Fitbit 离子智能手表 碳灰/银色 均码(含长短表带)
- 存储和播放300多首歌曲，以及从潘多拉盒子下载。 无缝表壳防水达50米
- 使用内置的GPS / GLONASS跟踪速度，距离和路线，并获得PurePulse连续心率跟踪和实时区域
- 内置的NFC芯片访问您喜爱的体育运动、天气和更多的应用程序，随时随地进行支付。4天以上待机电池，跟踪跑步，游泳，骑车，锻炼，全天活动和睡眠 （随用途及其他因素而变化）。像素增加，亮度高达1000 nits，工作温度：-4度至113度，工作高度可高达9000米。
Fitbit离子手表为您的生活而设计。作为私人教练，能找到方法达成你的目标，内置GPS和连续心率感应器。动力十足，还能存储和播放300+歌曲，从全球健康社区受到启发。能方便地访问热门的应用程序，支持智能手表支付，约5天的电池续航。 Fitbit Ionic通过蓝牙4.0无线技术自动无线同步到计算机和200多个领先的iOS，Android和Windows设备。同步范围高达20英尺，通过蓝牙4.0呼叫和文本通知，通过Android，iOS和Windows设备上的Bluetooth Classic进行音乐控制，与计算机同步需要网络连接和USB端口，同步到移动设备需要蓝牙和网络连接，适配Syncs与Windows Vista或更高版本，Mac OS X 10.6及以上，iPhone 4S及更高版本，iPad 3 及以上。腕带由柔韧耐用的弹性体材料制成，类似于许多运动表中使用的材料，扣环由不锈钢制成。如果手腕潮湿或或出汗，请先取下手表并彻底擦干表带后佩戴去。使用温度-20度至45摄氏度，使用高度可高达9000米。
从手腕上开始动态的个人辅导，并在屏幕中提示每一步移动的指导。 可存储和播放300多首歌曲，创建自己的播放列表或访问Pandora电台。 使用内置的GPS / GLONASS来跟踪速度，距离和路线。
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First, it looks great (I always thought the apple watch face was too small on my wrist) and the various tracking capabilities are super robust and accurate. The most understated feature is the battery life! I cannot tell you how frustrating having to charge your watch every day is. It also makes other watches useless for my favorite functionality - sleep tracking. Sleep cycle patterns are really insightful is already impacting how long I allocate to sleeping and tracking how slight tweaks to my "sleeping experience" (different pillows, oil diffusers, etc) impacts my light sleep vs deep sleep, etc.
Features - No, it does not have all the features or apps of the apple watch. However, I promise you will not use most of them. You may think you will send texts from your watch, but you really won't. Most apps for the apple watch are super gimmicky and basically just scrunch an awesome phone app experience into a much smaller and less useful interface. For me - tracking heart rates, activity, sleeping patterns is the most important aspect of a smart watch (below).
Tracking - This sets the Fitbit far apart from any other smart watch. I do not think the apple watch is even comparable here, though to be fair i think they are trying to achieve different things. In this regard, I guess it's better to compare the Fitbit to some of the Garmin watches. For awhile, the Fitbit lagged behind Garmin for accurate heart rate and elevation tracking. While I do not own a Garmin, i have played around with them and from everything I have read the gap is closed in terms of accuracy. I really like how the Fitbit automatically detects different activities. I don't know how it works but it somehow knew when I took a bike ride a few days ago, which I thought was awesome. Also, tracking V02 max (basically how well your body uses oxygen and thus how fit you are) and comparing this to age benchmarks is pretty cool (I don't believe this is a part of the apple watch offering).
Interface - I have read reviews about the laggy user interface and difficulties syncing, etc. Not sure if this was resolved with a software patch but I haven't experienced this at all. The interface seems very responsive to me and it syncs to my phone whenever I open the app. I haven't used the Fitbit pay yet, though it seems pretty cool (in theory).
The Fitbit app - last point to mention is that the Fitbit app is awesome and has been consistently getting more useful as time goes on. I really like how they compare your health and fitness to benchmark standards for your age. I find myself opening it multiple times a day, which I never did with my apple watch/apple health app.
In conclusion - I obviously really like my Ionic. I usually don't post amazon reviews but I found myself frustrated by articles that seem to miss the point of having a tracker on your wrist. I don't know if those reviewers are just apple fanboys, but man, I rarely used the apple watch for more than checking the time. The concept of a "smart watch" has changed in my mind after owning one. For me at least, fitness tracking is the most attractive use-case here and the Ionic is the gold standard for this. Stop reading reviews hung up on the lack of being able to send a text message. Get this watch and start seeing yourself caring much more about your overall well being.
Not sure how to verify this isn't a paid for review other than you checking my user history or posting a photo of it on my wrist/ order form. I ordered it direct on the Fitbit site (attached the order form). Also, I ordered the leather band (pricey, I know) but have not received it yet. I actually really like the blue/grey band though.
Hope this helps your decision!
The Ionic is only a bit larger than the Blaze so, the size wasn't an adjustment for me as it has been for some. I have a small wrist and don't think it looks too large. It does lie more flat on my wrist and does feel lighter than the Blaze. The band is quite stiff though but perhaps I have to break it in.
The main feature I purchased this for was the GPS. I tried it out and it was accurate (or at least as accurate as my phone was). It takes a bit long to connect though so, I will have to factor that time in before running.
In terms of features, those don't interest me. I'm in the market for a fitness watch, not a smart watch. Just like my Blaze, I turned off notifications.
In terms of battery life, it seems on par with my Blaze. Today is day 4 of owning the Ionic and it is still on the initial charge it came with (with notifications off).
In a nutshell, to me, the Ionic is simply an updated Blaze with built in GPS but if it performs as well as my Blaze has, I'll like it just fine!
Here are my impressions:
(+) Contrary to what you've heard in among tech site reviews, the Fitbit Ionic is not ugly. I think those journalists are basing their conclusions on the standard watch faces, vs Apples. Ionic's standard watch faces are, in my opinion, not very appealing in comparison to the Apple's. However, with the advent of 3rd party developers getting into the mix, I found some quite stunning watch faces. My favorite so far is "Threads," which paints a vertical line for each minute (I'm guessing that it's a minute). The length and the colors represent the amount of activity you've done. In essence, your activity has the ability to render a beautiful array of graphics each hour.
(+) Battery life is better, but even at the "default" auto setting, I'm getting about 4 day's max out of each change. It's nice but not earthshattering groundbreaking.
(+) Waterproof. I like the having the confidence that I jump into a pool or the shower that my Ionic will not drown. However, the first time I kept it on in the shower, I notice that the display glitched a little bit. I think if the water gets in contact with the sensors, this is what can happen. From that point forward, I decided...okay fine. It's waterproof. I won't worry if I happen to immerse it into the water. But if it's easy to remove it before I do some water-related activity, I will do so.
(+) Everything else. Having had the Blaze, the Apple app is familiar. I found the sleep tracking to be very motivational toward quitting habits such as looking at my phone in bed. Watch faces are being added all the time, so that's fun to scan through sometimes. When I do my spinning class at the gym, I love to see lines on my "Threads" watch face go extreme. I like the look more than the Blaze. I also like that Fitbit included two different sizes of watch bands instead of wasting everybody's time measuring their wrists.
Overall, I'm glad I got off the fence and upgraded from the Blaze.