Fitbit Ionic

Fitbit Ionic
alaScore 99

125 recensioni

11/2017

alaTest ha raccolto ed analizzato 125 recensioni su Fitbit Ionic. La media della valutazione per questo prodotto è 4.2/5, confrontata con la media della valutazione di 4.3/5 per altri prodotti.

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Recensione esperto da: James Peckham (techradar.com)

Fitbit Ionic review

 

A good try, but not quite iconic

Fitbit Pay works well ; Great fitness features ; Solid battery life

Controversial design ; Little bit slow ; Limited music offering

The first ever smartwatch from Fitbit is a fitness watch at its heart. If you’re looking for some wristwear to use while exercising the Fitbit Ionic may suit you, just don’t expect a similar experience to other smartwatches out there.

10/2017

Recensione esperto da: Richard Easton (trustedreviews.com)

Fitbit Ionic

 

Fitbit Ionic review: Fitbit's first smartwatch has a 4-day battery life and solid exercise tracking, but its smartwatch functionality is lacking.

Lightweight and comfortable ; Solid exercise tracking including swimming ; Typical Fitbit activity and sleep tracking ; Gorgeous screen ; Impressive battery life

Shortage of apps ; Occasionally slow OS ; Passive notifications ; Tedious music transfer ; Quick release strap quality control

If the Fitbit Ionic has one saving grace, it’s the battery life. Fitbit rates it at 4+ days and this was about right in the two weeks I’ve been wearing one. Depending on your use you can get closer to five days if you’re not tracking any workouts. GPS...

10/2017

Recensione esperto da: (engadget.com)

Fitbit Ionic review: Good fitness tracker, passable smartwatch

 

The Fitbit Ionic is the company's first real smartwatch, but it feels rushed, like a placeholder to secure a spot on your wrist while you wait for marquee features to roll out. Fitbit continues to excel at keeping tabs on your fitness, and the Ionic is...

Bright display ; Long battery life ; Comprehensive fitness features ; Swim tracking ; Contactless payments work well

Finicky, incomplete software ; Cannot reply to notifications ; Limited selection of third-party apps

As it stands, the Ionic is a capable fitness tracker with some passable smartwatch features. It's clear that Fitbit will continue to improve its software, but the magic it needs for the Ionic to seriously contend real smartwatches is faith. Faith from...

10/2017

Recensione esperto da: Ashleigh Macro and Simon Jary (techadvisor.co.uk)

Fitbit Ionic review

 

Available to pre-order now, the Fitbit Ionic has GPS, a four-day battery life, on-board workouts & third party apps.

We’re really pleased to see a smartwatch made by Fitbit.

10/2017

Recensione esperto da: (stuff.tv)

Fitbit Ionic review

 

A powerful fitness tracker surrounded by smartwatch scaffolding

Bold design ; Excellent sleep tracking ; GPS and heart-rate tracking work well ; Strong battery life

Virtually no third party apps yet ; Fitbit Coach not available till later in 2017 ; Fitbit Pay not ready in the UK yet ; Expensive for what it can currently do

Fitbit’s best all-round fitness tracker, just don’t call it a smartwatch yet

10/2017

Recensione esperto da: Scott Stein (cnet.com)

Fitbit Ionic review

 

Imagine there was a version of the Apple Watch that could go for four or five days between charges and work with Android phones as well as iPhones. The catch is that this superlative waterproof fitness tracker -- with sleep tracking! -- would come with...

The Fitbit Ionic offers a comfortable design, with 50-meter water resistance for swimming, GPS and mobile payments. You only need to recharge it once or twice a week.

While the Ionic supports future apps and watch faces, few are available yet. Included apps feel slow and don’t launch from the watch face. There's not much on-watch coaching and music storage and playback is often more trouble than it’s worth.

The Fitbit Ionic has all the features we’ve been wanting in a Fitbit for years, but it ultimately feels less than the sum of its parts.

10/2017

Recensione esperto da: Scott Stein (cnet.co.uk)

Fitbit Ionic review

 

Imagine there was a version of the Apple Watch that could go for four or five days between charges and work with Android phones as well as iPhones. The catch is that this superlative waterproof fitness tracker -- with sleep tracking! -- would come with...

The Fitbit Ionic offers a comfortable design, with 50-meter water resistance for swimming, GPS and mobile payments. You only need to recharge it once or twice a week.

While the Ionic supports future apps and watch faces, few are available yet. Included apps feel slow and don’t launch from the watch face. There's not much on-watch coaching and music storage and playback is often more trouble than it’s worth.

The Fitbit Ionic has all the features we’ve been wanting in a Fitbit for years, but it ultimately feels less than the sum of its parts.

10/2017

Recensione esperto da: (zdnet.com)

Fitbit Ionic: Excellent activity tracker, but it's not a very smart watch

 

Fitbit's latest GPS sport watch may be the most capable Fitbit ever, but a month of testing reveals some areas for improvement. Matt Miller offers tips for new and prospective Ionic owners.

10/2017

DT Recommended Product

Recensione esperto da: Rick Stella (digitaltrends.com)

Fitbit Ionic review

 

Incredible activity tracking, a days-long battery, and stylish, comfortable fit makes the Fitbit Ionic a fitness fan favorite.

Incredible battery life ; Automatic workout tracking is a nice addition ; Waterproof up to 50 meters ; Great interchangeable bands ; Stores up to 300 songs

App offerings leave a bit to be desired ; Lacks the ability to respond to text messages/emails ; Not as full-featured as other smartwatches on the market

As it enters the smartwatch market for the first time, Fitbit’s Ionic is an impressive debut. Despite it lacking the ability to respond to text messages and emails or a comprehensive app store, the fact that it’s a first-generation smartwatch for...

10/2017

Recensione esperto da: Lauren Goode (theverge.com)

Fitbit Ionic review: not iconic, but still pretty good

 

It's finally here

Long battery life ; Third-party apps ; Built-in GPS ; Intuitive UI

Inelegant hardware ; Ships with uncomfortable strap ; No notification interaction ; Limited smartwatch functions

That battery life, though.

10/2017