Veryfit SW 321 Fitness Watch Review

Veryfit SW 321 Fitness Watch Review


This watch will have to be split into this watch’s review, and the SW-321, since there are some significant differences. This watch is very impressive for the price, at £25, with many functions to complement your phones, like heart rate, which may not be the most accurate, step and mileage, all very useful statistics easily accessible from the watch.

Unboxing And Experience

The unboxing experience was nothing out of the ordinary, and for good reason, otherwise costs would have to be cut elsewhere. In the box is a manual, the watch, and a charging cable.

My experience with this in all honesty blew my expectations out of the water. For £25, I was anticipating for the watch to cut back on my features, like the processor and the OS. The OS is very simple, which is good for saving costs of course, and is also a plus for easily getting used to the operating system. It is also better for making the watch run better if the operating system isn’t a cluttered mess.

The battery life is very exceptional, beating out flagship watches in my usage, which was relatively normal, and lasted for 2-3 days. Smartwatches like the Apple watch  only last one and a half days at best, which is nice to see. On moderate to heavy use, I was seeing more of 2 days battery life, which is still excellent.

In regards to the screen, this is a very obvious way that Veryfit have cut the costs, as this is a white only screen, that is very small. The specifications don’t list the resolution, however it states that the screen is 0.49 inches, which can be a major drawback for some.

The comfort-ability of this device is relatively good as well, considering the price. It is built out of plastic, which is good for absorbing sweat, but don’t expect to turn heads, as the design of this watch is very subtle. The watch doesn’t get uncomfortable during the day, and the fit is adjustable, which should be expected in all watches.

Finally, before I list the availability and the specifications, I have to say it is a very compelling feature that this watch has an app for Android and iOS, which is probably the one thing I wasn’t expecting to see. Most watches at this price don’t venture into the iOS playing field.

Availability And Specs

  • Display: 0.49 inch OLED display
  • Wristband Material: TPU
  • Strap Size:6 inch to 8.4 inch
  • Acceleration: 3 axis G-sensor
  • Charge: by clip charger
  • Battery: rechargeable lithium-ion polymer battery
  • Charging Time: About 1.5 hours
  • Standby Time: 7-10 days
  • Time Mode:24 Hours
  • Unit:Metric

You can purchase for £25/$35 from Amazon

Amazon (UK):
Amazon (US):

Pros And Cons

Really affordable
Extremely good functionality
Great battery life
Relatively comfortable
Compatible with iOS and Android
Screen is small
Poor resolution ( unavoidable at this price)

My final verdict of this product is very good. I will definitely recommend this product if you are looking for a fitness watch to accompany your fitness routines, at a really cheap price. To buy this, you must not mind the poor resolution, or the basic operating operating system. At this price, you not see anything to the complexity of the Apple Watch, or the Moto 360, purely because you are paying £25 for this watch.


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