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Samsung - Gear Fit2 Pro - Fitness Smartwatch (Large) - Red

Access your favorite fitness apps with this smart Samsung Gear Fit2 Pro fitness tracker. It syncs with your Android smartphone via Bluetooth, and its built-in GPS provides accurate tracking for running and cycling activities. This swim-ready Samsung Gear Fit2 Pro fitness tracker performs continuous heart rate monitoring to keep your cardio progress in check.

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    What's Included

    • Band strap (Large)
    • Charging dock
    • Quick start guide
    • Samsung Gear Fit2 Pro - Fitness Smartwatch (Large)
    • User Manual

    Ratings & Reviews

    Overall Customer Rating:
    87% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (696 out of 802)


    Measures heart rate and calories burned

    To help you monitor multiple fitness activities, such as running, cycling and swimming.

    1.5" Super AMOLED display

    The curved full-color Super AMOLED display lets you easily read real-time activity reports in the sun or shade.

    Built-in GPS

    You can even leave your phone behind and map your run right from your Gear Fit2 Pro.

    Stand-alone music player

    Power through intervals to your favorite tracks with onboard music storage.

    Smart notifications

    Get call, text and other app notifications at a glance, without needing to pull out your phone.

    Android compatible

    Compatible with Android smartphones.

    Swim-ready water-resistance

    Water-resistant up to 50 meters, your Gear Fit2 Pro withstands the pool, the rain and your post-workout shower.

    Wireless charging

    To recharge, get a quick power-up on the wireless charging dock.

    Customer rating

    Rating 4.3 out of 5 stars with 802 reviews

    would recommend to a friend

    Expert rating

    Rating 4.1 out of 5 stars with 16 reviews



    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Great Fitness Track For The Everyday Athlete

      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

      I’ve had a number of different fitness tracking devices over the years and have had some great ones and not so great ones. I have had the Gear Fit 2 over the past 8 months and enjoyed it but I really disliked one feature: waterproof. So naturally I was very excited when they announced the Gear Fit 2 Pro with a waterproof design and swim tracking capabilities. I’ll add I’m using this tracker with my Samsung Galaxy S8 so I’m not sure how it is on other phones. Here are my Pros & Cons so far: Pros: - The display on this tracker is beautiful. Really easy to tell what you are looking at and easy to use interface - I really enjoy the GPS tracking and it can better tell how long my runs/walks were or how far I biked - The heart rate monitor is simply and will monitor throughout the day to give you more feedback - They upgraded the clasp on this model to be better for swimming. It is more like a watch clasp which is more comfortable and has little chance of falling off. I found my Gear Fit 2 model falling off a lot as it had a different strap design. - The fitness tracking is perfect for the “everyday athlete” as I mentioned. I know other fitness trackers are really heavy duty and can do a lot for you but I think the Gear Fit 2 Pro will meet the majority of peoples needs. It tracks steps, distance, floors, calories throughout the day but can detect when you are really working out and will be more focused in during that time. A feature I use a lot is tracking activities using their profiles. You can have it truck you walking, biking, curling, running, or whatever very easily. - I sit at a desk during the day and it will alert me when I haven’t moved in about an hour which I like. - Finally, the waterproof and swimming tracking is worth the upgrade to me. It works great in the water and to me having a waterproof tracker is great as you never have to worry about it getting broken when around water or even in the rain. Cons: - Weather apps can only update using location through your phone. The tracker has WiFi and GPS so I’m not sure why it needs the phone for that. - If you have Auto Heartrate on it will monitor HR throughout the day which I like. However, it omits a bright green light when it does so which can be annoying in a dark place but if you have the strap tight to your wrist you do not notice it much. - The battery life is only 2-3 days from my use which is pretty short in my mind. Overall I am very happy with this new upgrade. I think its great for people who like to workout everyday. Whether its lifting, running, crossfit, basketball, soccer, biking, or swimming. I think most everyone would enjoy this.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Terrible battery life


      I bought this when my FB Surge 2 bit the dust. Not that it really died, but the band finally gave way, and can't be replaced. I've had the GearFit for a few months and still trying to get used to it. Yes, it is cool looking. At a glance, I can read the screen easily. There are a lot of options and customization. Built in GPS and the bands can be replaced. Those are the primary reasons I bought this. I'm not a runner, but the GPS tracking is a must for cycling. Built in WIFI. After walking, I like seeing the steps, time and MPH. (who knew that I could walk so fast?) But for the few months that I wore this (bought in middle of winter, then never got around to having the bike tuned up), there wasn't any cycling so I can't comment on how well the GPS works. While walking, the GearFit will pick up on the activity, and if I glance at the face, it shows the activity time. This doesn't really help me, I'd prefer to see the steps at a glance. Again, I am sure that this is something that I have to customize. But that battery life! Went for a walk yesterday and realized yet again that I wasn't wearing it because it was at home sitting in the charging cradle (where it spends a lot of time). Seems like it has to be charged at least every 3 days. Ideally every other day, before you get the low battery notification. Activity tracking is not as good as my FB, or maybe it's just different. Spring and summer is lots of mowing (not a riding mower). 1 piece of mowing is around 5000 steps, the other two are around 7000 steps each. The FB would capture these steps, and pretty accurately, too. I know because I had someone with a Samsung tracker follow me around while mowing and we both recorded the same number of steps +/- 200 steps. The GearFit just says "other activity" or something like that, and does not capture the steps. I think I could probably push buttons on the tracker and tell it to capture my walking, not sure about this, but even if I could, I don't think that I should have to. Pairing with Samsung apps on my iPhone is a manual and tedious process. FB would constantly sync if I set it up to do so. The Samsung does not. In order to sync, I have to open the app on my phone, and make sure that my GearFit display is on. My SO tells me that there is no trouble with constant sync, so apparently this is something that is unique to me, another setting that I might have missed. For casual activity (ie, not a hard core runner), I think that this tracker is great for the price IF you don't mind the battery life. And if I could remember to charge it every other day, instead of realizing at the last minute that it's almost dead, I probably wouldn't mind. After doing some browsing, I was going to give this away and possibly go for the Garmin Forerunner 35 or 235. But not being a hardcore athlete, I am going to play around with it some more and give it until the end of the summer.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Nice features but Disappointing Battery Life

      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      I really wanted to love this band. It is packed with features including GPS, waterproofing and offline music but the battery life is a deal breaker. First, the positives: 1. Screen is gorgeous. So much nicer than Fitbit/Garmin products. 2. Full array of features. Too many to list but the standouts are all day HR tracking, GPS, offline music and a robust app platform. 3. Fit and comfort. This is personal but I like the way this looks. It's fairly thin across the wrist. I prefer my tracker to be boring and not noticeable. This fits that well. 4. I often have trouble getting wrist based HR trackers to work during cardio on things like elliptical and Stairmasters. Usually due to positioning and poor fit. This band seems to do better on that front. It picked up my cardio routines over the weekend within 5 minutes or so. It seems to stay put with the wide band so I think that's a good design choice. Now the problem and it's a big one. Battery life is horrendous. Samsung claims "up to 3 days" with typical usage. No way. I'm worried I can't even get two days on this thing. That is with location OFF, almost all notifications OFF and wrist gestures OFF. Even like this, it will barely last 2 days. What's the point of this if I have to turn everything off to get 2 days? I don't know what the issue is since I have the screen off almost all of the time so it can't be that. I even did a full reset and that improved things a little but still the target is barely two days. 2 days without GPS on at all is simply unacceptable. As I write this, the watch has been on my wrist for 30 hours and it's at 40%. I have a workout scheduled later for 45 minutes and I'm worried it won't make it through the day since the battery life drains fast when tracking exercise. Samsung needs to do better. I'm going to give this a few more days to see if it settles down but I'm not hopeful. I'll revise this if things improve.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

      Do not buy if you plan to sweat while wearing it


      I bought this product to wear for running and loved its features. All I have done is run with this watch and have even taken it off while showering. Recently the screen started getting glitchy and it was still within warranty so I contacted Samsung customer service and (finally) got a UPS shipping label for the return after 3 follow-ups. OK no problem, at least it'll get fixed and I'll be back to being able to use it. Was delivered back to me today (hurray!) and to my dismay there was a college rejection-like letter telling me they regret to inform me my product is deemed unrepairable due to liquid damage. Excuse me, liquid damage?? Isn't this product water resistant to a claimed 50 meters? I called Samsung again to ask them how they can claim water resistance but not back up a product that is damaged by water, especially when I didn't do anything with it but sweat while running. After talking with the representative and her supervisor, I was informed liquid damage is not covered under warranty. This is very obviously a defective product which is bad enough but then to have Samsung not stand behind it and hang me out to dry? Not OK. That's not how good business is done. I am now no longer a Samsung customer because of this and will be telling everyone I know, not that they care. Please learn from my mistake and dont waste your money. I hear Garmin and Apple make good products.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Great upgrade to the Fit 2 and Replaces a Fitbit

      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

      This is the Gear Fit that I have been waiting for. I have been a die hard Fitbit Surge user for the last 2 years. I switched from the Microsoft Band, which was great. Fitbit products are great, but they have grown stale and don't include some of the important information that the Gear Fit 2 Pro does. The GF2P now does continuous heart rate, so when I'm doing my cross-fit style workouts, I just set it to 'other workout' and it tracks pretty well. Over the weekend with 3 different workouts of 60+ minutes it came in a little higher on the heart rate peak (compared to the surge) and the calorie burn was lower (which I don't think is a bad thing. Just means I need to work harder). I really like the fact I can review previous workouts (stats and charts) right from the device, which you can't do with the surge. You can also view a map of your run right on the device. It is really light and I barely notice that I'm wearing it. I know use my Gear S3 during the day and a gear fit 2 pro for workouts, and Samsung Health auto switches the devices and combines the steps for me. Looking forward to testing out the waterproofing and hope that it holds up. Only negative for me so far is that because it is plastic and light, it feels a little cheap. You get a lot of features in such a small device.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

      What not to do in the Samsung Gear Fit2 Pro


      Run, walk, swim, bike, yard work, hike, workout, canoeing, bowling, yoga, hot yoga, backpacking participate in any sport or any physical activity. I purchased this smartwatch and I wore it while working out at the gym, and while working out like anyone I sweat. The watch failed in month 10 and would not charge. I sent to watch into Samsung to repair it because it was within the one year warranty. Samsung returned the watch to me within a week and stated that the motherboard was corrupted because it got wet. I thought that to be strange because it was advertised that the Samsung Gear Fit2 Pro is waterproof, and I don’t swim just workout at the gym and yard work. So I went back and forth and was finally told that the watch was would not be replaced, and was not warrantable because it was my fault that I wore the watch and my sweat got into the watch and all Samsung watches aren’t waterproof. So I was out of money time and would have to buy a new watch. So to close do NOT buy this watch or any Samsung Fit watches if you are an active person. Please avoid what I went through and look into another brand. Samsung does not care.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Works Great- Nice Color Selection

      • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

      I moved up from the standard Gear Fit2 to the Gear Fit2 Pro and was not disappointed. The built-in MyFitnessPal app seems to work better than the same app on the standard Gear Fit2, the default watch faces are better (more info), the style of the watch band itself (the way it looks and holds) is much improved, the fact that it claims to be waterproof is a needed improvement (they say you can track swimming now as i understand it, but it's not swimming weather where i am as i write this).. I haven't had any freezes/hangs/slowdowns etc. like i did often have with the original gear fit2 (so far, anyway), though with the original band I found when that happened a reboot often fixed it Battery life is good, i went at least 2 days without charging (which for a smartwatch is great, i read the apple watch won't last a full day) and had around 40-50% battery left at end of 2nd day (note: battery life depends on what you do with it, what apps and watch faces you install will also affect it). I do think exercise calorie tracking more closely matched the machines reporting of calories burned (on treadmill, elliptical).. Overall, I'm not disappointed with this upgrade from the previous watch, even if overall the core functions of the watch are not that much different than the standard Gear Fit2.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      Cool look, disappointing performance

      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      This watch was a Christmas gift this past year, so I've had it for a little over six months now. I did my research and actively asked for this because it is a very sleek, attractive look, is waterproof (I free dive), and not a GIGANTIC watch on my wrist. Appearance and waterproofing have not disappointed. It also integrates with text, email, skype for business, etc. pretty well. The cons... IT DOES NOT FUNCTION AS AN ACTIVITY TRACKER. I went for a run with three different fitness trackers on my wrist on two different occasions and found the result to be the Gear Fit2 Pro only recorded 60% of my steps and distance. If I turn on any combination of the GPS, heart rate monitor, or music, I don't make it through my run before the battery dies. Also, it's been a while since I tried to add music to the internal storage, but it was an EXTREMELY clunky and slow process. So much so, that I never tried to add any more music after the first 10 or so songs. Given the position of this watch as a "hybrid" between fitness trackers and full on smart watches, I was very excited about it. I have been very disappointed with it's performance, though, and did not get any support from Samsung when I called to inquire about it. Non-functional eye-candy is how I would best characterize this product.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    What experts are saying

    Rating: 4.1 out of 5 stars with 16 reviews

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    • ZDNetMarch 6, 2018
      Samsung Gear Fit 2 Pro, First Take: Tougher and more waterproof
      Samsung's Gear Fit 2 gained a lot of plaudits, which makes launching a 'pro' version something of a challenge. After all, the core of a good wearable is having a strong range of core features accessible via a clean and uncluttered UI that doesn'tFull Review
    • techgearlab.comRating, 5 out of 5David Wise on February 15, 2018
      Samsung Gear Fit2 Pro Review
      Almost clinching the top score overall, the Gear Fit2 Pro is an overall excellent fitness tracker, being exceptionally easy to use with a strong suite of fitness and health tracking capabilities. The Fit2 Pro is comfortable to wear and has a sleekFull Review
    • TechRadar (UK)Rating, 3 out of 5Cameron Faulkner on February 14, 2018
      Samsung Gear Fit 2 Pro review
      This ‘pro' wearable is disappointingly lackingFull Review
    • Stuff (UK)Rating, 4 out of 5December 17, 2017
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      Swim-centric upgrades make this a winning wearableFull Review
    • AndroidPITDecember 8, 2017
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    • Trusted Reviews (UK)Rating, 3.5 out of 5Alastair Stevenson on December 5, 2017
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