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Unlike the Fitbit, this popular $22 smartwatch tracks your blood pressure

The budget-friendly gizmo also monitors calories burned, steps walked, heart rate and even how well you slept.

It's generally agreed that the Apple Watch is the standard bearer in the wearable tech space. Everything gets compared to it, for better or worse. But not everyone wants to fork over nearly $200 (minimum!) to get one, and a lot of people just don't use Apple products. Sure, there are Android smartwatches, but they're equally expensive. If you'd love to make a smartwatch part of your daily outfit but feel priced out of the market, meet the Popglory. It's loaded with features, easy to use, and — get this — only $22 right now.

Simple, clear and easy to read, the Popglory has a Find My feature and 10+ hours of battery life while in active use — or 30 hours on standby. 

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Why is this a good deal? 💰

This is an immensely popular device that shares a lot of features with the Apple Watch. Even the Apple Watch SE, the most bare-bones model you can buy, starts at $189. Even at its regular price, the Popglory is one-sixth the cost of an Apple Watch.

Why do I need this? 🤔

There are a lot of budget smartwatches on the market, but most lack the quality that would make them worth the investment. That's not the case with the Popglory.

Of course, it tracks things like calories burned, steps walked, heart rate and even how well you slept — you know, all the smartwatch metrics you expect. But it also tracks your blood pressure. If you sit too long, it will remind you to stand up and move around. There are even buttons to control your music. Compared with many smartwatches we've seen at this price point, the Popglory commands stellar reviews and has a much wider range of functions — not to mention the fact that it's available in eight colors, including understated pink and vibrant purple.

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On the lookout for a Father's Day gift? Might we suggest the POPglory? (Amazon)

What reviewers say 💬

It's received almost 12,000 five-star reviews, with customers citing the accuracy of its vital measurements and overall functionality.

Pros 👍

"The Popglory watch does more than any current Fitbit watch," one user said. "I had a Fitbit which took blood pressure. Now the Fitbits, for some reason, do not take blood pressure. I have had the Popglory [while at the] doctor, and I had the same blood pressure within two points as my doctor got. That is fantastic."

Many users have commented on its hefty runtime. "I bought this last year, and I love it so much. It is pretty customizable and accurate. I love the battery life on it. You charge for one hour and it stays charged for about three days!"

"I’m loving this smartwatch. It isn't huge," another five-star fan said. "Great selection of faces to choose from. App seems to work great so far. I can’t sleep with a watch on, so unsure about the sleep feature. Seems to be holding battery life well. Has a feature to tell you to get up and get active — who doesn’t need that?"

Cons 👎

Despite all its great features, it's missing a big one — but for the price, reviewers say it's a fair trade-off. "I really like the sleep tracker on this watch and the quality is very good," another wearer said. "The only downside is that it's not waterproof, but for the price, I can't complain. Fantastic watch for the money."

Another fan warned, "This is an amazing watch if you’re looking for a watch that is of great quality, but without the Apple Watch price. The downside is it may cause skin irritation to some."

Let this genius gizmo take the place of your Apple Watch for a fraction of the cost.

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The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.

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