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Xiaomi Mi Smart Band 6 - 1.56'' AMOLED Touch Screen, SPO2, Sleep Breathing Tracking, 5ATM Water Resistant, 14 Days Battery Life, 30 Sports Mode, Fitness, Steps, Sleep, Heart Rate Monitor [Official UK]
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|Supported Application||Fitness Tracker, Sleep Monitor|
|Special Feature||Activity Tracker|
|Screen Size||1.56 Inches|
|Water Resistance Level||Water Resistant|
|Battery Life||14 days|
|Water Resistance Depth||50 Meters|
|Band Material Type||TPU|
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- Xiaomi is One Step Ahead: #1 Wearable brand in the world
- Beautiful 1.56" AMOLED Touchscreen: Bright crisp graphics with 40% Larger Display than Mi Band 5. Imperial measurements (feet, miles, fahrenheit) or metric.
- Two-Week Battery Life: Easily charge with magnetic snap on charger for your on-the-go lifestyle.
- New SpO2 Sensor + 24Hr Heart Rate Monitoring. Track 30 Different Activities Using Mi Wear App. Autodetects 6 fitness activities.
- 5ATM Water Resistant: Go swimming, spend the day in the water, or wear in the shower after a workout.
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Xiaomi Mi Smart Band 6: One Step Ahead
2021 Edition Global Mi Band 6
The next generation of Mi Smart Bands is finally here.
Large, Beautiful screen provides crisp high-definition detail with a fully customizable watch face to suit your personality.
Compatible with iOS 10+, Android 5+
Wide compatibility: Pairs intuitively with Mi Wear App using a Bluetooth 5.0 connection. GPS pairing with iPhone, Galaxy, Android 5.0+ phones.
For Your Active Lifestyle
Doesn't need daily charging: Get up to 14 day battery life from a single charge using convenient magnetic snap charging technology.
The Mi Band Difference:
- 40% Larger Screen: 1.56" AMOLED glass display
- New SpO2 Sensor measures oxygen levels for optimum health
- Track 30 activities with Mi Wear companion app.
- 24 Hr Heart Monitoring. Sleep Quality Analysis at your fingertips
- Global Language Pack: English, Spanish, and more
Set up Your Personal Profile & Stay In Tune with your Body
Auto detection of six fitness modes with 30 track able sports activities such as Basketball, HIIT, kickboxing, etc.
Advanced biosensors available:
SpO2 Oxygen Sensor: Monitors your blood oxygen levels while at rest or during workouts.
24-Heart Rate Monitor: Notifies you of your current heart rate anytime day or night.
Breathing Patterns & Sleep Analysis: Assigns a score and helps prioritize for a good night's sleep.
Personalized Health Intelligence: Stress monitoring, breathing exercises, and Women's health tracking provides clues to improve your lifestyle.
Auto Detects Six Sports Modes: Documents your daily movement automatically with onboard sensors and software suite.
50 ATM Water Resistant: Perfect for all water activities
- Take your Mi Band 6 with you for a swim, or wear it in the shower.
- Your Mi Band 6 is designed to withstand 50m depth for 10 minutes.
- Automatically detects swimming strokes and tracks your motions.
- Choose between six different swimming styles.
- Comfortable soft silicone band helps you glide effortlessly.
Choose from over 60 available watch faces! Customize the content and features that flow across your screen.
|Includes||1 x Mi Smart Band 6, 1 x Silicone Strap (Black), 1 x Charging cable, 1 x User Manual|
|Screen||1.54" AMOLED, Resolution: 152 x 486 Pixels, Pixel Density: 326 ppi, 450 nits brightness|
|On-board Sensors||SpO2 Oxygen Sensor, PPG Heart Rate Sensor, 3-Axis Accelerometer, 3-Axis Gyroscope, Proximity Sensor|
|Battery Life:||Up to 14 Day battery life with magnetic snap charging. Charge time is less than 2 hours.|
|Tracks 30 Exercises||Treadmill Walking, Freestyle, Jogging, Cycling, Swimming, Rowing, Elliptical, Basketball, Volleyball, Table Tennis, Yoga, Jump Rope, Indoor Fitness, Gymnastics, High Intensity Training, Core Training, Stretching, Bowling, Badminton, Boxing, Stepmaster, Pilates, Cricket, Ice Skating, Street Dance, Zumba|
|Health Monitoring||Pedometer, 24 Heart Rate, Deep sleep, light naps, rapid eye movement (REM) sleep, Women's health menstrual cycle and ovulation phses. Stress monitoring breathing exercises, PAI vitality index assessment, idle alerts, goal setting.|
|Other Features||Message/Call Notification, App Alerts, Calendar, Alarm, Clock, Stopwatch, Timer, Music control, Find phone, Remote camera shutter, Weather.|
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Reviewed in the United States on June 27, 2021
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For Stress tracking, theres gaps in the day. The app also only stores 1 day worth of stress app that I can see.
Blood Oxygen/SpO2 either needs to be turned on manually or it does not work. It tracks the same way sleep does. The last time it tracked my activities was on 9/23 almost 3 months ago.
Heart rate tracking will keep the months data and thats about it. You can view each day or view a rough average (so it seems) from each day.
It sinks up my daily steps with google fit which is somewhat nice. My scale syncs with google fit as well.
The band has some nice customization. You can change what happens when you swipe left or right from the main face plate. Swiping right for me takes me to my most frequent activities, which is customizable itself. Swiping left takes me to todays weather and a 5 day forcast. Swiping up or down takes you through status (steps for the last 7 days), PAI (havent looked into it honestly), heart rate over view for the day, SPo2 monitoring, Sleep monitoring for the last 7 days with the time it thinks you fell asleep and woke up last night, notifications for text messages, workout history, stress level, guided breathing exercise, event reminders (disabled for me), alarms (I use 2 a day. One for waking up, one to go to bed) that buzz to get your attention, weather, world clock to see the time in different areas of the world, settings, workouts, and "more".
The text message alert vibrates for a moment and they stay on screen for about 5 seconds. I like this feature so I can keep my phone on silent while at work but feel a buzz on my wrist to know that I got a text vs feeling a buzz in my pocket that might be another work email I want to ignore. Settings is mostly for things like sleep timer, brightness, the look of the screen, do not disturb, and a factory reset. "More" is for a flashlight, timer, camera clicker, stopwatch, silent, and my favorite, find device which makes your phone play its default rington where if its located within 30 feet or so of the watch.
The watch is "customizable" in that it comes with 3 default screens installed on the device and you can not remove them but you can go to the "store" in the app settings and download more bands. They Most of them are not my taste but I believe there should be at least one likeable choice for everyone. The default watch face isn't even bad.
Now, it sounds good or decent, but not great. There are some flaws.
The advertisement boasts that its water resistant and it is right. How ever, if you get water on the screen and it makes contact with something else other then water, like even a bath towel while in the shower, it will be enough to trick the screen into thinking a human is swiping on it. I have had to reset my display several times because the skin/faceplate I was using got removed. You can also remove it by accident in your sleep as I have done several times. I want to test it while swimming but due to covid the pools in my area are limited.
It boasts of a 14 day battery life but most of the time I only get 7 days use out of it. Charging is easy though. If I had a plug in for it in my bathroom I could charge it while Im in the shower, thats the only time I take it off so the wet screen doesn't accidently bump something.
Lastly, the wrist band is mostly secure but there have been times where I have slightly rubbed it against something going about my day and it has come undone. Thankfully I wear long sleeves or I would have lost it for good. The app that is used for this also kicked me out and lost my account after the first week or so of using this. Once I noticed I made another account which has not been lost/kicked out since.
Would I buy this again knowing this stuff? Yeah, probably. For $50 its over all good but not great. Im not into wearables and Im not active all the time but using this as a rough idea of what Ive been doing fitness wise is nice. I know the google/samsung/apple watches also do calls through them. Those watches also have reviews stating they are slightly off. Saving $150 to lose the ability to make calls is a great trade off to me to not feel like I was screwed out of something thats not 100% accurate.
We wore these for a little over a month, and eventually decided they weren't trustworthy enough and stopped wearing them. It gave us readings even when we weren't wearing them and didn't seem to track exercise well.
Me and my fiancé purchased these watches with the intention of having a 24/7 tracking of our heart rates, as he's been having heart issues for a while and constantly checking his pulse with an oximeter was cumbersome. Our budget was tight when we were shopping, so we opted to try these.
Initial Impression: Initial impressions were decent. We got them set up within about 15 minutes with only some minor hiccups, most of which I believe was user error on our parts. We did have a couple hiccups with the watches trying to sync up to each other's phones, which I'm unsure if that was an issue on our part or the watches, but we eventually sorted it out.
Comfort: I personally had a difficult time keeping the band comfortable while still able to properly read my measurements, while my partner had an easier time of it. This issue persisted for the duration of us wearing the watches, it never got more comfortable for me and I couldn't get used to it. After a while, wearing it would make my wrist feel tender, as if it were bruised, and I would have to take breaks.
Heart Rate Tracking: For the most part, it seemed accurate. We would track our pulses with the watch and cross reference with our oximeter occasionally and it seemed fine. But it would occasionally give way out of left field readings while we were wearing it, and even continued to "track" our pulses while we weren't wearing it. We occasionally received alerts that our pulses were elevated... while the watch was across the room from us. Not a good sign.
Stress Tracking: It did a good job with the stress tracking, seemed to be fairly accurate. But like the heart rate, it would occasionally give readings while we weren't wearing the watches.
Sleep Tracking: Initially we thought the sleep tracking was good. For a while that's all I was wearing the watch for. But, like the previous topics it would try to track my sleep while I wasn't wearing it. One night I forgot to put it back on before getting in bed and the next morning it told me I had been asleep for about 45 minutes before putting the watch on, then had a 30 minutes period of being awake in the night. While I *was* awake during those 30 minutes I was very much not asleep during the 45 minutes it claimed I was.
Workout Tracking: As I mentioned earlier, my fiancé is presently facing weird heart problems and so cannot do any intensive exercise. We attempted to use the Walking workout to track his pulse and how long he walked. He can't walk fast right now, and his Workout kept pausing because it thought he wasn't moving. We couldn't find any way to adjust the sensitivity of the detection, and so just had to deal with it. It didn't have quite as hard of a time with me but I'm more able bodied than he is and so it only cut out on me a couple of times. We didn't use any of the other workouts so I can't comment on them.
Other features I can't comment on because we didn't use them: Cycles, the PK Competition, weight and blood pressure tracking.