how this compares to that x

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  3. We just got a fitbit bit but am wondering if this does the same thing?

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  4. Wow so many great features - i love that the watch vibrates when your phone is ringing!

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  5. This looks like it would be perfect for my boys. They have been after something like a fitbit!

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  6. This looks like a great deal for what you get - definitely something I like the sound of x

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  7. I have been thinking about getting a watch like this as I do a lot of walking and I would like to track it.

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  8. Think I'd love a smart watch as I'm starting to do more walking

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  9. Will it oair with a huawei p6, I bought a similar product only I could not pair it with my mobile or dowloaf an app for it. I'd love but not at the expense of having to change my mobile

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    1. Hi, I have a reply from the company for you "the 'huawei p6' if on android 4.3 and above and has the iFit360 available in the google play store then it will be fine"

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  10. Does this help with sleep too like bracelets

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    1. It doesn't help your sleep but it does track how well you sleep

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  11. Does it record your cardiac rate?

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