Deal: Buy a TicWatch Pro, get a TicHome Mini for free

Deal on the Mobvoi TicWatch Pro

If you’re in the market for a Wear OS smartwatch, the TicWatch Pro should be near the top of your list. Not only is it arguably the most unique Wear OS smartwatch out there, but Mobvoi also includes a free TicHome Mini with your purchase. That’s a savings of $99.99.

There’s already plenty to like about the TicWatch Pro — its big 1.39-inch AMOLED display, IP68 rating for water and dust resistance, two physical buttons on the side, and the inclusion of fitness-friendly features like GPS and a heart rate sensor. The Snapdragon Wear 2100 processor is long in the tooth at this point, but performance was just fine in our testing.

Where the TicWatch Pro separates itself from most smartwatches is its secondary Film Compensated Super Twisted Nematic (FSTN) display, which sits above the AMOLED display. When inactive, the FSTN is transparent and lets you view the AMOLED display.

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However, using the FSTN display lets you do things like check the time and track your steps without turning on the AMOLED display. That functionality enables several modes that extend the battery life from two days all the way up to 30 days if you just use the FSTN display.

The good news is that the TicHome Mini included with your TicWatch Pro purchase isn’t too bad, either. The TicHome Mini is the smallest and most affordable third-party Google Assistant speaker out there. Even with the form factor and low price, the TicHome Mini features a six-hour battery, IPX6 rating, and a downward-facing 360-degree speaker.

You can click the link below to buy the TicWatch Pro and get your free TicHome Mini. The deal lasts until the end of March 8 at midnight PST (9:00 PM EST).

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Source of the article – Android Authority
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