Advantages – According to the review, PlayFit SW75 watch have a sharp display with good sunlight legibility and great design. It is easy to use interface. It lasts for 17 days with a full charge.
Drawbacks – The PlayFit SW75 watch strap quality could have been better. There is an absence of swimming mode and have a lack of customization.
The Bottom Line – The PlayFit SW75 is a great-looking smartwatch with accurate tracking and a more-than-decent battery. If you are on a very tight budget and want a fitness tracker disguised as a smartwatch, then it’ll be the right choice for you.
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PlayFit SW75 Smartwatch vs Realme Smartwatch
The comparison between these watches is based on Quick Specs, Basic Information, Features, Technical Specifications. Realme watch is more good as compare to PlayFit SW75 but if you have a low budget than PlayFit SW75 is good. Realme smartwatch has 5.0 Bluetooth connectivity and is more lightweight on the other hand PlayFit SW75 smartwatch has good battery life, and it supports both Android and iOS.
|Connectivity||Bluetooth 4.0||Bluetooth 5.0|
|Battery||210 mAh||160 mAh|
|Charge Time||2 hours||2.5 hours|
|Weight||38 grams||31 grams|
|Compatible Device||Android and iOs||Andriod|
PlayFit SW75 Smartwatch Features Review
As you can see, many smartwatches are inspired by the design of Apple Watch. PlayFit SW75 is also designed same like Apple watch right from the square-shaped body to curved edges. At a price of Rs 3,299, you wouldn’t normally expect such a premier look. The display of PlayFit SW75 is a 1.3-inch touch LCD panel with a resolution of 260×260 that bright enough even in full daylight and its display is protected with 2.5D Corning Gorilla Glass 3. The watch comes with silicon straps with a double socket bucket which offers suitable locking and breathability. It didn’t face any sweetness even if you wear it for a whole day. It is also water-resistant up to 50m. The watch is comfortable to wear. To wake up the screen, you can either tap it or lift your wrist.
PlayFit SW75 has a 210 mAh battery which works for 10-15 days. Suppose you use it as a regular wristwatch than it lasts for a month. You can use the watch for a couple of weeks and had to charge it only once while using the basic features at all times and the heart rate monitoring at 2-3 times a day. Overall, the battery backup is good.
The SW75 is compatible with Bluetooth 4.2 and can easily connect with your Android and iOS smartphones without any problem. It has 8 GB onboard storage. PlayFit SW75 can track up many types of sports mode like walk, run, bike, cycling, cardio, basketball, football, dance, hike and even yoga. The heart monitor works well. There is also a relax mode feature which guides you through a short inhale-exhale routine. The tracking feature also works accurately.
The PlayFit has its application. All you have to do is pair the watch with the PlayFit app. You can track your sleep pattern on the app, but it’s a simplified one with the total hours of sleep divide into a deep sleep, light sleep, and awake hours. The app is a simple one, like the watch itself, with the essentials done nicely. All data recorded within the watch can be seen in the PlayFit app.
Coming to the fitness features, it has a heart rate scanner which works pretty well and is on par with my Amazfit Bip. You can also track up to 14 sports mode which is walk, run, bike, hike, cycling, basketball, football, badminton, dance, climbing, treadmill, spinning, cardio, and yoga. The SW75 have female health care feature, which keeps a track on the menstrual cycle and reports irregularities. It doesn’t have a swim mode feature.
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PlayFit SW75 Specification
|Manufacturer||V One Ventures (P) Limited|
|Item Weight||38 grams|
|Product Dimensions||250mm 37mm 12mm|
|Charging Time||2 hours|
As per my PlayFit SW75 review, these are a good-looking smartwatch with accurate tracking and good battery life. If you have a tight budget and want a fitness tracker smartwatch, then it will be the right choice. The only drawback is it doesn’t have a swim mode feature, the delayed reaction on wrist lift, and limited watch.