5.0 out of 5 starsMust Buy Fitness tracker For all
13 September 2017
Purchased This fitness Tracker For myself and Getting Good results with this..Very stylish and useful product. It can Log the daily meal for me and Calorie burn Notification is really Good. Battery Backup up to the mark and i really love the Blue Color it suits me a lot..
First of all received a faulty band having battery problem. Returned the band and Asked for replacement, recieved old band that was also faulty as i was not able to power on the band after 90 mins of charging.
The first time I received the product it had an open box, no personal assistant code or anything so I replaced it and got a sealed package this time, although after using it for about 10-12 days the tracker just shut down and won’t turn on now. The tracker accurately tracks your footsteps,calories etc but cannot track your bpm and the battery dies out in almost One and a half days if your connected with your phone 2-3 days otherwise. So I’d say it’s not what it is claimed and hyped about!
The product user guide and web site says the app can be installed from iOS 9 and above, but the app in the appstore is insisting the OS should be iOS 10 and above, Any one know any workaround ? Are there any product support from the manufacturer ?
I don't want to rate it 2 star because its an Indian startup but I have to.
Band is okay. But the application support is pathetic. I walked 11000 steps and that was what band was showing. After sync (multiple times), application was showing only 4K steps. Initially I thought that its being smart and trying not to consider the steps which didn't burn much calories. But it doesn't look like so.
The application UI is so clumsy. Its very difficult to reach to options and then to remember them.
Android support is completely missing. Don't know where to reach these guys and tell that they cannot just ignore Android.
The package knocked at my doorstep within 24 hrs after ordering it. Neatly packed. There's a user manual in it. But that's for boltt beat where as the product you'll have in your hand is boltt beat 2.0. So I'm sure you'll not have all the features it says in the manual. Notifications alerts can be seen only when the tracker is connected to the device via Bluetooth. As for the battery , if you don't fiddle with it constantly , it can survive 2 full adventure filled days. I guess that's not an issue at all. The app for ANDROID is however still primitive and will keep getting upgrades as time progresses I hope and maybe it could unlock all the features it says it has ( maybe I could be wrong ). Good built quality. Strap looks strong. The accuracy is pretty horrible . Calculates the calories burnt in the app by knowing your body mass index so the numbers are totally inaccurate and obviously it cannot recognize when you've walked , ran , did cardio ,etc... But yes , it's only 2k and you can't expect a lot. I have a skinny wrist so I can feel the bulk of the device. It's roughly a little over a centimeters thick. It DOES function in a moving vehicle , probably counts a few hundred steps ( max 200 mtrs ) when I reach my leg down in slow moving traffic . Sleep track feature is brilliant. It says I've had a 23 hr sleep. Capable of measuring heart rate even when it's not strapped on to your wrist. The thing cracks me up. If you really want to invest money on wearables like these , I'd suggest you to get Fitbit. These cheap ones are a fraud.