Does the Amazfit Bip Smartwatch Fall Apart on its own?
- Published: 15 April 2019
- I had a few people tweet me about a smartwatch screen that was falling off. So I decided to buy an Amazefit Bip for myself and look into it: amzn.to/2Ix1rUD The Amazefit Bip has some pretty impressive specs, but that doesnt matter much if the smartwatch is falling apart on its own. Its supposed to be able to withstand some basic abuse.
Lets see if the Amazefit bip can withstand one of my teardowns. The quality of the Amazefit bip is in question, and we can find out how this fitness tracker is put together with a teardown.
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