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Samsung Galaxy fit marked down to 49.99, both black and white variants.

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From the product page:

"Syncs to select Apple® and Android devices
Such as iPhone®, iPad®, iPod® touch and cell phones and tablets with Android 5.0 (Lollipop) or later for simple wireless communication."
It appears that a lot of the noname versions on amazon do NOT work with tablets.

What is the current thinking on the security issues with these devices?
That's why I want to install and run the app on an old tablet, not my phone. I got one of the noname ones and it required an app installed on a phone to even set the time.
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Is it better than Fitbit Inspire HR? Recently bought it and wanted to know if you guys recommend one over the other?
I cannot speak to this watch, as I was looking to purchase it to replace my Fitbit Inspire HR. Prior to that, I had a Charge 2 HR. I am not a fan of either. On the plus side, they have decent battery life. Not anywhere near the stated amounts, but they'll go 5-7 days without a charge. They are also great for tracking sleep and HR -- that's what I use them for primarily.

But their internal software sucks. Both of them froze all the time. As we speak, my Inspire HR is frozen -- it will show the time, but won't scroll properly. It's a relatively easy fix -- you connect it to the charger and hold down the side button. But I don't carry the charger with me. I had the same problem with the Charge 2 HR. It bricked itself inexplicably after about 9 months, and I never did get it working again. Oh, also, they will not sync reliably with my Android (LG G8) phone. It usually takes 4-5 tries for the phone to find the watch and sync. It's pretty annoying.

At this point, I'm sort of done with Fitbits, and am looking at either this or the Xiaomi. We have a Xiaomi vacuum at home, and it runs circles around our Roomba, which we've since relegated to the upstairs. I'm hoping the prowess carries over into their smartwatches. Lol.

Good luck.
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I cannot speak to this watch, as I was looking to purchase it to replace my Fitbit Inspire HR. Prior to that, I had a Charge 2 HR. I am not a fan of either. On the plus side, they have decent battery life. Not anywhere near the stated amounts, but they'll go 5-7 days without a charge. They are also great for tracking sleep and HR -- that's what I use them for primarily.

But their internal software sucks. Both of them froze all the time. As we speak, my Inspire HR is frozen -- it will show the time, but won't scroll properly. It's a relatively easy fix -- you connect it to the charger and hold down the side button. But I don't carry the charger with me. I had the same problem with the Charge 2 HR. It bricked itself inexplicably after about 9 months, and I never did get it working again. Oh, also, they will not sync reliably with my Android (LG G8) phone. It usually takes 4-5 tries for the phone to find the watch and sync. It's pretty annoying.

At this point, I'm sort of done with Fitbits, and am looking at either this or the Xiaomi. We have a Xiaomi vacuum at home, and it runs circles around our Roomba, which we've since relegated to the upstairs. I'm hoping the prowess carries over into their smartwatches. Lol.

Good luck.
Does the Roomba ever try to end it all and "clean the stairs"?
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This is trash
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This is trash
More for me!
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I have both - Samsung Galaxy Fit & Xiaomi Mi Band 5. Mi has little bigger screen and far better battery life whereas Samsung Galaxy Fit looks much much better on the wrist. Both of them support continuous HR monitoring & REM sleep tracking. If you like to track your calorie intake, then only the Samsung Health app supports this. You'd be amazed by the wide variety of foods (incl. international cuisine) and their nutrition facts in the Samsung Health App. Mi Band 5 tracks calories burned but I couldn't find an option to add calorie intake. And, of course, Mi Band 5 is far cheaper and it is easy to get replacement straps for cheap compared to Galaxy Fit.
+1 for the Mi Band 5. Battery life is much better on the Mi than most trackers available on the market. It lasts about 10-12 days for me on a full charge with notifications, sleep monitoring, etc set on it. You can extend it much longer turning off some of the options. The step tracker is on par with my iphone. But I use it primarily for the text message notifications so I don't have to glance over to the phone.
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What are the odds? My wife's just broke a few days ago! In for 1 and this time I got the geek squad protection because her last one didn't last 6 months. Even though its cheap, I would highly recommend this.
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This is trash
I also believe so
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how detailed is samsung health compared to garmin?
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We are not particularly active. At our age, we should be. We don't have any notifications that we care to know instantly. What that in mind:

Is the heart rate monitor and steps monitor alone worth $50?
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We are not particularly active. At our age, we should be. We don't have any notifications that we care to know instantly. What that in mind:

Is the heart rate monitor and steps monitor alone worth $50?
Yes, and the sleep monitoring. It lets you know if you're getting proper REM sleep and in what quantity.
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From what I'm reading, this thing has no GPS or GPS connectivity with your phone. It's not clear to me what the point of this thing is If it can't track outdoor activities. Sleep and step tracker?
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I cannot speak to this watch, as I was looking to purchase it to replace my Fitbit Inspire HR. Prior to that, I had a Charge 2 HR. I am not a fan of either. On the plus side, they have decent battery life. Not anywhere near the stated amounts, but they'll go 5-7 days without a charge. They are also great for tracking sleep and HR -- that's what I use them for primarily.

But their internal software sucks. Both of them froze all the time. As we speak, my Inspire HR is frozen -- it will show the time, but won't scroll properly. It's a relatively easy fix -- you connect it to the charger and hold down the side button. But I don't carry the charger with me. I had the same problem with the Charge 2 HR. It bricked itself inexplicably after about 9 months, and I never did get it working again. Oh, also, they will not sync reliably with my Android (LG G8) phone. It usually takes 4-5 tries for the phone to find the watch and sync. It's pretty annoying.

At this point, I'm sort of done with Fitbits, and am looking at either this or the Xiaomi. We have a Xiaomi vacuum at home, and it runs circles around our Roomba, which we've since relegated to the upstairs. I'm hoping the prowess carries over into their smartwatches. Lol.

Good luck.
Thanks for the detailed info.. I have been using Fitbit HR for a week or so and have no issues so far..it connects to my S10.. I love how sleek it is but since this is my first fitness tracker wanted to get the community's opinion. Will check this out as well to compare.
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got one. thanks
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No open box around 250mi in my area
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