Smartwatches that work with REFSIX
Watches for Android phones:
Our core functionality is supported on all Android WearOS watches when paired to Android phones. Here is some information about a few of the more popular ones:
|Watch||GPS||Heart Rate||REFSIX Core Functionality 1||REFSIX Performance Tracking 3|
|Ticwatch S & E||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Huawei Watch 2 Sport||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Moto 360 Sport||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|LG Watch Sport||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
Watches for iPhones:
Note that we don't current support WearOS watches paired to iPhones.
|Apple Watch||GPS||Heart Rate||Price Range||REFSIX Core Functionality ||REFSIX Performance Tracking |
|Series 1||No||Yes||Low||Yes||No |
Get the Apple Watch and REFSIX PRO together in one monthly payment
We've teamed up with Apple and PayL8r to offer you the opportunity to get an Apple Watch Series 3 and REFSIX PRO from as little as £25.43 a month for 12 months with £33.90 upfront. You could also opt for the latest Apple Watch Series 4 starting from £30.60 per month for 12 months and £91.80 upfront.
We have an article from December 2017 that discusses some of these watches including photos of the app running on them here.
 Core feature includes recording all match details and incidents. Access to basic statistics that are not related to physical performance i.e. average numbers of cards given.
 Performance tracking features include distance covered per game, for each half as well as every 5 minutes, heatmap and other performance metrics.
 Apple Watch Series 1 can use our Performance Tracking technology if the referee keeps their iPhone with them during the match.
Watches that we don't current support
We are always looking to add support for popular new watches. If you are interested in support for one of these please get in contact via the 'Support' button on the bottom right and keep you updated. Unfortunately we don't currently support the following watches:
Samsung watches that run Tizen OS
Fitbit watches (Ionic & Versa)
Android watches that say 'works with Android and iOS' or 'runs Android' but doesn't specify that it runs WearOS or Android Wear. These are normally much cheaper watches and have a custom operating system and no Play Store.