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Fitbit Surge心拍数モニター付サージフィットネスウォッチ腕時計 L 並行輸入品
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- GPSトラッキング- 距離、ペース、登った高度、ルートおよびスプリットタイムの確認が可能
Fitbit Surge GPSウォッチと心拍計でよりスマートにトレーニングを。エクササイズに特化したこの腕時計は内蔵のGPSによるトラッキング機能を備えており、移動距離、ペース、登った高度の変化、ランニングルートやスプリットタイムの確認ができます。PurePulse心拍計は手首からの心拍を継続的に記録し、シンプルな心拍ゾーン表示により有酸素持久力の向上をサポートします。さらにすべての記録はワイヤレスでスマートフォンと同期し、より詳細な分析を行うことが可能です。ランニング、サイクリング、クロストレーニング、有酸素運動などを記録し、個別の統計、強度レベル、カロリー消費量などの詳細なワークアウトサマリーを提供します。内蔵の睡眠モニターは睡眠時間と質を表示し、サイレントアラームによってあなたを優しく起こしてくれるので、睡眠の改善に役立ちます。忙しい日中は通話やテキストの通知を表示し、移動中にモバイル機器のプレイリストをコントロールすることも可能です。
製造時の痕跡かと思われましたが、使用に支障が出るためWorks Of Mart様へ返品しました。
Works Of Mart様から中古品が出品されており、「未使用」と書かれていますが、
So far, things have been overall great!
It is a bit more bulky than my beloved watch, so it does catch on long sleeves. It is a little annoying to try and view it when I am wearing a jacket, but it is a small annoyance that I can live with. I don't find it bothersome to wear while I am sitting at my computer (which I did have a problem with when I wore my watch). I bought a size small, which fits well, but I probably could have gotten away with a large (despite the fact that I have tiny wrists and it is a fraction of an inch smaller than the recommended size for large).
It is by no-means femenine, but as far as fitness watches go, it is generally unisex. I also don't have the gap that I usually have with fitness devices where my wrist curves but my watch face doesn't, so I end up with gaps under the top and bottom of the face, so that is a definite plus (there is a small gap, but not annoyingly bad).
As a watch, it is one of the best executions of a watch on a fitness device that I have seen. I would love to see the screen have the option to default back to the time screen. It currently stays on whichever screen you last viewed, so sometimes that is frustrating, but nothing insurmountable.
The backlight is spot on. The sensitivity seems to be perfect so I have yet to look at my watch and not see what it is trying to tell me.
Notifications are good, but it only does calls and texts. I am not sure I really need more notifications, personally. I get a lot of notifications through the day and would get annoyed if I got notifications for each facebook post or email.
Tracking seems to be fairly accurate. Heart rate has been within reason (ie, not really far from what my heart rate should me). Some people need to move the tracker higher up on their wrists, but I haven't had that issue yet. Of course, you can spoof steps if you are determined or animated, you can certainly spoof steps, but then again, I know that sometimes my steps aren't counted right, so I figure it all evens out at the end of the day.
Food tracking is decent, but there are better food trackers out there. Luckily, fitbit does work with other services to provide 2 way integration of food tracking (and other stats).
The exercise settings do allow a lot of options for how you would like to work out. Biking is not currently available, which doesn't bother me, but there are plenty of people out there who want it back. Of course, there is nothing keeping you from using another workout type to at least consolidate your statistics. The GPS is ok. I have noticed that GPS can be inaccurate when you are around a lot of buildings.
Music control works. Not much to see there.
Apps and web dashboard are great. There is a lot of information that is usually presented in an understandable way. There are a couple logs like heart rate that do not populate with your data, but you can see the information on the dashboard with a decent degree of granularity, so it isn't a huge deal. Presumably, this should be corrected by the time this device is officially released.
The battery is supposed to last up to 7 days. I haven't made it more than 4, but I recently changed settings like bluetooth for music (which I don't use) and made sure to turn off my alarms that I don't use and don't wake up to.
I would urge you not to purchase this until it is released unless you can find it from a retailer (ie Target, Best Buy, or REI) since people are selling them for more than twice their retail cost.
I definitely recommend it! Even at this point, I am very satisified with it!
UPDATE - The Surge is officially available today (1/6) - Check with retailers, but if you can't find it, it is definitely on the Fitbit site!
Also, I added pictured to the review to show the fit. My wrist is about 6.1 inches and this is a size small. The small is supposed to fit 5.5-6.7 inches. The large is supposed to fit 6.3-7.9 inches. I think I would have been able to get away with the large (there is at least an inch of strap holes left on mine), but happy with my decision on the small!
I have been using it every day along with the Fitbit app on my iPhone 6 and the Fitbit Dashboard on my Macbook Pro. Here are my observations:
❖ The app on my iPhone allows me to easily enter the type of food I am eating and the amount of calories, and calories from fat. The app is synched up with a HUGE database and allows you to scan a barcode on a package and it automatically shows you the pertinent nutritional information. I have used this feature on about 40 items so far, and about 70-80% of these items were in the database. The others I added manually, but then you can pull the up easily the next time you eat that food item. You can also type in the name of a restaurant and it will pull up items on their menu. It has worked on 100% of the these with 95% of the items listed.
❖ Setting my weight loss and gain goal is wonderful! It asks your current weight, your target weight and how long you want to take to get there (It shows you the date you should achieve your target weight in 3-4 categories ranging from Easy to Difficult). I have lost 5lbs in the last 6 days. I have been rather ambitious! Other goals can be set and tracked!
❖ It's a great motivator to get in shape. If you're the type of person that likes to track data and finds that seeing your progress helps you to get going, then this is a GREAT product. This tracker has greatly enhanced my motivation by allowing me to see my progress in multiple areas. The app and dashboard not only show you your workouts (so you can compare and see your progress), but they also allow your to track your calories in and calories out. You can also record your water intake. These elements have been literally life-changing for me.
❖ The dashboard gives you badges and motivational "splashes". Fitbit also will send you a weekly email showing your weekly stats and progress "at a glance". All very helpful and encouraging.
❖ The tracker itself is VERY comfortable. The sleep tracking has been helpful in showing how many times I am "restless" during the night.
❖ The tracker charges very quickly. I have docked it while taking a shower with half battery life and after my shower (10-15 mins) it looks fully charged. I have had no issues with better life whatsoever, and considering all that it does - the battery last longer then I would expect.
❖ The workout variety is great and it allows you to customize your workouts, so the tracking possibilities are endless. The dashboard gives you very detailed information on multiple areas including (for a walk): Elevation, Pace, Heart Rate, Heart Rate Zones, Calorie Burn and Impact on Your day. The GPS works flawlessly, and as long as I'm outside, does not take long at all to hook up (5-10 secs). I have used the Exercise area for: Running and Weight Lifting
❖ The face of the tracker is very nice, the displays are less then "dazzling", but I realize this is probably part of the reason for the long battery life. I don't mind not having the "glitzy" face of the MS product. This is much more effective from what I have read. The build of the device is strong and I expect it to last a long time. No issues with inadvertently swiping the face, it does so easily but not often accidentally. The back light works really well. I have left mine set to "auto" and it seems to come on just at the right time.
❖ The HR Monitor does drop during high intensity workouts. I usually start my workouts with cardio so if I am on an elliptical it works just fine. I literally can grab the HR monitor on the gym elliptical and watch my Surge and they almost always change simultaneously! I would say that 90% of the time they are matching perfectly or 1 beat off. That's pretty amazing! So, after my cardio I move quickly to weight training on "selecterized" equipment. This is where the HR tracking can go haywire. Because of the rapid arm movements, and possibly the level of sweat that is being generated - the tracker can go from 130 BPM to 98 BPM in a second. Now, I know that my HR is not doing that. I tried all the suggested fixes: sliding up my arm further, making sure it was loose enough, tight enough, etc. and nothing seemed to work. I even called fitbit. They recommended I try it on my other arm. I did, really no difference. In this area, it just seems like the technology has limits. They also have their limitations and if the area that reads becomes dry - it also will drop out or get irregular readings. I don't' think Fitbit is going to be able to change this inconsistency through firmware or software updates due to the "anatomical limits" of the technology. The good news is, if you take a min or two and reposition the device it can go back to an accurate reading and overall, your workout should be close to the correct amount of calories burned.
❖ The only other gripe I have is that the device can record "faulty" steps. Now, if I am out on a walk or "walking" it does just fine. BUT, I can sit (just did) and wave my arm around and steps will be recorded. I just logged 5 steps sitting and writing this review by waving my arm around. If you're a person that talks with your hands, this can problematic. The floors climbed is also cool and seems to be very accurate.
I give the Surge 4 stars. I really would like to see more consistent readings of the HR monitor during intense workouts and find a way to not have the device pick up "false" steps, but I realize that the technology is still young. The many pluses that come with the Surge (to me) outweigh the negatives, so I am happy overall with it.
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