Padgene DZ09 Bluetooth Smart Watch with Camera

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Padgene DZ09 Bluetooth Smart Watch with Camera

Product Description
Features:

– GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz, Single Micro SIM Card
– Bluetooth Dialer, Call Reminder, Bluetooth Call
– Bluetooth SMS / IM Message Notified
– 1.56″ TFT LCD Touch Screen 240*240 pixels
– 2.0M Camera
– Anti-loss Technology to bind phone
– Pedometer, Sleep Monitor, Sedentary Reminder
– Calendar (Synchronizable)

Specification

CPU: MTK6260A 533MHz
SIM Card: Single SIM Card (Micro SIM Card) Can be as a phone
External memory: Support TF card up to 32GB
Display: 1.56 inch TFT LCD, 240 x 240 pixels
Hand-writing: Support
Picture Format: JPEG, GIF, BMP, PNG
Music Format: MP3, WAV
Battery: 380 mAh
Talk Time: 3 Hours
Standby Time: 180 Hours
SMS: Support
USB Port: Mini USB 5pin interface
Gravity Sensor: Support

Note:

This watch is Bluetooth 3.0. All functions support android 4.3 and up smart phones.
But for iphone, not it just support answer & call, phone book, music play, camera, clock, pedometer, phone anti-lost alert. Still not support SMS, Radio, remote camera control, sleep monitoring, etc.

Package list

– 1x DZ09 smart watch
– 1x USB Cable
– 1x User Manual

Price: $18.89

  • Function: Passometer, Sleep Tracker, Message Reminder, Call Reminder, Answer Call, Dial Call, Remote Control, Push Message.
  • Compatibility: All Android and iOS Mobile Phone & Android Tablet PC. Android Mobile Phone: Samsung, HTC, Sony, LG, HUAWEI, ZTE, OPPO, XIAOMI, and so on. iOS Mobile Phone: iPhone 6, iPhone 6 plus, iPhone 5, iPhone 5s , iPhone 4, iPhone 4s (This APP can’ t be installed by iOS, Apple system can’ t sync SMS and Bluetooth push information, but other functions can be used by iPhone); Android Tablet PC: Samsung, Nexus, Onda, Newsmy, and so on.
  • Bidirectional anti loss: Anti lost remind Bidirectional search
  • Entertainment: MP3 local playback; Bluetooth music playing
  • Please search “Padgene” for more choice.

3 reviews for Padgene DZ09 Bluetooth Smart Watch with Camera

  1. user7855

    23 of 25 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    worth every penny, March 14, 2017

    By fast (rochester, mn usa) –

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    This review is from: Padgene DZ09 Bluetooth Smart Watch with Camera for Samsung S5 / Note 2 / 3 / 4, Nexus 6, Htc, Sony and Other Android Smartphones, Black (Black Band) (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    works as expected for twenty dollars, All those bad reviews are people thinking they just paid 800 dollars for a smart watch their expectations were way to high. 5 stars worth every penny. For 20 bucks you’ll find something about it you’ll like. for me it is listening to music via bluetooth and micro sd card without having to put in headphones, for that alone to me this is five stars. just know it is not an 800 dollar smart watch but for 20 dollars you to will love this watch

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  2. user5283

    571 of 612 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Suprisingly…, January 23, 2016

    By Tim Isenhour (Hickory NC) –

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    This review is from: Padgene DZ09 Bluetooth Smart Watch with Camera for Android Devices, Black (Electronics)

    May 31,2016 update: After Verizon finally uprated my S5 to 6.0.1 android, now my connections issues have gone away. So, for the price, you can’t go wrong. Just remember, a phone reset also means a watch reset. AKA, of you turn off your phone, you will also have to do so with your watch. to reconnect. Make sense?

    After two days evaluating this watch, here are my thoughts.

    I have tried other smart watches with mixed feelings. There are a ton of options out there and deciding on which to buy can be daunting to say the least. First off, smart watches have a long ways to go. The main hurdle is the operating systems which they will be used under. It seems that every new release of Android presents more challenges. With that said, here’s my final assessment on this watch.

    Features versus cost: This watch wins hands down!!!!! You can make and answer calls via the watch. Yes, you read that correctly, and without using a SIM card. It has a camera, though a low MP, it is functional (when you insert a MSD card) you can take pictures and also record video. Also, you can be notified of anything your phone notifies you of. You may want to deselect some notifications as this can get on your nerves quickly.

    Pairing your watch to your phone is easy; making the BT-Notifications work is not. I read other reviews and followed their suggestions and they worked. First, charge your watch via the USB cable that comes with it. Then, power it up and then go to your BT settings and pair the watch with your phone. Once paired, answer Yes to the “sync now”: that the watch asks. Then, go to the watch menu and keep scrolling until you see the “quick response” button. Click on it and a QR code will come up. Use your phone to read it and it will take you to a website that you can download the app for your phone. Once this is done, you will open it and find that it will NOT see your watch. Don’t despair. Turn off the watch and start it back up; this may require doing more than once (why I don’t know), and if after three times your watch doesn’t find your phone for BT notifications, then take the back off of the watch, remove the battery for say 30 seconds and the replace it. Then power the watch up and it should not only connect to your watch but also connect to the BT Notification app, which is what this watch needs to make it a “smart watch”.

    Drawbacks to this watch; It can’t get more than ten feet from the phone before it disconnects. So, keep the phone on your side while wearing the watch. Perhaps this is just my setup only, I have a Samsung Galaxy S5 running Android 5.0; Verizon’s version.

    No, this watch is not water proof. No, this watch is not made of super strong material.

    Yes, you get what you pay for and in my humble opine, this watch is well worth what you paid for it.

    Would I recommend this to a friend? Yes, and I have already done so.

    No, I was not given a free watch to write this review. It is an honest review.

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  3. user35

    289 of 326 people found the following review helpful

    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Here is the information many of you are looking for., December 20, 2015

    By L. Buring
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    This review is from: Padgene DZ09 Bluetooth Smart Watch with Camera (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    I bought 3 of these. There are instructions in the box with Kanji on one side and English on the other. It looks like it may have fallen victim to a poor translator. Nonetheless, I have a Samsung Gear 2. The quality is almost spot on with that. You will need to follow these steps to make it work. Charge the watch. Make sure you have a QR reader on the device the watch will interact with. You can find them in the play store if you don’t have one. After, turn it on. If a watch face comes up first, push the button again and hold it for a second or just slide your finger across the screen. This will bring up the main screen with a phone and envelope the screen slides side to side like a smart phone. Swipe to the right until you see a QR code. Tap it and it will expand. Then use the QR reader on your smart device that it will sync to. This will open another link to take you to the Internet. You will be downloading this onto your smart device BUT make sure your permissions are set BEFORE you download to accept apps from a 3rd party outside of the play store. You MUST have the permission set before trying to download or it will error out our not download completely. Once it is downloaded, look for the download and tap it. It is an apk file. If you have the Google dropbox, you can put it in there first. Open the BT notification app (BT for blue tooth). Make sure your Bluetooth for your phone is on as well as for the watch. The watch turns on automatically in airplane mode. Press and hold the airplane icon to turn that off. Make sure both devices are on with the discoverable setting activated. Start searching for the device from your phone, not the watch. An identical code will pop up in both your phone and watch screens. Follow the prompts on both devices. When all is done it may still look like it isn’t working right (if you aren’t using the sim card in the watch) but it is working. Have have someone call and text you. You can make and receive calls on your watch as long as your phone is in range you can also do the same for texting. You will have a keyboard on the watch screen that you can type your message on. On my Gear 2, I can use the talk to text feature to respond to a text. I haven’t been able to get the find my device feature to work on the watch yet but there is probably a way that I have yet to discover. You can pop the back off to add a micro SD card for storage if you like. I believe you can buy a simcard for it and use it as a phone. You would have to put it on a plan or buy a prepay. Then the watch will also operate as a stand alone phone complete with the capability to search the Internet. This watch has a lot more features than my gear 2 and the display is great. The default on the display for brightness is midrange dim but you can tap the settings wheel next to the airplane to brighten that up just perfect. The sound is loud and there was no trouble for either me or my husband to hear each other with him on his cell and me on the watch. You’ll have to explore the watch quite a bit but it’s relatively easy to learn. I set this up on the Samsung Note 4 edge.

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