Updated 2019 Version High-End Fitness Tracker HR, Activity Trackers Health Exercise Watch with Heart Rate and Sleep Monitor, Smart Band Calorie Step Counter, Pedometer Walking for Men Women Kids

5 out of 5

$29.99

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Make sure this fits by entering your model number.; ✅ Heart Rate & Sleep Monitoring: Built-in the Advanced Nordic 51832 Chip of Updated 2019 Version, minimum size, lowest power consumption, highest integration. Data full accuracy and battery life is longer! Tracks real-time heart rate…

3 reviews for Updated 2019 Version High-End Fitness Tracker HR, Activity Trackers Health Exercise Watch with Heart Rate and Sleep Monitor, Smart Band Calorie Step Counter, Pedometer Walking for Men Women Kids

5 out of 5
  1. anorinth

    For a fitness tracker, this is fairly cheap and robust for the size and price. The tracker does basic readings of steps, pulse, blood pressure, sleep patterns, and physical activity. As far as I can tell, the tracker is fairly accurate in all of the above, however, given the limited routines for physical activity available, it might not be as accurate unless you stick to the regimens it readily provides. It’s comfortable with a long battery life (7-8 days with light activity, 5-6 days if you’re a particularly active person), and is fairly water-resistant to be worn in the shower.The app itself (GloryFit) is a fairly robust app and helps portray meaningful metrics around activity and sleep patterns. Pairing and using the device is pretty easy – just be within range and select the device.Much of the package leaves a bit more to be desired. Both the instructions provided and app are riddled with grammatical and spelling errors that might turn most people off, but if you can look past these, it’s still a fairly good set. The setup with the main touchscreen button is a bit weird, as I’m used to more touchscreen interfaces instead of a singular button. In this case, the tracker uses the button to either cycle on short presses, or select on long presses. The last minor gripe is taking off the band to expose the charging port for the tracker, but the instructions have a fairly nice picture of how to do that.Pros: comfortable; easy to use; low profileCons: directions/app provided are hard to read/interpret; not intuitive to useRecommended Use: for those with a fairly sedentary lifestyle; monitoring of basic vitals

  2. SNO

    This Skygrand is an AMAZING fitness band! I’ve had the clip-on and lanyard pedometers, as well as a Fitbit, and this blows them ALL out of the water! The synching is super easy (and I’m not tech-savvy by any means), and the APP is very user friendly! I just go into my APP and I can see where I am with all my readings all day long! I set my goal to 10K steps a day and as you can see in 3rd pic it shows that I was at 20% with a little over 2K steps taken. I tested the steps, and it seems as though you have to walk about 10 – 12 steps before it starts recording them (which I find that normal with all of them). I can take my blood pressure readings throughout the day and it records all my readings so I can compare them through the day. It shows my heart rate, and so much more (the activities I explained are what I personally use). Charging is a breeze when it needs to be charged, and compared to my Fitbit (I had to charge it every 1-1/2 – 2 days), this Skygrand lasts about 3 – 4 times longer before needing a charge! Also I don’t have to worry about loosing a tiny specialty cord to charge it (I had to pay $23 to replace my charging cord once), the Skygrand fits right into any USB charger (see 5th pic)! I LOVE THIS Fitness Band!!

  3. Elizabeth Graham

    For a fitness tracker, this is fairly cheap and robust for the size and price. The tracker does basic readings of steps, pulse, blood pressure, sleep patterns, and physical activity. As far as I can tell, the tracker is fairly accurate in all of the above, however, given the limited routines for physical activity available, it might not be as accurate unless you stick to the regimens it readily provides. It’s comfortable with a long battery life (7-8 days with light activity, 5-6 days if you’re a particularly active person), and is fairly water-resistant to be worn in the shower.The app itself (GloryFit) is a fairly robust app and helps portray meaningful metrics around activity and sleep patterns. Pairing and using the device is pretty easy – just be within range and select the device.Much of the package leaves a bit more to be desired. Both the instructions provided and app are riddled with grammatical and spelling errors that might turn most people off, but if you can look past these, it’s still a fairly good set. The setup with the main touchscreen button is a bit weird, as I’m used to more touchscreen interfaces instead of a singular button. In this case, the tracker uses the button to either cycle on short presses, or select on long presses. The last minor gripe is taking off the band to expose the charging port for the tracker, but the instructions have a fairly nice picture of how to do that.Pros: comfortable; easy to use; low profileCons: directions/app provided are hard to read/interpret; not intuitive to useRecommended Use: for those with a fairly sedentary lifestyle; monitoring of basic vitals

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