The brand-new ultra-large and iridescent 1.83" display features rich colours, clear display and stunning vision, allowing you to view everything at a glance from the message notification to workout data. The 2.5D curved high-strength glass allows for a more elegant appearance and better wear resistance.
200+ watch faces
More than 200 watch faces allow you to change themes at your will. It is easy to show your unique personality at the raise of your hand.
Classic rectangle shaped case
Metallic finish middle frame
The classic and simple rectangle watch case features an NCVM-processed body, with a metallic finish that enhances its exquisite appearance. Its dual-colour (tarnish and silver) look also shows your good taste.
Elegant dual-colour body
Colourful straps for easy matching
The four strap colours, paired with a dual-colour body, bring a different visual experience and help you define stylish colours freely.
Bluetooth voice calls
Easy and convenient
Connect your watch to your smartphone via Bluetooth. Phone calls can be answered on the watch with only a tap. Whether you are working or doing exercise, you can raise your hand to answer phone calls in a cooler and more convenient way.
100+ fitness modes
More professional and free to practise
Redmi Watch 3 Active offers you more than 100 sport modes, including 10 professional sports modes. The built-in sensors and professional sports algorithms can monitor and analyse your body when you do your favourite sports, showing your efforts at a glance.
5 ATM water resistance
Enjoy the splash
Whether enjoy cool splashes in shallow water or snorkelling, you can wear your watch all the time. 5 ATM water resistance rating, making daily wear more worry-free.
Blood oxygen saturation detection
Know more about your physical condition
The professional optical oximetry sensor detects your blood oxygen saturation and alert you at a low blood oxygen level, paying constant attention to your health.
All-day heart rate monitor
Stay alert to changes in your heart rate
It can monitor your heart rate 24/7, so you can view the changes at a glance. The alerts will be sent when your heart rate is high, guarding your health around the clock.
Scientific sleep monitoring
Master your sleep
Redmi Watch 3 Active can accurately record your sleep duration and condition by continuously monitoring your blood oxygen and heart rate at different stages such as deep sleep and light sleep, and provide you with sleep improvement suggestions according to the monitoring data to optimize your sleep quality.
12-day extra-long battery life
Gently place the watch close to the charger and it will be automatically adsorbed for charging. The combination of low power consumption hardware and software provides up to 12 days of battery life, so you don't need to worry about battery life
I consider that the measurements, which are also the essence, are not accurate, especially regarding the calories. The watch is beautiful and a great value for money. I overlook the issue with the clasp on the strap, but the design is dramatic.
Awesome watch, excellent resolution, lots of functions, connects instantly to the phone through the app, and sits comfortably on the wrist!! Even the sound is very good!! If you want it to constantly measure your heart rate and monitor your sleep, then the battery lasts for 6 to 7 days, otherwise if you choose to do it every time you want, it lasts for 12 days, which doesn't bother me at all because essentially it's once a week. Finally, the app holds its memory and statistics. Value for money
To be honest, I bought it because I was lazy to charge my Apple watch every day and also to protect the battery of the Apple watch s8 a bit. Times are tough, and I believe that this particular smart watch is one of the best on the market for what it offers! The battery doesn't last 12 days, but easily a week with heart rate data and sleep tracking on. I never part with it! I highly recommend it and it will meet all your needs! The drawbacks are very few and not worth mentioning!
It's worth the 45-50€.
I'm not sure about the oxygen measurements.
You should have an oximeter for sure or measure again more carefully.
Five stars for the price. It offers quite a lot for 50€.
It accepts calls and you can also make calls.
It records basic sleep data.
It counts steps, etc.
It's also a watch, with a backlight.
Comfortable on the wrist.
You can wear it comfortably at night.
4 stars because sometimes it disconnects from my iPhone. I have to disconnect and reconnect the Bluetooth to sync it again. But other than that, it's very good even though it doesn't have an AMOLED display, it's quite clear, you won't have any issues. I think it performs relatively well in measurements.
Very good design, however, it hasn't been more than five days and I have already noticed small scratches on the screen, so it doesn't have perfect durability against impacts! Otherwise, it has many functions, for measurements, etc! It is a good choice but not the best!
For the 49.98 that I bought the watch for my child, it is excellent, and its battery is more than enough compared to the Samsung ones that cost 300+€ and barely last a day, and it has everything that a simple user needs. The price is ridiculous compared to what it offers. I have the GT2, I also had the frontier s3 with the terrible batteries that Samsung always has in all smartwatches, so I can compare. Also, when it mentions 12 days of battery life, it doesn't mean heavy or moderate usage, but normal.
I have it for 2 weeks from Friday to Friday at the same time it dropped to 20% with only basic functions Heart Rate, Blood Oxygen, 8000 steps, 800 calories, sleep tracking and it lasted so long along with searching from the beginning, of course. Do you know where it finally drains the battery? The automatic wrist rotation that lights up the screen can happen up to 500 times a day. When I closed it, because for me pressing the button to see the time is not a hassle. The battery is at 61% in a week, a big difference. I give it 4 stars because I find the speaker low and on the wrong side of the watch, on the left instead of the right like other watches... I wear it on the left.
The battery does not last 12 days, that's for sure. Yesterday evening I charged it 100%, this morning I wake up without Bluetooth connection and it had dropped to 90% by noon, 83 that is, so tomorrow will it be zero?
I will start my evaluation with the negatives. LCD screen instead of AMOLED. Small strap for a men's wrist. And you can only store 2 watch faces. Now onto the positives. It has everything, answers calls, improved sensors, large screen. Battery easily lasts 2 weeks. Instant connection with the MI FITNESS app. The app has improved significantly. Overall, it is a watch for comfortable everyday use without worrying about damaging your expensive smartwatch.
First smartwatch, I got it solely because of peer pressure since I'm preparing for a marathon and all the other kids have one.
It claims to withstand 5ATM according to the user manual, but there is no indication on the dial, like any other conventional watch. So you're afraid that it's just a trick, and you treat it as if it would break from a splash, because it has the worst protection compared to Casio watches but costs 2.5 times the price, and I want it to last at least 3 months until the race.
It counts steps, like any basic phone, and heart rate, quite well. It also measures stress and blood oxygen levels and evaluates sleep, although at some point you have to be foolish to trust what a watch tells you rather than how you feel. Especially when all the measurements have the classic legal disclaimer that every related company throws at you, saying that the measurements are not medical and are not intended for patients who actually need them.
It connects easily to the Mi Health app on the phone and has some interesting tricks. As long as it's connected, that is. Mi Health also syncs with Strava. Average.
It doesn't measure workouts at all, not even for fun. On a precise 6 km road, it showed me 4.2 km, which is completely disappointing. If you connect it to the phone, it measures everything perfectly, because it probably measures the phone, while the watch simply records the heart rate and easily shows you where you are in relation to your workout. But if you're going to carry the phone, why do you need another battery to charge? Unless you're afraid of having a heart attack or if you're too lazy to open your phone to see your times.
Since we mentioned charging: In the range of 40-85% to maintain battery life, it gives 4-5 days of normal use. This is considered good for a smartwatch. This is a huge shock for the average G-shock user who has a 10-year-old battery inside.
In terms of style... it's a square screen on your wrist, a copy of Apple and other smartwatches. It depends on personal taste. But personally, I prefer literally any other old-fashioned watch over something like this.
Very good for its price... fits very well in the hand... what it offers is honest... it is big and easy to read, I have had it for a week and I haven't charged it yet... I can't say that the build quality is the best (it got scratched without me noticing as you can see in the photos)...
I can say that for the price, it is very good, but that's about it. You can't compare this to a smartwatch that costs 100-500, but for its price, it's fine. Good LCD screen, lasts 5-6 days with everything activated, fits nicely on the wrist, lightweight, endless notifications, all in Greek. Calls work perfectly, the other person doesn't realize you're speaking from a watch, and the speaker works fine. Measurements are okay, but if you have high demands, get a more expensive Garmin with all that entails in terms of price. I should also mention that it hasn't disconnected once from my realme phone in the past three weeks
Very good for its price, it syncs easily and does not disconnect from the phone. Good screen even in the sun, the microphone is good as well as the headphones, although in noisy environments it is difficult to hear. However, the battery does not last 12 days as it claims, but rather 8 days with full use. I have all settings open, brightness at 40-50%, and it lasts barely five days. However, it charges relatively quickly. So, four stars due to the battery