SYNC Fit Fitness Band
SYNC Fit is your all day fitness partner. It tracks your every move, provides you with ECG accurate heart rate data when you ask for it and calculates a precise calorie count. The SYNC Fit also provides hourly views and weekly reviews for up-to-date information on all your accomplishments. And at any point throughout the day, manually enter your data onto the free MapMyFitness app, where you can view, track and share your fitness progress.
- Tracks all day activity
- Captures 24 hour calorie burn, steps taken and distance traveled
- Built-in heart rate monitor captures ECG accurate data
- Hourly views for up-to-date fitness information
- Weekly review keeps you informed on where you are with your fitness goals
- Manually log your daily accomplishments onto the free MapMyFitness App
- 1 year battery life - no recharging necessary
- Style: SP2236OR
Country of Origin: ChinaWeb ID: 24173056
Rated 2.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Gracie Great for the price Works great for the price! I get my heart rate and that's really what I needed. Sometimes I hit the button and no heart rate show so I have to hit it again. But for what I paid I don't expect more or less! It's great looking and comfortable. July 9, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Shelly M Don't Waste Your Money This is the 3rd fitness tracker that I have purchased that has been a waste of money. To start, the instructions are one small sheet with the location and function of buttons. The instructions are confusing because they mention a battery but it makes a statement about a rechargeable and non-rechargeable battery so you can't tell what type of battery it uses. I have been wearing the tracker for about 2 weeks. It doesn't track the steps (way low) correctly and I changed the setting to the most sensitive with no better accuracy. The heart rate tracking requires you to push a button and hold it in until it shows the heart rate. It only works about 1/2 of the time. The calorie counter I figured out works at least partially off of the heart rate. (Not that the instructions give you any real useful information like how it is determining the calorie count, I figured that out myself) So if you don't remember to take your heart rate before and after a workout the calorie count is wrong. My advice is don't waste your money, buy a $20 pedometer, take your own heart rate and wait for the companies to figure out how to make a fitness tracker that works. If you look all of the fitness trackers reviews they all have the similar reviews to this. They just do not work. October 18, 2013
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