Fitbit Ionic Smartwatch, Charcoal/Smoke Grey

March 26, 2018 - Comment

Keeps tabs on every significant fitness and health indicators, with the Fitbit Ionic Smart Fitness watch – an advanced technologically device which provide accurate wrist-based PurePulse® heart rate measurement, and additional crucial data including: distance, calories burned, active minutes, floors climbed, hourly activity and stationary time. To make things easier, the monitor auto-adjusts settings based

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Keeps tabs on every significant fitness and health indicators, with the Fitbit Ionic Smart Fitness watch – an advanced technologically device which provide accurate wrist-based PurePulse® heart rate measurement, and additional crucial data including: distance, calories burned, active minutes, floors climbed, hourly activity and stationary time. To make things easier, the monitor auto-adjusts settings based on your current activity thanks to the multi-sport mode and SmartTrack- feature, thus there’s no need for switching activities manually. Furthermore, the device can serve as a reliable music player by offering capacity for over 300 songs, whilst the GPS module allows for saving previous routes, and checking distance and pace in real time. It can also by used under water up to 50 metres, and it lasts up to four days with navigation turned on.

Comments

mattcake says:

A step forward, but a £300 step forward? As I own a Fitbit Charge HR and a Fitbit Blaze I guess you could say I’m well versed in the Fitbit environment. I’m more interested in fitness than style and Fitbit has suited that need so far. The Apple watch almost requires you to be invested in Apple products whereas Fitbit are platform independent.I bought the Ionic literally for one reason. The Blaze has ZERO customisation. You’re stuck with Fitbit rolling out new clock faces at a rate of about 1 per 3 months. And the faces…

Amazon Customer says:

Consider alternatives, such as Gear S3 or Gear Sport As far as fitness tracking goes, it’s second to none. Sleep tracking is fantastic, it’s comfy and the fitness elements just work.However, as a smartwatch – it’s sadly Fitbit’s first venture and clearly a poor effort for a £300 watch.- Simple functionalities like controlling your phones media player requires a painful bluetooth “classic” connection, which you have to repair almost every time. Why isn’t this built into the bluetooth LTE?- Very laggy considering…

CN says:

OK but not amazing – get a screen protector! Summary: Good battery life. Tarnishes / scratches easily, interface is clunky, doesn’t support Spotify. The Charge is better value if waterproofing isn’t a dealbreaker for you.I have an Android phone and I’ve been looking for a “proper” smart watch for a while so I was excited when the Ionic was released but I think it’s a bit expensive for what it is.Firstly the strap gave me a burning rash so I had to buy a 3rd party replacement. When I bought the watch it was…

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