Letsfit E22 Reviews: What You Should Know Before Buying This Smartwatch

The Letsfit E22 smartwatch promises lots of features like heart rate monitoring, sleep tracking, activity tracking, etc. However I’ve a couple of smartwatches (Libiyi, Wyze Watch 44) with such features that turned out to be a total waste of money. Could this be the same for Letsfit E22 or does It really worth the price? Here’s a user review.

In this review, I share my experience testing the LetsFit E22 smartwatch, it pros, cons, and everything you should expect when you buy it.

Letsfit E22

What Is Letsfit E22?

Letsfit E22 is a multi functional smartwatch that boasts of a sleek design, wide high-definition screen, 1.83” inch IPS LCD screen, a full color screen display with touch screen support. Top of the icing is its 2.5D tempered glass which allegedly gives the smartwatch a scratch-proof protection.

It can be used by different kinds of people, as it works for Menstrual tracking, Activity tracking, Alarm Timer, Stopwatch, Flashlight, Calls and Messages, Sleep tracking, Health Monitoring, and Music Control Function.


First thing I noticed about the LetsFit E22 is that it’s very easy to set up. This is quite unlike most smartwatches I own. I got the Rose Gold Color, and it sleek smooth design compliments any outfit I wear. The wide screen makes it easy for me to read my notifications and text messages. The default watch face has large numbers, well lit and easy to read in the dark.

Testing the smartwatch for calls, I can send and receive calls. I was surprised it has a great clarity and volume, there was no scratchy noise or echo in the background. The Watch, Flashlight, Reminders (drink water/get active) and Clock work well.

 However, the sleep stats and the steps dont record all the time. I go up and down stairs and does not record unless the band is really tight. Also walking does not record all the time unless I am moving my arms enough. 

Does This Smart Watch Have a Long Life Span?

I have currently used the LetsFit E22 smartwatch for four months now, and so far the issues I’ve with it is that the band can only use theirs and cannot find replacements. Once the clip breaks, You have to replace the watch completely. This is one major issue lots of users have about this watch.

Is The Letsfit E22 Waterproof?

The LetsFit E22 smartwatch has the water resistance rating of 1PX8. This means it can handle being submerged in 1 metre of water for up to 30 minutes. However, hasn’t officially been rated for any protection from dust or other particles. It’s advisable not to swim with it as dust or particles could enter and ruin the smartwatch.

What Does a Box of Letsfit E22 Contain?

You should expect the following in the box;

  • Letsfit E22 Smartwatch
  • Charging cable
  • 2 Silicone bands
  • Quick Installation Guide

How To Connect The Letsfit e22 to the App

Letsfit App is available on Google Playstore and Apple store. After Installation, follow the steps;

  • Enable the Bluetooth of your smartphone.
  • Open the Letsfit app on your smartphone and go to the”Device” page,
  • tap “Pair device”
  • Tap “”, and your smartphone starts scanning
  • Use the Letsfit app to scan the QR code displayed on your watch to connect the watch to your smartphone.

All the info about your workout, walks, and distance pulls up. It does take some time to sync up but nothing a little patience can’t fix. 

LetsFit E22 Pros: What I Like About This Smartwatch

  • Very easy to use and set up
  • The battery lasts a long time (6 – 8 days)
  • It is water resistant

LetsFit E22 Smartwatch Cons

  • It doesn’t track my walking steps accurately
  • The extra bands are not strong (Poor quality and design)


I do believe the LetsfitE22 smartwatch is worth the price it is sold for, especially with the current BlackFriday sales of buy 2 for $79 offered by HSN. I love the features the smartwatch offers, however I question its durability. If I’m to rate this watch, I’ll give it a 5 out of 10. It’s better than my Libiyi. I wouldn’t compare it with my Fitbit smartwatch though, the Fitbit is far better than it in all levels.

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