Huawei - Watch 2 Sports Smartwatch 45mm Plastic - Carbon Black

Monitor your physical activity with this Huawei Watch 2. Its lightweight ceramic bezel resists abrasion, and it provides workout data reports with heart rate monitoring and GPS mapping, helping you meet fitness goals. This Huawei smart watch is resistant to water and dust, protecting it from accidental splashes.

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    What's Included

    • Charging cradle (including USB cable)
    • Huawei Watch 2 Sports Smartwatch 45mm Plastic
    • Power adapter
    • Quick start guide
    • Safety information
    • Warranty card

    Ratings & Reviews

    Overall Customer Rating:
    85% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (274 out of 324)


    Running Android Wear 2.0 and Compatible with Android or iOS Devices

    Download apps directly on the watch.

    SMS and email notifications

    Keep you updated on day-to-day happenings.

    Simple navigation and clear visuals

    1.2" AMOLED touch-screen display with 390 x 390 resolution.

    Music without Phone

    Download and listen to music offline during workout.

    Workout Coach

    Get real-time guidance and workout data such as recovery time and VO2 max.

    Plastic case

    Along with a 20mm leather watch band ensures durability and an elegant look.

    IP68-rated dustproof and waterproof design

    Defends your smartwatch against submersion in up to 5' of water.

    Wireless connection to your device

    Bluetooth 4.1 EDR connectivity and NFC technology enables simple one-touch pairing. Make payments via NFC and have a personal voice assistant from your wrist with Google Assistant.

    Built-in GPS and Continuous Heart Rate

    Monitor your heart rate and track your workout routes without your phone.

    Built-in pedometer

    Keeps track of walking and running distances to help you stay in shape.

    Vibrate mode

    Quietly alerts you to a range of notifications, such as incoming e-mails, calls and text messages, as well as upcoming calendar events.

    Built-in 420 mAh battery

    Offers up to 2 days on normal usage on a full charge for extended operation or 21 days on Watch Mode. Charge easily using the included charging cradle.

    Free Google Play Music 10-week subscription included

    Get unlimited, ad-free access to millions of songs that you can mix with your own collection.

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    Expert rating




    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Solid improvement over last version

      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      I've had the original Huawei Watch for a while now as my daily wear smart watch. I've also had a Fitbit Charge HR that I'd wear for working out and sleep monitoring. I found myself wearing the Fitbit more often as I liked keep track of fitness throughout the day. So I was quite interested in a Smart Watch that could potentially replace both. Let's take a look and see how it does. PROS: + Long battery life (2 days) + Clear & Bright Display + Physical Buttons + IP68 Dust & Water Resistant + Light weight + Android 2.0 + GPS & NFC + Continuous Heart Rate Monitor + Workout Assistant + Stylish Design + Improved charging cradle + Native Google Assistant + Gorilla Glass + Solid build quality CONS: - May be somewhat bulky for some - Wrist strap could be better - Slightly smaller screen (1.2") - No LTE for US variant - Bit Pricey - No Sapphire Glass UNBOXING & DESIGN Out of the box you've just got the watch, a charging cradle with attached USB cable, wall charger, and documentation nobody reads. That's about it. Compared to the original Huawei Watch, the second generation here is more of a "sport" watch. In that it features a more rugged design, plastic type band, and no shiny bits that will get scratched easily. Despite this, it still feels very solid, and well built. There is a stationary "dial" often seen on diving watches, which as noted, doesn't move. There are also two buttons on the right side. The upper button is to access the Apps menu. Lower button is is for Fit/Activity features. Such as to start a workout. This is no leather band. It looks and feels like plastic, which may be an issue for some. Not a big deal for me, as I found it it well enough. But could be a softer rubber compound, to offer more comfort. I think for an average to large wrist, the size won't be an issue. But it is taller and bulkier than some may expect, or desire. Just be aware of that. ANDROID 2.0 The brand new version of Android Wear brings a noticeable updated designed, layout, and ultimately changes how you interact with the watch. Long press of the main watch doesn't do anything unless your particular watch face has added features. Swipe left or right is now only to change watch faces. Swipe up will show any notifications. Swipe down is the settings menu. What about the apps? That's where the new dedicated upper button comes into play. Single press to get your app carosoel. Swipe up and down to see everything installed. Pretty basic. Long press the same button to bring up the ever helpful google assistance. Or just say "OK Google," as usual. The lower button access the fitness/workout settings. More on that next. Initially, it felt like they simply changed things, for the sake of change. But after using it for awhile, I've gotten used to everything and find it to be fairly intuitive. It's just a bit different, but it works. FITNESS This is where things like a plastic band, IP68, GPS, continuous hear rate monitoring, and lighter weight all come together. The original Huawei Watch was simply too heavy to use for fitness, and lacked a lot of the features above. Not to mention leather + moisture don't go well together. So this is really where I was quite interested. Did I still need to swap out watches to go for a run, do cardio, list weights, or other workout stuff? Nope. Today, for example, I wanted to hit the elliptical. I've been slacking off, and it was time. I just pressed the fitness button, selected my routine, and off I went. It automatically started continuous heart rate monitoring, including what zone I was in (i.e. fat burn, aerobic, etc), distance, and time spent. All at the same time, in a nice presentable way. That was actually nicer than the fit-bit, thanks to how easily accessible this information was. If I wanted to do the same routine, but actually going somewhere when I run, there's an activity for that. Except now it knows you're moving, and will kick in GPS to track your run. Nice. Once you're done, you can easily view all kinds of neat stats via numerical value and pretty graphs. Including time spend running, where you're hear rate was throughout, pace, steps, calories, etc. All on the watch itself. That's right, don't even need to grab your phone. Or bring it with you. And considering I usually have large phones, that's a big plus. CONCLUSION In some ways, I've actually found Huawei Watch 2 and Android 2.0 a bit more advanced than the Fit app itself, on my phone. Fitbit app still has more in-depth and useful information there. But I think Google has caught up enough so that I don't feel the need to swap watches just to go for a 30-45 run or exercise routine. All while being nice enough to wear out of the house, to a social event, or even to the office. Sleep monitoring is just about the only feature where I'd need a fitbit. While it lost some "nice" features like a leather band and sapphire glass, those would have simply gone against the fitness requirements and added more weight. Overall, if you're looking for something that can be true 2-in-1 replacement, and don't mind the bulk or cost, I consider the Huawei Watch 2 highly recommended.

      I would recommend this to a friend

      • Brand response

        Huawei Customer Care

        Dear Customer,

        Thank you for your thorough review!

        It is great to know that you enjoyed the fitness features and applications in your Huawei Watch 2.

        This smartwatch is definitely perfect as a fitness tracker, its light weight in conjuction with its amazing features makes it the best workout companion.

        Thank you again for this awesome review, and please be sure that your suggestions will be reported to the product development team to future products improvement.

        Is astonishing to hear that our newest wearable meets your expectations and that you highly recommend it.

        Thank you for choosing Huawei. NF HuaweiCustomerCare

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Overall Good value smartwatch

      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      I have been waiting for a good smartwatch which is good value for the price and i finally brought this (Huawei - Watch 2 Carbon Black) from BestBuy in July for $219 on sale . For that price i am happy with the features if has , but I would not recommend to buy it for $299 , if you are in market then wait till Thanksgiving and it could go below $180. That being said i needed something right now so i brought this in BestBuy as soon as i saw it in sale and used all my BestBuy rewards as well so overall i got a good deal. I am writing this review after using it for a month . Below is summary of my likes , dislikes and suggestion for next version. Likes: Heart rate monitor - Continuous HR monitor Inactivity remainder - I like the inactivity remainder which it does if i am sitting continuously for one hour Bluetooth - Connection maintains really good and range is good as well NFC - I pay using watch GPS - Awesome when running , puts my track on the map Health app - It gives recovery time which i like a lot Step counter - its accurate Elevation count – yes it does this I was surprised , tested this many times in stairs and also in park while walking into higher elevation. Display - its crisp Waterproof - i take care of the electronics really well but this one of reason i awaited for a watch which is reasonable price and has waterproof because watch is something I wear it which can’t be protected like phone. Battery life - It last 1 day for sure and but if the gesture features are disabled then it would last for 2 days . Everyday i have at least 35 to 40% left. Android wear 2.0 - Like it very much Dislikes: Watch Strap - I replaced it in a week , the strap it came with was very low quality it was not good Screen size - Wish it was 1.3 inch because 1.2 is small Strap size - I wish it was 22mm strap as well similar to the classic version Software lag - I think it not fully optimized , sometimes it lags to load the android pay or ok google . Thinness - Wish it was 2 mm less think Workout modes – Wish it had more workout modes No sim option - US version does not have this but international does , not sure why. This could have been a big selling point Price - Please make the next version release with a reasonable price , why release it for $299 and go on sale rather introduce it at $199 and make it more affordable so it is in everyone's wrist. Suggestion for next version: Heart rate Transmitter - Many smartwatches are introduced targeting the people with active life and who hits the gym often but missing a very good and key feature. Heart rate transmitter will be very very useful feature and could work with every single cardio machines out there in gym. Almost all treadmill , elliptical , stairs and bicycle machines has the Heart rate based mode which can be used with the smartwatch if it does the Heart rate transmission. Work out details on Web - There is no way to see my work out details on web , i hope Huawei develops something like Google fit or pass the data to google fit. I will buy the next version if it addresses all my dislikes and my suggestion.

      I would recommend this to a friend

      • Brand response

        Huawei Customer Care

        Dear customer,

        First of all we want to thank you for your spectacular review and for your kindly feedback. We are always interested in the opinion and suggestions from our valued customers. We will forward your feedback to our development team for future improvements of our products.

        As you mentioned the Huawei Watch 2 is a device that is water resistant. It has the IP68 water and dust protection.

        The Huawei Watch 2 has the GPS, NFC, Wi-Fi, and the Bluetooth antenna that are integrated under the watch bezel. This reduces signal interference from your body and optimize signal reception.

        Thank you for choosing Huawei. BG HuaweiCustomerCare

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Great device with poor software

      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      First off I would like to say that I am a hardcore fitness watch enthusiast. I have used plenty of Garmin, Polar, Fitbit. Misfit, and Android Wear watches. This watch is beautiful to me. Great screen, not big on my wrist at all (I am 6'3 mind you), and while the band is not great, it is not as bad as some reviews claim. The build quality is also great on the watch. I have bumped the bezel on several door frames, but I have no scratches to show for it. The battery lasts quite a while on this watch when compared to most smartwatches out there. I can use it 3-4 days with only charging when I am in the shower. I would like to mention that if you want the battery to last longer, make sure you tell Android Wear which notifications you want to go through to the watch. If some game you play sends notifications you should probably turn it off to save battery life. Unfortunately the Huawei Health app is one of the worst fitness apps I have ever used. It tries to merge any steps taken with the phone with the steps taken from the watch so the phone always has more steps for me than the watch. Even when I have them together most of the day. The app on the phone will also show intensity minutes while the watch shows none. You also can't really interact with the graphs or data from your runs. If I want to see what my heart rate was at a given time of my run I can't. You also cannot track sleep with this device. There is a sleep function in the app, but it straight out tells you that it is for the Huawei Fit. To make it worse? The fitness data and fitness app looks better on the watch than it does the phone! How does that make it to the final product?? When you include things like VO2 max and work with FirstBeat to get the same algorithms that Garmin uses for Training Effect and recovery time, people will expect more from the fitness aspect of this watch. I had extremely high hopes for this watch, but I am going to have to return it because the software is just so bad.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

      • Brand response

        Huawei Customer Care

        Dear customer,

        Thank you for your feedback, we are always looking to improve our devices. You can be sure that we will take it in count for future improvements.

        Regarding the issue with the Huawei Health app, let us provide you the following information.

        the size of your pace, or the position of your phone. If you have a large pace, the accuracy of the calculation will be higher than 90%. If you are walking very slowly or your phone is in a shock-resistant bag, then the accuracy will be lower. The technical department will continue to optimize the step count algorithm and this will be reflected in future software versions and products.

        We really hope that you can give us a second chance in the near future. BG HuaweiCustomerCare

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Good for the relative price a fews cons though


      Had the Samsung Gear s3 and that lasted a week due to lack of maps, non-continuous heat rate and wasn't a Android Wear device and as a cyclist and hiker I did not like it with no mapping and spot heart rates. So i bought the Watch 2 based on the features i wanted although it was rated lower than the Gear 3. been using it for a month now. It is an Android ware 2.0 watch, apps are plenty at the app store and does have always on heart rate and google maps and you can load Strava and loads of watch faces too. The downsides are battery life is a day at best, if you travel like I do you'll need two chargers, it does not use the wireless charging and its own specific charger is needed. If you use any of the workout apps built in they use heat and GPS and battery life is about 3 hours or so, not good at all in use.The heart rate is not at all accurate while biking,, shows very low when I know its 150 vs 80, it does calibrate well in gyms and stationary when I used the two other heart rates to verify. Unlike others the size and wight are fine to me and the band is easy get on and off and fits well for me. processor could a bit faster but its not a deal breaker. Using a pattern to unlock watch is hit and miss for me ..might try 5 times before it tracks the correct pattern and youll need it to use Android Pay,,which I have not used yet but thought good to have in case i dont carry wallets cycling. I did have an issue connecting the first time and came to discover thats watch was not new and had been connected after I did a wipe of system, brought back and exchanged at Best Buy and setup was a breeze after that. Using the speaker/cell function has good sound quality but it does affect answering the phone,, most say it dod not ring but and takes while to connect. For the price it was good compared to garmins and iWatch. I am sure there will be more better watches coming out but this one works for now, if money was no object I would get the garmin Fenix 5x.

      I would recommend this to a friend

      • Brand response

        Huawei Customer Care

        Dear customer,

        First of all we want to thank you for your review and your kindly feedback, we are always interested in the opinion of our valued customers.

        Kindly let us provide you some useful information about the battery life of your Huawei Watch 2.

        The watch's standby time will be reduced in respect to how much it is used. The following situations may result in reduced battery life:

        Prolonged use of the watch to play music or make calls.

        Prolonged use of an exercise or map navigation app.

        Prolonged use of power-intensive third-party apps, such as Google Fit or Runtastic.

        Frequent message notifications.

        Thank you for contacting Huawei. BG HuaweiCustomerCare

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      Expensive watch that just doesn't deliver

      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      I recently purchased a Samsung S8+ and I needed to find a watch that was compatible with Android Wear. After comparing the specs between Huawei Watch 2 and Samsung Gear S3, I didn't see enough value in the Gear S3 so I purchased the Huawei Watch 2. This watch is rather large and clunky. Huawei didn't design their own app with many functions. It records heart rate and exercises, but the heart rate sensor is inaccurate so its not useful for workouts. I can go to high intensity cardio and it will show up as a warm up. The heart rate sensor is delayed so you can't see your heart rate during a workout. It lags by about 15 seconds. On top of that, the battery life is much shorter than 2 days. I'm lucky if i get a day and a half and that's without using all the functions of the watch. Another issue I have with the watch is that it doesn't natively monitor your sleep. You have to download a 3rd party app and turn on the app on the phone and let it communicate with your watch via bluetooth while you sleep. What's good about the watch are the smartwatch functions like receiving text messages, phone calls, and Android Pay, but if I wanted a smartwatch then I wouldn't be wearing this huge plastic watch.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

      • Brand response

        Huawei Customer Care

        Dear customer,

        It is so bad to hear that you did not have a good experience with your Huawei Watch 2.

        We understand that this issue can be really frustrating, we kindly ask you to follow the next suggestions in order to improve the performance of your Huawei Watch 2.

        In order to improve the performance of the heart rate function, we kindly ask you to make sure that the Huawei Watch 2 fits comfortably around your wrist. Your heart rate data may be affected if you wear your watch too tight or loose.

        Check whether the rapid power consumption is caused by a third-party app.

        In the Android Wear app, touch the settings icon to open the settings screen. Under Device settings, select the connected HUAWEI WATCH 2, and then touch Watch battery to check detailed battery statistics.

        If there are other third-party apps consuming a lot of power in the background, but you never or rarely use them, it is recommended that you uninstall these apps.

        Check whether Package Installer or Android System is at the top of the Android Wear app power consumption list. If so, it could be that the rapid power consumption is caused by a rare software issue. Please restart the watch to fix the issue. Please also update your watch's software at the next available version release, as this will also fix such issues.

        Check whether the watch has undergone heavy use. The watch's standby time will be reduced in respect to how much it is used. The following situations may result in reduced battery life:

        Prolonged use of the watch to play music or make calls.

        Prolonged use of an exercise or map navigation app.

        Prolonged use of power-intensive third-party apps, such as Google Fit or Runtastic.

        Frequent message notifications.

        If you have any other issues or if the issues persists we kindly ask you to give us a call to, 888.548.2934, one of our representatives will be more than glad to assists you with this issue.

        Thank you for contacting Huawei. BG HuaweiCustomerCare

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      My first smart watch

      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      I've never had a smartwatch before so have nothing to compare to, but I have been very pleased with my Huawei Watch 2 in the 5 months that I've owned it. Mostly I use it for tracking fitness, specifically running. It works great with the Strava app, tracking heart rate, elevation and pace. I no longer need to carry my phone with me on a run, but do make sure to sync the watch data with my phone after each run. Don't know how accurate the heart rate monitor is but having used Garmin for tracking mileage, I can say that the GPS is very good - the mileage counts are the same as my Garmin and it takes much less time to connect, even on cloudy days. I've started using Google Fit, with is included as a system app on the watch and seems to include more exercise modes in the recent upgrades. I am still exploring the other functionalities of the watch - still haven't used Android Pay or music functions. I really like the notifications of calendar events. And I don't have to dig my phone out of my bag to see incoming text messages or emails. It's an attractive watch as well, and I've gotten many compliments on the appearance. It's great to be able to change up the watch face. I do have to remember to charge the battery every night, because my frequent use of GPS drains it faster. You might want to turn the watch off or turn the brightness down in the theater though. I got some complaints when unintentionally turning my wrist during a performance and having the bright screen flick on!

      I would recommend this to a friend

      • Brand response

        Huawei Customer Care

        Hello Terry,

        We are delighted to hear you are having fun with your incredible Huawei Watch 2.

        I will gladly pass your feedback for the bright screen to higher areas so we can keep improving our products.

        Welcome to the Huawei family.
        IG. HuaweiCustomerCare

    • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

      Dumbest Design For a "Smart Watch"

      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      The Good: Fully compatible with Huawei Mate 9 and all Huawei phones. Has a decent strap that is easy to clasp. Packaging is quite unique and premium. Decently loud speaker for a smart watch. The Bad: The packaging is more premium than the watch. The housing is plastic not metal. The concave of the bezel around the watch face is obstructive to most normal sized hands causing an inability to efficiently swipe and scroll through the archaic interface. No intuitive software, just the standard run of the mill Android Wear interface with no polish. Lack of features in settings of the watch. The bezel itself is not for anything but show and does not rotate or allow more functionality. Side button configuration is archaic and somewhat temperamental. The body of the watch is very thick which would make sense if the watch featured a metal housing, but the weight of the watch feels like an annoying fly that landed on your wrist versus a watch. The overall watch is an extreme miss. Only reason I went for it was because the Gear S3 Classic isn't compatible with the Huawei mate 9. It is with the 8, but not the 9. Until it is fully compatible I'll have to do without a smart watch because most besides the Gear s 3 are all the same basic Android Wear with no intuitive interface of its own. Sad and disappointed. No better than a glorified digital watch for 300 dollars.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

      • Brand response

        Huawei Customer Care

        Dear customer,

        Thank you for your review and for your kindly feedback, we are always interested in the opinion of our valued customers. We will forward your feedback to our development team for future upgrades of our products.

        We hope that you can give us a second chance in the near future. BG HuaweiCustomerCare

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Smartwatch Not Too Shabby

      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      I have tried this watch after buying and returning the LG Watch Sport. I use an Android phone (Moto G4) so I was looking for AndroidWear watches that would be the most compatible with it. The LG Watch Sport had LTE in it, which I assumed was in the Huawei Watch based on my initial research of the watch only to find out afterwards they dropped it on the American version. I use AT&T prepaid which currently doesn't support it, so it wasn't as big of a deal for me but it may be a big deal to others. I like the design of the LG Watch Sport better as well with it's cleaner design and larger watch face but that watch in particular was too heavy to wear all day, with a steel body and b/c the antenna was in the strap it was a thicker and more uncomfortable strap. I'm happy to report that the Huawei Watch is much lighter and the band has a better elasticity to it, making it much more comfortable to wear, which is really important if you want to be able to use it all day. Battery life is about 2 days on it with light usage. Overall I think the watch is pretty good. I wish the design was a little less tactical looking and that AndroidWear (and all smart watches in general) were a little more useful. Notifications are great but I'd like more functionality in general. Recommendation is really dependent on your situation. Unless you're specifically looking for a watch with AndoridWear, no LTE but has GPS, and like the design it's probably a miss.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

      • Brand response

        Huawei Customer Care

        Dear Customer,

        We are glad to know that you are enjoying the incredible Huawei Watch 2!

        Experience the marriage of cutting-edge technology and traditional watch-making, designed to match different styles.

        The ceramic bezel is crafted using 23 separate processes. This material, usually used on many luxurious watches, is 6 times harder than stainless steel, highly resistant to abrasion and lightweight.

        Informative, adaptable and customizable watch faces to match your mood and needs throughout the day.

        The design provides better ergonomics and more comfort to you. It also gives a better stability to the watch during heartbeat feedback during sports and exercise.

        Huawei Watch 2 motivates you all the way during a workout, showing you goal achieving progress, lap/time/distance reminders and even speed guidance.

        Enjoy outdoor run or cycling with live GPS tracking. View real-time map and trail on the high resolution display.

        Thank you for being part of the Huawei Family, we remain at your service.

        NG. HuaweiCustomerCare

    What experts are saying

    Rating: 3.7 out of 5 stars with 30 reviews

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