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Fitbit Sense Advanced Health Watch with EDA and Stress Management Tools, Temperature Tracking and Heart Health Insights – Carbon/Graphite

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  • The EDA Scan app detects electrodermal activity which may indicate your body's response to stress
  • An on-wrist skin temperature sensor logs yours each night so you can see how it varies
  • Personalised health and fitness guidance with a free 6-month trial of Fitbit Premium
  • Sophisticated polish on a stainless steel ring and a seamless fit with upgraded infinity band design
  • High and low heart rate notifications alert you if yours seems above or below your average

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Meet Fitbit Sense—the advanced watch that helps you tune in to your body and guides you toward better health. Track your heart health right from your wrist, detect and manage stress, better understand your sleep quality and even keep an eye on patterns in your skin temperature. Plus, Sense unlocks a 6-month free trial of personalised guidance and advanced insights from Fitbit Premium for new users.

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Reviewed in Australia on 22 June 2021
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Reviewed in Australia on 19 July 2021
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Reviewed in Australia on 10 December 2021
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Reviewed in Australia on 12 January 2022
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5.0 out of 5 stars FitBit
By Arya - Be Autism Aware on 12 January 2022
Purchased as a gift for a friend to replace his 5 year old FitBit Iconic.
He loves the new one and said the screen is much nicer to look at and it is a lot easier to navigate.
It pretty much does what his old one used to do but its just a lot nicer.
he does not want to join Fitbit to use the spo2 or other features (as he wasnt paying for that before with the Iconic) so he is just using the features that are available without the membership.
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Reviewed in Australia on 23 August 2021
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Reviewed in Australia on 25 October 2021
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2.0 out of 5 stars It broke after acouple months I didn't do anything to it
By stephanie Flores on 25 October 2021
It broke after acouple months I paid alot for it I didn't bang it on anything or anything like that
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5.0 out of 5 stars Ignore the bad reviews this is a wonderful watch
Reviewed in Canada on 1 October 2020
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Alok Kumar
5.0 out of 5 stars Quite a gift to yourself this Christmas!
Reviewed in India on 14 December 2020
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5.0 out of 5 stars Quite a gift to yourself this Christmas!
Reviewed in India on 14 December 2020
Review updated after more than a month of usage:
Summary: If you have been oscillating between sense and apple watch 6 series, go for sense - battery life is what sealed the deal for me. Amazing beautiful watch - perfect companion for a journey to good health.

1. Great battery life - I have been using this watch full blast with always on display and using the EDA sensor at least thrice a day, and installing and uninstalling so many watch faces. Third straight day, and the battery is still there.
Edit: In a month I installed so many apps and watch faces and have now stabilised with select 5. Battery performance is superb. On weekends I forget to charge and it is cool.
2. The EDA/ stress sensor: Very responsive. I checked the EDA scan feature a few times. It actually gave more EDA responses when I was a little stressed. Seems like a very handy tool for me - especially because I have had stress related issues in the past. It is a perfect companion for my daily meditation and Yoga practice too.
Edit after a month usage: EDA/ stress sensor is good but it doesnt tell you anything you dont know already.
For future edit: At times, I feel restless and anxious - and I calm myself by taking a quick walk around. Will check what the EDA scan says at that time. Will update - still havent faced the issue again.
3. Heart rate tracker - It is fitbit's best. And fitbit is already the best out there in HR tracking. So no further comments.
Edit after a month: At times while exercising, I feel there is a lag in the heartbeat numbers. Or maybe that's how our hearts work - they take some seconds before they can fire up. :) Will keep an eye on this.
4. Notifications: Using with iPhone. Everything as expected. If it could show a preview of the image in messages, it would have been awesome! I did see this discussion happening in the fitbit developer forum - so I guess it is in the works.
Edit after a month: Still no news on image in notifications. I don't mind this though.
5. Step tracking - Precise.
6. Sleep tracking - Sweet.
Edit after a month: One of the most used features for me - everyday sleep score tracking is really helping me with my stress management. Recently got an 'excellent sleep' badge tag - for the first time in my 2 years of fitbit usage (wore Inspire HR earlier - that also tracked sleep)
7. Band is too light - I have upgraded from fitbit inspire HR. Had used an after market stainless band for that - compared to that, the sense band is thin air. While sleeping, I tend to forget I am wearing the sense.
8. Special tid-bits that I loved:
a. It has a smart alarm feature - which wakes you up before your alarm if you complete a sleep cycle within half an hour of your upcoming alarm. This makes you wake up fresh af, instead of groggy - like the regular alarms do, if you are in the middle of your sleep cycle. Neat.
b. Amazing watch-faces. A lot of free options to choose from. The one which allows personal photos to be put up as a watch face is cool. I bought a chronograph one for 1 dollar. Can change accent color as per my clothing. Pretty cool. Too many amazing watch faces.
Edit after a month: Too many sweet free watch faces. Paying a dollar wasnt worth the purchase I made a month ago. :D
c. Many knick-knack apps you can install and try on. I like the weather app and the news app. Guess more will be coming soon. Flipboard doesnt work yet - guess it will work in future.

Special trick: Made the ECG work in India by just changing the location to US in the app profile. No VPN required. Works like a charm! What an easy way to hoodwink the policy loopholes - guess it was designed that way - makes one an accomplice in cheating the policy, though. Smart.
1. It is not apple smart watch. I know brand 'apple' is a deciding factor for many. This is not apple - but the build quality looks as good. Will have to see how this thing wears down over next few months/ years.
2. Fitbit premium app : The free version of the app shows almost all the metrics (except a few detailed explanations, like the stress score details, monthly trends of sleep parameters etc.). While the sense comes with a 6 months membership of the premium part of the app, I would not really want to spend some 849 rs per month post 6 months of buying a 30k smartwatch! Fitbit guys - you need to curb your greed! Guess when google takes fitbit over, this issue will be sorted out.
Will update the review after a month of usage - DONE. Edited above.
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1.0 out of 5 stars ひとつの欠点が自分にとって致命的
Reviewed in Japan on 10 October 2020
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5.0 out of 5 stars おおかた満足、ただオプションに注意点あり
Reviewed in Japan on 9 October 2020
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4.0 out of 5 stars Nice watch!
Reviewed in Canada on 29 October 2020
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4.0 out of 5 stars Nice watch!
Reviewed in Canada on 28 October 2020
This is a very nice smartwatch with a lot of positives. If you are looking at the Sense you are probably looking at an Apple watch as well. Hopefully, I will be able to help you make up your mind after reading this review.

Let me start off by saying that I currently own an Apple watch (Series 4) and absolutely love it. I am a watch collector and never thought I would wear the Apple watch as much as I do. I have 30+ watches and since I bought the Apple two years ago, I very rarely wear the others at all. That is saying something! Since I got the Fitbit, I have been “geeking out” and wearing one on each wrist. Yeah, I know, I look like an idiot. I just wanted to test out the two side-by-side and couldn’t think of a better way to do it. Note: While reading the review, keep in mind that the Sense is more comparable to the newer Series 6 so consider this when making your decision.

Battery Life *****
The Fitbit has a fantastic battery life. I can squeeze about a day and a half out of the Apple, but I can easily get twice that with the Fitbit. Keep in mind I have the Fitbit set to constant on. If I took that setting off, I should get close to a week. My Series 4 doesn’t have the constant on setting, but Apple claims 18 hours for the Series 6 with this setting. The Fitbit definitely wins this one.

Steps/Activity/Sleep ****
The Fitbit tracks all my activity as well as the Apple and I like the sleep tracking better on the Sense. It gives me more information than the Apple and the fact that I don’t have to wake up and charge it before leaving the house is a definite plus. With the Apple, I have to make sure I put it on the charger after I wear it through the night or it won’t make it to the end of the day. Another win for the Fitbit when you take the sleep tracking into account.

Sensors ****
I am giving the Fitbit a 4 here, but I found the Apple does a better job with my heart rate. I have a chest strap I use for working out and the Apple was pretty much dead on with the chest strap. I found the Fitbit to be a bit “laggy” when it came to giving me instant feedback for my heart rate. When selecting my workout, I also found the Apple had more workout options compared to the Fitbit. I did find the Fitbit more accurate when it came to counting my flights of stairs however. The oxygen sensor on the Fitbit is also a nice plus and since the Series 4 doesn’t have this option I can’t really do a comparison. The Sense also as a skin temp sensor and an EDA sensor that measures stress levels. I found I didn’t really use either that much, but you may find these valuable. I do like the fall down feature on the Apple which the Sense does not have. This is especially a good feature for anyone who lives alone or has issues with balance. The watch will dial 911 and the contacts you set up if you are immobile for any amount of time. Overall, both watch sensors work well and each has plenty of extras. Depending on your needs you may like some features better than others, but I would have to say this one is pretty close.

Apps/Extras ***
Since I am using an iPhone, this gives an unfair advantage to the Apple watch and the apps/watch faces are simply better than those on the Fitbit. For example: I use Golfshot+ (recommended) on my phone/watch and it is excellent. Unfortunately, I could only find one app for golf on the Sense and I was not impressed. Notifications from my various devices (MyQ, Skybell, Blink cameras, etc.) are great on my Apple, but nonexistent on the Fitbit. The wallet also works better on the Apple watch as well. Fitbit in Canada supports Visa/Mastercard, but not Amex as of yet. I can also add music to my Apple watch, but cannot add any on the Fitbit. You can only get music on the watch with a $13.50 CAD premium subscription. Fitbit does give you 6 months for free though. Even though I am not a huge fan of Siri, it does work better than Alexa on the watch. If I was using an Android phone, maybe it would work better. Another issue I had was answering texts and phone calls. With the Apple, I can return texts and answer phone calls on the watch itself. Unfortunately, you can only respond to texts on the Sense if you have an Android phone. Finally, watch faces are another thing Apple does better. While there are plenty of really nice third party watch faces for the Sense, you pretty much have to pay for most of them. With Apple they are all free and you can tweak them to your liking. Apple definitely wins this one. In all fairness, since I didn’t pair this with an Android, I am still giving the watch three stars in this category.

Comfort/Straps/etc. ****
The Sense, like the Apple, is very comfortable to wear. They are both very light and you don’t even know they are on your wrist. In fact, when I first switched to a smartwatch, I found this took a bit of getting used to as I always wore a watch that had some weight. Unlike a traditional watch, the straps on the two watches are very easy to change so you can quickly go from sport to dress with no tools required. Both are also easy to read and manipulate when opening apps, changing faces, etc. I’d have to say this is a tie. However, I do like the crown on the Apple better than the button on the Sense and I did find the Apple to be “snappier” during everyday use.

Overall, this is an excellent watch. There is certainly a lot to like and it costs $100 less than the 40mm Series 6 Apple. If you have an Android phone, I think this is probably the one to buy. Since I am using an iPhone, I find the Apple watch integrates better and can do more when it comes to apps, calls, etc. I suppose it really boils down to what you want to do with the watch. Both work very well and if you own an iPhone the decision may be a bit more difficult. After wearing it for a couple of weeks, I have really gotten used to the Sense and I am especially fond of how much better it is in the battery department. I may just have to keep wearing both.


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