Hesvit Band S3 on a ‘flash sale’ this season


The Hesvit Band S3 is a new wearable from a new Chinese company that promises a lot. One gripe that GizChina readers had when we first wrote about the wearable was that it was too expensive.

If that was the reason behind you holding back, there could be some good news… keep reading.

The makers of the Hesvit Band S3 just got in touch with us to inform that the wearable is going to have a bit of a flash sale of its own. What this also means is that the price will go down by $20 to $79.99 during this period.

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You may want to quickly go through our initial piece about this new device (click here). The S3 combines quite a few features, and I’m sure if the quality is done right people will buy the device despite how much ever it costs.

In related news, we recently published a review of the Lembird Free O2 smartwatch that you can check out here.

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7 Comments

  1. Georg Pichler
    December 8, 2015

    Do we already know if the Hesvitband is actually water-proof to some degree? Cause they didnt respond to me via Twitter, Skype and e-mail.

    • MaxPower
      December 8, 2015

      I would take their no answer as a “not waterproof”

      • Georg Pichler
        December 8, 2015

        some vendors list it as IP65 (I think), Id like to know if those are official specs

        • MaxPower
          December 8, 2015

          i wouldn’t even bother checking if they can’t even reply to an email.
          but that’s my personal opinion.

          no reviews around the web yet?

  2. a
    December 8, 2015

    So ugly

    • MaxPower
      December 8, 2015

      it’s a 2015 Fitbit with a 1980 Casio display.
      too bad because the specs were pretty good

  3. ruudjo
    December 9, 2015

    Hi Yash, is there a chance that you will be able to provide an overview of all the various watches (and their functionality) sold at this moment. I haven’t got a clue how to rank the quality of the various suppliers.