• TicWatch Pro
  • TicWatch Pro
  • TicWatch Pro
  • TicWatch Pro
  • TicWatch Pro
  • TicWatch Pro

Specs / Features


Battery life lasts 5-30 days on a single charge due to layered display with two modes. No need to compromise performance for battery life. | Smart Mode: Wear OS by Google, AMOLED display, Google Assistant, thousands of apps and watch faces through Google Play store, health & fitness tracking | Essential Mode: Power saving FSTN LCD display, high sunlight visibility, shows essential information including time / date / steps counting / heart rate | Health & fitness tracking: GPS tracker, heart-rate monitor, steps counter, calories burned counter, speed & cadence monitor, sleep monitor... More

Battery life lasts 5-30 days on a single charge due to layered display with two modes. No need to compromise performance for battery life. | Smart Mode: Wear OS by Google, AMOLED display, Google Assistant, thousands of apps and watch faces through Google Play store, health & fitness tracking | Essential Mode: Power saving FSTN LCD display, high sunlight visibility, shows essential information including time / date / steps counting / heart rate | Health & fitness tracking: GPS tracker, heart-rate monitor, steps counter, calories burned counter, speed & cadence monitor, sleep monitoring | NFC Payments: Use Google Pay to purchase at millions of places without fumbling around for your wallet

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Specification

Brand Ticwatch
Warranty 12 months
Release date 10-July-2018
Size 4.5 x 1.46 cm (1.8 x 0.6 in)

Critic Reviews


New Atlas

Dual-layer screen makes for one of the best Wear OS watches

from New Atlas

Even with internal components long overdue an upgrade, Mobvoi has produced a really impressive Wear OS smartwatch with the Ticwatch Pro – one that shoots straight into the top few that you should consider if you're buying today. At the end of our testing period, we were more than happy to carry...More

Even with internal components long overdue an upgrade, Mobvoi has produced a really impressive Wear OS smartwatch with the Ticwatch Pro – one that shoots straight into the top few that you should consider if you're buying today. At the end of our testing period, we were more than happy to carry on using it, which is a testament to its quality.

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Talk Android

Layered displays make it a battery champ

from Talk Android

The TicWatch Pro makes the most of it with a complete set of features (minus LTE) and solid specs, and a very innovative dual-screen design that doesn’t disappoint. I wish the case was a bit smaller, but it has an expansive display, large battery (for a smartwatch) and IP68 rating, so I can only complain so much.

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The TicWatch Pro makes the most of it with a complete set of features (minus LTE) and solid specs, and a very innovative dual-screen design that doesn’t disappoint. I wish the case was a bit smaller, but it has an expansive display, large battery (for a smartwatch) and IP68 rating, so I can only complain so much.

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Android Police

A good Wear watch at a bad time

from Android Police

The TicWatch Pro is a great high-end Wear OS watch that has some useful additions from Mobvoi in the form of its own health and fitness apps. Its two-day battery life is acceptable, definitely aided by the clever secondary display, and in Essential Mode with most of the smart functions turned off...More

The TicWatch Pro is a great high-end Wear OS watch that has some useful additions from Mobvoi in the form of its own health and fitness apps. Its two-day battery life is acceptable, definitely aided by the clever secondary display, and in Essential Mode with most of the smart functions turned off, you can get even more life out of it while still tracking your steps and checking your heart rate from time to time.

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PC & Tech Authority

A good looking and solid watch

from PC & Tech Authority

The Mobvoi TicWatch Pro does bring something new to the Wear OS smartwatch world. It offers a way to extend battery life on a device that needs exactly that enhancement. While that intention and effort is valiant, it doesn't add that much more life than, say, a Samsung Gear S3 is capable of, unless you switch over to the Essential Mode.

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The Mobvoi TicWatch Pro does bring something new to the Wear OS smartwatch world. It offers a way to extend battery life on a device that needs exactly that enhancement. While that intention and effort is valiant, it doesn't add that much more life than, say, a Samsung Gear S3 is capable of, unless you switch over to the Essential Mode.

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Pocket-lint

Best battery-life smartwatch outshines the big brands

from Pocket-lint

Need an attractive smartwatches that you can wear to work and wear during your workouts? The TicWatch Pro is that watch. Don't need the sports stuff, but want a Wear OS watch with great battery life? TicWatch Pro is that watch too. It’s hard to think of many smartwatches at this price point that offer anything as complete.

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Need an attractive smartwatches that you can wear to work and wear during your workouts? The TicWatch Pro is that watch. Don't need the sports stuff, but want a Wear OS watch with great battery life? TicWatch Pro is that watch too. It’s hard to think of many smartwatches at this price point that offer anything as complete.

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Good Gear Guide

Battery life at the expense of smarts

from Good Gear Guide

While the TicWatch Pro is the most expensive of the lot, at $250 it easily offers the best value, with every bell and whistle you could want in a smartwatch (except a cellular chip).

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While the TicWatch Pro is the most expensive of the lot, at $250 it easily offers the best value, with every bell and whistle you could want in a smartwatch (except a cellular chip).

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Digital Trends

Mobvoi’s dual-screen Ticwatch Pro sounds like nonsense, works like magic

from Digital Trends

Brilliant screen technology, the excellent Essential Mode, and a head-turning price can’t alter the fact the Ticwatch Pro’s Wear OS software and performance don’t reach expectations.

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Brilliant screen technology, the excellent Essential Mode, and a head-turning price can’t alter the fact the Ticwatch Pro’s Wear OS software and performance don’t reach expectations.

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Android Authority

One of the best

from Android Authority

The TicWatch Pro is a pretty great option in the Wear OS ecosystem. It might not have the branding of something like Tag Heuer or Guess, but it’s loaded with a ton of features you’ll want in an everyday smartwatch. The silicone-leather band design is great for people who want to look classy and work out on occasion.

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The TicWatch Pro is a pretty great option in the Wear OS ecosystem. It might not have the branding of something like Tag Heuer or Guess, but it’s loaded with a ton of features you’ll want in an everyday smartwatch. The silicone-leather band design is great for people who want to look classy and work out on occasion.

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Tom's Guide

Two displays aren’t better than one

from Tom's Guide

Get the TicWatch if you want a Wear OS device that doesn't need frequent charging. But you can find a better smartwatch for your money.

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Get the TicWatch if you want a Wear OS device that doesn't need frequent charging. But you can find a better smartwatch for your money.

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Android Central

A best-of-both-worlds hybrid

from Android Central

This is the most complete Wear OS experience I've seen yet, and if there was a more size-appropriate version for us slim-wristed ladies, I'd be rocking a TicWatch Pro for the foreseeable future.

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This is the most complete Wear OS experience I've seen yet, and if there was a more size-appropriate version for us slim-wristed ladies, I'd be rocking a TicWatch Pro for the foreseeable future.

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