This sleek new smartwatch has Alexa and week-long battery life for half the price of an Apple Watch

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Top smartwatches from companies like Apple and Samsung are great, but they have some big shortcomings that not everyone wants to deal with. Here’s another option you might want to consider: the Amazfit Verge Smartwatch by Huami. This terrific smartwatch works with iPhones and Android phones alike, and it’s packed full of features like GPS, heart rate monitoring, sleep tracking, IP68 waterproofing, and more. On top of all that, it lasts for 5 days on a single charge — or even more, according to users who reviewed it on Amazon.

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  • A smartwatch with understated elegance for the fashion-conscious fitness enthusiast, the Amazfit Verge is the perfect combination of style and technology.

  • Be Fashionably Fit: Get clear and actionable insights into your health with 24/7 heart rate monitoring, sleep analysis and fitness with a suite of advanced sensors and 12 sport tracking modes like run, trail run, soccer, cycling, etc.

  • Live Connected: The Amazfit Verge comes with Alexa built-in and the ability to make and receive calls. Also, get real-time notifications from all of your favorite mobile apps such as text messages, email, Facebook, Twitter.

  • Do more. Charge less: Run, bike, hike, or whatever you love doing for up to 5 days on a single charge

  • Look good. Feel good: With a sleek, modern design, brilliant 1.3″ AMOLED display, and availability in three designer colors, the Amazfit Verge is the perfect accessory for practically any occasion.

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