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Amazfit Bip S Fitness Smartwatch, 40 Day Battery Life, 10 Sports Modes, Heart Rate, 1.28'' Always-On Display, Water Resistant, Built-in GPS, Carbon Black

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  • Amazfit Bip S Fitness Smartwatch comes with a whopping 40 day long battery life on a single charge of 2.5-hours.
  • 10 Sport Modes Tracking (Treadmill, Outdoor Running, Cycling, Yoga, etc) with 5 ATM water resistant so you can take it for a swim.
  • Built-in GPS to track daily step count, distance traveled, calories burned, and sleep quality.
  • BioTracker PPG Heart Rate Monitor provides high-precision continuous heart rate tracking, warning and interval values.
  • Highly colorful always-on display with easily readable outdoors even under bright sunlight. True bright colors with 64 Gamut..Get notifications for emails, SMS messages, and incoming phone calls as well as alerts for Facebook, Twitter, weather forecasts, etc..Compatible with both Google Android and Apple iOS.

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The Amazfit Bip S is comfortable to wear everyday thanks to its 11.4mm sleek body. The 30-day battery life and 30g weight make it the perfect smartwatch for everyday use!

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Reviewed in Australia on 22 March 2021
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João Vilhena
5.0 out of 5 stars Bateria durável, leve, confortável, bom dispositivo para medições de atividade física
Reviewed in Brazil on 13 November 2020
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5.0 out of 5 stars Vale o que é pago.
Reviewed in Brazil on 18 November 2020
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5.0 out of 5 stars Vale o que é pago.
Reviewed in Brazil on 17 November 2020
Gostei do produto. Tomo banho com ele todo dia. GPS muito preciso. Bateria durou 10 dias com monitoramento cardíaco 1 min, uso do GPS 7 dias por 1 hora.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A buggy but still excellent budget fitness watch
Reviewed in Canada on 10 August 2021
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4.0 out of 5 stars A buggy but still excellent budget fitness watch
Reviewed in Canada on 9 August 2021
I apologize for this long review! But if you are very interested in this watch and are about to pull the trigger, please read on so that you make an informed decision.

I just needed a cheap fitness tracker / smartwatch to count my steps and help me stay in shape during the pandemic. This seemed to be the one. I had to weigh the Pros and Cons vs other fitness trackers, and it came down to the Bip S and the Bip U Pro. Both the Bip S and Bip U Pro have GPS, which was a main requirement for me for biking and walking. However, the U Pro has a higher resolution LCD screen, but it is not easy to see outdoors and also its higher resolution leads to a lower battery life AND no always-on display (AOD). The AOD is a convenience because you don't have to keep touching the watch or twisting the wrist to activate the display. This especially becomes important when you’re biking and want to see your workout stats in real-time. The Bip S, on the other hand, has unrivalled battery life, an always-on transflective display, and can very easily be seen outdoors, even in sunny weather. These were the deal breakers for me against the Bip U Pro, so I went with the Bip S which was a few dollars cheaper as well. (EDIT: I’ve now discovered the Bip U Pro is boxier looking, and, it won’t show the subject in iOS notifications. So your calendar or reminders will show the time but not the actual description of the event. That’s a showstopper to me.)

The Bip S has really motivated me to stay active, and it helps when I can see the number of steps I've walked, right on the watch face.

Since my last full charge about 2 day ago, I am at about 84%. This includes some biking and walking with the GPS, a few elliptical workouts, uploading of watch faces, a few manual heart-rate readings, and notifications from my phone. (EDIT: After 6 days the battery went down to 57%, but I have been using the GPS every day except for one day. On that day the battery only went down by 2-3%!) That's not bad, and I don't need to worry about charging every other night. Keep in mind that if you are using the GPS for about 20 minutes (cycling, running) it will use up around 4% of battery.

The watch syncs with the Zepp app on iOS/Android, which is done every time you open the Zepp app. Zepp also integrates with the Apple Health app if you connect Zepp for step tracking and heart rate monitoring. Additionally, the app can automatically upload your workout data to the Strava social media app for cyclists/runners!

For step tracking, I have to sync the watch with the Zepp app, which automatically syncs it with Apple Health. One important thing to know is that Apple Health is able to distinguish the steps that were taken with the iPhone's built-in step tracker from those that were taken with the watch. So even if you are walking with both the watch on your wrist and the iPhone in your pocket, the steps will be counted correctly after synchronizing the watch with Zepp, and you won't have double counts. Just ensure in Apple Health that the Zepp app is added to the Data Sources section and is prioritized to the top of the list. The Health app will check which steps were taken by the Bip S and then will subtract the conflicting steps that were taken at the same time by the iPhone's own step tracker. I believe that's how it works, since it's been logging the correct number of steps so far in Apple Health.

There are various workout modes on the watch. You start a workout, such as biking or walking or elliptical, and it starts a timer and shows your heart rate in real time, as well as other metrics such as current speed. This is really cool especially when you're biking and you can watch your heart rate go up and down. The GPS feature during walking/biking shows the path on your watch after you are done your workout (it won't show the map, just the path. See the photo I included). It's cute but it's also a nice feature to have. When synced with the Zepp app, the app superimposes this path onto a real map of your location. Hence, I can even leave my phone at home while I bike, while the watch's GPS logs my movement. Keep in mind that the GPS is not a satellite navigation like Google Maps or Apple Maps; it just logs co-ordinates that are used later with the app, and likely also assists with calculating speed and other metrics during a workout.

One really, really good thing about the workout mode is that the always-on display shows the workout activity throughout its execution. So the screen will not go back to the home screen, and when seen outdoors during the day there’s no need to turn on the backlight either! This contrasts with other smart watches that require you to press the button or raise your wrist to turn on the display to see the activity while you’re running. Some watches with AMOLED always-on displays go back to the home screen during a workout too, requiring a button press to switch to the workout screen.

Sleep tracking seems to be enabled all the time, because even without the heart rate monitoring enabled I noticed it detected I had slept while wearing it, and gave me some info about my sleep on the Zepp app. I then enabled heart rate detection every minute to get more accurate stats. The sleep tracker will give you info about your Light Sleep and Deep Sleep stages, although it is not without issues. For example one night I had gotten out of bed twice and it thought I had awoken after the first time, and stopped tracking my sleep instead of continuing after I went back to bed. Otherwise it’s been fine as long as I don’t get out of bed too much and only sleep during the nighttime. It didn’t detect a lunch-hour nap.

Regarding the heart rate sensor, I thought it was not that useful to turn the monitoring on (other than during workouts), until I discovered that the PAI score relies on heart rate data. So that’s why I have turned on the heart rate checking for every minute. There has been extensive research done for the PAI study and it seems to be a good motivator and indicator for fitness. Other smartwatch companies are integrating the PAI analysis as well. I’m glad it’s included in this watch.

Another thing that is really handy is a reminder every hour that buzzes me to "Get up and move" if I've been a couch potato or working too long on the PC.

Overall this has been a very nice experience and now I'm thinking of selling off all my regular watches. However, it doesn't mean it's perfect, there are various things that could be improved on. Here are some things I observed in the first few days:

1) The stopwatch and countdown timers do not show the current time of day. On the other hand, if you use a Workout mode instead of the stopwatch, the current time is shown at the top of the display in a small font.

2) Notifications show limited information. In a text message you won't see emojis, they are replaced by strange characters. Also, for reminders or app notifications, the title is shortened. The message body also shows limited info, although it is sufficient for short messages.

3) The 'Do Not Disturb' setting on the watch does not use the phone's Do Not Disturb times. So if your phone is set to not notify during sleep hours, your watch will still alert you, unless you turn on Do Not Disturb manually on the watch. Then you have to turn it back off in the morning. (My watch face shows a Do Not Disturb mode indicator, so it's easy to know when it's being used.) There is also an "Auto" Do Not Disturb setting on the watch but it relies on the sleep tracker feature, which would require you to sleep with it.

4) There are various language bugs in the watch. One is the weather display for Tuesday, which shows up as "Tus" instead of "Tue". A funnier bug is in the 1-kilometer alert during a Walking Workout, where it inserts a Spanish word(!) into the alert... "Velocidad." See the photos I attached.

5) The weather feature has a frequent bug where the first page, the one with the current weather, is missing! A restart of the watch will not fix it. I had to resync the watch a couple times with the Zepp app to fix it; although I think I also had to manually change the weather location. (EDIT: If you manually set the city rather than automatically detect it, it seems to work fine.)

6) In the PAI screen there is a glitch where the text is overlapping with the numbers if you achieved your target. Not sure how they missed that one (see the attached photo).

Nonetheless, these are not major issues, but still gives you an indication the developers need better quality control. Similar small issues are seen on the app but are not showstoppers. I have submitted bug reports for some of them, which I hope will be addressed in a future firmware update.

This is really a nice watch, and at a great price. I do wish it had a higher resolution screen though, but that’s the compromise for better battery life and always-on display. The fact it has GPS, very good battery life and outdoor viewing is a giant plus for me. I only really needed a watch with step tracker, but now I’m really getting into the PAI stuff which I discovered from this watch, and hence doing more workouts. I'm really enjoying it and my health is on its way to improving.


UPDATE after about 5 weeks:

There is a GPS bug that appears to happen every couple of weeks. When you go on a running or cycling workout and enable the GPS, the path that gets plotted afterward is not correct. The GPS seems to drift off somewhere else so that it shows the wrong location. For example, the other day I cycled for about 20 minutes and then I decided to do a 180 degree turn and head back to my origin. When I viewed the plot, somehow the GPS had drifted off about 1km north from the point I turned around. The GPS plot of the ride back had the path shifted about 1km north. To remedy this issue both times I had to turn off the watch and turn it back on. It would be fine in a subsequent ride. Perhaps a software glitch on the watch caused this. But it looks like I will have to do a power cycle of the watch every week or so to prevent this from happening again.

UPDATE (October 2021):

I’d like to say this watch was my gateway drug to smartwatches. I purchased an Apple Watch 7 afterward and have not looked back. Of course the Apple Watch is a much better experience but it comes with a price and only lasts up to 2 days. The Bip S is now being worn by my wife and she enjoys using it for her workouts and for checking the time throughout the day.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good Activity Tracker with Decent Smart watch functions
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5.0 out of 5 stars Cracking watch at a great price.
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