By many accounts, when it comes to tracking activity / movement, such as steps taken and distance completed, the Lintelek i3 HR seems to be pretty accurate for such a low-cost device. It has many cool features and modes (Running, Rope Jump, Mountain, Table Tennis, Basketball, etc), but most people who buy this smart watch are interested in two things. Those are the heart rate monitor, and is the watch totally water-resistant. Well, the heart rate monitor appears to be an area where there are no complaints from buyers, and most praise it as being widely on point.
The IP67 standard should be carefully considered though as that standard alone does not mean the tracker is 100% water-resistant in all settings and conditions. Yes, it will be just fine in wet weather, running in the rain and wearing it while taking a shower. It will not however be suitable for swimming at any depth deeper than one meter. Read a bit more about that here.
Simple and straight forward to use, the i3 also has a built-in sleep monitor. And like mentioned above, the tracker itself is detachable from the wristband. It can be easily removed from the strap and charged via USB port. The overall build quality of this bracelet is really good for the price. Now, the one weak point of many activity watches is no doubt their battery life. This one lasts anywhere between 2 – 5 days depending on how much you use it.
Compatible with most up-to-date Apple iOS and Android based Smartphones. Cheap to buy, and with great reviews, this model is certainly worth looking at if you’re on a tight budget and want good value for money. The Lintelek i3 Smart Bracelet can also be used as either a standalone device (Without a Smartphone) or with a Smartphone. Using with an App compatible phone is recommended if you want to make full use of all the functions and features it has to offer.