Fitbit Charge 2 *+健身腕带 Large (6.7 - 8.1 in) 1
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Fitbit Charge 2 *和健身腕带每一次心跳。PurePulse可以通过腕带自动连续跟踪* - 全天，在训练期间和以后 - 完全不需要佩戴不舒服的胸带。利用连续*来更好地衡量整天的卡路里燃烧，并帮助您持续跟踪体重目标。使用简化的*区指标（脂肪燃烧，*和峰值）来测量锻炼强度，并确保*实现您制定的目标。跟踪安静时的*，以衡量你的心*健康和整体身体状况是如何随着时间而变化。跟踪全天的活动，如步数、距离、消耗的卡路里、爬楼梯和活动分钟。在跑步模式下连接GPS，可以查看如速度和距离等实时状态（手机位于附近时），并在Fitbit应用程序中查看跑步后的路线图。通过SmartTrackTM自动演练识别功能轻松自动记录选择的活动，如散步，跑步，骑马，跑步机，运动和有氧运动。自动记录您的*时间和质量，并使用无声振动报警器提醒您起床。使用多种运动模式来跟踪特定的锻炼（跑步，自行车，举重和更多），查看实时锻炼统计数据，如*和热量消耗，并显示锻炼后的总结。在Fitbit应用程序中获取有氧健身的快照，跟踪您的进步变化。通过您的*进行个性化的引导*课程，在一天中找到平静的时刻。随时获得电话，短信和日历通知（当手机在附近时）。获得友善的活动提醒，鼓励你运动起来。Fitbit Charge 2 伴随每一次心跳！Fitbit Charge 2TM *和健身腕带适合全天锻炼以及更多。PurePulse 连续*可以优化锻炼，更好地跟踪卡路里燃烧。
颜色: 紫红色 | 尺寸: Large (6.7 - 8.1 in)
五、APP里面乱七八糟无用的功能、新版 App 推荐弹框
驳：在使用 Fitbit 官方应用时，没有遇到过弹框。乱七八糟的功能？不知所云。
你和谁比不好，和小米比。用过 ADUI 没，让你怀疑人生。
A little about me: I'm a 29 year old guy who works out 3-5 days a week with weights and runs 2-4 miles a day at an 8:30-9:00 minute pace. I work as a Resident Physician in a busy ER and originally wanted a pedometer see how much I walk in a given work day.
Appearance and build quality: Winner- Apple
First up was the Fitbit charge 2. The packaging was great, very "Apple" like, but the build quality of the device left something to be desired. The band is made of a comfortable silicone and the display appears to be a "cheap" appearing plastic. While the device won't impress on looks, it is somewhat low profile and and comfortable on the wrist. The screen itself isn't the most responsive, but it works well enough. The display is bright and easily visible. I did not have trouble seeing the screen outdoors.
The apple watch was everything you'd expect from an Apple product. Sleek, responsive, and user friendly. I'd stop short of calling it "stylish", but it feels noticeably more polished than the Fitbit
Fitness: Winner- Fitbit
Here's where the two products completely diverge. I found the Fitbit to be an incredible fitness device compared to the Apple watch. Everything is streamlined for fitness with the Fitbit, while the apple watch is cluttered and optimized as a "smart watch". With a quick glance on the fitbit I can see the time, my steps taken, and heart rate. It takes just seconds to set up a workout and scroll the the menus. The beauty of fitbit lies in it's simplicity. The apple watch can also show steps taken, and heart rate, but does not give you continuous monitoring of heart rate like the fitbit. The fitbit can also track sleep, and give you an estimate of your cardio fitness score (V02 Max).
Other features: Clearly the fitbit is not a smart watch, but the text and call notifications are great when you're working out and don't have quick access to your phone. Yes, you can't see the whole text, but i'm not using this feature to replace my phone, I'm using it to screen for important texts or calls that I would need to stop my workout for. The apple watch on the other hand can text, call, and use many of the same apps as your iPhone. If you have apple music you can also listen to music on Bluetooth headphones. The built in GPS and waterproofing are great features as well.
I have no idea what the negative reviews are talking about (Maybe they received a defective device or have exceptionally hairy arms?). The fitbit is impressively accurate with resting and active heart rate. I've compared manual hearts and treadmill measurements with a variation of +/- 5 while active and +/- 2 at rest. I don't care if my real heart is 155 or 158 while I workout, I just want to know what zone i'm in. My run this morning was within .03 miles of my phone GPS, and the pace was spot on. Good enough for me, but i'm not a competitive runner. The apple watch is slightly more accurate when it comes to distance, and probably more suited for someone who runs at a competitive pace. Steps taken? I give the edge to fitbit. Apple watch skipped a lot of my steps and took a while to update. Yes, the fitbit adds 20-30 steps while I sleep, and another 20-30 while I drive. But I do these things every day, so who cares? I care about the trends. I'm not a competitive walker. Sleep seems accurate as well and is excellent for trending. I can tell when I have a restless night and the fitbit is great for quantifying that. You cannot track sleep with the Apple watch. No idea if the calories burned are accurate for either product, but again, trends.
The App: Winner- Fitbit
I think this where the fitbit completely shines as a fitness product. The app is so user friendly, so streamlined, and generally fun to play around with. I love watching my cardio fitness score change and keeping an eye on my resting heart rate overnight. Apple has a ton of 3rd party apps which are great, but it lacks the complete integration of the fitbit.
The reality is that these are completely different products used for completely different reasons. I haven't decided which one I will be keeping yet, but if I were basing my decision on fitness alone, at a non competitive level, I would choose the fitbit hands down. There are other useful features that make the Apple watch appealing in my line of work, so I'll have to weigh those into my decision.
Overall, the fitbit makes fitness fun. It's packed with so many cool features, and really is a motivator for daily movement. It is perfect for someone who wants to streamline their fitness goals and keep track of their life. It is a wear all day and all night product.
The apple watch doesn't have the same coolness factor with regard to fitness, and really doesn't motivate me to workout anymore than my iPhone would. It is perfect for someone who doesn't care about tracking fitness goals, but wants to leave their phone at home during a workout. The ability to stream music, track distance with a built in GPS, and respond to text messages are wonderful. This is a take off during the day and never wear at night product. I would use this primarily as a smart watch with the added bonus of being incredibly useful for running.
If you do decide on the fitbit, be careful with sizing! I have a 7 inch wrist and the large band fits me on the last 2-4 holes (keep it loose when not working out). In other words, the band runs pretty large.
For reference, the Apple watch is 38 mm in grey.
Hopefully that helps!