Night week at Aldi: Smartwatch for less than 25 euros – is it worth buying?

If you want to buy an Apple Watch, you have to put around 400 euros on the table. Aldi is going a completely different way and is selling a smartwatch for less than 25 euros in the next week. GIGA tells you what you can expect at the price.

Aldi sells Smartwatch for 24.99 euros

If you want to get the cheapest possible smartwatch, you can start with Access Aldi Nord on January 20, 2021. For only 24.99 euros you get the “Semper Smart Color Watch” (look at Aldi Nord). Aldi writes that it is a smartwatch, but if you take a closer look, you have to say that we would tend towards a fitness tracker in a smartwatch dress. Outwardly certainly a smartwatch, but functionally more of a fitness tracker. But that doesn’t matter, because the range of functions is quite considerable.

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With the “Smart Color Watch” from Semper, Aldi Nord sells a combination of smartwatch and fitness tracker. (Image: Aldi Nord)

The cheap smartwatch from Aldi, for example, not only shows the time, but can also count the steps and even measure the pulse. At a price of 25 euros, that is impressive. Even the weather can be displayed. The watch gets the information from the cell phone, which is connected via Bluetooth. Several sports are supported, which are tracked with the smartwatch. Sleep can also be analyzed. You can then view the data that has been collected in the app. Overall, everything is set up very simply, but functional and absolutely sufficient for the price.

You should consider this when buying a smartwatch:

For whom is the purchase of the Aldi smartwatch worthwhile?

For everyone who basically wants to invest very little money in the option of tracking the sport, the steps or measuring the heart rate. The design and the display are very basic, but you don’t have to pay very much for that. With a running time of up to 7 days, the Aldi Smartwatch easily outperforms the competition. So if you want to buy a cheap “Smartwatch”, you can soon access Aldi Nord.

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