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TicWatch Pro 3 GPS Smart Watch Men's Wear OS Watch Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 4100 Platform Health Fitness Monitor 3-45 Days Battery Life GPS NFC Heart Rate Sleep Tracking IP68 Waterproof

Price:PKR. 115,200.00 /

Product weight: 3.99 Ounces
Product dimentsions: 4.69 x 4.69 x 3.15 inches
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About this item This fits your . Make sure this fits by entering your model number. P.when("ReplacementPartsBulletLoader").execute(function(module){ module.initializeDPX(); }) Innovative Technology Ensures Longer Battery Life - Dual-layer Display 2.0 supports Smart Mode and Enhanced Essential Mode, enables up to 3 days of battery life in Smart Mode, and up to 45 days in enhanced Essential Mode. Updated Chipset, Better Experience - The 1st wear OS by Google smartwatch with the Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 4100 Platform and Mobvoi dual processor system. 1G RAM and 8G ROM enable smoother performance and more precise interactions. Advanced Health and Fitness Monitoring - Multiple sports modes, with built-in GPS, barometer and 24-hour heart rate monitoring (empowered by a more accurate sensor ). New functions added including Sleep Tracking, Stress Monitoring, Noise Detection, etc. Premium Design, Flagship Model - Stainless steel bezel (45mm), 1.4-inch AMOLED Screen (454*454 high-resolution) with auto-adjustable brightness, durable and anti-fingerprint glass cover. Built-in speaker and microphone, NFC payment supports Google Pay. Lighter and More Comfortable - 28% lighter in weight while battery capacity increased by 40% compared with TicWatch product released in 2018. Changeable silicone strap with in-style design.
Product Dimensions
4.69 x 4.69 x 3.15 inches
Item Weight
3.99 ounces
Item model number
1 Lithium ion batteries required.
Date First Available
June 24, 2020
Country of Origin
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on October 1, 2020

Review:TL;DR: I have 3 TicWatches, this is my new favorite! I started off with a different brand smartwatch and because of the lack of WearOS, it couldn't keep up with my needs, so I switched to Mobvoi with the S2 and loved it! Once the Pro 4G (really the Pro 2) came out, I knew I had to have it for the specs and the secondary screen. Upgrading from the S2 to the Pro 4G felt like doubling everything, faster speeds, more responsive, brighter screen with ambient sensor, and all day battery (my mixed use typically would get 2.5 days out of it). Now having seen there is a Pro 3 GPS, I needed to stay on the cutting edge and it's again feeling like a doubling of performance. None of the apps feel any lag at all and things like animations just fly around the screen. The battery hadn't needed a charge since the ~80% that it shipped with even after syncing the watch, installing system updates, and updating Google Play apps. The boot time and even the sync seems around 30% and 20% (respectively) faster. In terms of weight, I forgot I was wearing it several times already and the strap looks sleek but feels like soft leather despite being silicone. The body of the watch has a smooth matte texture and flows perfect with the strap and doesn't feel like cold metal. The bezel is pulled back a little with the screen the same size as the Pro 4G, which gives you more room to swipe. The spO2 sensor, sound sensor, and stress tracking were things I didn't know I needed until after using them. Speaking of, the heart rate sensor seems snappy compared to the Pro 4G. A needed feature that has been included too is the backlight in essential mode with a wrist flip. My favorite new watch face included would be Samurai (pictured) and I'm excited to see what new faces might be able to utilize the new sensors! I've listed the watches I've seen released recently below if you're confused about the models. TicWatch Pro TicWatch S2 - Owned TicWatch Pro 4G (Pro 2) - Owned TicWatch 2020 (Pro 2 GPS) TicWatch Pro 3 GPS - Owned The TicWatch Pro 3 GPS is everything a smartwatch should be, and I find myself wearing it non-stop. If you're thinking about it, buy it! Read more

Ryan Arjune
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on October 7, 2020

Review:I previously owned the Tic Watch Pro 4G. It was a good Wear OS, but it was not the “Best.” After the 2020 pandemic started, I started to learn and realize how crucial monitoring your vitals were. While the Tic Watch 4G had a variety of sensors to measure heart rate and more, other watches in this segment had more sensors and better tracking. When the Apple Watch Series 6 was announced, I looked to see if I could find a Wear OS that was comparable to it. Luckily, the Tic Watch 3 was announced with all the features I was looking for and more. FIT AND FINISH: I received the Tic Watch 3 not too long after release and was pleasantly surprised to find that it was thinner than the Tic Watch 4G. The thinness makes a significant difference as I used to hit the Tic Watch 4G against stuff all the time due to me not giving my arm enough clearance. With the Tic Watch 3, I have not had that problem at all. The Tic Watch 4G’s included watchband was extremely elastic and worried me that it would snap easily. The new Tic Watch 3’s band is far better and seems more durable. I was disappointed to see that the holder-shaped charger from the Tic Watch 4G did not make a return. Instead, a new clip-on-shaped charger with an inset head was included. The pinout for the two watches looks the same, but the chargers are incompatible with one another. BATTERY LIFE: During my first few days of use, where I was using all the features often, I got an extended 2-day battery life with enough charge left to take me into the morning of the third day. Under my normal “stop-and-go” usage, I was able to achieve 4-days with still a 50% charge at the beginning of day 4. My Tic Watch 4G would get 1-day under the “frequent use” and 3-days under my typical use, where it would barely last the third day. I would not be surprised if I only needed to charge my Tic Watch 3 once or twice a week. The sensors do use more power, so it will vary depending on how often you use those sensors. ESSENTIAL MODE / LCD MODE: The most notable feature of the Tic Watch Pro series, the LCD is one of the reasons why I recommend this watch over the competitors. While it does offer the benefit of saving power, I find it to be ‘essential’ for students and test-takers. While the rules are changing to prohibit watches during an exam, the ability to have a “dumb” watch on-demand is essential. One edge that the Tic Watch 4G has over the 3 is the fact that the 4G’s LCD had a brighter background. While the Tic Watch 3 now has a backlight to make up for its darkness, the old watch was more readable, and that I now must use the light during the day. I have included pictures so you can see the difference. The design of the new LCD is also far more attractive and includes more measurements that were usually unavailable on the old Tic Watch 4G. WEAR OS / SCREEN: The screen on the new Tic Watch 3 is brighter and more vivid. The improvements make daytime readability better than before, which was already great. Wear OS feels fast, and notifications synchronization is much better. My Tic Watch 4G had problems where it would not like to connect to Wi-Fi. The new watch has no issues connecting to Wi-Fi. The new launcher for the watch is better than the stock Wear OS launcher, but you can still revert to the earlier version if you prefer. I am disappointed to see that a scrolling crown still has not been implemented, but the touch screen works fine. The speaker is loud and clear and sounds as good as my phone speaker. The microphone is also better, and phone calls are well received. I have had no issues or glitches with the interface yet. GOOGLE FIT / TIC HEALTH / SENSORS: With the Tic Watch 4G, I preferred to use Google Fit over Tic Health, since both had supplied the same benefits, and Google Fit was more informative. Mobvoi has improved Tic Health significantly. Tic Pulse is a wonderful way to get your heart rate and see a graph without having to look for it. Tic Sleep is interesting. It can monitor how you sleep, analyzing the times you were lightly sleeping, in a deep sleep, in the REM state, or were awake. It also graphs your pulse and blood oxygen over your rest. The information was surprising to see. I believe it is a great app to use if you struggle to get a good rest. Tic Zen analyzes a variety of health data to give you a stress level. It is a little slow but informative. This feature will be useful for those who struggle with stress and want to see how they can improve their mental and physical health. Tic Oxygen is the Blood Oxygen Monitoring app. It takes like 10-20 seconds per reading, but it gives you a confident measurement. As we have seen from the COVID-19 outbreak, we must keep our Blood Oxygen Level above 94%. This sensor is the most useful sensor on any health wearable during this time. With consistent tracking, you can learn the warning signs early. Tic Hearing tracks noise level. I am not entirely sure that it is a needed tracking feature, but it exists and reports accurately. Tic Exercise is a great tool to help you record exercises and get relevant health data based on the activity selected. Tic Breathe is a breathing app that is comparable to the one available in Google Fit. It works well. Overall, I am impressed with the improvements that the Tic Watch 3 GPS brings! It does everything one could think of and more. In the past, I could only recommend Wear OS watches to those who were technical or could deal with small inconsistencies. I can now recommend a Wear OS watch to everyone and feel good knowing that it is just as good, if not better than the Apple Watch Series 6. I know this was a long review, but this watch deserves all the praise. Read more

Ameya P

Date:Reviewed in India on November 7, 2020

Review:Been using this watch for a week now and feel comfortable reviewing the same. First of let me start off by saying if you're planning to buy this watch for purely fitness reasons, don't. The resting heart rate is fairly accurate but as soon as you start working out and your wrist starts to get sweaty the heart rate monitoring goes for a toss. It takes time for the watch to give accurate readings again. I think it could be the transition from dry to wet, that's what I have observed, and maybe this might be corrected just via a software update but don't count on it. The spo2 readings I believe are accurate. The step counter I think is highly unreliable as well and that's a fairly basic thing a watch should be able to get right. The positive is this watch is wear OS so it has a lot of app support. Also the Snapdragon 4100 chipset runs the os smooth. Have had no issues besides a few minor bugs. The dual screen helps with the battery life and is a nice touch. I could get 2 full days without any top up charge with continuous heart rate, blood oxygen and stress level on. The sleep tracking is a little unreliable. I primarily purchased this watch for using Google maps navigation while riding. Navigation isn't as smooth and real time like in the phone and there are times when it gets a bit stuck but it gets the job done. GPS is captured fairly quickly so I'm guessing it's something to do with saving battery, I might have to tinker with the settings to see if I can get it smoother but it's not a deal breaker. It can handle your music playlist and phone calls including receiving and replying to messages. There is a speaker and mic inbuilt but it's a watch don't expect it to be crystal clear. Google assistant works fairly well. I'm giving it 3 stars as I feel this watch tries to do too many things and gets some things right and some key things (like fitness tracking) wrong. Also did I mention there is no compass in the watch. Why mobvoi felt not to include that in a premium watch beats me. The mobvoi app sucks big time, at least here in India. There is no ECG monitoring as well. For the premium price I think it should have been included. My honest suggestion wait another year for better 4100 chipset wear OS watches, many will be coming out soon. Read more


Date:Reviewed in India on November 4, 2020

Review:If you love hardware specs, this watch is for you. However, if you expect the software to leverage the potential of the hardware specs, then you're going to be downright depressed. For starters, the current WearOS version is not optimized for the SD 4100; that's expected to happen with the launch of version 11 "this fall". The Mobvoi app is one of the most muddled beta-Windows-95-esque I've ever seen. It's so difficult to find features as these are randomly distributed across the Mobvoi, WearOS and watch interfaces. Do smartwatch functions like call and messaging work? Absolutely yes when they do. But when they don't, which is often, there is no easy way to pinpoint where the issue is. After over a week of fiddling around with this, i still haven't been able to set up "OK Google" voice detection and have to push the button to get it activated. This, amongst quite a few others, seems to be a fairly common according to other users on the Mobvoi forum. As for all this hype about access to the app store. For me, this was the primary reason to shift from the honor magic watch 2. But its not like you can just browse through the app store and download whatever app you want. There is a limited set of apps that work with WearOS. So check before you jump. As for excercise: I downloaded and used Strava to track a bicycle ride and it worked quite fine. But if you want a quick look at the stats (distance, time etc.), not happening. So I shifted to TicExcercise/Cycling as it does enable linking data to Strava. Same thing: if you want mid-ride stats, park your bike on the road side and start fiddling. Health tracking: Sleep tracking is way off; one half-hour afternoon nap showed up as a 10-hour blackout with a time overlap with that night's sleep. There's also this mysterious and seemingly random "sleep efficiency" factor you get that serves more to intrigue than to inform. Which also applies to all health tracking on this device. Accuracy is important, but more importantly, the presentation needs to inform users, at a glance, about broad health metric trends. Not happening, without an advanced degree in high level statistical modelling. All of which brings us to the battery: if the battery lasts for 2-3 days with all features on, it's not an achievement just a practical improvement. Non-WearOS watches do it consistently. As for Essential Mode and 45 day battery life - this mode only tracks steps and provides time on the LCD screen. So the logic seems to be that battery life is great if you don't use the device. Some random notes: Be prepared to pay third-party apps if you're looking for a half-decent watch face. The on-device app ecosystem is a mess of redundancies disguised as choice - TicHealth, TicEcercise, TicZen, TicSleep, TicRemover, Tictac, Google Health, Google Heart, GoogleWhyThisFeatureIsntWorking - with no integration whatsoever between anything. To sum up, if you're the optimistic type that believes WearOS 11 and Mobvoi updates can turn this lame duck around, then you're luckily not me. My Ticwatch Pro 3 GPS, however, is already on OLX as the issues detailed here are not enough to qualify for a return and refund. Read more


Date:Reviewed in India on November 6, 2020

Review:Possibly the best smartwatch yet in terms of battery, design, display and AOD. I have always been a Samsung guy, coming from Galaxy Watch 3, I was skeptical jumping ship. Read every possible review and complaints/issues online. Visiting the Mobvoi forum and reading the various problems reported by users there made me back track multiple times, especially the charging dock issues. Did not want to order through their site due to long delivery dates and fallback issues. The skepticism lasted until the package arrived, one day later than promised due to Amazon's negligence. PROS: 1. For me a smartwatch is of no use if the time/display is not visible in direct sunlight. No, I'm not talking about the FTSN secondary display, Yes, It serves the purpose but the true AOD implementation on this watch is the best implementation ever. The ambient light sensor work even on AOD mode and adapts accordingly, making it visible everywhere. 2. Snapdragon 4100 just flies 3. Battery on AOD mode, full brightness lasted me 3 full days on first charge. 4. The strap being plastic/silicone looks regal 5. Being WearOS, choice of watch faces are abundant. 6. Sleek design (Plastic + Steel) reminds me of my rooster alarm yesteryear childhood watch. CONS: 1. WearOS is still work in progress, OK Google detection doesn’t work.(Nothing to do with Mobvoi/Ticwatch) 2. The secondary display is not comfortable viewing indoors. Ticwatch Pro 2020 was better. 3. Bluetooth v4.2 (nitpicking) 4. Lack of a rotating crown or bezel (nitpicking) I'm still on my second charge, hope this watch lasts me a full 2 years of usage without any issues. PS: 1. I do not use smartwatches for its fitness features and the first thing I do is disable them when I receive the watch. 2. Huawei watch GT 2 46mm tempered glass fits perfectly (All images attached are with the tempered glass installed). 3. No pairing issues on my Note 20 ultra. Read more


Date:Reviewed in Brazil on May 11, 2021

Review:Ótimo produto e excelente vendedor. Tive um problema de configuração e recebi eficiente suporte pós venda por parte do vendedor. Melhor relógio que já tive. Estou muito satisfeito. Read more

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