These Ticwatch Prime Day savings are pretty special

Big savings on Ticwatch S2, E2 and C2
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What an Amazon Prime Day sale we're having. It's only day one (of two) but there have already been some fantastic discounts to be had on smartwatches. Here we have three of them in the form of Mobvoi's Ticwatch range. The Ticwatch E2, Ticwatch S2 and Ticwatch C2 have all been dropped to their lowest prices for Prime Day 2019.

The Ticwatch range is already well-known for packing in a lot of smartwatch features for a budget-friendly price, but that's even more the case after these big discounts for Prime Day.

The Ticwatch S2 is the sportiest of the three, with added military-grade robustness. It also has a slightly larger watch case. Otherwise, both the Ticwatch S2 and E2 were upgraded with water-resistance and include a heart rate monitor and GPS.

These Ticwatch Prime Day savings are pretty special

Both models received 3.5/5 in our reviews when we reviewed them at full price. On the Ticwatch E2 we said: "Proper smartwatches are expensive. But if you're in the market for one that runs on Google's Wear OS and don't want to break the bank, we usually point people in the direction of Mobvoi's Ticwatches. The TicWatch E2 once again fits that profile."

The Ticwatch C2 is the more stylish of these smartwatches on sale. It's also the only one to support Google Pay for handy NFC contactless payments. In our 3/5 review, we said: "The Wear smartwatch has got a spec sheet you'd usually find attached to pricier watches, wrapped up in an attractive design for an even more attractive price." That was when it was full price, too.

As we mentioned, there are loads of other big discounts for Prime Day, so check out some of our hub pages where you can pick yourself up a bargain. Don't forget you need to be a Prime member to take advantage of Prime Day, so take out a 30-day free trial to get involved.

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