I have only every really used my phone as my major activity tracker. This is my first actual fitness tracker wristband. I’m amazed how lightweight, and more efficient it is. I am quite pleased that I was afforded the opportunity to review Tushi’s Fitness Tracker Wristband in exchange for an unbiased and honest review. This product arrived professionally packaged, with two different sets of instructions, the fitness tracker, and the charging cord. This is their improved, 2nd Edition Fitness Tracker too.
This fitness tracker is also a watch. It will sync with both IOS and Android devices. I have a Galaxy Note 4, and I was able to sync it easily. The first thing you will want to do when your fitness tracker arrives is place your watch on the included charger. It’s a special charger just for this watch, so don’t lose it, lol. The charger plugs into a USB charger. The end that attaches to the wristband attached by magnets. You attach it to the underside of the watch. While your watch is charging, you will want to read the instructions. Start with the larger pamphlet that talks about what app to download to your smartphone so you can sync it. The app is called ISport Activity Tracker. It was free for me to download. After the watch was charged, it only took a few minutes to sync up with my phone. The time immediately updated, and I was off and running. I placed my watch into sleep mode while I slept. When I woke, I held the button for a couple of seconds. and woke up my watch. It will count your steps daily from midnight to midnight. I’m amazed at how many steps I take in my home, just doing chores, lol. I may end up giving this to my son. I’m trying to inspire him to up his activity level. He is young but technically inclined and inspired. He loves how he can just walk down the hallway or bounce in place, and the activity tracker picks it up. I’m actually amazed how mentally motivating this wristband is. Even for me, and I like to be active. I will get up and move just so my number goes up, lol. It has worked flawlessly for me so far, knock on wood. There are many functions you can get into. It has a 15 day memory, sleep monitoring, 4 setting vibration alarm, an exercise reminder, a 3D sensor, it’s water resistant, has a distance counter, powered with a Lithium Ion battery, calories burned, and time and date display. The charge lasts for the day easily. The screen goes black, saving energy when you are not actively using it. You press the button to get the time, and to scroll through your functions. After you let go of the button, the screen stays lit for less than 10 seconds. The strap is highly adjustable. There are 10 holes in the wristband. The clasp has two prongs that snap into two holes. If you make sure you press these through all the way, this band will not pop off by accident. I did a lot of home chores, included carrying large items out for the trash, and the band didn’t even budge. It just kept tracking my movement; awesome. This watch is water resistant. You can shower with it too. Soaking it in water, like a bath, or pool will not be a good thing for this tracker, lol. It’s not waterproof, just highly water resistant.
I am highly impressed with this fitness tracker. It has been so easy to use, and unbelievably inspiring. I just can’t get over how inspiring it is by just being on your wrist. It absolutely motivates you to get up and move. And with the very sensitive tracking it has, it gives you immediate gratification. Even my older mother was hinting she wanted to wear it. The battle for the fitness tracker has begun, lol.
If you would like to purchase Second Edition Fitness Tracker, it can be found here on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00OGD6PT2/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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