Fitbit Blaze

Fitbit Blaze
alaScore 98

601 evaluaciones

Feb 2017

alaTest ha recogido y analizado 601 comentarios relacionados al producto Fitbit Blaze. En promedio, la calificación para este producto es 4.6/5, al ser comparado con la calificación 4.2/5 de otros productos en la categoria productos.

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Comentario de experto escrito por: James Peckham (techradar.com)

Fitbit Blaze review

 

A solid fitness tracker, but it won't set the world alight

Low price ; Stunning battery life ; Interesting fitness features

Lack of notifications ; Strange design ; Unreactive display

The Fitbit Blaze is one step above its fitness trackers rivals, but it's still half step behind the smartwatch crowd.

Sep 2016

Comentario de experto escrito por: Britta O'Boyle (pocket-lint.com)

Fitbit Blaze review: Trailblazer or fitness failure?

 

Fitbit is well known in the activity tracking field. In fact, with claims of almost 80 per cent of this market, it is probably the company most people will have at least heard of when it comes to devices for monitoring how much you move. Despite this,...

Nice design with beautiful colour display, excellent platform, continuous heart-rate monitoring, automatic exercise recognition, multi-sport tracking, notifications can be useful, mostly accurate tracking

No waterproofing, no GPS without smartphone, distance measuring without GPS inaccurate, touchscreen not responsive enough, expensive, not the Apple Watch contender it might appear to be

The Fitbit Blaze is has plenty going for it, but is more niche than the company's other trackers, filling in a crack that perhaps didn't need to be filled.

Mar 2016

Comentario de experto escrito por: (t3.com)

Fitbit Blaze review: does the Blaze set our world alight?

 

The Blaze is cheap and has a 5-day battery life, but there are a few wrinkles...

Battery life ; Price ; FitStar

Large bezel ; Not waterproof

Comentario de experto escrito por: Alastair Stevenson (trustedreviews.com)

Fitbit Blaze

 

The Fitbit Blaze is being marketed as the ultimate “smart fitness watch”. What that means in layman's terms is that this is Fitbit's attempt to create an all-in-one wearable that can offer robust fitness tracking, as well as basic smartwatch...

The Fitbit Blaze is competent fitness tracker for casual users, with a few smartwatch functions bolted on.

Oct 2016

Comentario de experto escrito por: (expertreviews.co.uk)

Fitbit Blaze review

 

Another decent Fitbit device but it's hemmed in by smartwatches on one side and its own siblings on the other

The Fitbit Blaze is a difficult device to place. It’s larger and has more features than your average fitness tracker, but it’s not feature-packed enough to be considered a proper sports watch. It’s something of a smartwatch, but the limited...

May 2016

Comentario de experto escrito por: Caitlin McGarry (pcworld.com)

Fitbit Blaze review: Don't call it a smartwatch

 

When Fitbit announced its new activity-tracking band at CES in January, the company's stock plummeted. At first glance, the Fitbit Blaze looked like an Apple Watch clone, with a touchscreen, notifications, and interchangeable leather, sport, and link...

The Blaze has all of Fitbit's best features, but looks a little too much like a second-rate Apple Watch.

Abr 2016

Comentario de experto escrito por: Matthew Miller (zdnet.com)

Fitbit Blaze review: Stylish, focused, and motivating fitness watch for the active consumer

 

The Fitbit Blaze has a modern, techy look, it is lightweight and only a few millimeters thick, the display is vivid and colorful, and it has been a real pleasure to wear it 24/7 during my testing period. Several people have seen it on my wrist and have...

Long battery life ; Stylish and comfortable watch format ; Accurate PurePulse heart rate monitoring ; Basic, essential smartphone notifications ; Easy and intuitive user interface ; Helpful FitStar workouts, especially for the road warrior ; Cross...

Proprietary charger that requires removal from the band ; Move reminders currently not present (coming later this year)

Mar 2016

Comentario de experto escrito por: Chris Welch (theverge.com)

Fitbit Blaze review: a 'smarter' fitness tracker is still kind of dumb

 

The new Fitbit Blaze is a good Fitbit. Like earlier Fitbit models, the $200 Blaze will track your daily activity, count your steps, monitor your heart rate, gauge how well you're sleeping, and put...

Thin and light on your wrist ; Battery lasts days and days ; Fitbit's mobile app is the best around

Not the looker Fitbit was aiming for ; Severely limited notifications ; No built-in GPS

Mar 2016

Comentario de experto escrito por: Nathan Ingraham (engadget.com)

Fitbit Blaze review: A smartwatch in looks only

 

When Fitbit introduced its Blaze smartwatch back at CES, many people hyped it up as an Apple Watch competitor. It's $150 cheaper, but still features a color touchscreen, notifications, a host of fitness-tracking features and impressive five-day battery...

Interchangeable bands ; Good fitness-tracking features ; Excellent battery life

Feels cheap ; Limited feature set compared to other smartwatches ; It's kind of ugly

The Blaze continues Fitbit's tradition of making quality fitness trackers, but the device is ultimately let down by an uninspired design and a cheap-feeling design. Those deficiencies in style and materials make for a wearable you won't actually want...

Mar 2016

Comentario de experto escrito por: (stuff.tv)

Fitbit Blaze review

 

Can Fitbit's latest smart ticker set the sports watch world alight?

5-day battery life ; Accurate heart-rate tracking ; Bright and clear display, indoors and out ; Inherently intuitive interface

Buttons feel cheap on such a sturdy device ; No standalone GPS tracking ; Water resistant, not waterproof – so no good for swimmers

A sports-first fitness watch with a subtle dash of smarts, the Blaze is a joy to use – with a brill battery to boot

Mar 2016