✔️ Senbono CF 58:
✔️ T1 SmartBand:
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Hi everybody, today I will show you not one, but two smart bracelets one of which looks more like a smartwatch. Both of them cost less than 25 USD, both of them can help you maintain good fitness level, and how close they are in terms of features and quality to the Mi band 3 or the honor band 4? Let’s find out!
Let’s start with the more premium looking device, which is the CF58. It is one of these devices which only have a model name, and then whoever purchases a big quantity, may put any kind of label. This is why you may often see identical looking products, which are offered or claimed to be manufactured by different vendors.
It is yet another fitness tracker. The top highlights – heart-rate monitor, blood pressure monitor, and the other usual goodies – like stopwatch, pedometer, sport activity tracker and so on. It is offered with straps of a few different colors; the straps are not quick-release enabled.
The screen is in fact good – 1.3 inch, and visibility is acceptable in daylight conditions. It is not as bright as the Honor Band 4, but brighter than most current cheap alternatives.
It is NOT waterproof, and therefore there is no swimming sports mode. The charging happens through this cable, and in about an hour the battery will be back to full.
Let’s see how good or bad the software side could be. The menus on the watch are fine, but the navigation … let’s say being in 2019 having no active swiping option is quite a bummer. Even the 20-dollar mi band 3 supports swiping left and right.
Let’s put almost the same functionality in a much smaller device – and that will make a good discrete fitness tracker. In fact this one right now costs between 15 and 20 dollars – and this is remarkable for the features it packs. Called T1, the model looks much cheaper and boring on the photos online, than it is in reality – in fact the design is good, and maybe the only budget shouting signature is the metal-looking ring around the display. Build quality feels good, the strap is comfortable – so it ticks most of the boxes so far. In terms of hardware, matching the lower price – uses a bit older chipset, DA14585, has a smaller battery – 90mAh, but it lasts around 2 weeks, has 0.96 inch display – almost the same size as the honor band 4, and is bright and colorful.
The software is not superb, mostly because it feels like the previous generation of Mi Band – having a capacitive button that only responds to taps. No swiping possible.
The app to use with the T1 is called Jyou – and is not exactly among the best rated in play store. From the app you can follow various statistics, and that includes the heart rate monitoring, blood pressure, oxygen levels. There also are a few sports modes, and when executed in combination with your smartphone, you may borrow some GPS data.
The battery life if the T1 is not fascinating. You get about a week if you are lucky, and unfortunately, at least on my unit – the battery status indicator was inaccurate – it stayed at full for 5 days and then dropped to low battery for just a few hours.
If you need something truly budget – if you find it at 15-16 dollars it may be OK. However, if you have to choose between this one and the mi band 3 at around 23-25 dollars, there are plenty of reasons to go for Xiaomi’s band.
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✔️ Senbono CF 58:
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