LIVIKEY Smart Watch, Fitness Tracker with Heart Rate Monitor, Blood Oxygen, Sleep Tracking, 41mm Smartwatch 5ATM Waterproof with Pedometer for…

(1047 customer reviews)


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  • Heart Rate Monitoring and SpO2: Our smart watch monitors your heart rate in real time, and you can use the watch to manually detect your SpO2. Our smartwatch will also automatically track your sleep, record light sleep, deep sleep, and awake time, and analyze your sleep quality to help you build a healthier lifestyle.
  • 14 Sports Modes and Accurate Health Tracker: Our Fitness Watch supports 14 sports modes, like walking, running, cycling and so on. You can keep track of your workout throughout the day, including your steps, distance, calories burned, and mileage. You can connect your smartphone GPS to your smart watch to track all your routes and distances during your workout.
  • 5ATM Waterproof and 7 Days Battery Life: Our fitness smartwatch is designed with 5ATM water resistance rating, which can resist any sweat and rain of your daily activities, and can even be worn while swimming. After fully charged, you can enjoy up to 7 days use time, or up to 30 days standby time.
  • Call and Message Notification: Incoming call and SMS reminders ensure that you will not miss any important things. You can customize message notifications for certain specific applications like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Email, Text Messages etc, to avoid excessive message interruption.
  • Customize Your Watch Style and Wide Compatibility: The 41mm (1.3″ ) screen smartwatch provides various dials to choose from, or you can customize the watch face with your own photos. It also features with many practical tools like pedometer, breath training, music control, alarm clock, stopwatch, adjustable brightness, calendar, time display etc. Compatible with Android OS 5.0 & iOS 10.0 & Bluetooth 4.0 or above.
  • Gentle reminders: Please do not wear the smart watch too tightly to prevent excessive friction that may cause skin abrasion. Give your watch a break after prolonged use.
Product Dimensions

6.85 x 3.3 x 0.6 inches

Item Weight

2.6 ounces

Item model number



1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)


Android 5.0, iOS 10.0 or above, Bluetooth 4.0 or above

Wireless communication technologies


Connectivity technologies



GPS Via Smartphone

Special features

E-mail/Text Messaging/Call/SNS Notification, Calendar, Reminders, Reject calls Function, Sedentary Alert, 41mm Display, Built-in Dials, Customized Watch Face, Brightness Settings, Multiple Sport Modes, Raise to wake, 5ATM Waterproof, Timer, Stopwatch, Music Control, Alarm Clock, Activity Tracker, Sleep Monitor, Heart Rate Monitor, Pedometer, SpO2, Calorie Tracker, Multisport Tracker, Fitness Tracker, Distance Tracker, Time Display

Other display features


Human Interface Input

Touchscreen, Buttons

Form Factor




Battery Power Rating

210 Milliamp Hours

Whats in the box

Charging Cable, Smartwatch, Quick Start Guide


Unisex Child



Country of Origin


Date First Available

November 8, 2021


2.6 Ounces

Standing screen display size

1.3 Inches

1047 reviews for LIVIKEY Smart Watch, Fitness Tracker with Heart Rate Monitor, Blood Oxygen, Sleep Tracking, 41mm Smartwatch 5ATM Waterproof with Pedometer for…

  1. Amazon Customer

    I really like the look of this watch and yes, it does look a lot like an apple watch. I purchased because of the price point. It was much cheaper than replacing my fit bit and does just about all the same features…I even receive text messages through this watch so for me, it was an upgrade. I do have trouble understanding the app. The app uses verbiage like calories consumed and one would think that mean calories eaten but I think it actually mean how many calories your body has consumed through activities. I’m still trying to get used to figuring out how to use the app. Maybe I’m just used to fit bit. So far, I have been wearing the watch for about 6 days and it is ready for a charge. As far as accuracy, I’m not 100 % sure. There is some discrepancy between the watch and the treadmill but not by much. Who knows, maybe the watch is more accurate than the treadmill. Overall, I am satisfied and would consider purchasing again in the future (but would like more clarity with the app)

  2. Debbie Johnson

    I do water aerobics 3 times a week so I need a watch that can withstand the overly chlorinated water of the pool and occasionally the sauna/hot tub. I have been using it for 2 weeks now and I haven’t had a problem in the pool. It did freak out a bit the one time I tried wearing it in the hot tub, but it fixed itself after I plugged it up to the charger and rebooted it. Now I just take it off while I’m in the hot tub just in case.
    The only thing that I wish was different, not a complaint really, is that you have to manually tell it you are exercising or it won’t log it.
    I was concerned that the band would be too short as my last watch (early gen Fitbit) was. But it was plenty long and my wrist is not small.
    But, overall I really like it and it was very affordable!!!

  3. Debbie Johnson

    I have had Apple Watches now for about 6 years. My wife’s Apple Watch up and died recently so I gave her mine. I saw this watch on Amazon and said what the heck it’s $20. I LOVE IT! I literally like it BETTER than my Apple Watch! I’m a pretty simple dude, but this thing is awesome. I get text messages, when I’m listening to Spotify you can changes songs from it, it tracks your steps throughout the day, it has basically everything the Apple Watch has to an extent, and I’m pretty much an idiot when it comes to technology and I figured everything out no problem which is saying a lot. Just buy it, I guarantee you’ll like it. I honestly still cannot believe I only paid $20 for it!


    Everything you could want! Battery lasts a long time. I haven’t had to charge it since I got it! Monitors my sleep and tells you your sleep patterns. Love the alarm feature and the fact you can put your own pictures as the background.

  5. What’s the buzz?

    It is so lightweight that I forget I have it on. The alarms are much more noticeable than my previous smart watch. I would like at least 10 alarms instead of just 5, but the 5 really work. Measuring heart rate is done on command rather than regularly which saves the battery. Measuring O2 level is also done on command with easy added instructions. I can read the dial in bright sunlight. Counting steps is rather accurate. Tracking sleep is much more accurate than my previous smart watch. The watch gives me a better breakdown of sleep than the app. However, the app lacks a chart for the week and the month.

    I realize my needs are limited, but the watch and app do a much better job than my previous smart watch that was more than twice as expensive. If your needs match mine, then this will be a great find.

  6. Jane Bailey

    I have had this watch for a little over a week and think it’s pretty great for measuring everything it’s supposed to. I really like how you can choose whether or not to preview text messages and that it will call your phone if you’ve lost it. There are only two downsides. One, I have a really small wrist so in order to wear it comfortably I have to have it a notch looser than you probably should for it to remain in contact with your skin. That probably somewhat affects number two, which is that the battery only lasts for a day at a time so I can never use it to track sleep if I want to track my steps during the day. Otherwise I love it and think it’s a great purchase for the price!

  7. Amanda Vandermeer

    It was time to find a new watch, but I wasn’t ready for the jump to the premium watches. This does about 90% for a tenth of the cost.
    One complaint: When you leave the timer or stopwatch pages, they stop running! Even my old timex could handle that. Should be a software update. PLEASE do that.

  8. Jed Holmen

    I got this watch as a starter smart watch for myself. It seemed to do everything I would need. I have had it since January, wearing it most days for the first few months but took much of the summer off (unless it was a heavy movement day or something similar). I never wore it to bed either. With just that usage, it no longer can give me my heart rate or O2, things I also needed to keep an eye on. I have wiped the sensor, charged the watch, pulled it as tight as it can go on my wrist… I just get the message to stand still and be sure it’s tight. I suppose I can’t be horribly upset because of the price, but basically only 4 months of standard wear still feels lower than should be expected.

    I liked having the step count (though I’m not sure how accurate it is and it will tell me I need to get up and move when I’m already standing or am clearly going 55 mph because I’m driving). I used the heart rate check quite a bit when it worked. The notifications were nice while I was working and away from my phone, even though you can’t really read much of a message on it because the preview is very brief. Overall, not a bad starter smart watch but realize it will likely be a fairly short trial period to have all the functions working. (Just to clarify, some other functions still work. It just seems to be those linked to the sensor that do not.)

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