HUAWEI Band 3 Pro All-in-One Fitness Activity Tracker, 5ATM Water Resistance for Swim, 24/7 Heart Rate Monitor, Built-in GPS, Multi-Sports Mode, Sleep Tracking, Blue, One Size
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- AMOLED touch display: color screen and adjustable screen brightness; full screen touch and home button control - built-in GPS tracks workouts without your phone
- 5ATM: 50M water resistance, pool swim and open water with a 6-axis imu sensor, providing stats for stroke style detection, distance, laps, swolf, number of strokes and calories
- Multi-sports mode: indoor/outdoor run, walk, indoor/outdoor cycle, swim, free training and various exercise types - 24/7 heart rate monitor: provides precise real-time heart rate data
- Sleep tracking: true sleep 2.0, developed in collaboration with Harvard medical school’s cdb center, identifies the 6 most common sleep-related issues, and gives suggestions for better sleep
- Camera remote: doubles as a Camera shutter remote for your smartphone - take better selfies, group photos, and shots at distances without carrying an extra Camera shutter remote
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Color Touch Display
AMOLED multi-color touchscreen brings the seamless vision of a 2.5D display to your wristband. Check the time, receive notifications, and track your workout with color and touch.
24/7 Smarter Heart Monitoring
Innovative hardware design using IR light, backed by intelligent AI, gives you precise, up-to-the-second heart rate data day or night with the HUAWEI TruSeen 3.0 precision heart rate monitoring system.
Scientific Sleep Monitor
TrueSleep 2.0, developed in collaboration with Harvard Medical School’s CDB Center, identifies and corrects the 6 most common sleep-related issues, giving you more than 200 potential solutions and suggestions for better sleep.
Swim Smarter & Better
Swim like a champ, with intelligent feedback to recognize and improve your strokes, in the pool and in open water. Water-resistant up to 50 meters, HUAWEI Band 3 Pro provides swimming data, such as calories, number of turns and average SWOLF, to improve your swimming.
Convenient Camera Shutter
HUAWEI Band 3 Pro doubles as a camera shutter remote when you take photos with your phone. Take better selfies, group photos, and shots at distances without carrying an extra camera shutter remote.
Find Your Phone
Forgot where you left your phone? No worries! Using Bluetooth connection, HUAWEI Band 3 Pro can trigger your phone’s ringer, even on silent mode, to help you locate your phone.
Huawei band 3 Pro is a high-end smart band with 50 M water resistance, color screen, full touch screen and a home button. Integrating smart features such as Heart rate monitoring, GPS positioning, fitness monitoring, sleep monitoring and message reminder, it is the perfect companion to a smartphone that helps users better understand their fitness and health status.
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Update November 21: I heard back from Huawei about the missing features - they plan to release an update to the Huawei Health App that is supposed to support this band "around next month." If they actually do release an app that actually delivers on the GPS, the Find Phone and the missing watch face, I may keep the band. But I have a limited time to return this to Amazon, so I hope they don't wait too long. Tick Tock Tick Tock.
Lost my Fitbit charge 2 and have been searching for a less costly replacement for a couple of months. This is my fifth attempt but feels like another failure.
The display on the Band 3 Pro is quite crisp and turns on with a flick of my wrist. The Huawei Health app seems ok, but it doesn't seem to sync well - or often - with the band. I'm looking at my band and it shows 4405 steps so far today. The app has two places where it shows steps: in one place, it shows 1090 steps and an in the other it shows 2361 steps. I just charged the watch to full but the app shows that it is 70% charged. There is no "sync now" function in the health app.
The band is way over-marketed. It does not actually do several of the things it is supposed to do:
GPS? Sure - but it's not on the band - it is on your phone! So, if you think you can find your way out of the forest wearing your Band 3 Pro but not your phone, carry some bear repellent, just in case. You may be there a while.
Photo shutter release? Sure - as long as you have a Huawei phone. Somehow, that little detail got left out of the marketing.
Watch faces? Huawei shows a handsome analog watch face for the band on their website. It's not actually available on the band. Nor in the Huawei Health app that pairs the band to your phone.
FInd phone feature? It is supposed to even ring your phone when you misplace it, even if the phone is on silent. Tried the function repeatedly with the phone approximately two feet away and the Band cannot find my phone.
Weather display on the band? Well, there is a tiny icon that, for me, shows the sun, but it also displays the temperature in Celsius, and neither the Huawei Health App nor the Band allows me to change the setting to Farenheit.
The Huawei Health app has it's plusses: The sleep app is pretty interesting. It shows the amount of deep vs light vs REM sleep you got during each night. The steps count feature shows total steps for the day, but also graphs the steps taken in different periods of the day. But trying to find out how many steps you took in that long stroll between 10am and 11am is exceedingly challenging to isolate. It's there in the graph, but sliding the time scale to that period is beyond my skill.
The Health app allows you to set your own goals, but for steps, only allows increments of 1,000... no gradation in between. And those goals seem to disappear with regularity. Three times in three days I have changed my weight and steps goal, only to have the App forget and substitute its default settings. The only way I'm going to get down to 132 pounds is through amputation.
I'd like my fitness band to talk to Google Fit, and set that in the Huawei Health app, but there doesn't seem to be any data sharing from Huawei to GF. My steps count on my GF app show only the steps I've taken while carrying my phone.
Support for this new band is not quite there yet. I've had their support techs in Mexico City tell me to pair the band to Google Wear OS. No - that doesn't work, as the Band does not use Google Wear OS. I've had them tell me to pair it with Huawei Wear app. No - that doesn't work either. Huawei Wear does not support this watch and it tells you, when you do try to pair with that app to use Huawei Health app, instead. OK, I get it - this is new and the support folks haven't learned much about it yet.
So, while Huawei has a new fitness band, it doesn't really do much for me. It counts steps, but fails to tell Google Fit about them. It shows my sleep patterns, but not much else of interest. For far less than $69, I can get a fitness band that tracks my steps. My quest for a decent fitness tracker continues.
By far the best feature is the sleep tracking. As a new dad I like to make sure I'm getting enough sleep to at least function through the day. I thought my Gear S3 was good at tracking but this band is even better. I was only asleep for about 30 minutes the other night when my little one started crying. If this was my Gear S3 or my older Fitbit Charge Hr, it wouldn't have even logged in the 30 minute sleep.
As for the other features; I haven't tested out the GPS yet and haven't gone swimming. I did however, keep the band on in the shower and seems like it would hold up just fine in the pool. Only noticed 2 watch faces that can be used. Hoping this is something that can be updated in the future.
TLDR: If you are looking purely for a fitness band, this band is tough to beat at the price (GPS, Swimproof, Excellent Sleep Tracking, Lightweight). If you're looking for something that will act as a smartwatch and provide notification well, look somewhere else.
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Looks wise - lovely.
Battery pretty good, but no where near what they boast. With normal standby and low use, you will use about get about a week out of it, which to be fair is above average, however no where near the 14-21 days they boast (depending on the website you view)
The initial set up was not that easy as it does not really tell you things like you need to authorise each app individually that you want notifications from, and does not lead you through the process. It does however have support pages on the health app, but sadly, the information on there is wrong/out of date. The screens it tells you to go to do not exist. That is using the latest firmware on both phone and band.
The screen is nice and bright and the touch control good, however the font for messages is so small, even with my 20/20 vision,I struggled a little bit to read the messages, which is not good. You cannot customsie the font in any way. In fact you cannot really customise this at all. There is a choice of two screens and the date is in the MM/DD/day format (American I think) and there is no facility to change it to DD/MM/YY for example, so can be a little confusing and easy to get the date wrong.
There is a weather icon on the screen however sadly it is constantly out of date, as it read 12 degrees as a scraped ice of my car one morning I realised.
The push notifications do not always work, I was constantly having to unpair, clear the cache and pair it up again to get them to work - so basically you will easily miss calls and notifications if you are relying on it.
Lastly the support. Very poor at best and I felt really let down. As i said, the in app support contains incorrect information. I emailed the support twice without any reply. I tried the live chat, they really did not have a clue, then when I gave them the serial number, the knee jerk reaction was - the product is from the USA and you don't have any European warranty - we cant help! (I pointed out it was from Amazon, where they get it from - who cares) It felt like a bit of a cop out really.
Overall - what do you get over and above what you would get from from a similar non branded band at about a third of the price - nothing at all!!
Luckily I bought this from Amazon who are very reasonable when it comes to returns. I just hoped for so much better considering the price.
It does have some plus points I love that it's water proof, the straps so comfy you barely know it on your wrist. The battery life is fab lasts about 6 days. Sleep tracker works really well.
- great battery life when you're not using the GPS-tracking function
- lightweight and very comfortable to wear
- seems to be fairly accurate with step-counting and distance
- sleep-tracking is a useful feature (though it's good to be aware it counts lying down and reading as 'sleep' time)
- it's a hassle that it doesn't interface with any apps other than its own; I wish I could use it with Strava, for example
- the touch controls could have been designed with better placement on the screen; it's often frustrating to use the controls (eg, setting the timer is difficult because of where the '+' and '-' are located on the screen; I frequently press 'Next' instead of '-' since they're so close together)
- the end of the band frequently comes loose because the rubber 'loop' doesn't hold it firmly
The device settings are managed through Huawei's health app. I like the ability to set multiple alarms, and choose what notifications to see. All alarms on the device are silent/vibrating.
There are a limited number of watch faces available, only 3 in Canada. It would be nice to have others like the horoscope watch face available in other markets.
The screen is bright, even on its lowest setting, and aside from a night time 'sleep' mode, there are no other ways to temporarily snooze the screen (e.g. in a movie theater).
El dispositivo cumple con lo que promete
Es un poco lento para realizar una carga completa pero como la batería dura bastante no lo considero un problema.