Huawei Fit

Huawei Fit

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This Huawei Fit is a smartwatch that has a 1.04-inch touchscreen, Gorilla Glass LCD. It supports Bluetooth 4.2 technology. It has a 6-axis motion sensor for the accelerometer and a heart rate sensor. It is 5ATM water-resistant.

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What the community says about Huawei Fit

  • He Zhang
    Written on June 2, 2018
    "The Huawei Fit will cover your basic needs for a fitness smartwatch. It is water resistant, which is nice for a sports watch, has an effective heart monitor and supports Bluetooth technology. While it isn't the most stylish offering out there, the price is right. I bought mine refurbished for about $100 and find it to be very suitable."
    Vincent Berry
    Written on May 31, 2018
    "I have owned several smartwatches in the past few years. Without exception, all of them didn't work the way as promised. The only one that is worth a darn, in my opinion, is the Huawei Fit. It's splash and sweat resistant and functions at 100% all the time. I wouldn't even consider buying a different one at this point."
  • Olivia Cooper
    Written on March 22, 2018
    "I started out with a Fit Bit. I really liked it, but it fell apart within 6 months. I am hoping this smart watch will last longer. It certainly feels better made. I love the Gorilla glass and water resistant features."
  • Willie Bryant
    Written on May 22, 2018
    "I am a fitness junkie and this watch helps me all the time with my daily runs. It doesn't get in the way or feel bothersome on my wrist. Great for anybody who needs something low budget and simple."
  • Doris Fowler
    Written on March 18, 2018
    "This is a great wearable fitness tracker. It has many built in features to help you to monitor your health."
  • Lu Sun
    Written on April 6, 2018
    "While this is indeed a modern gadget designed to monitor my health, I am not impressed with it. I cannot agree that it is one of the best items out there that fit this description, since it doesn't have the same sort of backing that Fitbit does, nor the aesthetic appeal and accuracy. It qualifies, but it's just not up there."
  • Tiffany Freeman
    Written on March 16, 2018
    "I recently found out I have a hernia but the doctors won’t do the surgery unless I lose fifty pounds first. Too much chance of a recurrence. The doctor suggested some exercises and gave me some tips and one of them was to purchase a heart rate monitor to make sure I was getting the best workout I could. I found this monitor online and the price couldn’t be beat so I ordered one. I like it but it’s not perfect for my uses. I like that it vibrates when I reach my goal heart rate. I don’t have to constantly stare at it this way. However, it seems to be designed with runners in mind and I am definitely not a runner. More features geared toward aerobic exercises would be nice. "
  • Joshua Boyd
    Written on March 25, 2018
    "This watch is Chinese. Believe me, it shows. If you want a smartwatch go with an Apple or Samsung. You won't have the headaches."
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