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Lynwo H50: A very affordable smartwatch with a heart rate monitor and IP certification

Lynwo H50: A very affordable smartwatch with a heart rate monitor and IP certification
Lynwo H50: A very affordable smartwatch with a heart rate monitor and IP certification
The Lynwo H50 is a very budget-friendly smartwatch that features heart rate and blood pressure monitoring as well as IP certification. The smartwatch is available with a choice of five watch straps with different colours.
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The Lynwo H50 is a very cheap smartwatch and is available for just US$19.99 on Banggood. The wearable features a 1.3-inch IPS display that operates at 240 x 240 pixels. The display is a touchscreen.

The Lynwo H50 is compatible with Android and iOS and boasts IP67 certification. According to the manufacturer's information, "It is not recommenended that you wear it to swim, because it is not a professional swimming watch."

The smartwatch has a 170 mAh battery that Lynwo claims will last 7 days between charges and up to over 20 days if left on standby. The charging lasts 2 hours and the H50 has a heart rate monitor that can operate 24 hours a day if necessary. There is also a blood pressure monitor.

The 43 x 43 x 9 mm and 30 g smartwatch also supports sleep monitoring and has multiple sport modes for recording activities like mountaineering, running or cycling. The Lynwo H50 comes in black and a choice of green, red, orange, black and blue straps.

Lynwo H50
Lynwo H50

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Silvio Werner, 2020-06-13 (Update: 2020-06-13)
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As a proud digital native, I like numbers and love technology. Although I did not finish my studies in chemistry successfully, I developed an interest in test methods and scientific contexts, which I focus on teaching in a user-friendly way. Running and trekking serve me as compensation.