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MK37 smartwatch has reported body temperature sensor accurate to within 0.5°C

The MK37 is listed as having a thermometer accurate to within 0.5°C. (Image source: Banggood)
The MK37 is listed as having a thermometer accurate to within 0.5°C. (Image source: Banggood)
The MK37 smartwatch is now available via Banggood and shipping worldwide. The company claims the wearable has a thermometer to measure your skin temperature, accurate to within 0.5°C. You can also use the watch to make or receive Bluetooth calls and track your health with a reported heart rate monitor.

The MK37 smartwatch is now available globally via Banggood. The gadget has a 1.85-in touchscreen with a 240 x 280 px resolution. You can connect the watch to your smartphone via Bluetooth 5.0, providing your phone is running Android 4.0 or iOS 8.0 and above. This connection enables you to make and receive Bluetooth calls, as well as receive notifications.

The company claims that the watch has a body temperature sensor, like the Fitbit Sense, which it claims is accurate to within 0.5°C. The MK37 is also listed as having a heart-rate monitor, plus the ability to track your sleep health, step count and calorie burn, or to log your exercise with over 110 sports modes. The watch is fitted with a 220 mAh battery, providing up to seven days of life with regular use or 15 days in standby mode. You can wirelessly recharge the gadget in around two hours.

The wearable is IP67 waterproof, meaning you can wear it in the rain, and relatively light, weighing 49 g (~1.73 oz). The MK37 smartwatch is currently on offer on Banggood with 42% off, selling for US$34.99; the gadget retails typically for US$59.99. The wearable ships from China, with deliveries to the US expected in late September or early October. The watch comes in black or rose gold, with silicone or Milanese straps.

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Polly Allcock, 2022-08-25 (Update: 2022-08-25)