This Is The Device You Need To Ace All Your 2020 Fitness Goals
Huawei’s new watch GT 2 42MM combines the sophistication of a classic timepiece with smart tech to give you a feature-rich multi-sport fitness watch that’s as functional as it is beautiful with its new aesthetic design.
Sporting the company’s Kirin A1 chip, the Watch GT 2 builds on its predecessor’s ultra-low power consumption and enduring battery life, giving you 14 days of functionality off a single charge. No matter how you keep up your fitness, whether it’s swimming, running, mountain climbing or the rowing machine, the Watch GT 2 will be able to monitor it. It also comes with a wide range of easy-to-use health features, including a heart-rate monitor that will keep tabs on your pulse, warning you if your heart rate sits above 100 bpm or below 50 bpm for longer than 10 minutes. The Watch GT 2 is Discovery Vitality-approved so you can meet your goals each week.
Sleep more, stress less
The smartwatch’s sleep monitoring functionality lets you monitor how much sleep you’re getting, identifying sleep problems and offering tailored solutions to give you a better night’s rest. The Huawei Watch GT 2 also features TruRelax™ tech, a function that will record heart rate variability and provide live feedback on your stress index.
Combined with comprehensive tracking of 190 different metrics across 15 indoor and outdoor sports, this watch will keep up the pace, in the gym and on the trail. This info, and the watch’s myriad features, is accessible via the watch’s crisp and responsive touchscreen. The Watch GT 2 also connects to your phone via Bluetooth for a streamlined user experience across both devices. The highlight: you can store up to 500 songs on the watch, giving you access to your workout playlist with just a tap on the wrist.
The Huawei Watch GT 2 will help you ensure that you are on track when it comes to your health and wellness, giving you the right attitude to stay ahead of the game.
Available at major retailers. RRP: R4 499
The product features may vary on Android and iOS.