The US pricing of the company's first wearable is $159, but you can already get $20 off that. From now until April 14, you can claim a $20 off voucher that will then be automatically applied to your order when the smartwatch goes on sale next month.
That means you can purchase it for $139, which makes it even more attractive. The device has a 1.39-inch 326 ppi AMOLED touchscreen within a 46mm stainless steel case. It's IP68 and 5ATM water and dust resistant, and has a 402 mAh battery that should last you two weeks on a charge because there's no Wear OS on offer here, instead the OnePlus Watch runs a proprietary platform.
You also get the usual assortment of sensors, with heart rate tracking as well as blood oxygen monitoring, and the software can detect stress levels and track your sleep too. Oh, and you have 110 workout modes to sift through.
So how do I get the $20 off voucher?
I really wanted the OnePlus watch to be something worth buying compared to the competition. But it's not. The battery is great. But The price is just high enough that most might prefer to buy established devices. Consider the Fitbit Versa...
Don't worry about the $20, it is a watch not worth having, there are so many of an equal spec, the market if flooded in this product range. All the BBK electronics watches are 'more or less' of the same spec.