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I ordered thos smart watch , while it is packaged in a large box for ts size, the included instructions are in small print that many people can not read at all.
Maybe cut down on paper of the box and send usable instructions ?
I had to contact the support team because I was having issues with the watch but after messaging with the support team, Allisa with FITVII, their team representative was very, very patient with me and messaged me back promptly and I am very grateful to see that there is still some awesome customer service around. I highly recommend this watch to anybody that is considering to buy it. Not only is it a great watch but if you have any issues at least you know that there are some workers like Allisa and her team of coworkers that are trained to help you and be patient with an old veteran like myself that is still learning the new technology. Awesome
We needed these to track BP, HR and O2 as per Dr's advice. The accuracy there is great!
It misses a lot of steps. It seems to need definite "foot hitting the floor," or a certain bounce up and down to read the step. I was taught to walk smoothly and not bounce. -the old book on the head. It also seems to need arm swing. If you're carrying something, you get no steps. I think it's probably missing about half my steps. Then again, maybe I'm shuffling instead of stepping too often.
I have been using this for about a week now., so I have not tried everything out yet. It works as well as if not better than my older generation Garmin. The pulse and oxygen levels seem to be fairly accurate when compared to my finger pulse-oximeter. However, the blood pressure consistently shows a higher pressure than a cuff, about 20 points on both high and low. But, it's not a medical grade device and gives me a reference point. The sleep tracking seems to be pretty much dead on with what I think the results should be. It was easy to setup with the app. The app choices are limited, but I can use it to start and stop whatever google podcast I currently have running. It doesn't seem to share data with Google Fit. I have not charged it for 5 days and still show 80% battery left. To me, this is the biggest selling point. I can wear it all day, use it for sleep tracking and don't have to squeeze in time to charge it when I get up in the morning or before I go to bed.
Overall, while the accuracy is not spot on, it is consistent. So, I have a baseline to work from. It does what I want at a fraction of the cost of the name brand "smart" watches and I don't have to charge it nearly as often.