Meet Fitbit Sense--the advanced health smartwatch that helps you tune into your body and guides you toward better health. Assess your heart for AFib right from your wrist, detect and manage stress, better understand your sleep quality and even keep an eye on patterns in your skin temperature or well-being with SpO2. Plus, Sense unlocks a 6-month trial of personalized guidance and advanced insights for new Fitbit Premium users.
EDA Scan App
The on-wrist EDA Scan app detects electrodermal activity--which may indicate your body's response to stress so you can better track and manage it.
With a compatible ECG app right on your wrist, assess your heart for atrial fibrillation--a heart rhythm irregularity--and share the results with your doctor.1
On-wrist Skin Temperature Sensor
Sense logs your skin temperature each night to show how it varies from your personal baseline, so you can be aware of trends over time.2
Understand Your SpO2 Levels
See your nightly blood oxygen levels at a glance with our growing collection of SpO2 clock faces. Then use the Fitbit app to track your trends over time in the Health Metrics dashboard to see when there may be indications of important changes in your fitness and wellness.
6-month Fitbit Premium Included
Your Sense smartwatch Includes a 6-month trial for new Fitbit Premium members complete with personalized insights, advanced analytics, guided programs, mindfulness & sleep tools, workouts and more.3
High & Low Heart Rate Notifications
Your heart rate is a key indicator of health, so stay informed when Sense detects that your heart rate is unusually high or low.
Built-in Voice Assistant
Use Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa Built-in to get quick news and weather, set bedtime reminders and alarms, control your smart home devices and more--just by speaking to yoru watch.4
Calls from Your Wrist
Use the built-in mic and speaker to take Bluetooth calls hands-free, send callers to voicemail and adjust volume. (Available when your phone is nearby. Requires more frequent charging.)
1 The Fitbit ECG app is only available in select countries, not intended for use by people under 22 years old.
2 Skin temperature variation not available in all markets. Only available in the Fitbit app and only displays variation. Significant changes in ambient temperature may negatively impact skin temperature tracking.
3 New and returning Premium members only. Must activate trial within 60-days of device activation (requires valid payment). This trial cannot be gifted. Cancel before end of trial to avoid recurring fees. Content and features may change. See here for more details.
4 Voice assistant availability and features may vary.
I have been with Fitbit since day one because of their heart rate and steps accuracy and their app interface. And because I’m also an IPhone user I have had an Apple Watch for my texts and calls notifications while at work. Months ago I got the iwatch and got a older model Flex 2 so that I can wear both. You can’t compare Iwatches to Fitbit devices. You just can’t. Iwatch steps aren’t the same or accurate and their heart rates are off...sometimes way off. If you are really into reaching goals, needing the help of motivation (with their app interface) where you can add friends, make challenges, earn badges and be in groups according to activities and post the answer is get a Fitbit. If what’s important to You is making calls and receiving texts get an iwatch (only if u have an android) and you want minimal tracking get an Apple Watch. Apple still doesn’t allow to text back after receiving texts and that’s how it will always be. Don’t wait around for that because it just isn’t happening. Your just going to have to choose what’s more important and with Fitbit it’s all targeted on health rather an all around Smartwatch.
I love the Fitbit Sense!! It’s what I need for what I’m looking for in a Smartwatch. Im getting rid of my Apple Watch and sticking to Fitbit! The clock faces through Fitbit should look a lot better but You can buy some for less than $2 on the app.
heart rate readings
Fitbit’s app interface
Accuracy on steps
Ability to buy clock faces from users
Ability to change bands
Whack clock faces that Fitbit provides for free
If your an Apple user you can’t text back
I am content with this Watch. Will come back to update.
So I have had the Fitbit sense for a little over a week now. I switched to Fitbit from an Apple Watch due to my Apple Watch dying on me and not wanting to spend a boatload of money on another watch. I love it!! I love being able to see all the different stats, track my sleep easier see my activity level, and being in a masters program….. track my stress level!! This really in itself sold me. I used to have Fitbit’s before and comparing the stats from then and now they have improved tremendously!! Also being able to personalize your screen more is a huge plus. The battery life lasts very long (I charge maybe every 3-4 days) compared to my Apple Watch which I charged every night due to the battery.
Like every smart device I have, I wanted a screen protector because I did see that the screen is “fragile”. I contemplated getting the plastic screen protector the the store offered and the liquid screen protector but didn’t feel that either would protect my screen well enough. I did some research and found some tempered glass screen protectors that include a bumper for the outside of the watch on Amazon!! A pack of 2 for 9.51 after taxes!! 10/10 recommend those because I did drop my watch on hard tile and neither the screen protector or screen broke! The only downside (which isn’t a downside really) is if you want to use the EDA function you have to remove the protector which is super easy to take off and put back on.
All in all I would rate this produce a 10/10. I was hesitant to buy this due to some of the reviews and seeing that the screen was very fragile. Buy a good screen protector (recommendation below on amazon) and it should be just fine.
Name of screen protector: KIMILAR 2-Pack Hard Case with Built in 9H Tempered Glass Screen Protector
I bought the original Versa when it came out and loved it. The battery went dead and causes the need for a replacement. I bought the Sense with the expectation that it would be an improvement to the original. It's not. The battery doesn't stay charged but 3 days not the five. It constantly won't sync. I have to turn it off and back on before it will sync to my phone. Most of the time you cannot use the talk to text feature as it keeps having errors and cancelling out.I use it for medical reasons and you have to pay to use the EKG part of the device. And it's $9.99 a month. Really? We spend $329 to purchase the watch only to pay again? Nope not me. If I had it to do again. I would try a different one.
I’ve been using Fitbit trackers since 2011. This is my 4th one. First was a simple step tracker like a pedometer. All of them lasted for many years. My last one was a charge 2. It was still working but had a cracked screen and I figured it’s days were limited.
The new one keeps accurate count of my steps. Nice to be able to read text messages and screen calls. Battery lasts for several days.
I appreciate the larger screen and choices of watch faces as well as display brightness. I don’t use all of the features or the ones they charge extra for.
I did buy a set of screen protective covers so I wouldn’t scratch or get it cracked.
This was a great buy!!! This watch has it all! I am amazed at all that it can do and it’s very functional for me. It can connect to Spotify and can even allow you to take calls on it via the microphone. The only thing that I kinda didn’t care for was that in order for my sense to sync with the Fitbit app I have to keep the app running on my phone which is not cool because it drains the phone’s battery. Again not a real deal breaker but just something that’s... ehh. Besides that it is wonderful! I purchased this to help me on my fitness journey!
Watch does everything it’s supposed to and works great tracking but I woke up after two weeks with a cracked screen. I don’t even remember bumping it hard enough to crack. Contacted Fitbit and found out there is nobody who replaces the screen on the watch. At 400$, they made a smart watch you can’t get fixed. Online forum shows this is a huge defect with the watch and Fitbit just suggests buying another watch. What a joke.
I had this watch for 4 weeks and it’s as good as my last fitbit. I like the SPo2 monitor as it does tell you if you have sleep apnea as it tend to be low if you do. a only thing is you have to get the insurance from fitbit.
At the price point it comes you would want absolutely seamless operation. But it is far, very far from it. I have had constant issue from the time i paired the device with my Android phone. The pairing breaks every so often and needed me to restart either bluetooth or the sense itself, couple of time i had to factory reset the sense to make it be seen by my phone. When connected the notification, google assistant would stop working without warning, device would stop syncing for no reason until you manually intervene.the SPo2 tracker does not track SPo2 intermittently. I have been in touch with Fitbit customer support for almost a month now and while they patiently tried to resolve the issue and claim that each of their devices are tested for performance, i continue to face issues. I will be returning the device if things don't improve by January first week.
The analysis of all aggregated expert reviews shows that the reviewers are positive about image quality, comfort, design and battery. Editors are less positive about portability and size and have mixed opinions about usability. Using an algorithm based on product age, reviewers ratings history, popularity, product category expertise and other factors, this product gets an alaTest Expert Rating of 94/100 = Excellent quality.
TechRadarRating, 4 out of 54.0Cat Ellis on June 4, 2021
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Tom's GuideRating, 4.5 out of 54.5Mike Prospero on January 28, 2021
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A:Answerno. I bought this watch because the feature was offered but does not work. I understand it will be rolled out with an update during the winter of 2020 or 2021. You answer with the watch app but you still need to talk on your phone.
A:AnswerYour ECG results are recorded to the Fitbit mobile app. You can find them by opening up the application on your phone, navigating to the discover tab at the bottom of the app, and then scrolling through the section that says Assessment and Reports. Click on the Heart Rhythm Assessment tab and it will allow you to view your results and export a PDF for your own records.