Monday 16 January 2017

Review - ionCURVE Smartwatch

Since having my ionCURVE wristband to review i have since purchased their Koko bracelet which i have been just as impressed with, my joints do not feel as achy and they also have the negative-ion properties of the wristband so double benefits. So when i had the opportunity to review the new IC10 Smartwatch released last week i jumped at the chance.


These will be available to purchase on the ionCURVE website on 9th January, at only £39.99 .

Once again ionCURVE have been privileged to produce a Pink Ribbon smart watch and for each one of these sold £5 will go directly to the charity. There will be 50 of these on a trial basis.

Some info on the IC10 watches -
£5 from each sale of the Pink Ribbon watch goes to the Pink Ribbon Foundation.
Interchangeable straps,
Compatible with android and ios devices
Date/ Time / Alarm
Battery life: 7-10 days
Easy to download App
Daily steps/ Calories used
Records sleep activity
Notification of call alerts and social media etc.

I found the app easily on the play store and had no problem connecting the watch to the app, I was impressed at the quality and ease of use of the app. The watch itself is comfortable, lightweight and easy to wear just like the wristbands, it has easy to use functions and I like the fact it actually tells the time too, some other brands I have used in the past do not. The smartwatch will alert you to incoming calls on your mobile phone, a great feature. Great product at a great price, highly recommend this smartwatch. If your new Years resolutions included getting fit this is a great place to start to track your activity levels and keep you motivated.

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