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The Amazfit Bip is affordable at around $70 (it's priced at £70 and AU$99 in the UK and Australia, respectively). It has an always-on reflective LCD screen. It has weeks of battery life. What's the catch? That's the thing. There isn't really one.
This is the closest thing to a Pebble 2 watch, if you loved that old watch's simple design and always-on display.
This has heart rate monitoring, sleep tracking, and is IP68 water-resistant (not for swimming, but it can handle immersion).
Compared here against Apple Watch S3 (left) and Fitbit Versa (right).
This charger? You won't be using it much. I got two weeks on a single charge with always-on heart rate. You can do even better.
Bip vs. the Fitbit Versa (right). The Versa looks nicer, but the Bip is cheaper and the screen stays on.
Bip (orange) and Versa (pink metal).