Fitness Tracker HR, Activity Fitness Trackers with Body Temperature Heart Rate Sleep Health Blood Pressure Monitor, IP68 Waterproof Calorie Steps Counter Tracker Pedometer Watch for Men Women Teens

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‎2.39 ounces

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‎6.46 x 3.39 x 0.75 inches

Activity Tracker Watch - FEITAKE Fitness Tracker watch is a step and mileage pedometer with 1-inch screen. Has several fit mode options to track your daily activity status

walking, running, yoga, and cycling. You can set your exercise goals through the app, and when the sports watch tracks that you have completed the set goals, it will give you alerts and generate badges that you can show on your social pages!

28 reviews for Fitness Tracker HR, Activity Fitness Trackers with Body Temperature Heart Rate Sleep Health Blood Pressure Monitor, IP68 Waterproof Calorie Steps Counter Tracker Pedometer Watch for Men Women Teens

  1. Chris Darrell

    It does everything he wants it to do and with pretty good accuracy.We checked the step counter against the counter on his phone and they were within 45 steps of each other. Most impressive was the fact the BP measure on the watch measured within 3 points of our BP cuff. We thought that was pretty dang good for a watch monitor. I have never been very active or healthy. I didn’t expect this little watch to change everything, but it has. I never want to just sit down and do nothing anymore. Every day is a challenge to see how many steps I can get.

  2. Christina Dennis

    Right out the package I was impressed by the look and size. I have small kids so cautious about wearing jewelry. So far I’m enjoying having the watch. There are so many features I don’t think I can touch on everything without writing a book lol. Everything seems accurate. On the days I eat healthy my blood pressure was better than days I ate bad. I just a baby so I’m familiar with what my blood pressure sits at. It definitely recorded my sleep accurately on the watch and the app. I receive alerts for my text messages and phone calls. I’m enjoying that feature cause I have a 4 month old and keep my phone on vibrate so it doesn’t scare her. I miss a lot of messages and phone calls because of this. Not anymore! Set up was easy. Charging was quick. Monitors my BPM accurately. I feel motivated to walk more to meet my recommended daily goal. For the price and what I need it for I’m very pleased!FYI to run the tests from the phone so that it’ll save the data you have to go to the “more” tab and you can individually run the test! To take pictures go to the settings tab. Set up timers. I set an automatic 1hr time so I can potty train my middle child. This is so cool!!To run the ECG you have to wear the watch on the left wrist and put a finger from your right hand on the sensor located on the face of the watch. I seen some reviews saying it wouldn’t pick up a lead. I had an issue as well but it’s cause I didn’t read the directions first.

  3. Moodicus Maximus

    So I genuinely enjoy this watch, especially because of the value (price vs. functionality). It reads heart rate well, calculates stress and my ‘sleep score’s (a fun feature that my gf and I compare each morning). I don’t believe the calories burned are accurate but that’s not based on anything empirical, just my perception.I will tell you that I originally had huge issues with finding Alexa and that is why I’m posting this review as I expect many of you have shared this experience. I returned my original order because I couldn’t find the Alexa feature and why it wasn’t a deal breaker, I sincerely am never okay being misled and it stated on the product page and box that this watch had the Alexa feature. I complained and then got a replacement that did the same thing – no alexa. Here’s the trick: Go-to your Zepp app, next go-to Profile and finally got Add Account. Then add alexa account. To test it after it updates your interface, swipe right on your watch face until you see Alexa. It has no wake word, you have to swipe. It functions at a basic level but is connected to your other devices. Hope this helps anyone having the same issue.In conclusion: absolutely great watch for it’s $35 price. It doesn’t impact my phone battery despite being connected the whole day and it last for about a week without needing a charge. I can’t make the 10-15 days advertised with all the features I have activated but it charges within an hour. Oh and the watch face options are awesome – you can go minimalist or get all the data. Currently I have my own custom background which is super cool. Anyway, I do recommend this. Let me know if you have any questions and I’ll provide honest feedback.

  4. HPPTT

    I have to write this review because I was misled by a lot of negative reviews and waited for long time. I almost decided to buy the Fitbit verse 3, but wanted to give this band a try first.I have owned two Samsung smartwatches, one Fitbit, and a new Apple watch 6 for wife, but I am looking for a simple, light, long battery life particularly with Alexa control function smart device. I finally made decision to try it. It took less than 5 minutes to setup EVERYTHING. The screen is beautiful, super crisp text. The Alexa function works perfectly even without the ability of speaker. I can read text message, and get phone call notification. It has a lot of basic health fitness tracker features that are very useful. I would give it 5+ stars.Now, why I disagree with some of the negative reviews which is misleading.** Simply the most important: set the right/realistic expectation for a $35 smart device that can do Alexa control1. Not accurate: come on… is the xx steps difference really that important for you which will destroy your whole health tracking plan? If yes, go spend $400 to get an Apple watch. what’s important is the trending: did you exercise consistently, do you have a surge or drop in the heart rate suddenly.2. Buggy software: I set it up and forget about it. I am not really sure what buggy is about. Are you doing a stress testing for a $35 device?3. if you are pulling out each feature and compare with a dedicated device or apple watch or Samsung watch, why don’t you buy all those devices to make sure you are happy with everything?Last comment/warning: the screen is small, the text may be too small for some users. For me, it is really trivial comparing with what I am expecting from this smart Alexa band.Thanks.

  5. East of the Pacific

    First, this review is for the Amazfit Band 5 watch. For reasons that I do not understand, Amazon has decided to mix reviews for the Band 5 with those of two other Amazfit watches (T-Rex and Stratos). Those are very, very, very different watches, with different functionality and different software.I have had the watch for 40 days and have tried to use as many functions as possible to see what works and what does not..The Band 5 is intimately tied to the Zepp app. I have been using the Zepp app on both an Android phone and an iOS iPad. The apps have some minor differences on the two platforms, but are very similar. I have also had no problem connecting the watch to either my phone or my iPad, depending upon what I am using at the moment.The watch claims to have a battery life of “up to” 15 days. For me, it is barely getting 7 days. I assume if you turn off most of the measurements, like heart rate and sleep monitoring, as well as set the screen to be on for a minimum amount of time, you could squeeze 15 days out of it, but not in any realistic usage scenario.The watch does have the ability to switch watchfaces. Two watchfaces are built-in and can’t be deleted. You can add up to three other watchfaces. You can find watchfaces on the Zepp app and then easily install them. If you try to install a sixth watchface, you will be told you need to delete one of the watchfaces you downloaded. The two built-in watchfaces do have the ability to change up to two elements (complications). For example, you can change one element to show heart rate or steps taken or weather information or SpO2 value. There are probably some other choices also. But an issue from my perspective is that while you choose the watchface in the Zepp app, if you want to change an element, you need to do that on the watch itself. It really would be nice to be able to do that in the app.There is also an Amazfit watchface community. Using an app like AmazfitWatchFaces (available on both Android and iOS), you can find watchfaces developed by community members and download them to your watch. However, a big drawback is that while you can download those customized watchfaces to your Band 5, on the watch itself, if you want to select a new watchface, the official Zepp watchfaces create a small icon, but the AmazfitWatchfaces selections do not. That means you need to upload them directly from that app. In an ideal world, you would be able to download the watchfaces you like into the Zepp app. The Zepp app has around 100 watchfaces, while the AmazfitWatchFaces app has around 1,300 for the Band 5 (as I write this). You can see the available watchfaces at amazfitwatchfaces.com. Be sure to filter for the Band 5 watchfaces. (Note that the same watchfaces are used for both the Mi Band 5 and that Amazfit Band 5.)What I would like to do is to be able to design my own watchface, but I have not figured out how to do that yet.Overall, I have found the watch very comfortable to wear throughout the day, as well as while sleeping. It seems to be reasonably accurate when it comes to measuring steps, heart rate and SpO2. While the watch is supposed to be able to withstand water, I have not tried wearing it in the shower.Annoyances include the following:- I wish the font on the watch could be made bigger. It is hard to read notifications, as well as some menu items.- The menu structure on the watch is very challenging. For example, if you want to change the watchface directly on the watch itself, you need to go to “More” and then find “Band Display.” The font size is very tiny at this point. It would really be nice to be able to put that in a much more usable location.- The brightness adjustment is also buried in the “More” menu, under “Settings.” That should be in the app. In addition, while there are 5 brightness levels, if you want to use Night mode, it goes to Level 2, for Day mode, Level 4. How about letting me pick the levels I want to assign to day and night mode?- The band is comfortable, but I would much prefer a different style. In particular, I would like to see a quick release band. Getting the pin on the band into the right hole is much harder than it should be.- The temperature seems to keep going back to Celsius, even through I set it, and reset it, to Farenheit.- Finally, the Zepp app is constructed very illogically, for me anyway. Trying to find functions that I have used before is a real chore. The UI on this app needs a LOT of work.Overall, I am pleased with the watch. The battery life, even though not even half of what is advertised, it adequate. Recharging is fast. The watch is comfortable. And it tracks my activities fairly well. As a bonus, if you go outside the Zepp app’s selection, there are lots of watchfaces available.

  6. johnnyvee

    After trying several health watches–discovered this one that does it all. Stop looking. Besides tracking steps, calorie count, different sport modes and distance–via the app you can get a great summary of data to determine your overall fitness level. For example, I’m averaging burning 368 calories per day via a thirty minute treadmill walk and twenty minute stationary bike ride. Since I’m retired, not doing as much walking as I used to–so in total, doing about 6300 steps per day. After calibrating the BP readings through my home blood pressure cuff, I’ve set the app to monitor my BP every five minutes 24/7. On top of that, I also set it to monitor my Os2 readings during the night while sleeping. Since I have sleep apnea and using a CPAP, I thought this could check to make sure it was working. Then, I check my ECG once per week and then get a total HRV report. All of this I can email my self then print to take to my doctor. One thing this report pointed out, is that I have sinus bradycardia (low BPM resting rate below 50 BPM.) Since I’m on blood pressure meds, I’ll alert my doctor ( who might adjust them). Also wondering if this could affect my sleep. After having a severe pancreatitis bout two years ago (and almost dying several times), this tool helps me check how far I’ve come in my rehab since then. Back to where I was before hospital stay and even better!

  7. Tim Roberts

    Bought on for my wife and one for myself. Mine would not fit around my wrist. Not too sure how accurate some of the readings are, but for the price my wife likes that it gives message and call alerts among other things.I am changing my review to 5 stars. I was contacted by the seller, I think the same day I wrote this review. They were very apologetic and informed me they were sending another fitness tracker with a longer band. I received it a day earlier than they said it would be here. I am very happy with the way they handled the situation, and was not expecting it. My wife likes hers more every day and says the accuracy seems to be closer the more she wears it. Can’t wait to see how this one works for me!! I appreciate their quick response and would buy from them again!!

  8. Mr Royal

    I decided to upgrade from my XIAOMI MI BAND 4 to this XIAOMI MI BAND 6. I just received it today so my long term review will come in a few weeks. It was very easy to pair it to my Samsung Galaxy smartphone and setup was easy as well. Everything is working perfectly so far. All my SMS text messages and notifications are coming through instantly. I am fully charging right now as I write this review. I hope the battery life is as impressive as my MI BAND 4 was. Also the display is beautiful with rich colors as well. I know you will be very happy with it if you decide to purchase one.

  9. Mr Royal

    I decided to upgrade from my XIAOMI MI BAND 4 to this XIAOMI MI BAND 6. I just received it today so my long term review will come in a few weeks. It was very easy to pair it to my Samsung Galaxy smartphone and setup was easy as well. Everything is working perfectly so far. All my SMS text messages and notifications are coming through instantly. I am fully charging right now as I write this review. I hope the battery life is as impressive as my MI BAND 4 was. Also the display is beautiful with rich colors as well. I know you will be very happy with it if you decide to purchase one.

  10. SEA

    I was happy with my Band 5 but the larger screen drew me to the Band 6 and I am so happy I switched. It may seem marginally bigger but with my 67 year old eyes and focusing on small print, this is a welcome change!

  11. SEA

    I was happy with my Band 5 but the larger screen drew me to the Band 6 and I am so happy I switched. It may seem marginally bigger but with my 67 year old eyes and focusing on small print, this is a welcome change!

  12. Bauervision

    It’s one of the cheapest trackers out there and is a good entry point to determine if this is an area you’d like to invest in.I’m not sure how accurate, honestly any of the measurements are, but its not like I personally need to know. It gives me a somewhat reasonable picture of metrics and for now I’m ok with believing what it says. I think the step counter is the least reliable as I am a programmer and at the end of the day it says I took 7k steps, close to someone who had an active walking job–which gives me doubt in its reliability.I like the sedentary reminder, sleep analysis, and HR monitor. The number of workouts is nice too, specifically Hiit training. My biggest complaint is probably the battery life. Every 2 days to charge might not seem bad, but it’s getting to where it seems like its daily.Overall it’s a good value for the money. Get it, see if it brings you some valuable insight into your daily physical activity and if this is something you can enjoy, and then upgrade later.

  13. Josh

    The best watch available for $50. I’m not one that wants to be talking through my watch so this is the perfect compliment to my phone. Allows you to count your steps, check the weather shows you a 5-day forecast and the humidity, tracks you’re sleeping habits and REM sleep, calculates your blood oxygen saturation levels and your heart rate as well as also doing a stress testI had the knee band 5 and it broke because I had a bad strap third party accessory. I was happy to pay the extra $20 for the six as it is as a whole just a better model worth that difference. I can honestly think these watches for helping me get in shape and give me a weekly index value showing how active or inactive I am as well as my sleep quality.And then the fact that you can read texts and notifications on the watch as well as answer the phone or take pictures from your phone or switch the track on the music on the phone… Are nicely added elements.I do love that the settings allow you to change the brightness to change the lock mode to change the faces to turn on DND and other functions like updating the software.It’s extremely easy to learn and use and easily gets five stars. I’m not mad I broke my five and had to spend 50 bucks to get a new six as it is by far a superior product.

  14. Josh

    The best watch available for $50. I’m not one that wants to be talking through my watch so this is the perfect compliment to my phone. Allows you to count your steps, check the weather shows you a 5-day forecast and the humidity, tracks you’re sleeping habits and REM sleep, calculates your blood oxygen saturation levels and your heart rate as well as also doing a stress testI had the knee band 5 and it broke because I had a bad strap third party accessory. I was happy to pay the extra $20 for the six as it is as a whole just a better model worth that difference. I can honestly think these watches for helping me get in shape and give me a weekly index value showing how active or inactive I am as well as my sleep quality.And then the fact that you can read texts and notifications on the watch as well as answer the phone or take pictures from your phone or switch the track on the music on the phone… Are nicely added elements.I do love that the settings allow you to change the brightness to change the lock mode to change the faces to turn on DND and other functions like updating the software.It’s extremely easy to learn and use and easily gets five stars. I’m not mad I broke my five and had to spend 50 bucks to get a new six as it is by far a superior product.

  15. Lisa M. McLeod

    I only wanted something to track my steps. This does basically everything a fitbit can do, just doesn’t cost you $$$ like fitbit. Step count seems to be very accurate, Heartbeat tracker seems to work well, the sleep monitor works good. The battery life is really good, I can go days without recharging it. The app you download onto your smart phone is easy to navigate. Takes a tiny bit of playing around with to figure out everything it can do, but it’s still rather simple to get around in. What can I say it does what it says it does.

  16. C. ROMER

    The band is well designed and readable in sunlight (at higher brightness settings). Lots of features and customization options, it’s comfortable to wear all day, and don’t need to worry about water for most activities.The band interface is clean, even if there are a few menu options that scroll needlessly, making it difficult to see what the setting was. Overall it’s quick to navigate.I have to drop a star for the app (could very easily have been 2 stars). Xiamoi Wear is frustrating to use (where are the KG to LB units change…it seems to have been removed). You’ll end up using Mi Fit (Huami/Zepp), or another compatible app. Unfortunately, that means yet another account and another questionable company thieving your information. *sigh*I really dig the sleep tracking functions, as well as the way pace/BPM is tracked over time. Seems to pair really well with my Moto G9 Power for GPS. It has been useful for both indoor and outdoor fitness tracking. One note, the app does not do live tracking, which would be very useful for indoor activities (or outdoor endurance activities where you can have your phone mounted like with cycling).Recommended, with the app caveat.

  17. C. ROMER

    The band is well designed and readable in sunlight (at higher brightness settings). Lots of features and customization options, it’s comfortable to wear all day, and don’t need to worry about water for most activities.The band interface is clean, even if there are a few menu options that scroll needlessly, making it difficult to see what the setting was. Overall it’s quick to navigate.I have to drop a star for the app (could very easily have been 2 stars). Xiamoi Wear is frustrating to use (where are the KG to LB units change…it seems to have been removed). You’ll end up using Mi Fit (Huami/Zepp), or another compatible app. Unfortunately, that means yet another account and another questionable company thieving your information. *sigh*I really dig the sleep tracking functions, as well as the way pace/BPM is tracked over time. Seems to pair really well with my Moto G9 Power for GPS. It has been useful for both indoor and outdoor fitness tracking. One note, the app does not do live tracking, which would be very useful for indoor activities (or outdoor endurance activities where you can have your phone mounted like with cycling).Recommended, with the app caveat.

  18. Lynn Wang

    I bought a new smartwatch and have used it for 3 days. It is a great experience and would like to share it.I used to have Fitbit for a long time but the wristband was broken and it was really inconvenient without it.Applewatch is one option but it is too expensive. I searched the smartwatch and found this one shown as the picture. To my surprise, It has a bigger and bright screen and can be touched easily. Comparing with the Fitbit, it has everything Fitbit has. But it has more functions like sports options and test temperature and blood oxygen. To me, the most favorite part is reminding me to drink water. I sit in front of the screen for a long time and always forgot to drink water. Now I can drink enough water per day. I also like the feeling of touching the screen and the wristband. And the last is the amazing price, I can’t believe it. I plan to buy three more as gifts for my family and we can use this handy watch to make our life more healthy and happy.

  19. Ernie Beckley

    I had an Amazfit Band 5, which is essentially the same as the Mi Band 5.I decided to upgrade to the Mi Band 6 because of the bigger screen. BTW, I use iOS.Everything was fine until the latest firmware update (1.0.4.38). Now the watch will no longer communicate with third-party apps such as Amaztools.This means no more third-party watch faces, which if you’re like me, is one of the reasons you bought this device in the first place.Also, the watch keeps telling me to update to the latest version of the app, which I’ve done. Go figure.Fortunately for me, the watch is still within the return window, so it’s going back. If the manufacturer ever fixes this firmware issue (assuming they think it truly is an issue), I may consider re-purchasing.For now, no stars and no recommendation. Stay away from this watch.UPDATE: Battery life is about 7-8 days…nowhere near the two weeks advertised.

  20. Ernie Beckley

    I had an Amazfit Band 5, which is essentially the same as the Mi Band 5.I decided to upgrade to the Mi Band 6 because of the bigger screen. BTW, I use iOS.Everything was fine until the latest firmware update (1.0.4.38). Now the watch will no longer communicate with third-party apps such as Amaztools.This means no more third-party watch faces, which if you’re like me, is one of the reasons you bought this device in the first place.Also, the watch keeps telling me to update to the latest version of the app, which I’ve done. Go figure.Fortunately for me, the watch is still within the return window, so it’s going back. If the manufacturer ever fixes this firmware issue (assuming they think it truly is an issue), I may consider re-purchasing.For now, no stars and no recommendation. Stay away from this watch.UPDATE: Battery life is about 7-8 days…nowhere near the two weeks advertised.

  21. Pete V

    Extremely inaccurate. Sleep monitoring, Heart Rate Monitor, and Blood Oxygen Saturation are useless. Sleep does not record anything accurately. On several nights, I woke up multiple times, but the watch failed to record it. Three of the nights I even got out of bed and walked to the bathroom or to the kitchen for a glass of water, yet the Mi Smart Band 6 failed to record any wakeups and still counted this as uninterrupted sleep! Additionally, it does not accurately record when you fall asleep. If you read or watch a movie in bed, the band records it as light sleep.I mainly bought this for a heart rate monitor for my Crossfit workouts. This band fails miserably for even normal cardio exercises, much less intense workouts. When using a treadmill, rower, or bike the Mi Smart Band 6 consistently recorded 80 to 100 BPM LOWER than my actual heart rate. I was able to measure and compare my actual HR using several of the heart rate monitors in the gym (they were recently professionally calibrated by their mfr).I really wanted to like the Mi Smart Band 6, but unfortunately, it is a complete waste of money and had to be returned.

  22. Pete V

    Extremely inaccurate. Sleep monitoring, Heart Rate Monitor, and Blood Oxygen Saturation are useless. Sleep does not record anything accurately. On several nights, I woke up multiple times, but the watch failed to record it. Three of the nights I even got out of bed and walked to the bathroom or to the kitchen for a glass of water, yet the Mi Smart Band 6 failed to record any wakeups and still counted this as uninterrupted sleep! Additionally, it does not accurately record when you fall asleep. If you read or watch a movie in bed, the band records it as light sleep.I mainly bought this for a heart rate monitor for my Crossfit workouts. This band fails miserably for even normal cardio exercises, much less intense workouts. When using a treadmill, rower, or bike the Mi Smart Band 6 consistently recorded 80 to 100 BPM LOWER than my actual heart rate. I was able to measure and compare my actual HR using several of the heart rate monitors in the gym (they were recently professionally calibrated by their mfr).I really wanted to like the Mi Smart Band 6, but unfortunately, it is a complete waste of money and had to be returned.

  23. Samuel

    After used 7 days, I can say this device is extremely easy to use and not expensive as it shouldn’t be. Just power on and I can find the device in the app and a single click then it worked. I haven’t charged since I got it and now it still shows I have about 80% of power huge advantage as I hate to charge all the time for my watch. I just want something simple and easy to go and not too expensive so I wouldn’t worry if I broke it in my work. Plus this IP68, it looks dedicated but actually pretty rugged next got problem from washing hands or shower. I am not a super fan of extreme exercise so walking running and bicycle got everything I need but here are more mode. Definitely recommended.

  24. mamabear

    Superb smart watch for the price. I was looking for something economical but at the same time having the relevant features I needed. I’m so glad I came across this watch. It holds up the charge really well, I have been wearing it non stop for past 3 days without having to charge it once. It was super easy to setup and navigation in the device is super simple too. I had to download the Runmifit app on my iPhone and it sync’d right away. I agree with other users, the Health features like blood pressure, heart rate and blood oxygen level are awesome. It prompts me to drink water and keep moving if I sit down too long. I use it to track my exercise routine. I’m very happy with this purchase.

  25. Joe C

    I own a Xiaomi Mi band 1for few years. It is time for me to upgraded to MI band 6. It has all the health features that I want. The price is right.

  26. Alex Y. Yoon

    In my opinion, Xiaomi mi band 6 is one of the best budget fitness trackers around.the app is just awesome and very versatile. Screen is bright enough to use under sunlight and it has all the main features that you need for a fitness tracker. However, to me, there is one drawback. That is the long and thin screen. It is much better and bigger than previous xiaomi mi bands, but still it is awfully tough to read the text because the letters are just too small for me. But for a young people who does not have trouble with small letters, it should be a great fitness tracker.

  27. Aji r.

    All function works fine. Its light weight and comfortable while working. So many watch themes u can download in google play for free, and they are amazing.

  28. Michael B.

    Haven’t worn a watch in decades so didn’t want to spend $$$ on smart watch or more expensive sport band. This band works great, syncs with Google Fit and has a great battery life. Definitely worth the price.

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