|商品尺寸||4.3 x 4.3 x 0.85 cm; 34.02 克|
|运动类型||体操, 跑步/慢跑。, *与健身, 跳舞, 瑜伽|
|包装清单||充电线, Polar Ignite 2 使用说明(不一定支持中文), Polar Ignite 2 GPS 健身手表, 手链(供货范围包括两个尺寸), 信息提示|
|适用性别||Unisex – Erwachsene|
Polar Skate Co. Ignite 2 健身手表心率 GPS 活动追踪器,
Polar Ignite 2 - GPS Fitness-Smartwatch - Pulsmessung am Handgelenk - Personalisierte Trainingsanleitungen, Erholungs- und Schlaftracking - Wetter, Smartwatch-Funktionen
- 这款中性健身手表适合充满自信的生活方式。 此外,由于重要的智能手表功能,如音乐控制、天气预报和智能通知,用户始终可以掌握一切。
- 构建力、* - 个性化训练指南、*分析和休憩跟踪有助于更好地理解身体和*
- 不仅在健身训练时是理想的伴侣:Polar Ignite 2 在健身房、团体训练、游泳、跑步、骑自行车、步行、瑜伽,是办公室和休闲的时尚伴侣。
- 保持贴合的技术:集成GPS,手腕上的心率测量,长电池续航时间,跑步程序,FitSpark 日常训练指南,夜光
- Ignite 2 具有简单水平:在任何情况下都有时尚感,并可根据心情调整。 有不同的颜色和可更换表带可供选择 ( 单独出售 ) , 用于个性化手表的个性化
- Die unisex Fitnessuhr für eine Lebensweise voller Selbstvertrauen. Und dank wesentlicher Smartwatch-Funktionen wie Musiksteuerungen, Wettervorhersage und Smart Notifications haben Nutzer immer alles im Griff
- Kraft aufbauen, gesund bleiben: Personalisierte Trainingsanleitungen, Schlafanalyse und Erholungs-Tracking helfen, den Körper besser zu verstehen und gesund zu leben
- Nicht nur beim Fitnesstraining der ideale Begleiter: Die Polar Ignite 2 glänzt im Fitnessstudio, beim Gruppentraining, Schwimmen, Laufen, Radfahren, Walking, Yoga und ist ein stilvoller Begleiter im Büro und in der Freizeit
- Technologie, um fit zu bleiben: integriertes GPS, Pulsmessung am Handgelenk, lange Akkulaufzeit, Laufprogramm, FitSpark Tägliche Trainingsanleitung, Nightly Recharge
- Die Ignite 2 hat einfach Klasse: Stilvoll in jeder Situation und ihre Anzeige kann je nach Stimmung angepasst werden. Es stehen verschiedene Farben und Wechselarmbänder zur Auswahl (separat erhältlich), mit denen die Uhr personalisiert werden kann
Polar Ignite 2 是一款时尚的全能健身手表,适合各种场合。 它易于使用, 通过不同的手镯和展示设计进行个性化设计。
通过准确的心跳测量和简单易懂的睡眠和休憩数据,可以实现健康和平衡。 FitSpark 功能根据每日形状和目标提供个性化的训练建议。 此外,由于诸如音乐控制、天气报告和智能通知等功能,用户始终得到充分的准备。
手腕周长 130 – 210 毫米
有了 Ignite 2 可以非常大。 多种颜色和可更换表带可供选择 ( 单独出售 ) , 使手表可以根据个人需求调节 。 这款手表在任何情况下都具有时尚感, 其显示可以根据心情进行调整。
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I don't think it is reporting my heart rate very well (at least compared to my old Polar device), it tends to report it as lower than it is. Also the user interface pretty much will drive you insane and also it tends to lock up so it no longer works (sometimes during a workout). If you reset it often it tends to behave itself. It does not speak to iPhones to report notifications, despite implying that it does.
This is the worst technology experience I've ever had, and I was a software engineer for 35 years and had a lot of computers and devices. This is just such a poor device in terms of software and/or hardware (software I suspect) that I can't recommend ANYONE buy this. And any other polar device will, I suspect, suffer from the performance of the polar app on computers. Note I have a iMac and an iPhone. It's just possible they do better on PCs. I will leave my former reviews below in case they should be helpful, but you don't really need it.
First, it seems to underestimate heart rate relative to my previous Polar chest strap and watch. Judging from how my heart feels, I suspect the heart strap is more accurate. Second, syncing takes a lot of time and it seems to want to do the next sync immediately after completing the last. I have to bring down the IOS app or the FlowSync program on my iMac to prevent this. It does charge quite fast though, and the graphics are good. It's fairly intuitive, which is fortunate since the manual is virtually non-existant. I couldn't update the software at first until I put in a problem report and ended up uninstalling, rebooting, re-downloading FlowSync using Safari, and syncing/updating again. The update took quite a while but did complete this time. I feel like it's adequate to replace my previous Polar watch with it's sealed chest strap (that had to be repurchased periodically) and I guess I'm willing to live with the under reporting of my heart rate (and thus lower calorie burn). The customer service was quite good.
EDIT: After about a month of use, the update seems to have changed the way updates are made. It no longer fully updates on demand. Instead, with the app running, it seems to update periodically behind the scenes. While it is sometimes required to wait a while for the update to happen, it seems to be reliable. I have also had the touchscreen stop working and there is no manual but I kept the button pushed and eventually it did a reboot and after the reboot the touchscreen works again. It does record steps, but it doesn't translate a lot of steps automatically into a workout (as fitbits do). Thus if you want to walk for a workout, you have to start a workout on the watch. The online site is good, though various types of workouts have very different information available (and I can't quite predict what I'm going to get). However remember I bought this because my previous polar watch has been obsoleted by Polar. It still works, but I can no longer upload the workouts. So there is no guarantee of how long this watch will be supported.
EDIT: After about 3 months, it has a new issue. Every once in a while, say every month, it just stops updating to online no matter how many times you try to sync to your phone. The only thing I've found to fix that is to attack the cable to my Mac and sync directly to the computer. I guess we have to say that this watch has a lot of capability, but it is a BUNDLE of problems you're going to have to address constantly.
EDIT: New bug after more time on the wrist. The most consistent way to sync is to kill the app on the phone and then restart it. Then to connect it to power and then press the button to take it off the charge screen. Then go to the Activity screen and then press the button until it says it's syncing. However, sometimes after successfully syncing, it syncs again and errors out, leaving you with the error screen. The new bug is that sometimes if you do not reboot for a while, it stops charging even when connected. Also over time it seems to underestimate the heart rate to an increasing degree. I probably will end up trying to replace this thing this summer.
The fitness exercise program is designed for runners. If one is not into running marathons, the program is really not useful.
The device does not sync well as it drops between .05% and 2% (avg) of data counts on steps and Kcals.
It rolls back data after 2300 just as the Ignite had done.
It won't show data on the Ignite display if the OH1 is on the charger. (The device loses accuracy if chest strap is not used. The arm band is only slightly better.) The device will record data, just does allow the user to see that data on display.
Doesn't record sleep data well as it tends to restart sleep record if one uses the bathroom in the night, has a partner that goes to bed or gets up and different time than user. At times it records the user as awake when they are asleep or asleep when they are awake.
Since the device only reports data every 5 minutes, some data is not recorded. If a user does a strenuous activity for less than five minutes in rotations, using stars with large landings, walking in areas of traffic, the device will understate the actual calorie burn.
The software app does not allow for adjustments to program length. If the user forgets to turn the device off after completing a program, the added data cannot be removed from the records.
If you have owned a Polar device far into the past, know that the company is not what it once was. If you have owned a Polar device recently, you already know this.
评论于 2021年7月5日 在美国 🇺🇸 发布
1. Lightweight and slim profile.
2. "Stretchable" band has many holes for the buckle and is very easy to wear normally or real tight when exercising.
3. The very normal gesture and arm motion to look at the watch face works flawlessly - the screen lights up immediately and stays on plenty long enough to view the information. Another reviewer made a comment about requiring weird arm and elbow actions to get the screen to light up, I've not experienced that whatsoever.
4. I use the computer (Windows PC) web application, not the smartphone mobile app. The PC version was very easy to install and configure. As soon as I connect the watch via the USB cable the application immediately synchronizes with the web application. It was easy to change the list of Training activities to suit my preferences.
5. The summary information and reports are well designed to see training history and progress.
6. I compared the heart rate displayed on the watch with a pulse-oximeter I have and also with a Precor treadmill heart rate display - the watch was always within a few bpm of the other measurements.
7. Battery life is very good, and charges rapidly from a USB port.