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Amazon Price: N/A $67.64 You save: $2.35 (3%). (as of March 21, 2018 3:16 am –
much better than I expected for $70, compared to a Garmin sports watch that costs 3 times as much
89 people found this helpful.
I have a Garmin Vivioactive HR sports watch and my girlfriend has a Huawei Band 2 Pro. These 2 watches have some similar specs (and some much different). I borrowed hers for a couple of days (wearing both on one wrist) to try compare them. I connected both to my Samsung S6 smartphone.
impressive features. stylish. works well!
39 people found this helpful.
So far I am very impressed with this device. I have been researching trackers now for a few years and I had never found one that met all of my spec requirements. I was willing to spend $300+ for one. All of the previous trackers I have liked or used were either missing one feature, or they would be a watch/major phone electronic device which I didn’t want on my wrist. The fact that it was only $69 was an incredible plus, but was not the only thing that has impressed me about it:
Finally! Four and 1/2 Stars
5 people found this helpful.
Fitness bands are personal so reviews are mostly subjective based on needs and expectations. My needs are simple for such an item: very accurate step count, detailed sleep info, easy and consistent bluetooth connection to phone, easy, automatic firmware updates, waterproof, light and comfortable, long battery life, easy to read with plenty of info, emails and message alerts with some details, great android apps.
Good form, fit and function at a reasonable price
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I switched from a Fitbit Charge 2 to the Huawei Band mainly because of integration with Apple Health and the fact that I can monitor heart rate while swimming . Performance is equal to or in some instances (like being water proof) better than the competition at a fraction of the cost. Even the wrist band has a better fit and feel to it. With continuous heart rate monitoring (24/7) the battery lasts at least 5 days for me. Have not tried the integrated GPS, but I would expect that to eat through battery at a very high rate as highlighted by the company.
First Activity Tracker
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I got this basically for the TruSleep function. So far, I’m impressed. It’s nothing like a non-wearable, expensive sleep monitor but covers a lot; total sleep time, REM, Delta sleep (important!), Light sleep, Awake, etc. The Huawei Health app is very detailed with the TruSleep readout and graph information. Looking to read about all the features on this unit, I found that the little quick start guide that come with it was not very good. But the “help” function when you download the Huawei Wear app is better. Battery life seems good so far but no comparison with any other fitbit-like devices as this is my first. Got 9 days out of the 1st charge cycle trying out the heart rate monitor always on feature just for a few day and turning on TruSleep every night before bed, then off for the day. You are greeted by a pop-up msg warning you about reduced standby time if you decide to leave it on all the time. Notifications, when activated, have come in fine through BT on my Nexus 6P w/Oreo 8.1. Reading the screen is good inside but outside gets to be a challenge..especially in the sun. Cupping your hand over it helps a little. The GPS included actually is not bad. I usually walk/hike 4-6 miles a day and carry a Garmin SAR GPS most days so I can find my way back…lol and the GPS on the Huawei is not too far off with distance readings from my Garmin. Of course, it counts your total ‘steps’ for the day and vibrates when you hit 10k. Would be nice if they could squeeze in a user ‘reset’ option in a future update on the Huawei Health App for the “distance” value.
This band comes with excellent features and is a steal at $69.
6 people found this helpful.
Bought a couple of weeks ago and immediately realize this band should stay on my wrist the entire time. I mainly use it for monitoring steps and sleeping activities. It gives quite accurate readings on both. My advice is to install both Huawei Wear and Huawei Health first thing after you receive the band. The Wear app allows you to pair and config the band while the Health does all the syncing and displaying data from the band. Very thoughtful when presenting data on the Health app – it displays daily, monthly, and yearly stats so you can see summary and trend. Also find it very useful with the GPS feature as it not only tracks your locations and speed but also correlates them with heart rate. It brings additional convenience to me being an owner of several bikes as I don’t have to move my bike GPS from one bike to another. My only caveat is to start run/swim/bike activities from the Health app to leverage the phone GPS to save the band’s battery as others reviewers have pointed out. All in all a great product made for savvy active users.
A great fitness tracker with even better and accurate Heart rate monitor
2 people found this helpful.
This Huawei Band 2 Pro is an excellent quality product.
Amazing value at this price
3 people found this helpful.
Excellent for the price. Not a perfect fitness device, but for $69 this really is the best value you will find anywhere.
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