FITFORT Fitness Tracker with Blood Pressure HR Monitor – 2019 Upgraded Activity Tracker Watch with Heart Rate Color Monitor IP68 Pedometer Calorie Counter and 14 Sports Tracking for Women Kids Men

4 out of 5
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Make sure this fits by entering your model number.; [ Not just about Your Fitness, Also about You ] Just imagine the Fitness wristband as an electronic finger on the pulse, constantly measuring your vitals, heart pressure, heart rate, quality of sleep, step count and more. And also serves as your…

3 reviews for "FITFORT Fitness Tracker with Blood Pressure HR Monitor – 2019 Upgraded Activity Tracker Watch with Heart Rate Color Monitor IP68 Pedometer Calorie Counter and 14 Sports Tracking for Women Kids Men"

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    I have an apple watch and so this is not an apple watch – but at this price point – who cares. Both are paired to an iPhone XS max. That said, this tracker works very well. Time and heartbeat accuracy match the watch. It appears to track efficiently and accurately.I really do like the addition of the BP measurement. I have yet to compare it to a BP cuff, but it’s probably close enough.Now where it does seem pretty impressive is the software that allows you to monitor all of this.Sleep tracking in this pic is off, but sleep tracking seems pretty accurate. I like the ability to track deep/light sleep, and the initial reading seem accurate. BP tracking and trend lines is kind of cool.If you pair it to an iPhone – you can track info via the health app.Additionally you have have SMS,and call alerts go to the tracker watch as well if you wish.And you don’t have to charge it much – at day 2 it still says 97% battery.It won’t replace the apple watch, but this is great backup/supplement to the watch.Price performance compared to the competition – this is a clear win.

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    I bought this watch at the same time I purchased a Fitbit Versa. I have a cardiac condition which prevents me from working out in extreme temperatures, so I opted to purchase an auxiliary watch with GPS, to use on the few nice days a year I can walk/run outside. I didn’t really care about all of the other features. After testing both watches at the same time, I have opted to return the Fitbit. Theoretically, the Fitbit has a few more features, but none of them actually work well, if at all. The Fitfort tracked my sleep patterns automatically every night, while the Fitbit recorded one night and gave up. Everything about the music feature is frustrating, from the incompatibility issues, to the slow music transfers because the watch does not want to stay synced. Not to mention, the step counter is wildly inaccurate and the heat rate monitor works sporadically. The reason I bring all of this up is that a feature is worthless if it does not work properly or it’s a massive struggle to get to work. The Fitfort may not have on board music or fancy watch faces (you can choose from a few, but they aren’t much different) but it is simple to set up, simple to operate, and it is ready out of the box with exception of the blood pressure monitor. That will need calibration and you have to do it several times to get it to be accurate. It isn’t difficult, however. You just need access to a blood pressure cuff, which may be an issue for some. As far as the other features go, it really has everything you need and testing it with a blood pressure cuff and taking my pulse, it’s far more accurate than the Fitbit. I figured for the price, it would not amount to much, but it’s a great little watch. I do think they could expand the app a little more and it would be nice if they got someone who speaks a little better English to write the English version. Most of it is fine, but there are some spots where odd placement of words makes context difficult. The watch band catch also needs to be made smaller so the excess stays in place. Regardless of any of the small drawbacks, I would buy this watch again and other products from this company. You really can’t beat the functionality, for the price.

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    Update: I am upgrading to 5 stars. The seller contacted me and customer support seems great. They acknowledge that the app should be even better and they are working on it. I look forward to improvements. Used it today for Botha heavy workout and a run. Tracked great.This fitfort fitness tracker has surprised me. My wife has a fitbit and this little guy keeps up just fine. I have used the blood pressure feature several times a day for the last few days, along with a traditional cuff and each time it comes to within a couple of points. The heart rate monitor is dead on and the sleep tracker seems to align with my wife’s fitbit. I used the fitbit to compare overnight. The one thing that would make this a 5-star rating is an improvement to the tracking output on the app. A more in-depth view of sleep data would be great. I have showered with this tracker with no issues. The battery is at 4 bars 4 days later, amazing battery life. The screen is easy to read, the app easy to use, and between the two make it easy to control the watch. I am impressed and can find no reason (yet) to spend the money for a fitbit. Great product.

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