In the box is the Wearable4U 2 in 1 EarBuds and Power Pack. Premium running/triathlon smartwatch with access to multiple global navigation satellite systems to track in more challenging environments than justGPS alone. You can sync music from premium streaming services when you have a compatible phone, or you can store up to 1,000 songs on your watch. Performance monitoring features include VO2 max and training status with adjustments for heat, altitude acclimation status, training load focus, recovery time, and aerobic and anaerobic training effects. Wearable4U 2 in 1 EarBuds + Power Pack contains Wearable4U Power Bank 1500 mAh. Their Wearable4U 2in1 keeps your watches charged at all times and lets you listen to your music during sports activities. Earbuds Pro! Wearable4U 2 in 1 EarBuds + Power Pack contains Wearable4U Power Bank 1500 mAh. Their Wearable4U 2in1 keeps your watches charged at all times and lets you listen to your music during sports activities. Earbuds Pro!
👤The watch is good. It took a couple of days to figure out how much battery I wanted to use daily and how much applications I wanted to use. The reason for my 5 star rating was because the watch was the primary purpose for the watch and the biggest expense, and I am very satisfied with that. The Wearable4U Earbuds are terrible. I only get one at a time. They don't stay in your ears very long. If you purchase the watch without the Wearable4U Earbuds, you should get better ones.
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👤The watch is awesome. All of the functions and a small amount of the weight on my wrist. I only take it off when I have to. The battery life is not as long as the Fenix, but it charges in less than an hour. It looks great. I don't use my Apple Watch anymore, because the Fenix was so big. I have been very pleased with the chest monitors that I have purchased. They work as advertised. I highly recommend any of the products from the company. Cheers to Garmin.
👤I've always found the Garmin product to be a good buy. They are worth it to me. There is a lot of data to keep you motivated. I'm going to run with my Fore Runner 955.
👤So far, I'm very happy. It's great for cycling. I'm not sure how much I know about its full potential, but so far it's great!
👤It's great for training. The watch works well without the HR straps.
A running watch with advanced training features. Evaluates your current training status to indicate if you are undertraining or overdoing it. You can get free adaptive training plans or create your own custom workouts on their online fitness community. Provides advanced running dynamics, including ground contact time balance, stride length, vertical ratio and more. Tracking features include incident detection which sends your real time location to emergency contacts through your compatible phone. Their store has free watch faces, apps and more. Up to 7 days in the wristwatch mode and up to 24 hours in the gps mode.
👤A bit about me. I've owned several older watches from other companies, including the Forerunner 235, Fenix 3 and Fenix 5X. I bike indoors 1-2x per week and run 25-35 miles a week. Stryd Live footpod 4 is what I use. I sync my data to Strava and it has been a great watch. It's a huge watch with a lot of great features, but I didn't use it all. It doesn't have music, which I really wanted. I don't like carrying around my phone while running so the idea of a watch that had that feature was appealing. - I wasn't ready to pay over $600 for the music feature. I was looking at the Forerunner , but it was expensive, and the Vivoactive 3 is not a pure running watch. The Forerunner 245 Music was released in May of 2019. The screen is Gorilla Glass 3, which is less likely to scratch than some older Forerunners, and it's lightweight and barely noticeable on my wrist. You can load pre-designed courses, workouts, and training plans. I like the fact that the 245 can hold 500 songs and can be used with Deezer and other music services. I decided to downsize from the extremely large and heavy Fenix 5X to this watch. I don't regret the decision, but I would like the size of the Forerunners to be somewhere in between. If you're not running ultras, the battery life for this watch is fine. I'd be willing to give up a little weight in exchange for a bigger battery to keep this one going longer between charges. The barometric altimeter is not a must have for me in Florida, but it allows me to measure elevation and stairs climbed, which may be less accurate than using a gps device. I haven't experienced this when running, but it did start to cut in and out while I was walking. My assumption is that this happens because the antenna on the watch is too far away from my ears when I'm walking, as opposed to closer to my chest when I'm running. 99% of the time, I'll be running while listening to music. I have read that one solution is to make sure the watch is on the same side of your body as the antenna for your headset. If you're having the same issue, you might want to try that. I continue to like this watch and my overall rating hasn't changed. I've found it to be very accurate when running and the battery life is holding strong. I have not scratched it since I bought it. If you're like most people and have a Prime membership, you'll love the added Amazon Music support to the watch. I had an issue with my heart rate reading while riding my indoor bike. My heart rate reading will be below my actual heart rate and won't budge much after that. I'm hoping that they come up with a solution soon. The Mpow Flame2 is a good pair of headphones. They maintain strong connection while running.
You can use a gps device to track how far you run. Estimates heart rate at the wrist all day and night. Connected features include: smart notifications, automatic uploads to Garmin Connect, live tracking and music controls. All-day activity tracking shows steps, calories and intensity minutes. You can join challenges, receive insights and share your progress in their free online fitness community.
👤Are you a runner who wants to take training to the next level, but can't afford a really expensive device? Wondering why you need one? I was in your shoes. The Forerunner 35 is a nice activity tracker. I give it 3 stars because I think it's deceptive to sell a device with features that aren't really useful for training. This is a good activity tracker that is posing as a training tool. Many reviewers say that the Forerunner 35 isn't for serious runners, and that they believe "serious runners" need all the complexity of a very expensive watch. I need to know how long it is. Fancy data isn't going to do much for my running. This watch has everything a serious runner needs. Reviewers say the device isn't for serious runners because none of the features are useful to someone trying to train seriously. Virtual pacing, heart rate and distance information, interval programming, and other things are on the watch. Most of the features don't work well enough to matter during a training session. You can get a nice ballpark pace during your slow runs, but it's useless for speed work and can become really frustrating. The HR monitor works very well for general pacing info on easy runs, the price is good and the device is adequate after initially updating with the GarminExpress app. The feature that really drives me nuts is pacing. It can take up to 3 minutes to catch up to your pacing change, which can cause huge spikes in pacing as you overcompensate. As long as I didn't make any drastic pace changes, it was ok. It's useless for interval work. 2. Virtual pacing doesn't work because you have to be off pace for a long time before it will let you know that your pacing is off. It seems that they have given it a full minute buffer on pace notifications. You can't change the pace during a run, so your warm-up and cool-down will set off constant notifications. You will need to manually pause if AutoPause doesn't work. It takes 3-4 seconds for the watch to start and stop, meaning you have large spikes in your data. You can only set one interval time and then run it over and over, which runners don't really do. Ladders, cut-down, etc. are not allowed. I still have to carry my phone. I have a timer. It's useful to have a pacing device for my runs, but I regret not spending a little more on it. I don't think you need fancy analysis from a really expensive watch to be a better runner. You should find out how well a device's features work before buying.
👤I researched many different running watches before buying this one. I was delaying coming back to this watch because of the negative reviews. Let me tell you who this watch is for. I hated the Apple Watch when I had it. I would get annoyed if I used the watch for features like texting and calling because the screen is small. I never used the sleep tracker because it would die every day and I would have to charge it at night in order to use it the next day. It's really annoying. When running, mileage was always off. It was off by a lot. I could probably have fixed it, but I was too lazy to do so. The watch is for a runner. If you aren't a serious runner then you can get away with something else but the main reason I needed a watch was to track my mileage and timing only during my daily runs and races. I average around 30 miles per week and so holding my phone while running just wasn't cutting it. I like technology and am a young person. I didn't need a watch to do all the things that I had before but never used. This was one of the negative comments that I kept seeing. I need it to tell me my distance accurately so that's what it's for. It gives bonus points that it tracks your sleep, so to me it's amazing. I don't have to worry about accidentally hitting a button without a touchscreen. It's easy and I don't need anything else. If I waited for it to die, I would have to charge it weekly, but I never do. It's huge for me because I had the Apple Watch. I've run with it on a track and multiple times. I know it's correct. Since January, this watch has had no issues. You can sync the phone to the app when you're done running so you can see everything in more detail. The pacing is something I will address. The average pace is slow and takes a while to catch up. I've been running for a long time and this doesn't bother me at all. I am pacing down. I'm looking at the time. I should be at.3 at 3 in the afternoon. I know what my time is going to be. This doesn't bother me because it's always at that time. I've been using the Apple Watch since I got it and it does what it's supposed to- accurately give you your running distance and time.
You can do all of your workouts with a watch that uses multiple satellite systems. You can change up your workout routine whenever you want with preset activity profiles for running, triathlon, multisport, cycling, pool swimming, track running and more. Receive daily workout suggestions based on your current training load and vo2 max. garmin connect, trainingpeaks, and trainerroad are some of the apps that can be used to sync structured indoor or outdoor workouts to your device. Analyze more data to help you reach your race potential. You can sync your music with music streaming services such as Amazon music, deezer, spotify and more to easily store and play up to 500 songs from your wrist. garmin allow you to pay for purchases on the go with your cash or cards, and leave your cash and cards at home.
👤The forerunner 745 is my favorite. The battery life is good. I usually don't charge it for 3-6 days. The ability to download songs straight from my deezer or Spotify accounts has been great, allowing me not to carry my phone while I run or lift. The lap tracking is accurate, but I find the pace tracking a bit off. I mostly use it to keep track of my heart rate. Once you get to know the device, theUI is very pleasant to use.
👤I have been training and owning Garmin producers for 15 years. I am not happy with what they offer. The wrist based HRM is wildly inaccurate. Other data on the device is compromised as well if the heart rate is accurate. I decided to return the device because it was so frustrating to pair it with the HRM-Pro. It's impossible to pair a new device to your Connect account. I lost 4 years of data when I had to create a new account to pair this device. I regret buying this, as my 235 was better than the 745. The battery life is remarkable and the quality and feel of the strap and buckle are the only improvements. The function is not recommended.
👤I am pretty sure there are a lot of reviews about this watch, so I don't want to get into details. It's great for cyclists since it has the ability to connect to a Smart Trainer and record power and distance. Nice! If you are looking for a smart watch, look elsewhere. If you're looking for a training tool, look nowhere else. I don't mind the fact that the only music controls it has are pause and play, but the pros of the watch are far better than that. Between 4 and 5 days of usage, the battery life is good. The less battery life is a result of the more gps usage. I don't think anyone will regret this unit. If this one is lost or ruined, I will buy another one.
👤When I decided to switch from running to triathlon, I bought the 745 model. 745 is a big step up in performance. The weight is the same as 745, but they are better looking and faster. More detailed sleep tracking, daily activity tracking (floors climbed), additional cycling tracking (power) and some widgets are provided by 745. Overall a great watch. It's perfect for triathlon.
👤This is the best gift I have ever received. I use it every day and love it. It helps me see my progress and motivates me when I don't feel like running. It helps me run faster. An amazing tool for training.
👤This watch is very disappointing. It measures HR in an incorrect way. It shows 170 on my runs.
👤This is an upgrade from the Forerunner 245. Absolutely love this one. The battery can be charged back up to 100% in less than an hour. The suggested workout feature is nice. I use great running statistics to stay motivated. If you are a skinny woman, you should recommend this. I felt like that one was too heavy on my wrist. This one is much preferred by many.
Gps running watch with training plan. The easy to use running watch estimates heart rate at the wrist and has aGPS to track your pace, distance, intervals and more. You can use the free coach training plans that bring expert, personalized coaching to your wrist. Connected features include smart notifications for incoming texts and calls, automatic uploads to their online community, live tracking and controls for the music playing on your phone. Tracking and safety features include incident detection which sends your real time location to emergency contacts through your compatible phone. There are sports apps for running, cycling, indoor track, treadmill, elliptical, yoga and more. Up to 7 days in the wristwatch mode and 14 hours in the gps mode.
👤The Foreunner 45s are in White. I want to compliment the customer support of the company and give them an A+ rating before I discuss the specifics of the watches themselves. They have always replaced the watches if they can't resolve the watch issues. If you have a difficult technical issue, you can always call Eric, a tech rep that can answer the question and get you on your way. Amazon support is the best in class. I have always found the watches from Garmin to be more accurate. How do I know? My wife's Versa registered almost 4-miles while my wife's Fitbit registered 3.1 miles around the high school track. My wife was upset when I told her she over estimated her runing distances. I told her that I'm just the messenger. The 45s will have a smaller profile at 39mm. I know it will be big enough for an old man to read it on the fly. The accuracy and longevity of the watches made by the company is making them more attractive. I will give you a run down of how it performs during tennis and pickleball matches after I receive my white 45s. Stay informed.
👤After about 4 months, my 45 died. Absolutely dead. Nothing worked. Customer support was the place I contacted them. They will replace it. They sold me back to them at my expense after I shipped the faulty watch. They will not ship me the replacement until they get the piece of shit they sold me. I don't have to pay to send this watch back to them because I didn't use it after 4 months.
👤I bought this watch to track my running workouts. The appearance is great. The height is thinner than older, clunky Garmins, and the diameter is perfect for my medium sized men's wrist. I like how the watch face is always on, but not always visible, with the option to push a button to heighten illumination. Recording a workout is simple, it takes a few minutes to lock on, but start/stop, laps, save, etc. are all easy to do. Once I downloaded the apps to my phone, I could sync my workouts to the Garmin. The heart rate monitor is accurate. The faces are clear. The weather is even told by it. The watch band is too flexible, sometimes hard to thread into the clasp, is my only negative. It might be more rigid. I think this watch is good.
👤I got a 39mm one. I think the smaller the better because I have a small wrist. The screen has a big size that makes it easy to glance over while running. The color was not purple. Still very nice! It was easy to figure out functions. garmin app is required to have your phone and watch in sync. You save and use your phone garmin app when you complete your run or walk. All of your data can be seen. There are many options to upload from there. I have kept this for a few weeks and have run a lot. The battery life was not an issue. Some people complained about the flexible rubber wrist band, but I liked it. You know about the rep of Garmin. I got a watch for my first marathon. Very pleased so far!
You can use your watch to pay for purchases with your cards from participating banks. Personalize your watch with thousands of free watch faces, apps and widgets from their Connect IQ store. There are more than 15 indoor and outdoor sports apps. Keep an eye on how you handle stress by monitoring your fitness level with VO2 max and fitness made estimates. You can get connected features such as smart notifications, automatic uploads, Live Track and more when you have a compatible phone. The battery life is up to 7 days in the wristwatch mode. The display is 1.2 inch in diameter.
👤After owning for over a year and having the newer Vivoactive 4 and Apple Watch 5 just released, it's obvious that the watch is very comfortable and can wear 24/7. If you replace your watchband with a metal quick release one, it looks nice. It doesn't make a loud noise when watching sports. The battery life was not advertised. You get 13 hours of use in gps mode. It's about 10. It's better than Apple Watch. I swim/bike/ride regularly and play soccer. I leave the watch on to track how much I run. The watch records and provides the most important metrics for all of the sports it says it does. The website of Garmin is good. You can see the pace after 200 m/yds if you swim in the pool. Swolf score is one of the metrics given. No problem for me here. You can use the watch to record the ride. It's hard to see while riding. I use mine to broadcast the optical HR to my bike computer and it works great. The gps accuracy is on par with other gps/ohr watches. It's nice to know that I can leave the phone at home and listen to music on a run. I can now download music if I am a Prime member. The watch has a barometric altimeter that does a good job. If you care about the issues with altitude, get the VA3 music, it's important to you. I have more experienced eyes and have trouble seeing in dimmer light, but you can adjust the brightness to compensate. Be careful as bright will affect battery life. It's good and I don't have to worry about seeing what I need to see when running or swimming. I'm big into daily activity and sleep, but it seems to be accurate and good to know. It's just right for me. I can see who's texting and decide to pick up the phone from the watch. I don't need to reply with a watch. Not all credit cards can be linked, but if you have a card that does, the option works well. I was able to use my Wells Fargo ATM card. I guess ok if I need to in a pinch, but not my first choice. They added more cards and I was able to add another visa card. I think this is an excellent watch for the occasional to semi- serious athlete who wants to watch their heart rate during pool swims. It can be used to train for a triathlon or just occasional workouts. The newer VA4 is not worth the extra money. I prefer this watch over Apple Watch 3 because of its battery life.
👤I have had this for over a year and I still love it. The bands have held up, the watch face protectors have saved my watch, and I only replaced it once. Check in for 8 months! I love it! Gym work outs, road workouts, yoga and more are tracked. When I am stressed, I can track my sleep and heart rate. Still love it! I have had this watch for 6 months and wear it daily. I absolutely adore this watch. I researched for months before buying this one. I didn't like the idea of having a gps device and it did the job. I wore FitBit watches left and right before that. They are not built to last. I regret not buying a white watch base for the VivoActive. The battery life is not great. If I don't work out as much, mine will last for 4 days. Since I work from home that is not a big deal. I have to take the cord with me when I travel. Before you go to the airport, take off your watch. It causes me trouble every time. The phone notifications drain the battery. I would like to only give the watch call, text and delivery notifications. All notifications that come to your phone are included in your watch options. I bought different bands for this thing and it is durable. There is no bulk on my wrist because these bands tuck into themselves. I got a nick in the glass of my Garmin because I ordered the door frame too late. The film cover is great, but I forget about it. The cover on the device works just fine. The charging cord is in my car. I am driving and I need to replenish my watch. It charges quickly. The green heart rate lights can be a little loud at night. I am sure there is a way to turn them off, but I am not sure. I downloaded a different face for my watch. I like that I can see everything in one place, and it even shows that I have an alarm set. The calendar view app is great because I can see what I have done. The process of sync can be a bit difficult if you don't sync a few times a week. For a few weeks of data, maybe 5 min. I am very pleased with this device. I wear it all the time.
LiveTrack and Assistance Plus, a feature that connects you to a professional emergency monitoring and response center, is available with an active subscription plan and Category M1 LTE network. You can receive messages from fans during your race, but Assistance Plus is not available in all markets. Multisport modes and metrics allow you to easily do brick workouts and tri races. Bring music for every mile by using music services such as Amazon Music, Deezer, and more to easily store and play up to 1,000 songs from your wrist when you have compatible headphones. Track recovery time, heart rate underwater and much more can be monitored with performance measures adjusted for heat and altitude. If you want to pay for purchases on the go, leave your cash and cards at home and use the Garmin Pay system. Maps on the onboard are full-color. An improved intervals feature includes a rest screen, intervals data page and automatic classification that separates fast and slow time, then keeps track of it.
👤I've had a tracker for years. I started looking for something else when my third one started to fail. It's time to stop using the sleep tracking product from Fitbit. I went for the 955 because of the amazing feature set. I had it for a week. I'm blown away by it's accuracy, ease of use and reliability. It's only been a week, but I'm sold on this watch. The sleep tracking is so accurate that it has never been more than a meter or two off. I don't think it will let me down, even though I haven't gotten into more than 10% of its capabilities. I'm excited to see what the hike can do this weekend. I've installed a couple of free watch faces that are data rich. The dashboard is very detailed. I could never imagine how much information a wrist-based tracker could give me. You can dig into your sleep patterns, movement, Blood Oxygen levels and so much more with it. You can run deep into your runs with heartrate distance. I'm completely sold on this watch. One of the most useful gifts I've ever given myself.
👤I love this watch because it tracks everything very accurately, it looks great, and it explains how to use all the data, as well as a day to day smart watch. I plan to use it as my daily driver for a long time. I can only give it two stars for 2 complaints. There is a bug that renders pool swim workouts useless. You can still track pool swims, but they stop after one lap. It seems like there are a few other bugs that other users are experiencing but this is the only one that affects me. The sleep tracking is awful. It can't tell me when I go to sleep and wake up, and it can't tell me what state of sleep I'm in. The software support seems lazy. I can't give this watch more than 3 stars until these things are fixed.
👤I returned my last watch and this one is my second. When swimming laps, it stops counting and recording yards. Save your money and wait for the bugs to be fixed before you pay $500 for something that stops working after two weeks.
👤The software is buggy as of December 2021. It's annoying to have to turn the watch off and on again after a workout. The software tries to connect to external sensors and drain the battery in less than a day. I would avoid this until Garmin comes out with a more stable software. It is a great watch.
👤I received a gift from my client and ordered 3 watches from Amd. I've been using the apple watch since it was first released. I am happy to switch to garmin. I would recommend athletes for garmin.
👤The perfect companion for a workout. I have been working out for three weeks and my work outs have improved. The Body Battery and training programs are useful for me.
Up to 7 days in the wristwatch mode and up to 24 hours in the gps mode. The Suunto 9 Baro is a multisportGPS watch that features over 80 sports modes, a barometer for accurate altitude info, and a wrist heart rate monitor. This watch is built to last and is great for running, hiking, cycling and more. Get connected by connecting to your favorite sports apps and services from the Suunto app, sharing with your sports communities and access specific training analysis and guidance. Their watches track your activities and sleep to help you keep up with your training and recovery. Over 80 years of high quality heritage craftsmanship, relentless accuracy, and innovative innovation have been brought to the table by the team at Suunto.
👤I wore this watch for five weeks. It was great. Swimming, weight lifting, and uphill running are all included. It was always there for my training needs. The June update came out. I crashed the watch. I sent it to be fixed. I haven't had the watch fixed in a month and a half. There has been a spike in watch returns and I have another two to four weeks to wait. I received a new watch two months later. If you want to save yourself time, you can either use a different watch or not do any updates until they fix their mess up.
👤I really like the look of this watch. I need a watch that can do basic functions for me, but I love the app andUI. I returned this because I wasn't able to get smart notifications to work outside of normal text and calls. The pedometer is not accurate. If you don't walk, your arms will count as if you are walking. I'm pretty disappointed. After months of research, nothing changes the price. I'll come back in a few years if the kinks are worked out. I will purchase a 5x for now.
👤After using this watch for 3-4 runs, it was very Disapointed. I had two of them, the first one was very happy with and the other one was very unhappy with. I upgraded to the Suunto 9 for the longer battery life and other improvements. There seems to be some major issues with this watch. 1. I ran a 100 mile race on my first long run and the Suunto 9 was more than 20% off in distance. I definitely did not turn it off, but it seems the gps function was not active for some reason. I called them and they promised to look into it, but they haven't heard from me in a week. The automated system never called me back after I called again two days ago. Completely unacceptable. I had used the "trail running" activity setting on Strava and it thought I was on a treadmill. The battery lasted more than 24 hours. 2. On my run today, the watch uploaded to Movescount accurately. I did about 90 minutes, 9 miles, or about a 10 min/mile pace with some hills and a couple stops to stretch for a minute or two. When I uploaded the file to strava, it showed my moving time was 27 minutes and my pace was 3:06 per mile. I've never had a level of discrepancy like this before. Is it a bad unit or just a tester? It's hard to know.
👤The 9 G1 Baro is light in weight. I use the watch for hiking and cycling. The battery life has lasted over a week depending on what I am doing. If you decide to buy this watch, I would only recommend you to download the Movescount app to your phone and down load the Suunto app to your phone. I have issues with moving the watch to Movescount on my phone after I sync with the app. The Movescount page can be found if you link your watch to your computer. The Movescount app will be retired by 2020. I haven't tried planning a route yet, but the app looks easy to use. You get what you pay for. This is a high quality tracker. This is a great watch.
Warm heart rate monitoring gives you heart rate all day and night, no additional strap is required. There are helpful vibration alert that notify you of running prompt, activity tracking milestones, smart notifications and virtual pacing progress. A new high resolution display is perfect for viewing indoors or outdoors. Automatic updates, smart notifications, live track, music controls, and auto uploads are some of the things that are smart.
👤I just wear the watch to work, and I couldn't imagine a better watch for a nurse. The battery lasts for over a month when the gps is turned off. "If you're not going to use the super accurate gps, why get a gps?" you ask. 1. The step counter is reliable. When I go on a loop run, I use the watch with the gps both off and on, and the step counter calculates the exact same distance as the gps. I don't really care if the route is in the app or not, I just run a loop. 2. The display is always on. To get the display to turn on, you have to flip your wrist up hard. I need to look at the display when my hands are in weird positions. 3. The clock shows military time or healthcare time. My watch doesn't work. Tsk, tsk, tsk 4. I can set multiple alarms with the alarm. The little running man button has a shift function. You can end your indoor run as soon as you compete your task to be timed. There is no timer on this device. 5. The battery life lasts forever. It's normal to have 8 to 12 weeks. It lasted for 3 months. It's crazy. It lasts less than a day. I don't use all of the great features I don't regularly use because I feel I can't do them justice. If you like, this watch also shows email, text, and weather notifications, has a very awesomeGPS that maps a run on your phone, and a nifty app that allows you to track your sleep. I've used all of the features before, but they're too67531 at work to get a notification when I get some mail. Sleeping with a watch on isn't my jam, even though this watch is reasonably comfortable. This is my long-awaited review of this very useful watch tool.
👤I like this device. The HR monitor ran for 16 days and the battery had 2 bars, so I turned it off when I was exercising. The map of my run was provided to me in the app. I bought a refurbished device that said it was fully charged, but later showed low battery, so I decided to buy a new device. I found out that if I wiggled the charge, it would start charging. It said it was full, but it dropped a bar after less than a day. My new device ran for almost a week before it dropped the first bar and I didn't have to fiddle with the charging port.
👤Purchasing through Amazon is recommended by me. I thought I was, but it was just fulfilled by Amazon and the other companies that charge fees for returns. This is not made for a woman's wrist. I regret buying this item.
👤I wore it for 3 weeks with a short battery life, and the first time I used it, I could see water under the screen. They will not answer or return my calls when I call gps nation twice.
You can use your Amazfit Bip U Pro smartwatch to talk to Amazon. Thanks to integratedGPS, you can track your distance and daily step count. 60+ sports modes and 5 ATM waterproof help you exercise at a higher level. You can wear a fitness watch for swimming and it will record your achievements underwater. The Amazfit Bip U Pro smart watch can provide all-around health tracking, allowing you to accurately track 24 hour heart rate, blood oxygen levels, stress levels, sleep quality, and female menstrual cycle. When fully charged, you can enjoy a 9-day battery life without having to worry about charging. Amazfit Bip U Pro is an ultra-light fitness tracker that weighs 31 grams. The large color screen with 320x302 resolution creates an exquisite visual display, making all incoming calls, messages, and reminders clear. You can get an intelligent little pal to remind you of the incoming calls, text messages, apps, and calendars, alarm clock, weather forecast, and support controlling the music and camera of your phone.
👤I like the watch. I can't use it, so I would give it 5*. I lost the charge. Amazfit doesn't sell chargers. There are several third party sellers on Amazon that sell chargers. I returned both of the two I purchased. I can't find one of those two. I'm attaching a picture of the back of the Bip and my pink BipS. Yep! A circle or square. A circle doesn't fit in a small square because of the different contact points. I called customer support and left a detailed message, but there was no return call for a week. I have searched their site for an email, but I can't find anything that asks how you like the new app. No contact information. How did I get their number? I received support through Amazon. It's not helpful if you get a number to the company. Maybe they can send me an email. They will respond to my comments here.
👤There are a few limitations to this Smart Activity Watch. It should fit the needs of most users. There are a few items that work well and a few that don't. The heart rate sensor does a good job of continuous monitoring. 2. The gps tracking is very accurate and fast. 3. The life of a battery. The watch has amazing battery life, even with continuous heart rate,GPS and notifications turned on. It has only been a week since I started using it. The sleep monitoring is not a strong suite. It does a good job at night. No naps or day time sleeps are recorded. There is no way to record it. There is no update for Amazfit bip or Bip S 5 yet. There are workout modes. I did not try out all the work out modes, but I did find jogging and cycling to be good for you. It has a good collection of watch faces within the app. It is good to know that this is a developer base, since it is not on Apple or Google systems. 7. The display works well in all lighting conditions. It works best under direct sunlight. It is not as bright as an AMOLED. There are 8. There are notifications. The notifications options work well for most users. It works well. I didn't want all app notifications on my watch. It can get annoying. If you are looking for more control on app notifications, this may not be the right choice. The app gives a nice summary of all the key elements of Amazfit, such as HR, steps, calories, and sleep. There are also details in the drill down. The app can be more intuitive with more detailed information. This watch is good for someone who is looking for an activity tracker with decent functions. It's hard to find another with the same amount of features and functions in the same price range.
👤This thing phones home to China and it's comments are for the void of consumers who aren't Linux-using. You have to download their app and create an account to use the watch. There's no way around it. The people on Github who have made scripts to spoof their API haven't found a way around it. * Migrating away from their official app to an open-source one could be much easier. You have to get an Auth key from their server to use your own app. There is a Deleting your account is a nightmare. They don't make it easy to find their portal from a web browser. It's not easy to access customer service. They only speak Chinese and wouldn't help me with the problems I had after I deleted my account. The interface for deletion accounts was broken. It was much more difficult for me because many of their websites and portals were blocking my addresses. It took me a month to complete this process. It makes it possible to use apps like Gadgetbridge, but there has to be better. Trying to deal with Amazfit/Zepp/Mii is going to give you headaches. Sleep tracking is not useful. I bought the watch because of this. Gadgetbridge doesn't seem to support the watch yet. I hope it improves over time as development is very active. * The thing is a brick if you don't track physical activities. Not a lot of active activity besides step counting. You could download Pedometer from SECUSO and get a match in just your phone.
The watch case is 43mm and fits wrists with a circumference of 125-190mm. Up to five-day battery life in the smartwatch mode, and up to six hours in the gps and music modes. The broadest range of all-day health monitoring features keeps track of your energy levels, respiration, menstrual cycle, stress, sleep, estimated heart rate and more. You can easily download songs to your watch, and connect with headphones for phone-free listening, if you have a third-party music provider. With more than 20 indoor and outdoor sports apps, you can record all the ways to move. You can get easy-to- follow, animated cardio, strength, yoga and Pilates workouts on your watch screen.
👤I've been using fitness trackers for several years, starting with the Microsoft Band, Microsoft Band 2, and now the Garmin Venu. I like fitness-focused devices more than smart watches like the Apple Watch or theSamsungGalaxy Watch because I have never really seen the appeal of using a tiny screen on my wrist to read news or navigate a map. It's more important to me that the device tracks my sleep, heart rate, steps and workouts, and that it does all of those things, than it is to install add-ons or apps. I'm quite happy with my Venu after a couple weeks of ownership, but there are a few things that need to be fixed. The battery life is good. With the always on display mode disabled and pulse ox tracking enabled only while sleeping, I'm getting more than five days on a charge. The raise-to-wake function is responsive enough to not bother you, but you can also have the display on during activities only, which provides a compromise between maximum battery life and maximum ease of use. The accuracy of the gps device is generally good. It seems to be a noticeable improvement compared to the Fitbit Ionic, which was pretty good but had a tendency to cut corners. You can change the layout, order and number of screens on the workout display. I haven't made many changes yet, but I like having the option, and I like having multiple screens with several fields per screen, compared to the Ionic's limited selection. It seems like heart rate accuracy is great. DC Rainmaker's tests showed good results and it feels right to me. I like the fitness oriented features like auto step goal, and I haven't yet used the latter. It's one of the few devices that has a touch screen and I still prefer it. When it's raining or you're swimming, the Venu software seems well designed to avoid the problems that can be caused by the finnicky touch on fitness devices. There's no way to stop an activity using the touch screen, which is a common problem on Apple Watches. The watch has built-in support for a lot of different activities, all of which have first-class support on the Garmin Connect website and also sync properly with Strava. The biggest annoyances with the Fitbit Ionic were that it lacked support for skiing and snowboarding, and that the website wouldn't export activities without gps data. In the weatherwidget, phone notifications seem to work reliably. It's nice to have a weather app that works now that the weather app on my device never worked. There are third party apps on the Connect IQ store. I haven't used it yet, but I like the idea of being able to add custom data fields to activities. The price! $400 is a lot of money, especially when you can get an Apple Watch series 3 for less than $200. Although I have a lot of gripes about the watch, it's still a pretty good watch if you don't mind some of the activity-specific limitations. I wouldn't buy into their system now that they've been bought by Google. You can't distinguish between normal bike rides and eBike rides in Connect because there is no eBike activity. Even though it supports many different types of cycling, you can't set this later on the website. Even though other devices with the same gps chip and accelerometer support open water swimming, there is no open water swimming support. I don't think there's any reason this watch couldn't support open water swimming, but it's not a price difference. It feels anachronistic that Apple always releases new WatchOS updates to older devices, and it's annoying that Garmin does this. The software features that could have been included on this device are not included. Since they're licensing these features from FirstBeat, they probably pay more per feature, but at least giving us the option to pay for that extraFunctionality without dropping another $200+ on a Fenix device would have been nice. The Fenix 6 series does not have a glance view. When you're looking for a specific one, scrolling through a lot of different things can be a challenge. The sleep tracking accuracy is not very good. It's more of an art than a science when it comes to determining sleep quality, but it seems that Fitbit is better at it. I get readings from a finger-clip device, and "Body Battery" seems to be useless. There is no way to separate notifications from other apps. You have to manually enable other apps to prevent you from getting dozens of notifications on your wrist, but that is clever by Fitbit, which only defaults to calls and texts and maybe a few others. It's either on or off with the device. The notifications for most apps just show a generic icon based on the app's category, rather than the actual app icon, which is what Fitbit shows. TheGorilla Glass screen doesn't seem to be very strong. Even though I've been taking extra care not to damage my new toy, I have a small scratch on it. Buy a screen guard. The Connect IQ Store app has been broken since I got the watch. The main app is not working. You can install apps from the Connect IQ website. I don't really care about smartwatch apps, but the Connect IQ app ecosystem is not good, and a lot of the apps have poor design. That might seem like a lot of "cons" for a 4-star review, but they're not. The Venu feels like an upgrade from my previous watch, and I would recommend it to anyone looking for a fitness-focused watch at a reasonable price point. $400 is still a bit of money for a smart watch, but the Venu is affordable compared to the MARQ series, and it is still reasonable. If you're looking for a more detailed analysis from a more serious athlete, check out DC Rainmaker's impressions, I won't link to it, but if you search for "Garmin Venu with AMOLED Display: Everything You Ever Wanted", you'll find it
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