Keep track of your fitness progress with this warm-pink Amazfit Bip S multisport GPS smartwatch. The various sport modes and built-in GPS functionality enhance activity tracking, while the sleep tracking feature effectively monitors sleeping patterns and overall health. This Amazfit Bip S multisport GPS smartwatch is water-resistant to withstand rain, sweat and splashes and pairs with mobile devices to keep in touch with friends and family.
Compatible with select Android and iOS devices
Including iPhone, iPad models, select cell phones and tablets with Android for simple wireless communication.
Features smart notifications, music controls and more.
1.28" transflective color TFT display
Offers easy navigation and clear visuals with 176 x 176 resolution.
Defends your smartwatch against water pressure up to 5 ATM.
Polycarbonate case and skin-friendly TPU watch band
Ensure durability and create an elegant look.
Wireless connection to your device
The Bluetooth technology enables reliable wire-free connection.
Features sleep tracking, HR monitoring, measures distance you swam, ran, walked and more.
This smartwatch boasts 10 sport tracking modes, including outdoor/indoor running, walking, outdoor/indoor cycling, elliptical trainer, pool/open water swimming, exercising and more.
Built-in navigation sensors track your routes and distances
Makes the search for satellite signals fast and accurate with the GPS and GLONASS dual-mode positioning system.
It's light and once I swapped bands it was ok I don't like silicone bands. A 20mm leather standard watch band fit just perfect. That's the reason quality gets a 4 star.
Now set-up was easy, download the Amazfit App make a profile and it synced right up, way faster than my daughter's Fitbit syncs. You do have to set heart rate frequency and turn on calls, sms, app notification separately but that's only once. You can read the text message on the watch screen.
I got everything maxed brightness, frequent monitoring and all, checked it over 100 times (sometimes I had to twist my wrist a few times to get the screen light on, few times had to push the button, but hey it's a cheap watch)
Have not checked out the auto detect workout feature, but the sedimentary reminder does work!
Sleep monitoring let me know half my sleep is deep and half is lite, that was cool. So 24 hours straight extra heavy useage and the battery is at 86% so should go 4-5 days before I have to charge it.
It's cool for a watch, got a cheap one to see if I will actually wear it before I think about a 200-500 watch but this one might just stick around until it goes out. Does everything I wanted except no pulsox (O2 stat reader) but that feature is new and only a few watches offer it.
If you want a smartwatch and don't want to spend alot then this will work for you. Just go buy a better 20mm band unless you like rubbery silicone on your skin all the time.
Now the Alarm just vibrates so took the probably 2nd or 3rd buzz to wake me not sure how that auto snooze works, just know I felt my wrist vibrate as I woke and it was 15 minutes past the set time.
But I like it. App could use a few more faces I have tried 7 today not sure how many it offers.
Its not the prettiest, but i bought it for its battery life and transflexive display(Perfect for outdoors). Its abit weak in fitness tracking, but pretty darn good for gps tracked runs. Heart Monitor is spot-on for resting/general tracking, iffy with irratic workouts like weight lifting, but thats expected from an optical monitor. I get 16-20 Days of life with 30-60 Minutes Workouts tracked 6/7 days. And using sleep Tracking aswell. For the price im greatly satisfied.
Really liking this smartwatch and especially the features for the price. Have only charged twice in two months which is nice. The display is easy to see outdoors. The heart rate seems to work fine and covers every exercise I do. Sleep function has been real accurate. I read some professional reviews that did not like the app for the watch but I do. The only problem I have is it cannot find my messaging app to receive notifications. And yes I did not expect it to be like an Apple or Samsung smartwatch for the price.
Very pleased with the Bip S so far. I purchased it about a month ago and it has performed well every day (and night) since. Step counting is accurate, and the GPS has worked flawlessly during the 20 times that I have used it. Sleep tracking and heart rate are not perfect, but work well enough for my purposes. Battery life has been a bit disappointing as I am getting approx. 10 day with the heart rate monitoring set for every 10 min. and using the GPS for about 1/2 hour every day. Overall I would say that this watch is a good value for the price paid. Best Buy service was great - I received my watch 1 day earlier than expected.
Great starter fitness watch. This is my 1st one to track activities like Rebound jumping, walking steps, mileage, GPS routes, heart rate, local weather. Easy to see stats in sunlight. Battery last q long time (too early to tell how long). Wish it had blood pressure measurement function.So far works after one month of use.
The qr code they gave to start the process didn't work, which led to 1.5 hours just to get it to connect (as you can't just do it through your Bluetooth settings). Then they have you individually find and adjust EVERY single setting, and they're not easy to find. Want your watch to show text notifications? You need to find that in it's obscure shot and turn it on. Now call notifications? A whole other feature you need to find and turn on. And it goes like that for everything. It also feels and cheap, for whatever that's worth. I'm going to return it tomorrow.