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AMAZFIT Bip Glonass GPS Heart Rate Sport Fitness Tracker Watch 1.28" Screen 32g Ultra-Light IP68 Waterproof 45day Standby (Black)
- GPS + GLONASS dual positioning
- Sleep monitoring Carefully monitor your sleep quality
- Heart rate monitor Considerate monitor contact designed on the behind of the watch, take care of your health anytime and anywhere
- Bluetooth 4.0 Connected with mobile phone App, stable, fast and super low consumption
- 1.28 inch with 2.5D Corning Gorilla Glass + AF coating film reflective colorful screen Best suitable screen size with high definition picture displaying gives you great experience
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Waterproof Grade:Professional Waterproof
Function:Compass,Alarm Clock,Push Message,Passometer,Message Reminder,Sleep Tracker,Heart Rate Tracker,Fitness Tracker
APP Download Available:Yes
Application Age Group:AdultSIM Card
Screen Size:1.28 inch
Case Material:2.5D Corning gorilla glass 3 generation +AF coating
Bettery Life:45 days without GPS
System:Android 4.4 and above/IOS 8 and above
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If you are migrating from wear or apple, this probably won't live up to expectations. It's confusing which app to use to control it and change faces etc. I use mi fit and now leave it at that, because some of the other (and there are tons) apps seem a bit dodgy, kill the battery, are hard to connect, have aweful interfaces or all of the stated.
Pro- almost has a long batty life. I don't know if it's a full 30 days, but it's close. Mostly. Unless you use it. And do not put a new watch face on it all bets are off- some killed it in a few days.
Cons- it's a touchscreen, but not a good one. The interface isn't wear or apple, and it's not even pebble. You get notified of messages etc, but that's it. You can't reply, or open the app. You can't control music, turn down the screen, or find apps for it. You can apparently use alipay- which probably won't help outside Asia. You don't tap the screen to wake it, you use the button. It's a nice screen, if screens are your thing.
While this will do while I work out which wear watch I want, it's just a filler.
It's ok for the $100AU but if you want a smart watch, maybe save it towards a real one, if you want a feature watch, this might do.
The GPS tracks very accurately when compared with the odometer on my bike and Strava.
There are a couple of important things to note about this watch. Firstly you need to download BOTH the Mi-Fit and Notify & Fitness for Amazfit (NaFA) apps. It took a little bit of fiddling around with the apps to get it set up the way I like but from then on the app has worked well. The NaFA app allows you to sync data with Strava. HOWEVER there seems to be a significant bug when it transfers the data because a 20km rides appears as a 20,000km ride in Strava with an average speed of 900kph! I got around this by exporting the data as a GPX file and then uploading it to Strava. When you do this it's very accurate indeed. In fact it's more accurate and reliable than the GPS in my Sony mobile.
There is an abundance of info that the watch produces. It automatically tracks steps, heart rate and calories.
It vibrates when I've been sitting for more than an hour to remind you to get up and walk around.
When connected through Bluetooth, calls and texts appear on the watch face and it vibrates. This has notified me that a call is coming in when I didn't hear the phone ring while in a noisy environment.
Battery life is pretty good. Obviously this depends on a number of factors including whether it's connected to Bluetooth, sample rate of heart rate and how much you use the backlight on the screen. The biggest drain on the battery is the GPS. Without that the battery would last about 2 to 3 weeks. I've only charged it a couple of times in the month or so that I've had it.
Apart from the errors with the app when it transfers to Strava, so far this watch is great. I did a lot of research into many other watches on the market before I bought this, and this offers the best value for money by far. It doesn't have some of the features of the others but they are things that I don't need anyway.