Thus, you’ll be able to pay a measly $175 instead of $250 for this one-of-a-kind Wear OS-powered device with a frugal LCD panel layered on top of a sharp AMOLED with 400 x 400 resolution for up to 30 days of battery life in an Essential Mode that will still show you your key fitness stats.
Mobvoi is far from a household name of the global wearable business, but after several extremely successful Kickstarter campaigns, the company also made headlines by releasing arguably the most feature-packed Wear OS smartwatches in the sub-$300 and sub-$200 categories.
Incredibly enough, the already crazy affordable Ticwatch C2 got even crazier with a recent $20 discount, but as teased on Mobvoi’s official US website, more holiday offers are in the pipeline.
These will technically be “unwrapped” on November 22, which just so happens to be Thanksgiving Day, but there’s no need to wonder what’s coming. We’ve been able to confirm the dual-screen Ticwatch Pro is set to headline these “festive” deals kicking off on Thursday with a substantial $75 markdown.
If that perhaps sounds gimmicky or 175 bucks is a little over your holiday gift-spending budget, the Ticwatch S and Ticwatch E are looking at $80 and $69 discounts respectively. That means you’ll be coughing up $119 or $90.99 for a Ticwatch Sport and Ticwatch Express that come with different designs but pretty much identical specs and features, including built-in GPS, a heart rate monitor, IP67 water resistance, and Wear OS software.
Last but not least, wireless audio fans will be happy to hear all Ticwatch purchases on Thanksgiving Day are eligible for an additional $20 savings on the TicPods Free. That still doesn’t make the TicPods Free free of charge, but it does make them incredibly inexpensive, at $109.99.