NoiseFit halo smartwatch review in 7 points

At 56.8g, NoiseFit Halo feels light and also premium due to its metallic build. The included leather strap also pairs well with the watch. The wearable is IP68 certified as well.


The NoiseFit Halo has a 1.43 inch circular AMOLED display with 466 x 466 resolution. It is an AMOLED screen that gets plenty bright outdoors and supports AOD. Raise to wake works fine and you get to choose from 150 watch faces.


Pairing with iOS or Android is simple and the NoiseFit app is available on App Store and Play Store. That said, there are some connectivity issues. Moving on, the UI of the app offers plenty of information and is even user friendly.

Pairing and Companion App

The watch has 11 preloaded modes to track exercises or sports. More sports mode can be added more from the app. The wearable offers accurate tracking comparable to that of products ten times its price.

Exercise Features and Tracking

The smartwatch also supports heart rate and sleep tracking. While it is not as detailed as premium smartwatches, its performance is acceptable given its price.

Health Features

The 300mAh battery is said to provide a backup of 7 days on regular use and 45 days standby time. In real-world, the wearable can easily last for a week with AOD enabled. The NoiseFit Halo can be charged via the charger provided in the box.


The AMOLED display is the main attraction of the NoiseFit Halo. It also offers standard features found in products in its price range. The tracking is reliable and the battery life is excellent. Apart from the random disconnection issue, the overall experience of using the smartwatch has been very pleasant.