This watch is really pretty amazing.
At this price it is an amazing watch.
A great smart watch.
Just a great watch .
I found tips to add watch faces and I am very happy with the variety.
Bought one for my wife after I had one for 3 weeks, the price is incredible compared to Apple Watch
The pros:-Lightweight-Competitive pricing-Fantastic battery life-Measurements (gps, altitude, etc. )
Pulse rate is right on, It has stood to an accidental hand washing GPS works with google maps a nice selection of watch faces.
The only drawbacks are the buggy apps, laggy GPS acquisition, and the super fragile screen.
Heart rate monitor is always on, and I go on very long runs with it, with reasonable GPS accuracy.
You can view who calling or texts, tracks sleeping, heart rate and built in gps.
Complete touch screen.
-You can't set alarms from the watchAside from the screen scratching those cons are things I REALLY reach for and tried to think of EVERYTHING that wasn't perfect.
seem to be relatively accurate-Always on screen (also very easy to read in bright daylight)Cons:-Screen resolution could be better-Material quality shows wear easily-No music controls (I think it would only take a firmware update to add this)I believe this is definitely worth the $80 price tag, if not more.
-You can turn alarms on and off from the watchCons:-Screen scratches VERY easily.
Screen too tiny but ok
Works great for the price.
Can't beat it for the price, and the battery life is great.
This watch does all the things I need and at a really great price
I really like this watch - especially for this price.
The battery life is amazing.
The battery life is incredible.
Battery life is fantastic!
Always on display, great battery life, and never miss a call or text alert.
First thing i did was turn on heart rate sensing, phone call and txt notifications, app notifications, and select the traditional digital watch looking face.
I couldn’t figure out how to sync the heart rate monitor to my Google Fit app.
Heart rate monitor.
Only the heart rate instructions weren’t workingWhile it’s nice to have texts and incoming call alerts, the print on the texts is tiny.
Have had for five weeks, and unfortunately the band latch broke.
I charged this 3 WEEKS AGO!!!
I love the GPS that tracks my pace and that I only have to charge it every few weeks.
Weeks and weeks of battery life.
I'll try to remember to update in a few weeks!
The battery has drained about 25% in 3 weeks, which is absolutely amazing for any type of smart watch, and it's done all the things I needed from it.
This watch is great, it has many options and settings that allow you to customize it for you, and the battery life is great.
It is a great watch all the features that the big watches have and more .
The watch is simple as far as features go.
This device will not make phone calls on it's own and doesn't have any apps built into it, but are those features really necessary on a watch?Think of this as an in between of those classic cheap Casio watches and a smart watch, it's simple, gets the job done, doesn't look too premium, but is incredibly thin, lightweight, easy to use, and reasonably priced.
My favorite features are the txt notifications followed by the sleep tracking.
This is great for anyone looking for a watch with all the features of an expensive smart watch without spending too much!
It does lack certain features that most smart watches have, but it does well for tracking steps.
This is a perfect watch for someone who's looking for basic functionalities of a smart watch.
Not a "smart watch", but has lots of useful functions in it.
I didn't want my watch to replace my phone, so this is perfect.
For example, I used the call phone feature to make my phone ring to find it, it called my Bluetooth speaker and made it ring at full volume.
Dislike: Can't store favorite watch faces in watch or phone memory.
It re-connects with the app every time I ask it to and it seamlessly re-connects with my phone when I've left my phone too far way and finally get back into range.
I don't really understand the purpose of telling a fitness tracker that I am going to get on treadmill.
It only offers four activities to track: outdoor running, treadmill, cycling and running.
It tracked this time, but numbers did not match with treadmill, I mean they were off by around half a mile in a two mile run.
On first day, after running on treadmill it didn't count even single step.
I also didn’t want to spend hundreds of dollars like most smart watches on the market.
You cannot reply to the messages from your watch but that is a non-issue for me.
Cannot get mine to paried up.
The heart rate monitor appears to be pretty accurate but it takes about 10 minutes or so into a workout to catch up with the reading on, say, the elliptical machine, so early readings and related calorie burn info are not correct.
Light weight, and gives me the info I want as a long distance runner.
It's great for fitness and sleep tracking.
Only drawback I see is the sleep tracking is not as accurate as it could be.
Meanwhile the elliptical machine says I burned 365 calories just in the 25 minutes of exercise.
The customer service:Two days after I started using my Amazfit Bip I noticed a few large scratches on the glass (pictured).
Their customer service ultimately bumped my review from 4 to 5 stars since they made a quick and painless process for something that wasn’t even their fault.
Customer service is responsive but not helpful.
After factory reset it never connected agian.
Before that it was not working properly than factory reset killed it.