LIVIKEY Fitness Tracker Watch with Heart Rate Monitor, Step Counter IP67 Waterproof Activity Tracker with Pedometer & Sleep Monitor, Calories, Step…

(892 customer reviews)


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  • Multi-Sport Fitness Tracker: This fitness watch monitors your daily activity, like steps, calories, distance, and workout duration. You can select more modes from the Veryfitpro App, like walking, running, biking, Dancing, Badminton, Tennis, Yoga and others.
  • Main Smart Functions: With step counting, sleep monitoring, heart rate tracking, call and message alerts, alarms, sedentary reminders, and a remote camera function, this fitness tracker has many features you need for a better experience.
  • Heart & Sleep Monitor: The fitness watch can monitor your heart rate throughout the day. It can also monitor your sleep at night, it is a smart health monitoring partner.Fitness tracker for women men.
  • Stay Connected on Your Wrist: You can get calls, SMS messages, and SMS notifications directly on your wrist including Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, Instagram and Gmail. You won’t missing any important calls and message, and keeps you online.
  • Easy to Charge: With a built-in USB plug, this pedometer is easy to charge and ready for use in just 2 hours. Enjoy up to 7 days of use on a single charge. Only works with Android 4.4 and iOS 7.1 or later smartphones. (Please note: For correct charging, please insert the metal end into the USB port.)
  • Customer Support: Please feel free to get in touch with us via your order if you have any questions about our products. We provide 24 hours premium customer service.
Product Dimensions

6.88 x 3.5 x 0.7 inches

Item Weight

1.87 ounces

Item model number

ID130Plus HR


1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)


iOS 7.0 above & Android 4.4 above Smartphone.

Wireless communication technologies


Connectivity technologies



Location Capture

Special features

heart rate monitoring, sleep monitoring

Display technology


Other display features






Date First Available

April 14, 2023

Standing screen display size

0.96 Inches

892 reviews for LIVIKEY Fitness Tracker Watch with Heart Rate Monitor, Step Counter IP67 Waterproof Activity Tracker with Pedometer & Sleep Monitor, Calories, Step…

  1. JBC

    I lost my Fitbit HR and didn’t want to invest in another one. This fitness band does not have all the bells and whistles, but it counts steps and does a fair job at measuring the heart rate and sleep. It won’t summarize your “zone minutes” or calculate a sleep score. But if you want to track the essentials, I think it’s a good buy.

  2. Michael Ahola

    2 month update. Battery now lasts only 48 hours. Sleep tracking is useless. Clock, heartrate and step counter work. Little plastic piece to keep the extras band against the wrist has broken. Had to tape it.

    Original review

    Overall I wanted an on the go heart rate monitor and it does this. It’s not instant and I don’t think the app is too good for it. For example, you turn on the heart rate part, it thinks for 5-10 seconds, then shows a number, then that number changes over the next ten seconds to finally get to your actual number. For me, it will start at 55 and end up at 90. I don’t know how accurate the app is either. For example today on my walk I got my heart rate to 130, but when I sync with the app, it says my max heart rate was 114 and resting 69. Dude, my heart rate is never 69.

    The step counter is fine.
    The watch part, hey that works fine.
    Battery seems good. I can wear for roughly 3 days straight and then recharge is maybe an hour.

    Now the sleep tracking. I read that what it does is monitor your movement. It does not allow you to set your standard sleeping hours so it guesses. For example my sleep schedule is 10-6 every day. My first day it said I slept from 7pm – 7am. Second day it was more accurate. Third day it said 2am – 8am. It counts “deep sleep” as not moving. Sometimes it shows me in the morning reading a book as “deep sleep”. So no, do not use this for sleep tracking.

  3. JonW

    I have had it with Fitbit and Garmin. The fitbits die suddenly and get automatic activity detection wrong. The GArmin I had was too complex. It takes paging thru menus and when I did figure out how to get to trqack a run, when I worked it called it a walk but the last time at teh end of therun it was trying to tell me when to breathe.

    This one is simple and cheap. I gave it 3 stars for accuracy becuase I think it has my heart rate wrong, at least differnt form what Fit bit ab GArmin got but maybe the Livikey is the one that is right. I don;t think any of the trackers get sleep right. FItbit thought I was asleep every time I sat down. Garmin seemd to get similar results to Livikey.

    If you just want an idea of how your runs and walsk and sleep go and you are not interested in spending your gym time fiddling with your phone and tracker this is a good option.

    IN addition this tracker does not use a cradle and special cord. The band comes off and the end goes into a USB port.

    The downside is that the band will pop off it it under too mcuh stress.

  4. Catherine

    This cost a fraction of what I paid for my last smartwatch, which was also pretty cheap. I like that it charges directly in a USB port, the pedometer is fairly accurate, and the pedometer reading displays automatically with the time. On the downside, the screen gets stuck or goes dark when I try to scroll, even when fully charged, so I haven’t been able to find/try the other features. Also, the little slidy thing that keeps the end of the watch band in place broke within a few days. All in all, not bad for under $20 though.

  5. my purchases

    I like that it is lightweight and simple to use. I don’t like that I have to keep taking watch strap off to charge because it is a little difficult for me to pull apart

  6. Becky Blanton

    Long-lasting charge – up to a week. It’s hard for people with poor vision or elderly to see to figure out all the controls, but once you do, it’s good. I haven’t used the sleep feature, can’t figure out how to, but it tracks my daily steps well. Comfortable to wear, easy to charge. Sturdy and looks good, like a nice watch.

  7. thomas jones

    I wasn’t expecting it to be that efficient at the price I paid for it but it works okay. better than buying a fitbit that is breaking all the time

  8. Amazon Customer

    I work out almost every day and sweat a lot — I also do a lot of sweaty outdoor work, and was finding that the more expensive trackers never lasted more than two years (I assume because of all the wet / salt exposure), and the last one didn’t even make 18 months–so I decided to give this much cheaper version a whirl, and have been very happy. I have had this tracker for about 4 months and so far through lots of sweat, it is still going strong.

    I mostly just want to know my steps– but the app has a lot of other features including calorie tracking and sleep tracking. The tracker only counts calories burned ABOVE your resting rate which is another thing I like. If you are not actually walking, it doesn’t count it as a step, which — to be brutally honest, is a good thing.

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