Huawei Band 2 Pro All-in-One Activity Tracker Smart Fitness Wristband | GPS | Multi-Sport Mode| Heart Rate | Sleep Monitor | 5ATM Waterproof, Black (US Warranty)
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- Built-in GPS and continuous heart rate: monitor your heart rate and track your workout routes without your phone
- Scientific sleep tracking: keep track of light, deep and REM sleep stages to make your sleep truly restful; PMOLED display
- 5ATM water-resistance: support all day wear, rain, and even a swim in the pool, which allows you to dive into becoming a better you
- Professional running Coach: One press to start the workout app instantly and get workout data such as recovery time and Vo2 Max. Operation System: Android 4.4+/iOS 8.0+
- Long battery life: a single charge gives you 21 days of normal usage. Workout mode can last 4-5 hours (per-second hr. monitoring + GPS on)
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Tracks your route and gets more accurate workout data without your phone.
You can share the running track and data with your friends on social media.
Huawei Band 2 Pro is certified by 5ATM international waterproof standard.
Heart rate monitoring
Continuous, automatic heart rate tracking right on your wrist.
*This product is not a medical device, the data and recommendations are for your reference only.
Scientific Sleep Tracking
Huawei Band 2 Pro provides a professional sleep analysis report that includes the following information: Light, deep, and REM sleep, sleep quality score, and provides you with personalized advice.
Automatically tracks calories burned, distance and real-time heart rate etc.
Professional workout data report includes VO2max, training effect and recovery time advice.
Huawei is the third largest handset manufacturer in the world and has very strong software R&D capabilities. Huawei Health app provides you detailed workout data and professional advice.
Long Battery Life
A single charge gives you 21 days of normal usage. Workout mode can last 4-5 hours.*
*Based on results from Huawei lab tests. Battery life depends on actual usage situation.
Stay connected by checking notifications in real time. Reject calls, view messages, set alarms and hit snooze, all on the band itself.
Huawei band 2 Pro is a 50 M water-resistant band that serves as a Heart rate sensor, a GPS positioning device, a fitness tracker, a sleep monitor, and a message notification device. It is the ideal companion for your smartphone. Once paired with your smartphone, the band provides you with valuable health-related information.
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My girlfriend pairs the Huawei Band with her Motorola Android phone and it also works great for her. My Garmin watch is wider and looks kind of clunky on her, but the Huawei watch is slimmer and looks great on her smaller wrists.
First, some specs. Both watches have GPS, wrist-based heart rate monitors, step counters, and sleep trackers. Both use Bluetooth to show you notifications (text messages, incoming caller ID, priority emails, etc) on the watch screen so you don't have to pull out your phone every time it beeps. The Garmin claims to have 1 week of battery life while the Huawei claims 3 weeks; compare that to 1 day for an Apple watch. The Huawei watch is $70, while the Garmin is 3 times that amount. Frankly, I was shocked that the Huawei watch could claim to have so many features for such a cheap price.
After wearing both watches at the same time for 2 days, I can see why the Huawei watch is so much cheaper. The Huawei's claim of 3 week battery life is kind of a hoax. The fine print on their website says that assumes only 60 minutes of exercise per week. Most doctors recommend a minimum of 30 minutes of exercise per day, so if you keep up that schedule, battery life will be close to Garmin's 1 week claim (still much better than an Apple watch). Also, the Huawei screen is black and unreadable most of the time until you shake your wrist to turn it on. Garmin's screen is dim but readable most of the time and you can brighten it by pushing a button on the watch.
Huawei claims 3.5 hours of battery life when the GPS is activated, but I'm getting more like 2.5 hours and then the watch needs to be recharged. Since I regularly exercise for longer than that (hiking, bicycling), the GPS feature is not very useful to me. In contrast, Garmin claims 13 hours of GPS battery life and I have done 5 hour workouts on successive days without having to recharge the watch in between.
In addition to the GPS, the Garmin has a barometric altimeter which gives you pretty accurate elevation charts of your route, which is very valuable for bicycle training or hiking, especially when paired with GPS tracks. Huawei does not have an altimeter, but the GPS battery life isn't long enough to really take advantage of that anyway.
If I do not turn on the Huawei GPS, it claims to use the GPS signal from a smartphone that is paired via Bluetooth. I went for a 3 hour walk one day to see how the Huawei and Garmin measured it. Surprisingly, the numbers were very close. Huawei said 15,262 steps for 6.81 miles. Garmin said 14,445 steps for 6.86 miles. Huawei says I burned 396 kcal, while Garmin says 3276 calories. Both calorie numbers are not believable or useful to me, unfortunately.
Since Garmin can run its GPS for the whole length of my walk, I can record a detailed map of my route (in case I want to follow it again later or share it with friends). I cannot find a way to do that with the Huawei GPS, and the battery would die if I tried anyway. I could use Strava on my phone, but Garmin does not require me to carry my phone for the GPS to work.
Both watches upload your activity data to your phone so you can review it on a larger screen. The data is saved so you can see your improvements over time or compare past workouts.
Both watches show notifications from my phone on the watch screen. Garmin's implementation of this feature is tremendously more useful since the screen is larger and it can show multiple lines of text on the screen. Huawei scrolls through the notification in a single line that scrolls along the watch face, several characters at a time. This is really hard to read, as you might guess, even for simple things like a caller ID.
In summary, Garmin is a much more capable sports watch, but it also costs 3 times as much. Garmin also has watches with even more intensive sports data reports (for higher prices). For casual users who are interested more in activity tracking than detailed sports logs, Huawei offers a lot of functionality for the price. I would have given Huawei 5 stars for value if the GPS battery life was better, though. Build quality seems very good and I have not noticed any software flaws. Even the Bluetooth syncing on the Huawei has been flawless (in my 2 days of testing).
First the positives:
1. Price. GPS, VO2 max at $70 is a steal.
2. Screen. Terrific. Bright and detailed. Better than the comparable Garmin trackers.
Now the problems:
1. Not clear to me if this have continuous HR tracking. Continuous HR is a must in any tracker labeled "Pro". It seems to check at intervals rather than continuous.
2. No indoor mode. This is a big deal. I run on a treadmill and there is no way to turn off GPS while run tracking. So it sucked my battery down 20% for a 45 minute indoor run. This is unacceptable. Probably can be fixed with firmware.
3. No open workout / cardio mode. It only tracks runs, bike and swim. An open cardio mode is needed.
4. No settings on the device itself. Everything is done via the app.
5. Huawei Health app needs improvement. No way to manually edit workouts. This stinks particularly if you are running indoors.
6. Band is stiff and not great quality. It doesn't allow a snug fit. Maybe it will wear in over time but it doesn't look that way.
If Huawei plans to address these issues, then this device has potential. As it is now, it's incomplete. The missing features such as continuous HR, indoor and an open cardio mode are glaring omissions. Huawei must have rushed this out perhaps to beat Samsung to the market although they are in different price ranges. If you run or cycle outside, this is a steal at $70. But if you are looking for a more well rounded device, this one isn't ready for prime time yet.
waterproof up to 165 feet?! very nice
continuous heart rate monitor/steps/activity tracking. so far, seems very accurate but haven't tested fully with other devices
gps! this is usually found in only more advanced smart watches or devices
It has lasted me already a week without recharging the battery
sleep tracking: extremely detailed analysis
sleep "smart alarm": will wake me before my set time when my body has moved into a "lighter" sleep cycle. I love this feature
sends me notifications of everything from my phone (customizable)
great partner app-- allows me to see the map of my run with changes in breathing and heart--very nice
app information syncing with google fit app allows me to use the stats in other other apps
if the gps function is continuously on, it says that the battery only lasts four hours -- I have only used the gps for a couple hours so far and my band has lasted over 5 days and it looks like my battery meter is about %50 full.
sometimes hard to read in sunlight
you must do all of the settings from the app on your phone (not from the band) I haven't found this to be a problem, but I like a band to be self-sufficient
Doesn't look like I can share the gps information with google maps/tracks...but if I can, I'll update this review
all in all it's a great device and I recommend it!
(and for only $69?!)