24/7 Wearable: Always-on activity tracking keeps track of your activities throughout the day and is prepared for any adventure with its dust and water resistant protection (IP67). Light and durable with a curved Super AMOLED display.
Personalized Fitness Motivator: With the Heart Rate Sensor, Samsung Gear Fit gives you real time coaching to actively support and motivate you to achieve your fitness goals.
Simple Interaction: Samsung Gear Fit allows you to easily control basic functions, such as, reject calls with messages, quick reply to messages and control alarms.
Connected Notification: Samsung Gear Fit equips you with instant notifications of emails, SMS, incoming calls, & 3rd party apps to keep you connected.
Compatible with Samsung Galaxy S5 / Galaxy Grand 2 / Galaxy Note 3 / Galaxy Note 3 Neo / Galaxy Note 2 / Galaxy S4 / Galaxy S3 / Galaxy S4 Zoom / Galaxy S4 Active / Galaxy S4 mini /Galaxy Mega 6.3 / Galaxy Mega 5.8 / Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 Edition) / Galaxy NotePRO (12.2) / Galaxy TabPRO (12.2/10.1/8.4) [Compatible device models to be further expanded]
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Samsung Gear Fit
The Samsung Gear Fit is the first curved, Super AMOLED wearable device for active lifestyles. Empower your fitness with real-time coaching and heart rate monitoring without sacrificing style or connectivity. Wherever your day takes you, Gear Fit matches any occasion with interchangeable bands and screens so you can look and feel your best.
Live every day to the max. Achieve your fitness goals and improve your overall wellness with smarter monitoring and motivation.
Set and achieve new fitness goals, track your steps and even get real-time coaching when you’re working out.
Put your heart in it
The Gear Fit features a built-in heart rate monitor that responds to your touch.
Express your style with custom looks for any occasion.
Wear it anywhere
Gear Fit is designed for any occasion, not just workouts. Its curved display contours comfortably to your wrist, while interchangeable bands provide multiple color options.
Change it up
Make your Gear Fit your own and keep your style fresh by customizing your Gear Fit lock screen, background and font.
Live in the Moment
Feel more connected and less distracted. Receive notifications at your wrist to keep your hands free. Get the info you need, when you need it.
Updates as you work out
View emails, texts and alerts all on the 1.84-inch Super AMOLED display. Dismiss calls with a tap, and even customize alerts from third-party apps.
Ready for anything
The Gear Fit is dustproof and water-resistant, and weighs only 27 grams, so you’ll hardly notice it’s on your wrist.
Pair your Gear Fit with the following Samsung devices:
Samsung Galaxy S 5 Samsung Galaxy S 4 Samsung Galaxy S III
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Samsung Galaxy Note II Samsung Galaxy Mega
Overall - I've used it for about one week, in conjunction with my old Fit Bit Flex. I really like the Samsung Gear Fit and I think it's a solid v1. There are some areas of improvements (mainly form the software perspective) and few things to fix ASAP like the pedometer (see the details below). It works very well with my Galaxy Note 3 (Android version: kit kat). I didn't experience any issue like device rebooting, phones incompatibility, etc.(please note I've updated the firmware of the Gear Fit as It asked, during the setup).
Form factor -I like the design but I find the case little bit thicker than it should be. However, I always keep it on even when I work out (and dance) and it doesn't bother me at all. I hope the next version of the Gear fit, will be much thinner (I'd expect 50% thinner). Besides, I don't find the small button on the side to turn the screen on, very convenient (Samsung should redesign it). You can set the Gear Fit to turn automatically the screen on every time you twist your arm for reading the time or notification. However, I decided to turn this feature off since it's too sensitive (if you drive, the Gear Fit will turn it on every time you use your steering wheel).
Battery life - I rate it as good since I need to recharge it every 3 days. I hate the custom adapter to the USB (required for the charging). It seems you cannot buy another one (I'd like having one in the office and one at home - I could not find it on the Samsung web site as accessory or spare part).
Screen - absolutely fantastic. Easy to read, great colors and contrasts (I was able to use the Gear Fit even when the sun was shining). However, I'd love to see the next version of the Gear Fir with wider screen (width considering the axes as my arm).Read more ›
This is my review of the Gear Fit, and is not incentivized by Samsung in any way, shape, or form. I purchased the device myself as I found it an interesting gadget that I wanted to try.
The Gear Fit by Samsung has really got some bad reviews out there on the Interwebs.
I happen to disagree with most of them. OK, the Fit tries to be a smartwatch and a fitness band – I get it. And it actually does both rather well.
Design The Gear Fit features a beautiful, curved AMOLED screen that has been described as bulky, but it fits on the wrist quite well in my experience. There’s never been anything like this on the smartwatch, or gadget market in general. The forward facing design is not only fantastic, a joy to use, but the bands can easily be changed to suit your style of dress. I have a big wrist, and it fits without any problem whatsoever. It features a heart rate monitor and a mostly accurate pedometer.
The Interface What I find impressive is that Samsung designed a new operating system, called Tizen, specifically for the line of new Gear devices. This is a switch from Android, which was used in the first wearable Gear watch. Each version of the OS, is custom to the device – meaning the Fit gets to use RTOS, or real-time operating system to increase it’s battery life to 3-4 days, which is more than the Gear 2 or Gear 2 Neo.
With the screen, and the snappy, always responsive OS – the learning curve is little to none. The Gear Fit will track your steps, sleep, and exercises. It will also track and “coach” you as you run, cycle, or walk. During these activities, your heart rate can be monitored in real time and the Fit will tell you when to speed up based upon your rate.Read more ›
I actually received my Gear Fit on 7 April via preorder, and syncing it to my phone was a hassle that took 2 days to work through. That's my mobile provider's fault, not Samsung's, as EVERY other provider has already updated the Note 3 to Android KitKat months ago, and the Gear Fit is designed to work with Kitkat, not Jellybean. Why the delay, V***? A shout out to Samsung service for finding a work around. See, V? Good customer service wins you positive PR and customer loyalty. Try it sometime, ok?
Now that I have it working and have the latest firmware, just two thoughts on how Samsung can update a solid four-star product into a spectacular five stars, as well as an observation of a quirk that is irritating, but giving design trade-offs probably unfixable and in the end worth the hassle it causes.
1. PEDOMETER: You need to activate the exercise apps for it to actually track. That may make sense for running, but for walking? I'd like my pedometer to track my steps from wake-up to lights out at night. Please change the software to add a setting to the pedometer: activate/pause (which is what it has now) and a new setting "always on." I mean, its the Gear "FIT," right? So why should the wearer have to remember to turn it on in the morning to track their 10,000 steps? I already have enough to remember when I groggily roll out of bed, like my name, where I left my glasses last night, and which toothbrush is mine.
2. ORIENTATION: Samsung wisely distributed an update just before official release, so you latecomers should have it already. This update added a sleep monitor, and perhaps more importantly, the update allows you to change the orientation to between landscape (you have to twist your head/arm to read) and portrait (like typical watches).Read more ›