Diesel Men's DZT2011 Smart Digital Grey Watch
- Diesel takes its wearable technology up a notch with the Full Guard. Unique dial effects add even more personality to this smartwatch with visual enhancements like the appearance of a cracked screen when a private notification is received. Elevated materials like the colored anodized aluminium also make this touchscreen smartwatch lighter without sacrificing durability. Powered with Wear OS by Google, this gunmetal touchscreen smartwatch alerts you of notifications, tracks your heart rate and every move, and lets you control music from your wrist.
- 48MM Full color display dial in stainless steel case with a thickness of 13MM
- Gun-Metal stainless steel 24MM wide strap
- Water resistant to 3 ATM: In general, suitable for short periods of exposure to water i.e. rains, sudden splashes of water, drizzling and beach weather.
- Effortlessly charge your Smartwatch by placing it on the inductive charging magnet. No plugging or unplugging of cables required.
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|Dial window material type||Mineral|
|Clasp Type||Double Fold over clasp|
|Case material||Stainless Steel|
|Case diameter||48 millimetres|
|Case Thickness||13 millimetres|
|Band Material||Stainless Steel|
|Band width||24 millimetres|
|Water pressure resistance||3 bar|
|Warranty Description||2 years|
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More than activity tracking. Get motivated & hit workout goals with new automatic heart rate tracking.
Ask your smartwatch anything–search the web, keep you on time (for once) & more.
*Available in select countries
Google and Wear OS by Google are trademarks of Google LLC.
Never miss out—get text, call, email & other app alerts on your wrist.
Personalize your Diesel On smartwatch by choosing from countless dial designs, like our new interactive Flicker and Zen watch faces that change color based on time progression or heart rate BPM.
Play music your way—start, stop, skip & store your favorite songs on your smartwatch.
Pay for those happy hour drinks via this NFC-enabled smartwatch using the Google Pay* watch app.
*Available in select countries
Interactive Effects: Weather Mode
On-screen animations alert you to current weather conditions.
Do Not Disturb Mode
|Full Guard 2.5 Touchscreen Smartwatch||Full Guard 2.5 Touchscreen Smartwatch||Full Guard 2.5 Touchscreen Smartwatch||Full Guard Touchscreen Smartwatch||Armbar Hybrid Smartwatch||Mega Chief Hybrid Smartwatch|
|Heart Rate Tracking||✓||✓||✓||-||-||-|
|GPS (Untethered)||✓||✓||✓||Tethered only||-||-|
|Charging / Battery Life||1 Hour Rapid Charge / Approx. 1 Day Battery Life||1 Hour Rapid Charge / Approx. 1 Day Battery Life||1 Hour Rapid Charge / Approx. 1 Day Battery Life||3 Hour Charge Time / Approx. 1 Day Battery Life||No Charging Required / 4-6 Month Battery Life||No Charging Required / 4-6 Month Battery Life|
|Music Controls||Control & Store Music on Watch||Control & Store Music on Watch||Control & Store Music on Watch||Control & Store Music on Watch||✓||✓|
|Customization||Custom Dials + Interchangeable Watch Straps||Custom Dials + Interchangeable Watch Straps||Custom Dials + Interchangeable Watch Straps||Custom Dials + Interchangeable Watch Straps||Customizable Buttons||Customizable Buttons|
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-I wish I had believed the other reviews about the battery life. I set it up, put a few apps on it, and charged it. Fully charged it. I put it on the next morning, wore it for about 2 hours and the battery was already down to 78%. I did not constantly use it (though for the price, I should be able to without losing too much battery charge). I am not unfamiliar with how smart watches work. I have an Apple Watch and have had various Fitbits. The Apple Watch has to be charged daily (which I knew when I bought it) and it lasts all day. Based on the initial loss of battery life with this Diesel watch, I would estimate barely 8 hours of use per charge. I certainly have a longer than 8 hour day - more like 16 hours in an average day of mine. This Diesel would have to be charged at least twice daily if I wanted a full day's use out of it. That is not practical or helpful as a smart watch.
-Also, to note, it is bigger and heavier than I expected, though it would not have bothered me if the watch's battery life lasted longer.
-Another note for people with larger wrists, it does not come with extra links to expand it, so you need to call customer service to get the links - which I did, before I knew the battery life was going to be horrible. Now I am out the shipping cost of the links and I will have no use for them.
Ironically, the other morning it mocked me with a message: "A moment of silence for watches that only tell time." Ironic, because that is all this Diesel On watch is doing for me. It tells time.
The first time I used it, I put it on and realized it was dead a couple hours later. I can't say the exact moment because the screen (unless you have the settings to "always on") goes black unless you tip it to check the time or what have you. But it was dead. As a doornail.
Given it is advertised to have a 24-hour battery, this seemed strange. I checked my settings, hoping that I had merely failed to charge it to 100%. It is supposed to charge in an hour, but it doesn't. So I didn't try it again till the next morning.
The next day, I was able to wear the watch for about two hours over an eight-hour period. It spent the rest of the time charging. It turned out that with the brightness turned up, the watch face always on (you know, so you can see how beautiful it looks), it drained the battery at the rate of about 1 percent per minute.
I checked Diesel's FAQ page, which had a variety of suggestions. I tried a bunch of different settings. I limited the notifications I was getting. Turned off previews. I put on auto illumination and found a less "busy" watch face because the FAQ said this would drain less battery. No WiFi. No Bluetooth. No heartbeat meter.
In the end, I turned off EVERYTHING. I put on power saver mode and airplane mode which rendered the smartwatch a wristwatch. All it does now is tell time. With these minimal settings, the battery lasts until 8 pm with maybe enough juice to squeak by till 9, but I take it off at 8 and recharge it and get ready for bed.
It is a beautiful watch but it's just a watch. I really wanted the heartbeat meter because I have heart disease and it really matters to me. No such luck. All those lovely watch faces and none you can really enjoy. I don't know if my battery is defective or not, but from another review, I see I'm not the only one less than impressed by the 24-hour battery.
In the end, much as I like the looks of the watch, it's not a smartwatch with the current battery (and yes, I did check for firmware updates). I'm left with no alternative but to give it two stars.
There is so much bloat on this watch, a ton that I have no idea what it is or does and nearly none of it removable.
Battery life on this is what really brings down the rating even more than the questionable software. No matter what I did, apps installed, no apps installed,. ambient mode on, off, etc, the battery couldn't hold out 8 hours. Top is off, this watch would go unresponsive quite often. Kinda defeats the purpose of a touch screen if the screen doesn't respond to touches!
Okay, this think looks nice, but it's huge, heavy and not very practical. This is a show watch, not an every day watch.