Fitbit Alta HR

Fitbit Alta HR

  • Features: Caller ID, Distance meter, Built-in heart rate monitor, Sleep reading, Calorie counter, Watch, Touchscreen, Pedometer, Vibration alarm
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  • Compatible devices: iPad, iPod, iPhone, Android, Windows Phone
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  • Features: Caller ID, Distance meter, Built-in heart rate monitor, Sleep reading, Calorie counter, Watch, Touchscreen, Pedometer, Vibration alarm
  • Display
  • Compatible devices: iPad, iPod, iPhone, Android, Windows Phone

3.5 of 5 stars

Based on 9 reviews

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18/06/2019
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Damme-O
The most important functions I am looking for are pedometer and vibration as a notification when I receive SMS or phone calls. One bonus is that it is possible to read the SMS on the band and also see who is calling. From this it has worked excellently. My wife appreciated the possibility of canceling the alarm with vibration, as I no longer needed to wake her up in the mornings when I was going up early. Otherwise, the bracelet is pretty and doesn't feel much on the wrist. Unfortunately, I do not think that the band can withstand a bit tougher. In the runner track, it becomes sweaty, exposing the band to moisture and salt. May have been that after about 1 year the heart rate measurement was hanging. The green sensors began to shine constantly with full force, with the battery time going down to about 12 hours. After a few tackles on floorball matches, the bracelet broke so that it began to loosen very easily. After two years, almost the day, the band died completely. With a little longer life, it would have been 5 stars.

Google

22/01/2019
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balix
I was most interested in the sleep measurement, and was very impressed by how well it works. You get a diagram of REM sleep, deep sleep, light sleep and alertness. It is, of course, difficult to know how precise it is, but it seems to be reasonable with your own experiences of alertness and dreams. Sometimes, however, the sleep is missed by 30 or 60 minutes, so that reported sleep time is thus too short. The heart rate measurement works like this. Very good with heart rate monitor with chest strap at low to medium pulse, but at high pulse Fitbiten consistently shows 10 too much. Synchronization and charging work well for the most part. Battery life quite ok. The worst thing is the bracelet. It slowly slows, now after 5 months with 1-2 holes. And now the bracket on the watch begins to give up. Must already buy a new bracelet.

Google

10/01/2019
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litr
Alright. Very sluggish when interacting with it. Although I find myself learning where and how often you can print it does not always react. Nor is it always lit when you lift your wrist, which is extremely disturbing in combination with the previous one. Otherwise, I experienced it exactly with the step count and other functions. Now to the sum of my whole experience with fitbit as a company: I managed to fight it against a wall when I, just that, had an activity (!). The glass broke and fell off. Be absolutely sure you could get a new glass sent home. But not! There is no way to repair it, nor is it extra glass to obtain (according to fitbit itself). Do not understand how a technical gadget used in activities, training etc. DO NOT offer repair. So it went right in the bin after about 10 days of use.

Google

26/11/2018
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bjozac
The clock is smooth and nice and a nice interface. But the functions themselves are malfunctioning. The step counter constantly counts errors (giving me a step in computer work and toothbrushing). The sync takes 5-8 tries before getting over the pulse curve. The bracelet is growing and soon it's too big for me. Anything that mainly gives the bad grade is the heart rate measurement which was the reason I bought this. It measures consistent errors regardless of location on the arm, both right and left. Sometimes it can be guessed close to a conventional heart rate monitor (chest strap) but it misses too much to be reliable. For example, it can show + 10-> 20 stroke resting pulse, + 20-> 60 stroke during training. It's not a heart rate monitor, it's a pulse pointer

Google

21/11/2018
Have had my alta hr now for a couple of months and am very pleased. Has moved me around among different products in the category over the last four years and this is undoubtedly the best I've had so far. It's easy and easy, so you do not think it's on your arm, battery life varies, depending on how active it is, but mine is between the 5-7 promised days. Positively: + Reasonable battery life + Best app on the activity bracelet market + Synchronizes well with the phone + 24/7 pulse reading + Good sleep waking negative: - Raise to wake works 1 of 5 times for me, actually completely worthless. - Special loader, if you want two, you can buy from fitbit Highly recommend this product.

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