|Item Package Dimensions L x W x H||4.4 x 3.3 x 1.2 inches|
|Package Weight||0.02 Kilograms|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||4.38 x 3.25 x 1.25 inches|
|Manufacturer||Wyze Labs, Inc.|
|Included Components||Wyze Band x1, USB Charger x1, Quick Start Guide x1|
|Sport Type||Skiing, Running, Diving, Swimming, Fitness|
WYZE Band Fitness Tracker with Alexa Built-in, Activity Tracker Watch with Heart Rate Monitor, Smart Fitness Band with Step Counter, Calorie Counter, Pedometer Water Resistant, Black
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|Supported Application||Reminders, Multisport Tracker, Camera|
|Special Feature||Alexa Built-in|
|Screen Size||0.95 Inches|
|Water Resistance Level||Water Resistant|
|Battery Life||10 days|
|Connectivity Technology||Bluetooth, USB|
|Water Resistance Depth||50 Meters|
|Band Material Type||Silicone|
|Human Interface Input||Touchscreen, Microphone, Buttons|
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- [Activity Watch Built in Alexa]: WYZE Band is the first band in its class that has Amazon Alexa built-in. It has a dual-microphone array that helps Alexa hear you better. Control your smart devices, set alarms, or do just about anything else you do every day with Alexa. It only listens when you long-press the home button for enhanced privacy.
- [Fitness Tracker Watch]: WYZE Band has many practical tools like Weather display, Alarm, Stopwatch, Sedentary Reminder, Find My Phone, Find Band, etc. Lightweight and comfortable. Customization watch face. A very good gift for your friends and family members to keep health.
- [Heart Rate & Sleep Monitoring]: WYZE Band goes beyond your daily step counter. It gives you 24/7 heart rate tracking for up to 10 days, on a single charge. It monitors your sleep patterns and sleep quality. It has a run mode that lets you see your distance, pace, and total run time. Go get your 10,000 steps.
- [Control Your Smart Home]: A shortcut to control your Wyze ecosystem. Wyze Band can control many non-Wyze smart home products. Configure rules in the Alexa app and you can have Wyze Band controlling your smart TV, running your nighttime routine, and even fetching your favorite playlist.
- [Smart Notifications & 5ATM Water-resistant]: Get all your notifications right on your wrist. Stay on top of your latest texts, phone calls, SNS SMS and more (including Facebook, WhatsApp, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Twitter). Never miss important messages when swimming or showering.
- Remove your WYZE Band before entering the sauna or steam room, before scuba diving or water skiing, and doing any other activity involving high velocity water or deep submersion.
- WYZE Band lasts 10-14 days on a single charge with normal use.
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Wyze Band Fitness Tracker with Alexa Built-in, Heart Rate, Sleep Monitoring, Calorie Burn, Wyze Smart Home Control Bracelet
Free Training Activity Tracker & Run Mode
Go get your 10,000 steps. Wyze Band will send you a reminder when you've been sitting for too long, and track the progress towards your exercise goals. Turn on Run mode to see your distance, pace, and total run time.
All Your Notifications in One Place
Wyze Band gives you all your notifications right on your wrist. Stay on top of your latest messages, see who is calling, and more. Choose which apps you want notification from and block the rest.
(*Note: Can't answer calls or reply to texts with it.)
Set an Alarm or Timer
Set silent alarms on the tracker to wake you up and not disturb others, or to notify you to do something.
Amazon Alexa Built-in
Get all the benefits of Amazon Alexa right on your wrist. Control your smart devices, set alarms, check the weather, and more.
Personalize Your Watch Face
Make Wyze Band’s high-definition, full-color 0.95’’ screen your own. Choose your background, change the layout, pick your color. You can even upload your own photo. The brightness level can be adjusted.
Heart Rate and Sleep Tracking
Wyze Band gives your 24/7 tracking for up to 10 days, on a single charge. Track your heart rate, sleep duration, and sleep quality all in the Wyze app. It can be your first step to a healthy lifestyle.
Note: It is not a medical device. Only use the Heart Rate measurement for reference.
Wyze Band has been tested to be water-resistant up to 164ft (50m) underwater for 10 minutes, great for traveling, and swimming, but not recommended for diving or intensive water sports.
Control Your Smart Home
Shortcuts allow you to perform multiple actions with your Wyze devices at once.
Leaving the house? You can create a shortcut to turn off the lights, plugs, and lock your Wyze Lock from a tap in the Wyze app.
Note: The Wyze app is compatible with Android (7.0+) and iOS (12.0+) devices, 2.4GHz WiFi network only.
Find Your Phone/Find Band
Misplaced your mobile device? As long as Bluetooth is still connected, you can use the Find My Phone feature on the Wyze Band to trigger an alarm on your device.
Misplaced your Wyze Band? You can use the Wyze app to trigger it to vibrate for 6 seconds.
Reviewed in the United States on July 9, 2020
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I wanted to give this 4.7 stars, but since I can’t do tenths of stars, and since my critiques are fairly minor, 5 is appropriate enough. This is my first Wyze product. I was not paid or sponsored in any way. Just a normal consumer satisfied with her product. (:
From the first time I opened the app, I knew I was going to love this watch. And I do! So much functionality for a tiny watch.
1. You can customize the background pretty extensively (for a watch). Wyze has premade backgrounds and clock styles, and you can choose any combination of them. You can also choose any photo from your phone to put as the background on the home screen, which I think is a pretty cool feature. To top it off, you can change the font color (of the clock, steps, date, etc.). This way, if you have a picture with a white background on your home screen, you can change the color of the font so that you can always see what time it is.
2. There are multiple menus that you can not only customize the settings for, but you can reorder the menus so that they are in whatever positions you’d like as you swipe on your watch. Additionally, the menus are in a loop, so once you get to the bottom menu, if you keep swiping up, you’ll come back to the home screen. Furthermore, you can swipe down from the home screen and be back at the bottom menu. I like this because I can have 2 important-to-me menus (weather and notifications) on either side of my home screen, so they’re each just one swipe away.
3. There are no side buttons. Just one touch-screen button on the bottom of the watch face. I like how small and sleek the watch is. I prefer this conspicuous look to the large, Apple-watch-looking watch.
4. It has a “shortcuts” menu. I don’t use them, so it doesn’t mean anything to me, but I thought it was cool that it was available for users that might rely on them.
5. ALEXA!!!!!!! I have a number of smart outlets in my house, and only one Echo dot. The echo is in my bedroom, and I always have windows open and/or fans running. Alexa often can’t hear my commands to turn things on and off. I love that I can control my smart devices directly from my watch. It also will give you answers to simple questions written out on the watch screen, so it’s not just for controlling in-home devices.
6. The battery life is pretty darn long. I think it lasts for 7 or 8 days with normal use. In 3 weeks I’ve charged it once (it came almost fully charged).
7. I like that the alarms can be named. I have one set to take my medication that specifically says “meds.” But I’m not sure you if you can only name them specific things or with only a few characters. I take diabetes medication to regulate my insulin. I’m not diabetic, but I think it’s funny to say “diabeetus!” When I typed that as the name of the alarm, it wouldn’t save it, and defaulted back to “wake up.” I changed it to “meds” and it was fine. Not sure what that’s about. Maybe it was the special character “!” that it didn’t like.
8. You can change the brightness of the screen from the app or the phone.
9. There is a setting in the app that allows the watch to turn on do not disturb automatically when it detects that you’re sleeping. You can also turn it on manually, but I sleep at different times throughout the week.
1. There are only 2 sport modes (with the new/recent update; there used to only be “run”): “run” and “freestyle.” Not that it is really THAT important to me to have different modes, but I liked that I did on my old watch. I do a lot of hikes and I feel this is a normal-enough activity that it should be on there.
2. You can’t change the watch band, and I’m pretty sure there is only black available. I actually don’t know if I can take the band off at all… kind of gross. I like to change them because they get dirty.
3. I like that there’s a “find my phone” option, but it only vibrates. It doesn’t ring. That, to me, is fairly pointless.
4. You cannot hang up phone calls from the watch. Only see who's calling.
5. There is no “timer” option. HOWEVER, if you have it paired with Alexa, all you do is tell it to set a timer. I’m not sure how/if this would work if you’re a google home person or something…
6. Sometimes the phone disconnects from the app and it won’t reconnect unless I restart my phone. This can be frustrating and inconvenient. I’ve had the watch for about 3 weeks and I’ve had to restart my phone to reboot the connection about 5 times. BUT this has always fixed the issue.
7. The step counter is just a bit low; I’ve counted myself and compared to the watch.
8. Sometimes when I wake the device with the finger motion (not by raising it up to my face), and then try to swipe through the menus, it doesn’t register that I’m swiping, and these 3 arrows appear at the bottom of the screen, indicating that I need to swipe to move through menus. That’s annoying and I really don’t like it. Because then you HAVE to swipe up to go down through your menus, but sometimes I want to swipe up to get to my bottom menu (weather) right away.
9. You can’t control Alexa from the home screen if you’ve woken the watch with the finger swipe. You have to either bring your arm up the natural way or go to another menu before you can long press the watch button. I HATE this.
Overall, HIGHLY recommend. Excellent watch at such a low price. BUY IT.
Overview: I have six inexpensive trackers (two smart watchers and four simple trackers) and the Wyze band is the best of the lot by far. It is the King of keeping an accurate count of your steps. It also breaks new ground at this price point as it is the only one that gets routine updates including new functionality: two so far, and one added the ability to turn on the face as flashlight, great idea and unique and stopwatch, probably should have had that out of the box. You can organize the order of functions you see as you swipe through them and even remove those you do not want to see. Connects to Amazon Alexa and allows you to have that functionality, although you have to have the Wyze up running on your cell phone and currently synched to the tracker for this to work. It is fully functional, but I have those devices all over the house, so having it on the tracker is not important to me. They say 10 days on the battery and I think I may go beyond that.
Keeping track of your steps: It is the only one of my five that keeps an accurate count while I am walking normally with a gentle arm swing and does not require you to swing your arms unnaturally high to get an accurate count. I have one tracker that simply will not count any steps if you are walking naturally along with a normal arm swing. (I keep it because it has other good features (good O2 meter).
Using some of the Tracker Functions: I have done some activities under the two Workout functions on the tracker called Indoor Run and Free Training (no explanation why its called Indoor Run), but its differentiation from Free Training is that it keeps tracks of time, distance, heart rate calories and pace. Free training only keeps track of time, calories and heart rate. Not sure how the app changes steps to get the distance it reports. While not reported in Indoor running or Free Training, the Tracker continues to keep your steps no matter whether you are using or not using any of the other functions. Data from the Workout option Free Training does not get transferred to the Fit app as a unit. However, whenever the tracker monitors your heart rate either continuously or on demand, that will show up in the Fit app.
Integration with Google Fit: The Tracker connects to Google Fit through the Wyze app but when data moves to Fit you lose some details and is not always perfect but that may have more to do with Google than Wyze. At the end of the day, the Fit app usually has a few less steps than the Tracker. I think that is because Google has to program how to count steps when you are also carrying the phone at the same time as the tracker and has to truncate steps to not double count. Once I even saw data in the Fit that was clearly the result of double counting, but after awhile it had corrected itself. The total on the Tracker are usually close but the same to what Fit has. The data moves to Fit from the Wyze app spontaneously and sporadically and in odd chunks that do not relate one to one to your events. However, sometimes when you are moving through the Wyze app and go from screen to screen reviewing your data, it appears to triggers a data move to Fit.
Sleep: The sleep function on the tracker keeps a detailed view of your night’s sleep including periods you are awake, in deep sleep and light sleep and creates a detailed graphic of your night’s sleep. An issue is that the detailed graphic is on the tracker’s tiny screen and there is no way to tie any of those periods to a precise time of night or duration of the period. When you synch the data with the Wyze app, all the detail goes away and all you get is a bar graph showing the split between deep and light sleep. If you are sharing the Wyze data with your Google Fit app, when the data gets sent to the Fit app, it gets further aggregated to only the total time the tracker thinks you are in bed sleeping. If you read before sleeping, that is in the data as sleep time.
In summary, it is my favorite tracker because I really mostly care about tracking my physical activity and the device is nearly perfect. The heart rate monitor also appears to be the most accurate of any device I have. On the other hand, heart issues are too important to rely on an inexpensive tracker or smart watch. It does not have blood pressure like nearly ever other tracker and smart watch, but blood pressure is probably even more important than simple heart rate, and I would never rely on one of these devices for that anyway.
Its a five star device for my preferences and needs.
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