Oshen Watch Reviews
About Oshen Watch
It seems like there’s no shortage of fitness tracking smartwatch options on the market today.
If you’re trying to keep track of your vitals (and also the time!) The long list of choices can be overwhelming. The Oshen Watch is one choice among many - but is it legit? Here’s what you need to know.
How Does the Oshen Watch Work?
The Oshen Watch lets you keep track of the time and your vital numbers all at once. It has a simple yet modern design with multi purpose functionality. This watch can be paired with our cell phone so you’ll get instant notifications sent straight to your device. It has a powerful battery, according to the manufacturer’rs, and a durable design that will hold up to even your toughest workouts.
You can get the watch delivered right to your door so you’ll have all of your health stats available at a moment’s notice. According to the manufacturer, it’s a good option for people who feel as though their normal fitness trackers are cumbersome or difficult to use.
The device comes with advanced 4.1 Bluetooth technology for hands free access. You’ll be able to text, make telephone calls, and access your music collection as you record your running distance, calculate your caloric burn, and count your steps. You’ll be able to monitor all kinds of statistics, including your heart rate, sleep patterns, and physical activity.
It can also track your blood pressure and calories. The watch has a large color screen monitor and a long standby. It comes with alarm reminders and is waterproof, too.
It syncs with both Apple and Android devices and offers up to 96 hours of normal use on a single charge. Comfortable, durable, and stylish, it makes a great gift and lets you set the time - and set fitness goals - all in one device.
Cost and Price Plans
The only thing that leaves us feeling a bit skeptical about the product is its website. When you visit the website, you’ll be bombarded with “special offers” and “limited time discounts” that are meant to entice you to click and buy.
Click those offers, and you’ll discover that you can purchase one Watch for $49.99 or two for $99.98. You can buy three watches for $112.48 or four for $137.47. Regardless of the option you choose, shipping is always $10.95. The “special offers” don’t seem to change much regardless of when you visit the page - which makes us wonder if they’re really special offers at all.
Competitors and Alternatives
When you’re looking for a reliable fitness tracking watch, you’ll have plenty of options.One of the most popular is from a brand you’ve likely heard of - Fitbit.
The Fitbit Charge 4 is one of the newest watches in the line and comes in one size with bands to suit various sizes of wrists. It has a seven-day battery life and comes with both GPS and sleep tracking. It’s pricier than the Oshen Watch but is backed by some of the best customer service.
Another option is the Apple Watch series. Apple makes several fitness-tracking smart watches, most of which come in around $199 apiece. You’ll get improved fitness tracking features and heart-rate monitoring. Plus, these watches can store your music so you don’t have to have them paired with a device to listen to your favorite tunes.
Online Customer Reviews/Complaints
Visit the website, and you’ll find a sampling of both positive and negative reviews - which is a good indicator that this company is a reliable retailer. Customers say things like, “My doctor told me I needed to exercise more. My daughter got me the Oshen Watch. Not only was it easy to use, but I enjoyed using it. It made getting into shape fun. I’m recommending it to all my buddies!”
When it comes to complaints about the Oshen watch, you won’t find many online. It’s difficult to find any third-party information about the Oshen watch, which does make us question the website’s reliability.
All Oshen watches are backed by a 30 day guarantee. If you aren’t satisfied for any reason, you can send the watch back to get a full refund, less shipping and handling.
Need to initiate a return - or have questions about your order? You can get in touch with customer service by emailing [email protected] You can also call (844) 846-3452. The company has headquarters in Hong Kong and is owned by Strong Current Enterprises Limited, a manufacturer that produces several other products for sale exclusively online.
Where to Buy?
At the time of writing this article, the Oshen watch is only available for sale directly through the company's website. This is a sharp contrast to other smartwatches and fitness trackers, which are sold by numerous retailers like Best Buy, WalMart, and more.
Is It Worth It?
The Oshen watch is offered at a much lower price than other smartwatches or fitness trackers. However, you might want to evaluate whether this watch is the right choice for you. Although it’s cheap, it is only sold by Strong Current Enterprises Limited directly - you can’t buy these watches anywhere else online.
Plus, it’s difficult to find any detailed information about the guarantee on the watches. For example, if you need a battery replacement (an inevitable issue over time) or if the straps break, you might just be out the cost of the watch - you won’t necessarily be able to get a new product.
So evaluate carefully. If you just want an inexpensive watch that will get the job done for you and don’t care about longevity or any of the bells and whistles of other fitness trackers, then the Oshen Watch can be a good choice for you.
32 ‘Oshen Watch’ Reviews
I've seen where some people have had trouble getting it to link to their phones. Unfortunately, there are two fitpro apps for the iphone and the instruction sheet doesn't indicate which one to use. The black one wouldn't link, the green one linked easily. But that wasn't the worst of the problems. The heart rate, blood oxygen, and blood pressure readings are totally fake. If you request a heart reading without even having the watch on your wrist, it waits a few seconds while the green LEDs flash underneath, then displays values for each. I wore a Fitbit on one wrist and the Oshen on the other and went for a run. The Fitbit displayed a heart rate in the mid 60s before the run and 160s after. The Oshen read 79 before the run and 82 after. On the plus side, using the right app, it linked easily so it works effectively as a watch. The step counter after the run was fairly close to the Fitbit. So if you're happy with a $50 pedometer and watch, you'll like it.
Bought the three watch deal,they won't contact you to return them, they won't pair with your phone mines new samsung always says pairing error they are a rip off!!!!!!!!!!!!! took two months to find out what a POS they are
If this watch was such a must have product .It would be on the shelves of every retailer! Since its not don't put yourself in a position to get ripped
Paid for the 3 Watch deal on 5/15/2020 haven't seen or a thing yet !! I tried emailing them and nothing !!! I hope this will help someone trying to research them. TOTAL SCAMMER !!!
poor Customer service, no watch , no tracking or anything,
SCAM, SCAM, SCAM
Ordered in mid May
1) never rec'd a confirmatory email
2) began to receive other solicitations from "trendy tech)
3) a few days later, researched them - "are they scamming" most reviews and pathways in this effort indicated that it is a scam.
4) In researching, they claim a couple of different HQs in the US and they claim the watch is Japanese or Chinese, or Taiwanese - depending upon the web site you land on.
5) It appears they have bought numerous domains and have created a slick, but false narrative.
6) My credit card bill came today and they had charged for 3 watches. Normally my bill provides the vendors telephone #. Not in this case.
7) Called my CC and it is now in dispute.
8) Advice: do not buy this watch and if you have, put an immediate cancellation or dispute on it.
Wise men say, only fools rush in (E Pressley). I am thankful that children and fools are looked after!
I ordered two watches with "extended" warranty. Received full reply, order # etc. with note about delays in shipping.etc due to corona bla, bla. 2 months later no watches. Called my credit card co. who immediately gave me a temporary refund in a dispute. Looks likely I will get full credit. Is this a scam? Has any body received a watch where all the features work accurately? How many of you are like me who patiently wait for our product well beyond a reasonable time? I was not a "Buyer Beware". Julius
The main reason for buying this watch was for the Blood Pressure and Blood Oxygen sensing ability is what I was looking for. Once I received the watch (over 2 months after ordering), I finally figured out how to charge the battery and started playing with it. The Bp reading was always between 100 to 115/70 to 75. The Blood Oxygen reading has remained between 95 to 99. Using a professional grade meter my BP was 135/80, where it normally is. I don't have a BO meter, so I can't say positively that the reading on the watch is highly inaccurate, but pretty sure it is.