KOSPET Brave 4G Android 6 IP68 Waterproof 2G+16G Bluetooth Calling Smartwatch: Unboxing and 1st Look

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Tethering app:
Fundo Pro –
Watch videos about this app here:
Fundo Pro: G05 –
Fundo Pro: F4 –
Fundo Pro: SN60 –
Fundo Pro: F6 –

This is a smartwatch with lots of potential and a couple of glaring flaws. First the flaws (in case you don’t want to read further). It has a small 240×240 pixel screen. This means that many of the Android apps won’t run on it (as you’ll see in the video). It also uses only stock watch faces and, as far as I can tell, doesn’t support custom faces (unless, perhaps, installed through the tethering app). Finally, it does not have a setting for 12 hour time so all watch faces display 24 hour time.

As for pluses, this Android 6 watch has a Bluetooth Calling app in it that really works, and works like you would expect with a regular tethering watch. Another drawback though, to use Bluetooth Calling, you have to shut off the Bluetooth tethering to your phone. You can have one or the other, but not both. It has a compass, and blood pressure monitoring, too. That’s something new. Also, the fitness section interfaces with GPS for outdoor running, walking and cycling. Its that darn small screen that kills it for me. I thought we were done with 240×240 screens a few years ago. It’s not an AMOLED screen either, so I’m not sure if there’s much power savings overall with the smaller number of pixels. Still, if you’re willing to fuss with apps to get them to work, and forgo those that won’t, it’s a nice watch as Android watches go.

NOTE: On the product spec sheet shown in the video WiiWatch is listed as the tethering app. That is a mistake. The watch tethers to FunDo Pro.

UPDATE: Get the data cable for the Kospet Hope here:

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Important Notices for Blood Pressure Reading Devices –
BIOMETRIC MEASUREMENT WARNING: This device claims to read Blood Pressure without using a cuff to measure actual Blood Pressure directly. The accuracy of the readings HAVE NOT BEEN VERIFIED and MAY NOT BE ACCURATE. As such, you are advised to proceed with caution and to *NOT* rely upon Blood Pressure readings from this or any similar devices for making decisions regarding your medical condition or health. Fitness/Health watches/bands offering biometric measurements such as heart rate, Blood Pressure, blood oxygen, fatigue, breath rate, etc., should be considered supplemental to seeking true and accurate readings taken under optimal conditions by trained professionals using accurate, calibrated equipment. If you feel concerned about your health, do not self-diagnose, especially from using inexpensive, uncalibrated non-medical wearable devices such as this one. Seek proper medical advice. Enjoy your new toy, but remember, it is a toy.

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    1. Which isn’t a problem. A detailed review has to be long. :))

      BTW, I have a Kospet Hope, and as usual with smaller Chinese brands, it has great HW, but the FW is sub-par… With a bit more love the Hope could become a true gem, but I’m afraid just like BlackView, Kospet is fragmenting its resources on dozens of devices instead of making a few truly good.

    1. I recommend doing more shopping and deciding first what you want in a smartwatch besides cheap and classic looking. For that shop at Walmart for a digital watch.

    2. +SmartWatch Ticks ok sorry for not for more specific things I want. I want the watch to give notifications but not much else

    1. Yes, pretty amazing to see this on an Android smartwatch. Lots of firsts (and I hope lasts – the 240×240 screen) on this watch.

    1. Look at the prices in the show notes under the reviews. They are always changing. Best deal is to wait until November for Black Friday/Cyber Monday. You’ll be able to save an extra couple of bucks over the cheapest one you find now. Also, shop on eBay to get a 2014 or 2015 smartwatch. Really cheap, but the battery will die in an hour, but hey, it’s the cheapest! BTW, this is the last comment I’m answering for the ‘cheapest’ smartwatch without any concern about what the watch will do, whether it’s Android or not, SIM calling, Bluetooth calling, or no calling, etc.

  1. So it’s not WiiWatch app it’s Fundo app, you got charged your notes, so in order to use Bluetooth calling you aren’t going to get notifications, so you need another third party application in order of that like Watchdroid app in both devices, but it will display the notifications. Can you another video showing it.
    It’s look like Fundo is better than WiiWatch for the GPS utility, Bluetooth calling, but I heard from another guy that notifications doesn’t show you got it go to the drawer or swipe to the icon, that’s bad Oh God we can’t get it right

    1. Well, good luck on the notifications thing. No, I’m not going to get into that sticky wicket. My reviews are too long already covering the basics. As for 3rd party support, I’m not sure if that will even work if the watch is tethered for Bluetooth calling. So we need a creative owner of this watch to test this all out and report on it, OK? One of you guys who really plans on using this for BOTH Bluetooth calling AND managing (and reading and possibly responding to) notifications, let us know IF it will work and HOW you got it to work, OK? Thanks.

  2. Hi smart watch ticks, I’ve watched your videos and have been a subscriber for some time now. May I ask for a request that may get you more subscribers? Could you 1. Make the videos shorter to about fifteen minutes and 2. Do a battery test for screen on time and test these yourself for daily use. This is as it’s hard to watch all your content for a full 20+ minutes, and Android smartwatches are notoriously bad for battery life which really holds then back. Many thanks

    1. Haha, sorry, +rydhwan, my market is for those really interested in the longer details, but I can suggest Chigz Tech Reviews for you, both for shorter videos and for battery life testing. He’s got way more subscribers than me ’cause he does these reviews right. For me, it’s a hobby, more or less, designed for novices just getting started and wanting to learn the basics beyond specs, and for watch enthusiasts who simply enjoy watching a guy fiddle with the newest smartwatch technology. I know there’s a middle ground, but I don’t walk that path. There’s always the one minute review, too, but I bet it’s too short. Ah, well.

    1. Haha, my bad. You’re right! I’m so used to that icon being about sound that I skipped right over it. Darn. Yep, it’s notifications, and it works, too! I’m getting notifications from the watch to the watch without even being tethered to a phone!

  3. Mr. Ticks does kospet hope have update for bluetooth calling? I heard its under work..maybe late january or so..can you check?

  4. Thanks for another detailed review, and this time for a smartwatch I have already ordered. I am hoping that the low screen resolution will improve battery life, as this and the waterproof rating were my prime considerations for buying it. FYI and other potential buyers, GearBest has it at $99 USD.


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