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  • Water-Resistant Up to 164'
  • Built-In GPS & Heart Rate Monitor
  • Up to 20 Days of Battery Life
  • 1.3" AMOLED Display
  • Bluetooth 5.0 & Smart Functions
  • Heart Rate Warning
  • 14 Sport Modes
  • Sedentary Reminder
  • Corning Gorilla Glass 3

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I've owned trackers/watches from Fitbit, Amazfit, Apple, and Garmin, and none of them are great at sleep tracking. I think the problem is that everyone is so different that current sensors can't account for all bodies. My resting HR is 55-60bpm, and sometimes trackers will assume I'm sleeping of I'm watching TV at night. Likewise, when I wake up, it continues assuming I'm asleep because of my heart rate and low amount of movement.

As far as assessing and measuring deep vs. light vs. REM sleep, they will also have inaccuracies. My current Garmin says I average 15 minutes of deep sleep a night for the past 18 months. I'm thinking I'd be dead by now if that was the case. Basically, don't get one of these to track sleep. Steps, HR, O2, time, and notifications are fine, but sleep tracking on any current wearable is inaccurate.
Also the GTS 2 Mini might work. Goes on sale for $70 to $80 on occasion.

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Thanks. Good product
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Trustworthy review:

https://www.tomsguide.com/reviews...zfit-t-rex

Just understand that you can only expect so much from a sub-$100 smartwatch.
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My wife has the band 5 and likes it, but wants a bigger rectangular band as well. Any suggestions between all the different models? Any have alexa built in as well? Thanks.
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I believe the original MSRP price is $139, they just release the pro version, so it explains why this one is on sale.
been using it for 6 months, strong battery life, it can last for 2 weeks between changing.
good product, no complaint so far, but you need other apps to get more variety of watch skins if you are not happy with the existing skins.
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My wife has the band 5 and likes it, but wants a bigger rectangular band as well. Any suggestions between all the different models? Any have alexa built in as well? Thanks.
Checkout amazfit bip S
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Quote from CalmMaid989 :
I believe the original MSRP price is $139, they just release the pro version, so it explains why this one is on sale.
been using it for 6 months, strong battery life, it can last for 2 weeks between changing.
good product, no complaint so far, but you need other apps to get more variety of watch skins if you are not happy with the existing skins.
Noob here looking to buy my first smartwatch. I'm looking for one with the best (if not a very good) sleep tracker. Decent battery life is a plus. Does this fit the bill or should I look elsewhere?
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Noob here looking to buy my first smartwatch. I'm looking for one with the best (if not a very good) sleep tracker. Decent battery life is a plus. Does this fit the bill or should I look elsewhere else?
This is a big watch to sleep in. You should get something that's more slim and lightweight. Just my two cents.
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Quote from dj24 :
Noob here looking to buy my first smartwatch. I'm looking for one with the best (if not a very good) sleep tracker. Decent battery life is a plus. Does this fit the bill or should I look elsewhere else?
I've owned trackers/watches from Fitbit, Amazfit, Apple, and Garmin, and none of them are great at sleep tracking. I think the problem is that everyone is so different that current sensors can't account for all bodies. My resting HR is 55-60bpm, and sometimes trackers will assume I'm sleeping of I'm watching TV at night. Likewise, when I wake up, it continues assuming I'm asleep because of my heart rate and low amount of movement.

As far as assessing and measuring deep vs. light vs. REM sleep, they will also have inaccuracies. My current Garmin says I average 15 minutes of deep sleep a night for the past 18 months. I'm thinking I'd be dead by now if that was the case. Basically, don't get one of these to track sleep. Steps, HR, O2, time, and notifications are fine, but sleep tracking on any current wearable is inaccurate.
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This is a big watch to sleep in. You should get something that's more slim and lightweight. Just my two cents.
I was thinking the same thing. I normally don't like wearing watches for this same reason but because of a sleep condition I've decided to start doing so. Any recommendations for a smaller size one that does well with overall sleep tracking?

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I've owned trackers/watches from Fitbit, Amazfit, Apple, and Garmin, and none of them are great at sleep tracking. I think the problem is that everyone is so different that current sensors can't account for all bodies. My resting HR is 55-60bpm, and sometimes trackers will assume I'm sleeping of I'm watching TV at night. Likewise, when I wake up, it continues assuming I'm asleep because of my heart rate and low amount of movement.

As far as assessing and measuring deep vs. light vs. REM sleep, they will also have inaccuracies. My current Garmin says I average 15 minutes of deep sleep a night for the past 18 months. I'm thinking I'd be dead by now if that was the case. Basically, don't get one of these to track sleep. Steps, HR, O2, time, and notifications are fine, but sleep tracking on any current wearable is inaccurate.
I understand and my initial research in this space is proving the same. I just need something close to accurate to assist me in monitoring my diagnosed sleep condition with the knowledge that it won't always be right. From the ones that you've tried which do you recommend for my scenario?
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I was thinking the same thing. I normally don't like wearing watches for this same reason but because of a sleep condition I've decided to start doing so. Any recommendations for a smaller size one that does well with overall sleep tracking?



I understand and my initial research in this space is proving the same. I just need something close to accurate to assist me in monitoring my diagnosed sleep condition with the knowledge that it won't always be right. From the ones that you've tried which do you recommend for my scenario?
I'm sorry I don't have the best recommendation for you on a model to get. I'm sure someone else is much more versed in proper sleep tracking than I.

I wish you luck! 👍
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My wife has the band 5 and likes it, but wants a bigger rectangular band as well. Any suggestions between all the different models? Any have alexa built in as well? Thanks.
Also the GTS 2 Mini might work. Goes on sale for $70 to $80 on occasion.
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can you manually measure spo2 & hr without using the app?
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The Simpler smartwatch - https://wyze.com/wyze-watch.html
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