Amazfit has recently revealed a new GPS smartwatch with folks with a very active lifestyle in mind, and it is called Amazfit Falcon Multi-sport GPS Watch. Rocking a 1.28” HD AMOLED display that boasts up to 1,000 nit brightness, this new kid in the GPS watch market is not just designed for many kinds of sports; it is rugged too.
The Amazfit Falcon Multi-sport GPS Watch features an aircraft-grade TC4 titanium unibody and sapphire crystal glass, which the company said the watch has passed no less than 15 military-grade tests. You know tests like drop resistance, high and low operating temperatures, and whatnot.
It is good for watersports and swimming in open waters too – made possible by 20 ATM water resistance and 96h salt spray resistance.
The watch features 4 physical keys made from titanium and titanium alloy for easy control of the watch during workouts and a liquid silicone strap with a titanium buckle.
For urban dwellers, its dual-band GPS tracking supports six satellite positioning systems to ensure accurate tracking even in dense city settings.
The smart fitness timepiece further touts AI-powered Zepp Coach which not only coaches according to the user’s physical characteristics and exercise experience level but also detects if the user is overtrained and reduces the intensity of scheduled exercise plans accordingly.
Moreover, the device is able to connect wirelessly, via Bluetooth, with external devices like heart rate belts, and cycling power meters, for example. As far as active lifestyle goes, it boasts 150 built-in sports modes, and when in the gym, it can recognize dozens of gym strength training exercises and help keep track of reps, sets, and rest time.
The watch is equipped with a 500 mAh good for up to 14 days of typical use or 7 days of heavy usage. In battery saver mode, it can run for up to 30 days.
The Amazfit Falcon Multi-sport GPS Watch can be had now for US$499.99 from Amazon.com.
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