Toobur Activity Tracker, Slim Waterproof Fitness Tracker Watch with Pedometer Calories and Sleep Monitor, Step Counter Wristband Smart Watch for Kids Women Men
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- SMART MEETS SLIM: Slim and stylish design only 18g, it also suits for kids 8+; No separate charger needed.
- ACTIVITY TRACKING: Automatically tracking your steps, distance and calories burning, by tapping the display or checking the data in the app to see how close you are to your daily goal.
- SLEEP TRACKING: Automatically tracking your light, deep and awake sleep to help you get a better understanding of your sleep quality.
- CALLS, SMS & SNS ALERTS: See smart notifications at a glance to keep your phone out of sight and keep your goals in focus.
- WHAT YOU GET: Fitness Wristband x 1, FAQ Guide x 1, User Manual x 1, 60-day money-back & 12-month worry-free guarantee. Any problem, we will reply you within 24 hours.
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Why the fitness tracker can not be charged?
The fitness tracker could be charged without a separate charger. Please pull off the watch face from the straps and plug the USB charging interface (where the white oval icon and the copper strips located) into a standard USB port. The red indicator light comes on during charging.
Note: If the red indicator is not showing when charging, please flip over the charging port to recharge it.
Recording all day activities, calculating steps, moving distance, calories burned as well as active minutes.
Automatically tracks how well you sleep at night, so you can see your sleep trends and get on a better routine.
Set a silent alarm in the Veryfit app and it will vibrate to wake you peacefully.
Calls/ SMS/ SNS Alert
Receive calls, SMS and SNS notifications on display, so you never miss the messages that matter.
It will help you stay active throughout the day by giving you friendly reminders.
When your phone or the bracelet is beyond the Bluetooth range, the device will vibrate to notify.
Android 4.4 or above; IOS 7.1 or above, BT 4.0+ (not for PC, iPad, Tablet, windows system or Samsung j series phones). ).
Longer Standby Time
It will last for 3~7 days by one-hour convenient charging, no charging cable needed.
The activity tracker supports sweat-proof, rain-proof and splashed water proof etc. It is no problem to wash you hands or doing some washing/cooking by wearing it.
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As I said above, in addition to step counting we have it set to alert her ti a few things. These include text messages, messenger, what’s app, and caller (showed who is calling). There are more options like twitter and Facebook notifications too. I took a few pics to show. When you get a text message it’ll show the name of sender and first two to three words. It also will let you know if your phone gets taken or can beep your phone if you lost it nearby. Cool features for such an inexpensive watch / tracker. Oh, I saw someone say that it wouldn’t work with iPhone Health app. That may have been true at one time but it works with Health app now and I’ll add screenshot.
To get the watch to work at its best I used the VeryFitPro app as others suggested. Also after you turn on something like text or sms alerts be sure to click the check mark in upper right of app. I found this will refresh it with the phone and settings so it will work properly. If I didn’t do this the item I changed to off or on didn’t work. I’ll add screenshots.
This fitness tracker is totally worth the money. I love how it charges too. Just pull off one side to expose usb ad plug it in. Takes about an hour for first charge but it runs a long time, at least a few days without another charge.
Comfort/Fit: This watch is super comfortable. I've barely even noticed I have it on. I wear it on my left wrist at all times. Also I have super tiny wrists and find it fits perfectly on the last notch. I was initially worried about it staying clasped and falling off but even when I snag it on something it stays securely fastened.
Charging: Pretty awesome that it plugs directly into a USB port. No looking for a charging cord or having one extra cord to have to drag along when traveling.
Battery Life: I find I need to charge every two or three days. That is with most features turned on and tracking at least three active periods a day.
Water Resistant: I have worn this in the shower everyday and it has functioned flawlessly.
Syncing: This watch syncs so easily. I've not once had a problem locating it or getting it to pair (which is an issue with my Polar).
Alarms: I love that I can set so many different alarms and that they are so easy to set. My polar loop has one alarm option. This watch allows me as many as I want which is great to get a notice for waking up, taking meds, working out, etc.
Notifications: I am so in love with the notification features on this watch. My daughter and I use FB Messenger a lot and I love that it shows me who is texting and a preview of the message. So great to know if I need to actually answer back! I also love that I can pick and choose which apps notify me (as I seriously don't need to know every time someone posts on their FB page). I also love that it tells me WHO is calling so if I'm in the middle of something I can make a decision on if I want to find my phone and answer right away or if it can wait.
Sedentary Alert: This watch allows for great flexibility of this alert. As a software engineer I sit A LOT so I love being notified when I have sat too long. It is a good reminder to stretch or move around so I don't get stiff. I like that I can choose how long or short I want that interval to be.
Camera: The camera option is a nice to have extra feature. My daughter loves it for selfies. As an adult I don't take too many selfies so its not as useful to me, but I can see how it can be handy when trying to snap a pic at arms length.
Wrist Sense: Great option to have added. If I'm cooking or have my hands dirty it isn't always a great idea to touch my watch to see the time. I love that I can flip my wrist and it will come on. Also great when working out if I want to see the workout timer.
Find Phone: This might be one of the best options! I lose my phone more than I care to admit and now I don't have to ask my hubby to call my phone for me (or admit I lost it).
Step Tracker Normal Use: I have to list the step tracker as a pro and a con. For normal use I find it very close to my Polar Loop 2. I like that I can set and easily change my step goals. I walk a mile or two a day and find that the step tracker is pretty good while taking normal walks.
Exercise Mode: This is another feature I have a love/hate relationship with. On the plus side I like that I can time my workout and flag that I am being active - great if I just want to time how long I am working out. It seems to work pretty well when I am doing body weight exercises, yoga, or just walking but I find it to be far off during elliptical workouts. It is nice that while it is in that mode it isolates steps and calories so I can see what I've accomplished during a short walk.
Google Fit: It will pair with Google Fit which works with my companies health incentive application so that is a good feature, however I do stick to my Polar Loop since it tracks my cardio better.
Sleep Tracking: The sleep tracker seems fairly accurate. I don't really use this feature much but if I'm having a rough morning it is fun to look at to see if my sleep was off - it matches up more often than not.
Anti-lost Alert: I was totally excited about this option but found it actually to be very annoying. When I have the anti-lost alert on it goes off constantly even when I am in the same area as my phone.
Step Tracker Gym Use: I use the elliptical at the gym 4-5 days a week. My Polar Loop 2 and the Elliptical are pretty much in sync with the number of steps I take during my 60 minute workout. The Toobur is off by 2000-3000 steps and not in my favor :(
Calorie Counter: The calorie counter is a feature that is a little hard to understand. It seems it is only tracking calories for what it considers active time. Not necessarily time that I have flagged as "exercise" time but just for what it considers active times. During my elliptical workout my Polar Loop 2 and the elliptical pair with my heart rate monitor and both track me around 600-700 calories during my 60 minutes - the Toobur says between 30-60 calories quite the discrepancy.
Apps: Does not sync with My Fitness Pal or directly with Vitality. Which isn't an issue for me since I am also using my Polar Loop 2 which does both of these.
Battery Indicator: I was excited for this feature, where I could see when it needed charged easily. However I found it went from full charge image to half charge image to DEAD! Now I charge it at the end of the day if it has a half charge indicator.
This is a really great Smart Watch/Step Tracker. I would not consider it a "fitness" watch only because the steps and calories are so far off during my cardio workouts, I would have given it 5 stars if it were more accurate during these heavy workouts. However it seems to have everything my Polar Loop 2 lacks so pairing the two devices has worked perfectly for me. I would highly recommend this to anyone looking for a watch with smart features at a good price. I would also highly recommend it for anyone who is looking to be more active and looking to take more steps (not on an elliptical).