You Can Now Buy NO.1 F6 Smartwatch By Shelling Out Just $27.99 On GearBest

by Vinay Patel 0

People are getting more and more health conscious and manufacturers are leaving no stone unturned in a bid to take advantage of their urge to be fit. As a result, there are all sorts of fitness gadgets up for grabs in the market, but only a few ensure you’re getting your money’s worth.

In addition to helping you understand your body condition better, the NO.1 F6 smartwatch keeps a track of your steps and shows whether or not your activities are in line with your goals. Moreover, the device allows you to share your data on social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter.

As part of its flash sale, GearBest is currently offering considerable discounts on the NO.1 F6 smartwatch’s original selling price, letting you monitor your fitness progress without spending a fortune. Let’s delve straight into the details.

You can now get your hands on this perfect personal health tracker by shelling out just $27.99. This is a 31% reduction in the NO.1 F6 smartwatch’s original selling price. The site is offering this price cut on both black and silver color versions of the NO.1 F6 smartwatch.

Alternatively, you can buy the NO.1 F6 smartwatch in combination with Excelvan C6 wireless Bluetooth 4.1 sports headset earphone, which bears a price tag of $10.48. In this combo, GearBest is offering the headset earphone for only $5.99.

The device is compatible with iOS 9.0 (or above) and Android 4.4 (or above). It features alarm settings, finding phone notification, and supports a slew of languages including simplified and traditional Chinese, English, Japanese, and Spanish just to name a few.

You can click here to buy the black or blue version of the NO.1 F6 smartwatch. It’s worth noting that only 44 pieces of the black-tinted NO.1 F6 smartwatch were left at the time of writing. Moreover, this promo will end in just 5 hours.

The silver color version of the NO.1 F6 smartwatch is up for grabs at a discounted price for 7 more days. However, only 94 pieces were left at the time of writing.