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Mazda 2020-06-16 02:39:26
The electronics themselves work well and are a good value for the money with the firmware already set up. However, the power switch is of very low quality, and failed very quickly, making it impossible to turn the watch on or off. If a couple of cents were invested in a switch that wasn't so tiny and flimsy of the same length but thicker, it could easily be a very good product. There's ample room in the watch's body for a taller, less delicate switch. The switch installed is not the kind to be used unprotected and without a casing due it its tiny size and delicate plastics. The actual functionality of the watch (before the switch made it unusable) was good. Although no instructions are included and the wiki doesn't actually explain in detail all of the functions, if you have some networking knowledge you can experiment and figure it out pretty quickly. It's a fun tool to have. The power switch stopped turning off/on after about a week of use, the internal plastic part of it was apparently bent and then the whole thing just broke. For what you expect to be a fairly commonly used switch on a watch, it should have been planned to be somewhat sturdy or have some thickness to it rather than the absolute minimum quality, smallest switch, as the watch has a large amount of open space and higher quality 2 way switches in bulk wouldn't have increased the production price more than a couple of cents at most. The selector is also very flimsy and I do worry about it breaking easily. I'd like to see a slightly more expensive version of the product, everything the same format but with high quality switches and buttons. When a single component can make or break the functionality of a product, that part should have some design attention paid to it. Mine can no longer be used as it is. I'm going to attempt to de-solder the broken switch and solder in a switch I have laying around. although it will make the watch look extremely suspicious.
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