RUNDOING KW19 Ultra-Thin Multi-Sport Blood Pressure Smartwatch: Unboxing and 1st Look

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Tethering app:
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Smartwatches are getting thinner and thinner these days, and the Rundoing KW19 is no exception. Measuring just under 10mm and packing optical sensors for heart rate, blood pressure, and blood oxygen, this is bound to be a popular device. Multiple sports are supported along with sleep time and the typical phone tethering features.

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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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Comment (17)

  1. About time they started making some thin smart watches. Smartish and thinish anyway 🙂 Still dont think its as thin as my Huwaei honor watch, which is better quality. But this thing isnt bad for a cheap smart watch

  2. I just bought from ebay a V19 ecg ppg fitness band for $29. I like it – it scientific sleep (wow!?!) that means REM and sleep quality. My only problem is that it only has one metal plate behind and one metal plate in front. It shows a ECG wave and it goes off if you take your finger off. Wofit app. seems fine. Have you heard of it Mr. TIcks.

  3. I really love my allcall w1. But the battery life is not good. Maybe 9 hours. Do you you have a suggestion for a similar watch with better battery life?

    1. Actually, 9 hours is pretty good compared to 6 or 7 many of them get. Your best bet is to learn how to conserve battery. Put your watch in Airplane mode if you don’t need the radios. Set your screen to shortest time possible, like 15 seconds on. Turn off the rain hand to see the time, and set screen brightness to the lowest level. I know, you don’t want to do all this, but try it for a couple of days and see what kind of battery life you get. Then decide which things you can’t live without and turn them back on, up, or whatever, knowing that you are eating into your battery life. Cheaper than buying a whole new watch with the same short battery life!

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