No.1 Smartband F1 Available For Pre-Order At Just $29.99

Cheap doesn’t mean useless! Do you remember this statement when we were reviewing the Bong 3 HR smartband? Later we came in with a lot of reviews showing there are many cheap smartbands like the H8 Ordo, Cubot V2 and Teclast H30 available in the market but providing a great performance. It’s difficult to say whether the Xiaomi Mi Band 2 can be considered as a cheap smartband, but people continue buying it and we think it is one of the best smartbands designed by this manufacturer ever. Fortunately or not, it has a serious rival dubbed as the No.1 Smartband F1. We have already talked about this amazing product, and we have managed to watch the video where it was put in water for 30 minutes and after it continued working properly. This can be a small advantage in comparison to the Mi Band 2 that comes with an IP67 certificate, while the Smartband F1 has an IP68 certificate. But when it comes to pricing, the Smardband F1 looks identical – it is available for pre-order at $29.99. I recommend you to hurry up and put your pre-order if you have been wishing it, because most likely this handset will become more expensive once the pre-sale ends.


If you need more info on the No.1 Smartband F1 to make a decision, below are some key features of this amazing smartband besides the IP68 certificate. It comes with a 0.91-inch HD OLED screen, a German Dialog DA14580 chip paired with a 42KB of RAM and 84KB of ROM, a 230mAh battery that fully charges in 3 hours (it’s even rumored to charge in 1 hour) and can stay alive for 100 days. However, the selling points of this handset are the support for Android 4.0/iOS 8.0 and higher as well as there are a list of useful apps including Heart Rate monitor, Pedometer, Sleep monitoring, and Sedentary reminder.

Once again, the No.1 Smartband F1 is currently available for pre-order at $29.99, and this is a great pricing for a smartband from such a category.


Argam Artashyan

Back in 2010, he was dismissed from his position as a lecturer at the university. This made him get another job at his friend’s digital marketing company as a blog writer. After a few years, when he was thinking the article writing is his mission, Google pushed the Panda update and affected the company and websites he was working at. (Un)fortunately and surprisingly, he got an offer to head a large knitting factory. In 2016, he got his Ph.D. and resumed teaching at the University … and writing tech-related articles following his passion.

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