iConnect By Timex Active Smartwatch with Heart Rate, Notifications and Activity Tracking

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  • Imported
  • Adjustable 20mm resin strap fits up to 8-inch wrist circumference; lightweight resin 37mm square case
  • Color display with customizable watch face; easy-to-use iConnect by Timex 2 app compatible with Android 5.0 & above and iOS 9.0 & above
  • Receive notifications for Facebook, WhatsApp, email, text; local weather updates; music controller, phone finder
  • Optical heart rate monitor; sleep & activity tracker (steps, calories & distance); sports mode. Do not operate the unit outside the -14 to 104°F (-10°C to 40°C) temperature range.
  • Recharge battery with 10-day battery life; micro-USB cable; IP68 water-resistant to a depth of 1.5m for up to 30 minutes
Last updated on 30 марта, 2023 18:00 Details
iConnect By Timex Active Smartwatch with Heart Rate, Notifications and Activity Tracking
iConnect By Timex Active Smartwatch with Heart Rate, Notifications and Activity Tracking



Specification: iConnect By Timex Active Smartwatch with Heart Rate, Notifications and Activity Tracking

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37 millimeters

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11 millimeters

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20 millimeters

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Special features

Time Display, Notifications, Activity Tracker, Email, Heart Rate Monitor, Sleep Monitor, Pedometer, Text Messaging

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27.22 Grams



Water resistant depth

1.5 Meters

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8 reviews for iConnect By Timex Active Smartwatch with Heart Rate, Notifications and Activity Tracking

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  1. Hoppalaw

    I like the Timex brand. HOWEVER, this watch has VERY FEW INSTRUCTIONS so you have to guess how it works. I have had mine a couple of weeks and cannot figure out how it works. Youtube videos are non existent. This watch is hard to return as you cannot take it to a Whole Foods and amazon lockers in Berkeley are always full. I will bite the bullet and get an Apple watch.

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  2. cbAZ

    I thought I would try this “smart” watch since it’s Timex, and I’m a Timex guy. It’s been roughly 2 weeks of every day use. The manual is useless, other than very basics to get it up and running. Not much out there on the internet either. I primarily got it for the sleep monitor feature, and a watch that is indiglo-like for sleep and dark where you want to see the time. I get data, it’s not lost, at least not yet. Last night, an exception. I woke at 3am, watch was dead, and it looks like the sleep data for the night did not thus record. The data says I get way more deep sleep than I would have thought. If it’s accurate that’s a good thing. If it’s not, we’ll, hmm. The time mode randomly switches among the 3 available. No way you can get 10mdays of battery charge. I average about 3 or 4 days. The wrist turn to turn it on is iffy. The HRM seems to stop recording after some time lapses, so on the dashboard that data is suspect. The resin strap is awesome, the strap is quick release if you wanted to switch out bands, which I do. Overall, for $30 it’s not a huge investment. Right now I’m leaning towards keeping it, if for no other reasons I can sleep with it on (light feature at night), and I get sleep data. I’m well within the return window and the jury is still out. I do see why it has very low ratings. Hope this review helps.

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  3. Jonny Five

    The watch bad doesn’t fit my wrist, too small of a band at 20mm. The app is very primative and there is no touch screen, just a spot to tap or press/hold. The watch face dies not turn on when I rotate my wrist, I need to tap the touch spot to turn the screen on to read the time. My Timex Expedition Shock does a better job as a time piece.

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  4. Chris

    I purchased two of these fitness trackers for my husband and I and we were super excited to get them! He already tracks our walks and runs on his IPhone through RunKeeper, but since I don’t have a phone and our gym is closed due to Covid-19, I wanted something to track my calories and mileage.

    I guess we should have spent the extra cash on an actual Fitbit and not whatever after market thing this is. The look of it is really nice, hence the two stars. But after taking them out for a jog/walk, they did not accurately read steps or miles. We used these watches simultaneously with RunKeeper and Apple Health, the Timex IConnect Actives we’re off by about 2.5 miles and almost 200 calories.

    The lack of a touch screen is annoying, but the lack of instructions is even worse. The small fold out it came with is laughable.

    I tried recording my sleep two nights ago and it picked it up fine, so I wore it again last night. This morning when I went to connect it up to the app…nothing. It failed to track my sleep. I wore it the same way I wore the way he the previous night.

    And oh, the app. FYI, there’s two for the IConnect, and the first one is old and doesn’t work. Timex just hasn’t removed it from App stores. The app that’s supposed to work with these watches is the IConnect 2, but they don’t tell you that any where.

    There’s no support line for these and when you try to leave feedback through the app, the app crashes. On a new IOS!

    The watch drops connection from the app frequently, and sometimes to the point where you have to enter in all your initial info in again, which is incredibly annoying.

    But the whole point of this watch is to be an activity tracker. The app has more activities on it than the watch, so they essentially want you to use the app on your phone instead of the watch?

    The heart monitor only tracks your BPMs every 30 minutes and seems to be initially inaccurate.

    The misreading of miles and calories is unforgivable. That’s the whole point of this watch! I don’t care about receiving notifications, (which come through looking fresh outta 2002 Nokia style), I want to track my workouts and jogs.

    By the way, don’t put weights on your “Sports” part of the menu if you don’t offer tracking weight lifting. Just..why??

    Pretty disappointed in this product. Would like to return it but the packaging was accidentally thrown out. Don’t be us and save up for a quality product.

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  5. Mr. Chris

    I purchased this device to track my heart rate, steps, as well as view emails and texts. It does most of those things adequately, but it’s just not what I want. For the money it is worth it. But if you want modern tech, this is not it.

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  6. Scott Elliott

    It’s good…but no instructions

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  7. Jeni

    I love this watch, it is amazing! Though I have only had it for a day! I am a runner and it will work perfectly; has a stopwatch, counts steps, and tracks distance, perfect for distance running! You can even set your phone up and use your watch to take pictures! Totally worth it!

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  8. Art Siegwardt

    I thought about returning the watch but I threw out all the packaging too quickly. The watch itself has a few bugs.
    The face/screen changes on its own without my swiping the screen. And the phone app sucks. The watch records your heart rate every 30 minutes and you can track your rate on the app. However, my watch seems to record my heart rate even when I’m not wearing the watch. You can also monitor your sleep on the app by wearing the watch to bed, which I really don’t do. But to test it I wore it to bed 3 times and had my normal night’s sleep. But the Sleep Monitor for those nights has shown that I slept anywhere from 4 to 8 hours. And I’ve yet to figure out how it keeps track of my steps. The count is so far off from my pocket pedometer (that uses my normal walking stride as 1 step) that I just shake my head in disbelief.

    By far the worst Timex I’ve ever owned.

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