NO.1 G8 MT2502 Blood Pressure Heart Rate Monitor Smart Watch

I just received this little wonder – the NO.1 G8 MT2502 Blood Pressure Heart Rate Monitor Smart Watch --

No 1 WatchYes, I agree, what an odd name for a watch – yet despite all that, this one may yet be a winner. It has a standard size-mount micro-usb power connection and a very solid feel to it. Even the strap which is of course made of plastic, looks good.

You get a choice of watch faces as you can see and mine came with both black and red straps. It has phone, bracelet and watch modes as well as a tempered glass screen.

I’ve not tried yet but the claim is that you can leave your phone at home, put your SIM into the watch and use it to make calls. Far more importantly, the battery does seem to last a few days. I like it already. And here is a live action shot for Leo.


Sorry, I could not manage the full glorious sunshine shot as it is planning to rain here in Northumberland through to next spring. More the torrential downpour photo but this should do with luck. As you can see, not bad looking in outdoor lighting and as it is still working, clearly at least splash-proof..

Here is the case the watch came in..

imageHeart rate and blood pressure sensing make great additions to this low cost but good value bracelet. Mine is the black one. In all, smart band, calendar, watch, stopwatch, phone, alarm clock, calculator, massager and the features I’ve already mentioned. The unit has 2 buttons on the side and a touch screen. Bluetooth is version 4.0

There is also support for sleep monitoring, pedometer and more. The screen res is 240x240.

More later.


8 thoughts on “NO.1 G8 MT2502 Blood Pressure Heart Rate Monitor Smart Watch

  1. No trick question! I just got a very cheap one(8€) which does not handle bright light, but still does amazing things for that price. Your confirmation helps me in deciding to spend a bit more money to get that aspect OK with much more functions.

  2. I wonder how they want to measure blood pressure. This is not an easy thing that can be done with a couple of cheap opto sensors / leds, like for heart rate or blood gases.
    If you ever had one of those long term blood pressure monitor nuisance machines fitted to your arm, pumping up every 20 minutes, you know "state of the art" sensors for this. I bet this is either complete nonsense (with no sensors) or some educated guessing derived from heart rate.
    Did you test this Pete?

    1. Not tested yet and probably an educated guess based on sensors. I have used blood pressure monitoring kit and it won't be as good but then there is a price difference. My doctor says they take two readings and ignore the first so even pro kit can get invalid readings due to stress etc.

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