Dizo Watch D Plus Review - Kinda Worth it?

Written by Rahul Makwana


Dizo Watch D Plus is priced at Rs 1,999 while its available in Classic Black, Silver Grey, andDeep Blue color options.


The Dizo Watch D Plus comes with a 1.85-inches TFT display with a resolution of 240 x 280 pixels and 550 nits pick brightness.

The watch dies have TFT panel but its good quality panel while the watch is priced at Rs 1999, so you can't expect AMOLED panel too.

When I heard that this was Rs 1999 smartwatch, I was kind of sure that it will have massive bezels but when I got the watch, the bezels were not that huge which in itself is a plus point.

The 550 brightness also helps a lot when using a smartwatch outdoors, you will easily able to read the text or access the watch without any problem.

Design, Comfort, and Build

The strap is made from Rubber and Silicone, so the watch doesn’t feel uncomfortable at all. The watch has 42 grams of weight which because of the used Aluminum Frame.

The Aluminum Frame is matt which looks amazing, it gives you that premium feeling while it doesn’t catch the fingerprint at all.

So what I’m trying to say is, the Dizo Watch D Plus doesn’t look ugly at all.

Fitness Tracking

This is Rs 1999, so you won’t get the built-in GPS but it does have a connected GPS and to use that, you will have to connect the Dizo Watch D Plus to your smartphone 24/7.

The watch also has all the necessary sensors from 3-Axis Accelerometer, Optical Heart Rate Sensor, SpO2 (Blood Oxygen Saturation Level), and Wearing Monitoring.

The watch also counts the step accurately but again, this is a budget smartwatch, so keep the error margin of around 5% to be on the safe side.

Heart-Rate & SpO2

Now, do note that you won’t get the same health data as the oximeter. For example, if the oximeter is showing a 96bpm heart rate then the Dizo Watch D Plus will show the 99bpm. So just like, step count, keep the error margin of around 5% to be on the safe side.

In short, the watch is adding an extra 3 bpm whether it’s in SpO2 or heart rate.

I don’t know the reason behind it, so I hope Dizo fixes this problem with the OTA update.

Sleep Monitoring

Dizo has also added sleep monitoring too including the NREM Stage 1, light sleep, deep sleep, and REM sleep. It can also detect Daytime naps, and Sleep breathing. While you can access the sleep data on the Dizo application.


No one knows, what kind of OS Dizo is using but it’s smooth and fast, so I’m not complaining at all.

The watch has all the features that a smartwatch should have from Blood Oxygen Monitor, Sleep Tracking, Sedentary Reminder, Female Cycle, Distance, and even Drinking Reminder.

The app and even watch UI are simple to use, so even if you’re using the smartwatch for the first time then you won’t have a hard time understanding.

Battery Life

The Dizo Watch D Plus comes with a 300mAh battery and to charge from 0% to 100%, it will take about 2 hours.

Dizo has claimed that the watch will last for 14 days but that is just a claim.

In real life, expect the battery life to be around 12 days with normal usage but if you use all the features from heart rate, SpO2, and even Sleep monitoring then expect the battery life to be around 7 to 9 days.

The battery can also last for 4 days if you use the watch while exercising for 1 hour every day.


If your budget is Rs 2000 then this the best option you have, don't look for anything else but if you can go above Rs 2000 then there are better options available too.

Still, Confused, do read my full review with Pros and cons


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