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Spade & Co Health Smartwatch 3 Review

Spade & Co Health Smartwatch 3 Review

In a world that prides itself for its accuracy and flawlessness, it is not everyday sighting to come across a product that's revolting to its own existence. A creation so inspired and inspiring yet upon a closer inspection nothing more than a tainted attempt.

Being a smartwatch enthusiasts it pains to pen about the humongous disappointing that Spade & Co latest attempt is at making a digital wearable. It is my duty to alert and provide those who are unaware. As it was my responsibility to test this smartwatch for better or worse.

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Spade & Co Health Smartwatch 3: Hindsight

The repeated problem of repetition in tracking and monitoring system followed by battery life that is neither reliable nor sufficient it doesn't take long to see the same cracks that were the main feature of the previous entry from the Spade & Co.

Pros

Cons

A Little Background…

It’s been a while now, but few months back we did review for Spade & Co Health Smartwatch 2 and there I talked about the company vision with a late note of hope to see a change in future. Fast forward to today and we haven’t heard of anything that could make us change our opinion. While Spade & Co for what it stands is a beacon of light for improvised communities. Sadly, for what it is actually is an opportunistic clan made to make false promises.

Spade & Co Health Smartwatch did it…

Spade & Co Health Smartwatch 2 did it…

And now the latest and third entry is dancing to the same tunes as that of its predecessors. Despite the dreamy promises that can light up anyone’s arm. From we have gathered Spade & Co Health Smartwatch 3 isn’t any different.

Spade & Co Health Smartwatch 3: Overview

Released not long after the second iteration from the first glance it becomes evident there was considerable lack of effort. Although I didn’t mind the size or design on its own, and you wouldn’t as well probably. For a $60 dollar smartwatch I reckon it is alright.

The repeated problem of repetition in tracking and monitoring system followed by battery life that is neither reliable nor sufficient it doesn’t take long to see the same cracks that were the main feature of the previous entry from the Spade & Co.

And it is not alright…

Body.Bezel.Built

Given its low price tag it wouldn’t have been wise to expect the quality in built.

So we didn’t, when I got my package delivered, I wasn’t expecting a smartwatch alike to Apple or Samsung wearables. I knew what I paid and hence it was vital to manage my expectations.

And I am glad I did it.

Spade & Co Health Smartwatch 3 isn’t the most beautiful digital watch you would ever see, no, not at all, but it wasn’t the opposite either. If anything it reminded me of Fitbit trackers (I am not fan of Versa or Sense design either but they are not abhorrently bad). That almost squared shape face with touch of Apple Watch is fine by me.

The built quality wasn’t fantastic and with dimensions peaking to 38 mm wide for case, 45 mm tall, and less than 14 mm thick, there is little to say but: Generic. One thing that did catch my attention was watch faces availability through the store. During the time I had it on I went through many of them, and I have to say it was fun, one of the redeemable aspect you could say.

As for wearing experience it was fine, it is little too noticeable at times. If you are someone with petite arms you might have trouble keeping it low-key. For the rest of time and other, there is little worth reporting that I noticed.You wouldn’t have a hard time having it on during sleep or workouts. Although, in the long run it might not be needed, data tracking is in a word: meh…

Sensors & Features

If you are coming from Spade & Co website you might be wondering it is the best smartwatch of all time, and I mean it when I say I don’t blame you. I was left mighty impressed too.

Spade & Co claims their latest entry have the ability of the following:

  • It can measure Sp02 (Oxygen level in your Blood).
  • It can keep track of your heart rate.
  • It can analyze the rising stress level using temperature sensors.
  • It can monitor various sleeping stages while you would be sleeping and provide insightful report(something even Fitbit charges money to do).
  • It can give you report on the surrounding stimulus noise.

On the connectivity front, evidently Spade & Co Smartwatch 3 have the GPS ability to track and maintain your location. There is Bluetooth functionality to make sure you can pick calls and text back back using the watch.

All of it. All of it that I have mentioned work to a certain extent.

I am not stating the above functions are not available on the watch, they are and you would find them quite appealing to eye. Unfortunately, the same can’t be said about the results on the other end.

Just like the issue with Spade & Co Smartwatch 2 there is noticeable repetition in results. For instance many times you would find yourself looking at the same set of numbers that you had in very different conditions. Due to unoptimized OS running the operations User Interface would feel lackluster and could even lead to show data no one asked for at anytime.

Just like last time Potential: 100 whereas Execution: 0

Display With Resistivity

Spade & Co hasn’t explicitly revealed the details about technical specification of device, and I guess it is alright not many brands do it. Not sure why but it is out of the scope of the topic for us.

I have to confess I enjoyed the display at the show. By no mean was it comparable to likes of Fossil Gen 6 or Amazfit GTR 2, no, not at all. Given the meaky price and already failing reputation it was a welcoming surprise to see something valiant for a change.

Since very little is known about the hardware behind I can’t draw the conclusion with context of its physical prowess. From what I saw, tested, and liked you won’t find the screen disappointing, it was visible even under the sunlight.

Likewise as the watch claims to be water-resistant as well, again no public knowledge about its depth of field, when I tried to submerge the Smartwatch 3 for 20 minutes under a water body of 25 meter (approx) it tolerated fine for the time period. Yes, after few hours I couldn’t get to the menu and screen had seem to froze, by next day it was working fine.

Not very reliable. Nor revolutionary like Fitbit water lock function. Just fine.

Battery Bank…

According to the official statement you should be fine for 10 straight days after charging your Spade & Co 3 just once. Sadly and not unsurprisingly at all it was a false claim. From our test we saw battery lifespan decreasing with each week of usage. Not to mention when brightness was set to high battery’s deprecating rate was exponential.

Stuff You Would Get

Just like every other smartwatch you would ever come across Spade & Co Health Smartwatch 3 comes with the following in the box:

  • Health Smartwatch 3 Case
  • Health Smartwatch 3 Band
  • Health Smartwatch 3 Magnetic Fast Charger to USB Cable
  • User Manual 
  • Bundles also includes extra band(s) and extra charger.
  • Duo includes 2 boxes, and each includes all the above.

Spade & Co Health Smartwatch 3: Verdict Time

Last time I ended the review on a high note with hope of seeing a better future. Writing this in 2023 it certainly didn’t happen, and it is saddening. However, I believe in miracles and I do have a little wish and hope in heart that it happens for the misguided minds at Spade & Co.

That being said Spade & Co Health Smartwatch 3 is affordable ATTEMPT at making a smartwatch that posits the solutions for every possible problem. With just one problem of failing at it miserably, hopelessly, and terribly.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. Spade & Co is a real company known for their affordable price and tech gadgets meant for broad accessibility.

While the smartwatch doesn’t have GPS, Spade & Co watches can use your smartphone’s GPS through Bluetooth.

In order to sync your phone to your Spade & Co smartwatch 2 you would’ve to download VeryFitPro application. It’s available on both Apple and Android phones.

Yes. Spade & Co smartwatch 2 is indeed waterproof. Although company recommends not using them in shower or take them in one.

Ezhan Javed

CMO At Chronoat

“What am I if not the words I write?” is something I’ve asked myself quite often. So, I feel it is my duty being CMO at Chronoat to not only write to inform but inspire.

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