Amazfit Bip Smartwatch by Huami with All-Day Heart Rate and Activity Tracking, Sleep Monitoring, GPS, Ultra-Long Battery Life, Bluetooth, US Service and Warranty (A1608 Black)

January 6, 2020 - Comment

Launched in 2014, Huami is now the largest wearable device company worldwide with over 50 million units sold today and 17. 1% global marketshare. Our industry leading Amazfit product line smartwatches and activity trackers including newly launched BIP, Stratos and Cor effortlessly track activity without sacrificing style or performance. Huami is also the exclusive provider

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Launched in 2014, Huami is now the largest wearable device company worldwide with over 50 million units sold today and 17. 1% global marketshare. Our industry leading Amazfit product line smartwatches and activity trackers including newly launched BIP, Stratos and Cor effortlessly track activity without sacrificing style or performance. Huami is also the exclusive provider of wearable technology for Xiaomi and maker of the Mi Band.

Product Features

  • The Amazfit Bip smartwatch comes with 30-day long battery life on a single charge of 2.5-hours.
  • Optical heart rate monitoring and built-in GPS to track daily step count, distance traveled, calories burned, and sleep quality.
  • 4-sport modes – outdoor running, treadmill, cycling and walking with detailed insights into most frequent activities.
  • Get notifications for emails, SMS messages, and incoming phone calls as well as alerts for Facebook, Twitter, weather forecasts, etc.
  • This smartwatch comes in 4 colors and a bright always-on 1.28″ display and is compatible with both Google Android and Apple iOS.

Comments

Anonymous says:

The Android Wear watches I liked.. Background: I have had the original Pebble, a LG, ASUS and Samsung smartwatch as well as a Fitbit HR Charge. Unfortunately the Pebble was put out of business. The Android Wear watches I liked…except for the daily worry about is the battery going to last. I wanted something to monitor my sleep but…the batteries always needed charging. I loved the Samsung S2 but the rotating dial froze up…so then I was on the fitbit which is a good little watch…but didn’t like how it looked on me and…

Anonymous says:

No reason to buy a more expensive smartwatch This watch is fantastic. I am moving from a Pebble and did not want to spend $200+ on the FitBit equivalent so I did my research and picked up this watch. It has some good and bad, but the good outweighs the bad by a lot.CONS:- No additional or 3rd party apps for the watch- Out of the hundreds of watch faces very few are setup for US date structure- Band is kinda small for a big fat guy like me (I have 3 holes left)PROS:- Battery life is amazing. After…

Anonymous says:

Better than expected I got my device yesterday. I was pumped–a GPS watch that monitors heart rate for under $100? Score. I’ve been biking more recently, and I wanted something that allowed me to leave my phone home, but Garmin and TomTom watches are way too much for my beginner self. Plus, I don’t care about phone notifications, or onboard apps, or whatever, I just wanted a tracker that tells time. I trust “off-brand” products typically, and this watch had what I wanted at a price point I can…

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