PMOLED black-and-white screen; Size- 0.91-inches
43mm x 16.5 mm x 10.3 mm (Body); Wt- 18 gm
Show Time/Date, Smart Alarm Clock, Notifications and Alerts, Caller ID and Call Rejection
Ergonomic Design Comfortably Wraps Around Wrist, Continuous Heart Rate Tracking, Heart Rate, Tracks Steps, Distance, Calories Burned, Sleep Monitoring, Swim Time
3-axis accelerometer, Detached PPG cardiotachometer, Infrared wear sensor
100 mAh (Charging time: About 1.5 hours)
Honor band 3
- Water resistant up to 50m
- Advanced sleep tracking
- Huawei Health App
- Long battery life: Up to 30 days
- Smart notifications
- Heart rate monitoring, You can get a more holistic picture of your health with 24-hour heart rate tracking
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heart rate monitor
I think that every thing works well the way intended. It's not uncomfortable, so it works in that aspect. I like the watch screen, but some things bug me. With my fitbit charge hr, the heart rate was always on, so right when I turned it on I would just see the number. If the watch is constantly monitoring then just have the screen show it and then i don't have to make that extra tap. Also, the heart rate screen shouldn't say "Please stay still", it just makes it look ugly and im not going to stand still when I'm exercising and curious to see what my heart rate is. Also, the timer and stopwatch should be functions of their own. Also, the screen switches shouldn't ask you if you want to cancel, they should just cancel. That way it's just a more fluid experience for the user. Other than that, I think it's nice for the money, and it works for what I use it for (running, swimming, calories, time, simple stuff). If they would revise some of the things I mentioned, I think that it would be a perfect device.
Good fitness tracker, average/flawed running device
I have had the Band 3 Pro for a 2 months and have tested the features fairly thoroughly in that time. The device has received one firmware update during this period. I bought it to replace a Tom Tom runner 2 which was a much more running focused device.In short it is good for fitness and activity tracking but falls short as a running device.Firstly the PROsValue for money: Great if you are looking for a fitness tracker that also includes GPS functionality.Battery life: Good (5-6 days) with continuous heart rate monitoring turned off and some GPS use. This drops to around 4 days with heart rate on sensor turned on all the time.GPS: It is accurate in my experience with fairly quick acquisition of signal.App: This is pretty easy to use and displays data well but could do with some improvmentsCONs, based on my usage and experienceSleep tracking: It will record time spent reading in bed before sleep or after waking as sleep.Heart rate monitoring: The device is accurate in my experience at moderate intensity levels but at high intensity it is unreliable. For me this is above 170-175 bpm, the device will sometimes show a decrease in heart rate when intensity is high like pushing hard up the last hill of a running race.Displayed Pace: When running one metric shown is current pace/km or mile. This information is Garbage. It is embarrassingly inaccurate and does not match at all with the actual average pace of a run. The graph shown in the app displays what the watch records and a fit for this data would not match the actual time/distance average(see attached example)V02 Max estimate: This may be incorrect due to using calculation based on the above pace and heart rate issues. I have a displayed estimated V02 max of 49 and the app suggests a possible 10km time of 50+min based on this value. However after running a 10km in 45min the app still estimates a V02 max of 49.Altitude: The app and device do not seem to support altitude data. It is useful to be able to overlay the elevation profile of a run to the speed or to compare running routes. This is an odd omission in my opinion.In summary it is a cheap device that falls short of my expectations as a runner but in day to day use it performs well.
La construcción es buena.
en sentido general está bien construida, ajusta bien a la mano y no es incómoda. por otro lado su desempeño en cuanto a la pantalla no es el mejor es un poco lenta en la sección de notificaciones, no permite retroceder de manera fluida.
Decent until Fitbit Charge 3 gets GPS
I wanted a tracker with built on GPS and this fits the bill. The workout HR is very small for older eyes. Everything, including the software app is just a little weaker than the Fitbit charge 3 I returned, but fitbit didn't have built in GPS.
"RAH HERE RAH HERE"
Thoroughly creeped out by the find my phone feature. It sets the stage for embarrassment if you misplace your phone in public which I suppose teaches you to not lose it.Otherwise decent. Screen is a bit touchy but just as accurate as my old Fitbit.
Works best best with android os
Great smart watch for the price. When I first got it I had an iPhone and it worked ok but I then got a Samsung phone and wow it opened up a whole bunch more features it keeps its charge for a few days good buy
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